The Grange School, Santiago

The Grange School is a private school in La Reina, Santiago, Chile. It was founded June 4, 1928, by John A. S. Jackson, an Anglo-Chilean born in Valparaíso and educated at Cambridge University.

The Grange School
Avenida Príncipe de Gales 6154, La Reina Santiago

Coordinates33°26′15″S 70°34′02″W / 33.43750°S 70.56722°W / -33.43750; -70.56722Coordinates: 33°26′15″S 70°34′02″W / 33.43750°S 70.56722°W / -33.43750; -70.56722
TypePrivate School
MottoNunquam Non Paratus
PrincipalRachid Bennamar
Teaching staff250
Enrollment~2,200 [1]
Student to teacher ratio8.8:1

In 2006, the British newspaper The Guardian listed The Grange School as one of the best UK-curriculum international schools in the world.[2]

The Grange School is a member of The Independent Association of Prep Schools, The Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference, The Latin American Heads Conference, and The Association of British Schools in Chile.

Extracurricular ActivitiesEdit

The Grange School offers a total of 4 sports, 2 for girls and 2 for boys. Volleyball and field hockey are available to girls while boys can play rugby and football (soccer). Track and field competitions at the end of the year are available to both genders. During weekends, friendly matches are held against other schools belonging to The Association of British Schools in Chile. Teachers and students are split into 4 different 'colors' for school competitions.


  1. ^ Retrieved 9 August 2019. {{cite web}}: Missing or empty |title= (help)
  2. ^ A guide to schools abroad that offer a British curriculum, Education Guardian, December 12, 2006

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