The Grange School
About The Grange School
The Grange School is a co-educational, independent all-through school with sixth form in Chile, serving pupils from the age of 4-18. The School, situated in La Reina, Santiago has approximately 2,200 pupils on roll.
The Grange School was founded in 1928 and is a bilingual institution, with pupils leaving the school fluent in both Spanish and English. The school enjoys a strong relationship with Britain and the Commonwealth and is affiliated with both the HMC and IAPS, as well as being accredited by the BSO.
Mr. Nicholas Eatough
“We want to form young people who will be useful to the country and are trustworthy”
At The Grange School, every effort is made to give girls and boys a broad education, which prepares them as far as possible for the future. These all-rounders grow up in a fully bilingual environment, embedded in Mr. John Jackson’s British and Christian values; and which prizes Fair Play and the Spirit of Service. Attention is paid to intellectual training, but also to moral and physical development. Inculcating in youngsters a love for work is crucial, both for their own advantage and for the common good; initiative and team spirit are encouraged in all activities. For good work, play or conduct, pupils gain honours for their side rather than as individuals; and they are taught at every opportunity to be respectful and display good manners.