College of the Savior
College of the Savior (Spanish: Colegio del Salvador, formerly Spanish: Jesus-Maria El Salvador Colegio de Zaragoza) is a private Catholic primary and secondary school located in Zaragoza, Aragon, Spain. The school was founded by the Society of Jesus in 1879. It includes primary through baccalaureate.
|College of the Savior|
Spanish: Colegio del Salvador
|Former name||Spanish: Jesus-Maria El Salvador Colegio de Zaragoza|
|Type||Private primary and secondary school|
|Director||Andrés García Inda|
|Grades||K-12; including baccalaureate|
Colegio del Salvador is a Jesuit school located in the Romareda neighborhood of Zaragoza. Construction began in 1877.
The school has two classrooms dedicated to students who suffer from a communication and relationship disorders, like autism.
In 2013 the school won the National Award for Education for Development "Vicente Ferrer" for its participation in Global Solidarity Week which focuses on global citizenship, solidarity, commitment to the eradication of poverty and its causes, and human and sustainable development.
Notable students and staffEdit
This article's list of alumni may not follow Wikipedia's verifiability policy. (June 2021)
- "Colegio Jesús María El Salvador, Zaragoza". www.colegiosdezaragoza.com. Retrieved 2016-12-31.
- DIGITAL, GRUPO ARAGÓN. "Aragón cuenta con cinco aulas para alumnos afectados por trastornos generalizados del desarrollo". www.aragondigital.es. Retrieved 2016-12-31.
- Rankovic, Ljuba. "La comunidad educativa del Colegio del Salvador, V Premio Nacional de Educación para el Desarrollo". ElMundoEmpresa. Retrieved 2016-12-31.