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Our Beginnings

Our school was founded in 1950 in a house in the district of San Isidro, fulfilling the dream of a group of parents who wanted to provide first-class education to their children. For this, they decided to form the first Educational Services Cooperative in Peru, formed by 103 families that shared the same values and ideals.

Mr. Manuel Sánchez Palacios was the first President of the Cooperative and with the support of the United States Embassy, he managed to hire Ms. Alie M. Allen, the first North American Principal of our school. With the rapid growth of our institution, in 1981 we expanded the facilities and inaugurated our current location in La Molina.

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Advantages of being part of a cooperative school

Being part of a “Cooperative School” enables its associates in decision-making in order to improve educational quality and infrastructure, always ensuring the welfare of the institution and its members. At the same time, it means that all its associates will share the principles of the cooperative: Democracy, Respect and Freedom, which implies commitment and dedication of all its members. “Understanding the past is understanding the present without any distinctions or preferences. This will make us better cooperativists and better members.”

“Our educational institution has inspired learning within our community since 1950”