Video Highlight: The British Schools – Montevideo (An international school in Uruguay)
May 7, 2015
There are a few international schools to work at in Montevideo! How do these schools stand out from each other?
How many international schools can boast about being over 100 years old? According to the international schools listed on our website, there are 33 international schools with a founding year of before 1900.
So how great this school in Uruguay put together a tribute video to the history of their school.
Looking at all the old pictures really gives a good glimpse into their past students, the past school grounds, and the past staff that has worked there over the years.
It is hard to imagine what life as an international school teacher was like back then. How did that school find the teachers to work there? Were they hired locally or from abroad? Did they move their stuff and themselves by ship from the USA or England (or ???)?
In parts of the video, it seems like there was maybe a separation being the boys and girls at one point. It could be that they had different sections of the school for different genders. Also, it appears as if sports and competitions are/were an important part of this school’s programme.
Looking at all the people in the video, it reminds us that working at an international school is truly working as part of a family. And not just the current family, but the past family too. If you are lucky to get a job at an international school, you are a part of that school’s history forever. It is great how an international school starts something one year, and then it continues year after year becoming a tradition; which makes each international school a unique and interesting place to work.
Currently on www.internationalschoolcommunity.com we have 93 international schools listed in South America. Here are a just a few of them (the number of comments and information that have been submitted for each school is listed to the right of the link):
• Colegio Panamericano (Bucaramanga, Colombia) – 34 Comments
• Colegio Granadino Manizales (Manizales, Colombia) – 43 Comments
• Colegio Menor San Francisco de Quito (Quito, Ecuador) – 31 Comments
• American School of Asuncion (Asuncion, Paraguay) – 58 Comments
• Uruguayan American School (Montevideo, Uruguay) – 32 Comments
• Colegio International de Carabobo (Carabobo, Venezuela) – 21 Comments
• Escuela Las Morochas (Ciudad Ojeda, Venezuela) – 28 Comments
If you know about what it is like working at one of these international schools in South America, log-on today and submit your own comments and information. Become a Mayor of one of these schools and you will receive unlimited premium access to International School Community for free!