SECONDARY LEVEL


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The Secondary Level of Sanit Patrick's College offers an integral formation of the person with an outstanding academic level,
a strong articulation with the university level and an intensive teaching of the English language. We seek to educate in values,
train good people and stimulate the development of the maximum cognitive potential in a pleasant and warm climate.


Incorporated Private Middle School N° 8225 "Saint Patrick's"
N° 8225 "San Patricio"

High School with “Economy and Business Management” and “Natural Sciences” orientation.

Address: 2643 Salta Street, 2000
Phone: (0341) 4384273
Email: nivelsecundario@sanpatriciorosario.org
Email to send CV (only Secondary Level): cvsanpatricio@gmail.com

For more information or if you want a personal interview,
please contact by phone or email.
The Secondary Level of Sanit Patrick’s College offers an integral formation of the person with an outstanding academic level, a strong articulation with the university level and an intensive teaching of the English language. We seek educate in values, form good people and stimulate the development of the maximum cognitive potential in a pleasant and warm climate.

A little history:
Since 1902, the Saint Patrick's Catholic Association has remained faithful to its goal of propagating the Catholic faith and preserving the customs and traditions of Éire. With more than a century of history, it stands as an emblem of the Irish cultural heritage for the entire community of Rosario. Thus, it brings together both Irish descendants and those who identify with their history, providing spaces for development and containment. On March 17, 2015, it was declared "Distinguished Institution of the City of Rosario" by the City Council.
The Argentine-Irish community of Rosario, lover of freedom, of their land and of their adopted homeland, crystallized his dreams of spreading his values in the creation of a Catholic, bilingual and co-educational school. In 1969 it was founded. the Primary School, with seventy-five students, the separation of classrooms by screens and with the dirt playground. However, the precariousness of the building was more than made up for by other benefits that were seen by those who, with their choice, they allowed to materialize what until then was a dream. Similarly, in 1981 the Secondary Institute was launched, with forty students. Thus, the educational proposal became a reality.

Spiritual and emotional Education:
The San Juan Society carries out the pastoral task in our school (www.socsj.org). This one specializes in the young and in attracting to the Faith people who have drifted away. Two priests/missionaries attend the institution and participate in the coordination of the Religious Formation Department, celebrations, gatherings, confession, thematic talks and all activities related to the spiritual development of our students.
Together with spiritual development, emotional education is a fundamental axis of our institutional project. For this reason, students attend emotional education and soft skills workshops every year provided by specialized staff. We also have a transversal and interdisciplinary program of Education in Prevention, which includes comprehensive sexual education from the formation of values and character, as well as as prevention of addictions, violence, bullying, cyberbullying and eating disorders.

Tutoring and Psychopedagogical Accompaniment System:
Our school has an institutional psychologist and educational psychologist who coordinates a team of tutors. Each course has its assigned tutor, who works together and in constant communication with the preceptor.
The objective of this team is the prevention, early detection and comprehensive approach to academic and social problems, both individual and group. This space is a tool at the students service, wich can also use when they need to talk or express themselves about a concern.

Intensive English language teaching:
At the secondary level, students have two hours of English class every day, with the aim that they can successfully take various international exams. English teachers communicate with students exclusively in that language within the school, which helps to create a bilingual environment. The teaching of English is channeled through various subjects, such as Orality, Writing, Comprehensive Reading, Comprehensive Listening and Use of language.
The English Department is a fundamental and prominent pillar of the school, not only for teaching the language but also because it makes Irish identity and culture. In this sense, the English teaching process is used to transmit the history, values and traditions of that culture.

Sports Day:
The students are divided into two houses, represented by the colors of the Irish flag.
At annual sporting events, students compete with each other in an environment of respect and teamwork. Teaching healthy competition involves values such as effort, commitment, solidarity, knowing how to win and knowing how to lose, so as the idea that, regardless of the result, the effort and experience are worth it and life always gives us new opportunities.

