Colegio Menor students participate in a variety of extracurricular activities, academic trips and community service promoting in them community spirit and life skills.
Community Service is very important work for our students and our staff. Every year we get involved in a variety of volunteer activities with neighboring communities.
Our work with senior citizens of Cumbayá and our connection with various foundations in the country has allowed us to continually involve our students in the kinds of activities which promote community service.
Colegio Menor students participate in over 20 extracurricular activities which include (but not limited to): sports, music, Model United Nations (MUN), community service, values program, healthy habits program, academic trips, student government, and substance use and abuse prevention program. Participation in extracurricular activities promotes community spirit and life skills in our students.
Every year Colegio Menor offers two international exchange programs (approximately a 12 day duration), in which the objective is to promote our participating students (grades 8, 9, and 10) to become acquainted with and more conscientious of various aspects of different cultures (language, music, food, personal habits, beliefs, values, etc.), expand their view of the world through exposure to new ideas and perspectives, become more independent by removing them from their comfort zones, and develop skills that cannot be learned in the classroom.
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