National School of Buenos Aires
The History of the National School of Buenos Aires can be traced back to 1654, when the Cabildo entrusted the education of adolescents to the Jesuits.
This highly prestigious school seeks to think, infer, understand and transmit. It is famous for being able to strike a reasonable balance between order and freedom, fostering the participation of the whole educational community.
Its success is endorsed by the graduates' performance in Universities and by the national and international distinctions students have been awarded throughout history: International Computer Studies Olympics of Byelorussia 1990, Iberoamerican Math Olympics of Valladolid 1990, Borges Poetry Award 1991, Grants of the Weizmann Scientific Institute 1991 and 1992, among others.
Approximately 2100 students attend the National School of Buenos Aires. Its syllabuses blend Humanities and Sciences. In the sixth year, students have access to specific subjects which are equivalent to contents of the CBC.
The school's structure intends to synthesize tradition and modernity.
263 Bolivar St. City of Buenos Aires (C1066AAE)
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