CCB's We Have a Voice Campaign
“We Have a Voice”, is built on several CCB truths that have been corroborated by members of our Community -students, parents, alumni, and staff- throughout time. At this school you learn to speak your mind, with arguments and with respect. You develop your own voice, your own opinions and perspectives whilst listening to others opinions in an enriching and constant dialogue. We are a community of freethinkers united by one heart, our Corazón Colombo, who go out into the world and strive to make a difference. Together, our voices become a powerful force.
Together, we stand with a mission: to do good in this world. Let’s let our voices be a vehicle for transformation. For unity. For change. At CCB, #WeHaveAVoice
13 CCB students left for an international exchange in England. The first group (3 students) is at Ryde School on the Isle of Wight. The second group (10 students) is at Hereford Cathedral School. This represents a great challenge, but also a significant cultural immersion for them.
Fernando Durán from the IB shared with us about what the fourth IB program will entail, its focus on career guidance, and the benefits it brings to the students and the institution.
This month, we welcomed three exchange students from South Africa: Khanyi Brauns, Erin Moodley, and Daniel Redfern, who have expressed their delight in living the CCB experience.
Federico Barrios, CCB alumnus and sports talent, tells us about his experience playing as goalkeeper for the Bulgarian football team Botev Vratsa.
Juliana Gabriela Trujillo, 11R, won the Regional Squash Tournament that took place in the Club Campestre de Cali on November 23rd and 24th. She’s getting ready for the National tournament in November.
Daniela Estrada Lasso has won silver medals in the Team Free and Mixed Duet routines, placing Colombia as the runner-up in the XXX Youth South American Championship in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
47 students from 9th to 12th grade were invited to the leadership workshop "Minds and Hearts that ImpaCt," led by Roger Collazos and the psychology team. The workshop focused on strengthening leadership skills in the context of service and inclusion.
Agreeing as Parents is Essential at CCB
Once a CCB Student, always a CCB Student. The only difference is that now you’re a part of Greenbeats, CCB’s Alumni Association. Here are some of the latest news from our exciting community.
FARYD CAMILO MONDRAGÓN, CLASS OF 1991
A professional footballer who played as a goalkeeper for the Colombian national team and achieved records in the World Cups. He is a person who represents the voice of sports in our school and is a reference for all our students.
JOSÉ MANUEL SUSO, CLASS OF 1981
Industrial Engineer, businessman, and CEO of Arrocera la Esmeralda SAS.He is a person who represents the voice of business, social responsibility and generosity. An example for students who want to be entrepreneurs and make a positive impact of the environment.
MARÍA CONSUELO DÍAZ, CLASS OF 1963
Class member of CCB ́s first cohort, former teacher, former head of section, former Head of CCB (1993-2000), founder of the Alumni Association, and actual board member of the Alumni Association.She is a person who represents the voice for tradition, an example to preserve the legacy of our institution.
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