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Support Caribbean School After Hurricane María

On October 5, only two weeks after the Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico, Caribbean School was able to resume operations half-day classes. During that time our employees faced urgent demands at home but their instinct was to put aside their own needs and be present in school, pitching in in order to get our campus ready to welcome students. Once we opened the school, even with severe limitations, learning took place in a climate of care and support that has always defined our unique school community. Our staff effort is a testament not only to their remarkable professionalism and loyalty to our school, but to their determination to help our students “turn the page” and return to the comforting daily routines of school. Since October 19, we are running a normal class schedule.

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Semana de La Lengua

Benefitting "Hogar San Miguel"

Senior 2018 Ring Ceremony

CARIBBEAN SCHOOL "GO GREEN" COMMUNITY SERVICE PROJECT

CARIBBEAN SCHOOL "GO GREEN" COMMUNITY SERVICE PROJECT

National Honor Society Members visit our neighboring school Fray Pedro School for the Deaf to donate School Supplies!

Career Exploration Conference - Student Participation 

Senior 2018 Ring Ceremony

Benefitting Hogar San Miguel

Space Camp 2017 - Team Dorado

National Honor Society Members visit our neighboring school Fray Pedro School for the Deaf to donate School Supplies!

Semana de la Lengua

2016-2017 Field Day

Seniors 2018

National Honor Society Members visit our neighboring school Fray Pedro School for the Deaf to donate School Supplies!

Seniors 2018 Entrance

Career Exploration Conference - Student Participation 

Interact Car Wash - Fundraiser for a Sister School in Matenwa "Up for Haiti"

Benefitting Hogar San Miguel

Seniors 2018 Entrance

Career Exploration Conference - Student Participation 

Seniors 2018 Entrance

Career Exploration Conference - Student Participation 

Career Exploration Conference - Student Participation 

2016-2017 Field Day

Community Service - Beach Cleanup - La Guancha Coastline

2016-2017 Field Day

Senior 2018 Ring Ceremony

Seniors 2018 Entrance

Career Exploration Conference - Guest Speaker "Ada Monzon" Weather Reporter and Meteorologist

CARIBBEAN SCHOOL "GO GREEN" COMMUNITY SERVICE PROJECT

Career Exploration Conference - Student Participation 

CARIBBEAN SCHOOL "GO GREEN" COMMUNITY SERVICE PROJECT

Career Exploration Conference - Guest Speaker "Ada Monzon" Weather Reporter and Meteorologist

Maria Correa, Caribbean School College Advisor with Carolina Tiru, 2016 Alumni and Carolina De Armas, 2017 Alumni at Boston College

CARIBBEAN SCHOOL "GO GREEN" COMMUNITY SERVICE PROJECT

Seniors 2018

CARIBBEAN SCHOOL "GO GREEN" COMMUNITY SERVICE PROJECT

Seniors 2018 Entrance 

National Honor Society Members visit our neighboring school Fray Pedro School for the Deaf to donate School Supplies!

Career Exploration Conference - Student Participation 

SPIRIT WEEK

Maria Correa, Caribbean School College Advisor with Carolina Tiru, 2016 Alumni and Carolina De Armas, 2017 Alumni at Boston College

Career Exploration Conference - Guest Speaker "Ada Monzon" Weather Reporter and Meteorologist

Community Service - Beach Cleanup - La Guancha Coastline

Seniors 2018

Seniors 2018 Entrance

KINDERGARTEN

Interact Car Wash - Fundraiser for a Sister School in Matenwa "Up for Haiti"

Community Service - Beach Cleanup - La Guancha Coastline

CARIBBEAN SCHOOL "GO GREEN" COMMUNITY SERVICE PROJECT

Semana de la Lengua

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Mission Statement

Caribbean School is a multi-cultural school located in the Spanish-speaking city of Ponce. The school fosters an appreciation of Puerto Rican heritage and serves as a bridge between cultures. Caribbean School offers a college preparatory program comparable to schools in the United States with instruction in the English language and a special emphasis on the teaching and learning of Spanish. Committed to academic excellence, the Caribbean School community develops independent learners and creative thinkers who become successful, caring, global citizens.

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Support Caribbean School After Hurricane María

On October 5, only two weeks after the Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico, Caribbean School was able to resume operations half-day classes. During that time our employees faced urgent demands at home but their instinct was to put aside their own needs and be present in school, pitching in in order to get our campus ready to welcome students. Once we opened the school, even with severe limitations, learning took place in a climate of care and support that has always defined our unique school community. Our staff effort is a testament not only to their remarkable professionalism and loyalty to our school, but to their determination to help our students “turn the page” and return to the comforting daily routines of school. Since October 19, we are running a normal class schedule.

ATTENTION STUDENTS!!!

Help The Puerto Rican Missionary Fraternity with donation of eyeglasses and earn Community Service hours! See attached for further details.
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