UANL High school system

The UANL High School System consists of 29 schools in Nuevo León affiliated with the Autonomous University of Nuevo León (Spanish: Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León, UANL) The high schools have several programs such as the propedeutic baccalaureate, bilingual program, bivalent program in bilingual education, binational program in bilingual education, technical program, and the University Superior Technician degree. Three schools offer technical education, and one school, CIDEB, offers the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme. Fifteen schools are in the metropolitan area of Monterrey.

Nivel Medio Superior, UANL
Location

 Mexico
District information
TypePublic High School
Established1933
PresidentAlejandro Galván Ramírez
Students and staff
ColorsBlue & Gold   

HistoryEdit

On May 31, 1933 with the rise of the UANL the Escuela de Bachilleres was established in the Colegio Civil. At that time the Colegio Civil was also used by a law school. Later in 1939, the Nocturn School for Workers (now Preparatoria 3) was founded.[1]

In 1955 the Escuela de Bachilleres was divided into three: Preparatoria 1 in the Colegio Civil, Preparatoria 2 in the neighborhood Mitras,[2] and Preparatoria 3 Nocturn School in the Colegio Civil. Also was renamed the Preparatoria 4 in Linares.[3]

The Escuela de Artes y Labores Pablo Livas was founded in 1921 by Anastasio A. Treviño Martínez. In 1933 it was incorporated to UANL. The Pablo Livas was a girls' school till 1974 when it became co-educational.

The Escuela Industrial Alvaro Obregón was founded in 1930 by Aarón Saénz Garza and was incorporated in 1933 in the UANL. The EIAO had the building in the center of Monterrey and offered mechanical and industrial courses.

Carlos Torres González, principal of Preparatoria 22 in Ciudad Guadalupe, died after being shot and least six times on July 14, 2017. It is unclear if this was a robbery attempt or a targeted murder.[4]

SchoolsEdit

Propedeutic BaccalaurateEdit

School Location Establishment Notes
Preparatoria 1 Apodaca May 31, 1933
Preparatoria 2 Monterrey December 12, 1955
Preparatoria 3 Monterrey Nocturn for Workers
Preparatoria 4 Linares
Preparatoria 5 Sabinas Hidalgo 1964[5]
Preparatoria 6 Montemorelos
Preparatoria 7 Las Puentes
San Nicolás de los Garza
September 6, 1966[6]
Oriente
San Nicolás de los Garza
1981
Preparatoria 8 Guadalupe 1967[7]
Preparatoria 9 Monterrey September 2, 1970[8]
Preparatoria 10 Doctor Arroyo
Preparatoria 11 Cerralvo
Preparatoria 12 Cadereyta Jiménez
Preparatoria 13 Allende
Preparatoria 14 General Terán
Preparatoria 15 Florida
Monterrey
Madero
Monterrey
Preparatoria 16 Escobedo September 17, 1974[9]
San Nicolás de los Garza
Preparatoria 17 Ciénega de Flores
Preparatoria 18 Hidalgo
Preparatoria 19 Villa de García
Preparatoria 20 Santiago
Preparatoria 21 China August 21, 1984[10]
Preparatoria 22 Guadalupe September 5, 1975[11]
Preparatoria 23 San Pedro Garza García
Santa Catarina, Nuevo León
Preparatoria 24 Anahuác
Preparatoria 25
Dr. Eduardo Aguirre Pequeño
Escobedo September 25, 2005[12]

Technical SchoolEdit

School Location Establishment Area
Preparatoria Técnica Médica Monterrey August 7, 1974[13] Medicine
Escuela Industrial Álvaro Obregón Unidad Churubusco
Monterrey
Technical School
Unidad Tres Caminos
Guadalupe
Technical School
Unidad Santo Domingo
San Nicolás de los Garza
Technical School
Unidad Linares
Linares
January, 2005[14] Technical School
Escuela Industrial Pablo Livas Unidad Centro
Monterrey
April 2, 1921[15] Technical School
Unidad Poniente
Escobedo
September 24, 1997 Technical School
Centro de Investigación y Desarrollo de Educación Bilingüe (CIDEB) Monterrey 2000 Bilingual School

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Reseña Histórica de la Fundación del Colegio Civil y La Preparatoria 3 (Nocturna para Trabajadores)
  2. ^ "Historia de la Preparatoria 2". Preparatoria 2, UANL. Retrieved November 6, 2010.
  3. ^ Vida Universitaria 189 pp 8
  4. ^ Asesinan a director de preparatoria de la UANL.
  5. ^ Vida Universitaria 151 pp. 34
  6. ^ Vida Universitaria 175 pp. 3
  7. ^ Vida Universitaria 158 pp. 18
  8. ^ Vida Universitaria 237 pp. 3
  9. ^ Vida Universitaria 140 pp. 27
  10. ^ Vida Universitaria 233 pp. 3
  11. ^ "Antecendentes Históricos". Preparatoria 22, UANL. Retrieved November 6, 2010.
  12. ^ Vida Universitaria 238 pp. 4
  13. ^ "Historia". Preparatoria Técnica Médica, UANL. Retrieved November 6, 2010.
  14. ^ Vida Universitaria 139 pp. 3
  15. ^ "Nuestra Historia". Preparatoria Pablo Livas, UANL. Retrieved November 6, 2010.