Last Thursday, May 12, the President of the Board of Directors of Colegio Helvetia in Bogotá, Marcel Hofstetter, together with the Swiss Ambassador, Eric Mayoraz, presented the new project of Colegio Helvetia in Medellín to the Swiss community living in Antioquia. The objective is to come to Medellin to continue educating young people committed to the environment and with a high quality education that meets the educational standards of Switzerland and Colombia. In this way, this new project will continue to strengthen the Swiss culture in the country as a coeducational, non-denominational, multicultural and multilingual school; in which [. ..]
We have been implementing "Helvetia at home" for a little over two months and we know that this time has been very demanding for all of us, but it is a challenge that we are overcoming together and it is leaving us with immense learning. Today we want to tell you, from the teachers' side, how we are innovating, adapting and constantly improving the development of academic activities and the accompaniment of students based on the feedback we receive from various sectors of the Community. We are successfully ensuring the continuity and quality of the schooling of our children and young people, without neglecting [ ...]
At the beginning of the school year 2019-2020, we welcome 6 new teachers to reinforce our pedagogical team: Claudia Bürki, Primary German section David Stève Lude, Kindergarten French section Otto Imsand, Baccalaureate German section Natalia Carreño Díaz, Assistant teacher in GJ Claudia Becerra, Assistant in GJ Andrea Hernandez, maternity leave replacement of Karen Mejía, assistant in GJ. We wish them a lot of success!