Extended hourly load:
The secondary level has an extended morning session of 9 class hours every day of the week. Likewise, three days a week the students have three class hours at afternoon.
This extended day allows us to delve into the specific areas of the guidelines, coming up with University Level topics, so such as intensive English language instruction, computing, a common core of social and humanistic subjects and special curricular spaces, oriented towards practical skills and/or non conventional, based on the theory of multiple intelligences to achieve a diverse and comprehensive cognitive stimulation.
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Paula Cifarelli
Principal
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Rafael Micheletti
Secondary Level Principal
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Laura Martorano
English Department Principal
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Secondary Level Teachers Spanish and English Department

TRAVELS AND DAYS
• Connivances
• Camping
• Science museum trip (CABA and La Plata)
• Spiritual Retreat
• Missionary Easter
• Champaqui Hill
• Solidarity Campaign
• Solidarity Trip
• Graduates Trip

WORKSHOPS AND SPECIAL CONTESTS
• Creativity
• Soft Skills
• Emocional Educcation
• Robotics
• Debate
• TED talk
• Creative writing

SPORTS
• Ireland cup
• Sports Day

NOVEDADES

SIMULACRO DE DEBATE ELECTORAL 3º AÑO 2023

CHARLAS TED 4º AÑO 2023

VISITA A LA FÁBRICA DE SONDER 4º AÑO 2023

RETIRO ESPIRITUAL 3º AÑO 2023

VISITA A LA BOLSA DE COMERCIO 4º AÑO 2023

JORNADA DE CONVIVENCIA Y ESPIRITUALIDAD 2º AÑO 2023

SALIDA AL TEATRO EL CÍRCULO 1º AÑO 2023

VIAJE SOLIDARIO 5º AÑO 2023

VIAJE CHAMPAQUÍ 4º AÑO 2023

COPA IRLANDA NS 2023

VISITA A PALADINI 5º AÑO 2023

JORNADA DE CONVIVENCIA Y ESPIRITUALIDAD 1º AÑO 2023

VIAJE AL CHAMPAQUÍ 5º AÑO 2023

VISITA AL INST. DE FÍSICA DE ROSARIO (IFIR) 5ºB Y 4ºB 2023

VISITA A LA VIRGINIA 5º AÑO 2023

VIAJE A LA PLATA 3º AÑO 2022

VISITA AL TEATRO 3º AÑO 2022

VISITA A MUSEO MACRO 3º AÑO 2022

ENTREGA DE CERTIFICADOS DE EXÁMENES INTERNACIONALES DE INGLÉS DE LA UNIVERSIDAD DE CAMBRIDGE Y PREMIACIÓN DE LA CWC

RESULTADOS INTERCOLEGIAL OLIMPÍADA MATEMÁTICA 2022

PROYECTO "CARTAS A UCRANIA" 2022

VISITA BOLSA DE COMERCIO 5º AÑO 2022

JUEGOS DE LA JUVENTUD 5º AÑO 2022

CREATIVE WRITING COMPETITION 2022

VIAJE A MENDOZA 2º AÑO 2022

ACTO DE COLACIÓN 5º AÑO 2021

ASAMBLEA DE FIN DE AÑO 2021

CAMPAÑA SOLIDARIA 2021

CONVIVENCIA 4º AÑO 2021

DESEMPEÑO DESTACADO DE MILAGROS DI STÉFANO EN OLIMPÍADA MATEMÁTICA 2021

LOGRO EN OLIMPÍADAS CONTABLES 4º AÑO 2021

RETIRO DE 3º AÑO 2021

MENCIÓN DE MÁXIMO DURIS EN CIENCIAS 2021

ELECCIONES DE CAPITANES 2021

EXPOSICIÓN DE TECNOLOGÍA 1º AÑO 2021

TALLERES DE EDUCACIÓN EMOCIONAL 2021

ACTO DE PASE DE BANDERAS 5º AÑO 2021

RESUMEN DE UN AÑO VIRTUAL 2020

ACTO DE COLACIÓN 5º AÑO 2019

ASAMBLEA DE FIN DE AÑO 2019

CHARLAS TED 4º 2019

CONVIVENCIA-CAMPING 1º 2019

SEGUNDA CONVIVENCIA 2º 2019

VIAJE AL CHAMPAQUÍ 4º 2019

VIAJE A BSAS Y LA PLATA 3º 2019

VIAJE SOLIDARO 5º 2019


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