One step ahead

This year is our 65th anniversary! A testament of our pioneering spirit. Our tradition since 1956 has been innovation. Always one step ahead. 

Join us in celebrating our history and our future.

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The journey of a lifetime starts here

Kicking off the 2021-2022 School year

If you are a member of the CCB Community, you are part of the Team!

We are excited to be back in school! it’s been wonderful to have our students back in the classrooms for the beginning of this school year. 

We faced many challenges to be where we are now. the ccb team, comprised of students, parents and staff, has brought its “a-game” and is looking forward to a fantastic year. 

What's new?!

Let the games begin!

To know just how awesome it felt to celebrate our CCB Houses inauguration on Friday September 10, you had to be there. The mood was electric! From EC to Secondary, flags were waved to and fro followed by the chanting and cheering of hundreds of students brought together by this CCB tradition.

They expressed such love for what this School stands for that they danced, paraded and laughed as they heard the names “Canning”, “Ferguson”, “O’Leary”, and “Rooke”, coming from the speakers. We even had alumni give a speech on what their house colours mean to them and how proud they are of this legacy. See it for yourselves on this video!

Class of 2021 IB Results

We are proud to share with you the record breaking results for the IB diploma by our class of 2021.

Meet the new teachers

Here are this year's new staff members. They are geared up and happy to be part of the CCB family

New "sheriffs" in town

Carlos Piñeres in Primary and Silvia Franco in Secondary are the new heads of section. They both have a history of leadership in CCB.

Class of 2022's Last First Day

A journey of a thousand miles starts with a single step, as the saying goes. Our Seniors took theirs into their last year at CCB.

Greenbeats news

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.

The Hernández Garrido Sisters

Whether it’s architecture, or economics and government, the Hernández Garrido sisters have proved to be yet another pair of outstanding alumni. Camila and Verónica Hernández Garrido, class of 2014 and 2017, respectively, have multiple achievements regarding their professional careers and are a clear example of our GreenBeats spirit.

A CCB National Champ

Santiago Aguilera González, from class 2018, is a clear example of having a dream, working hard for it, and achieving it. Santiago started swimming at age 8 and recently became national champion in the Colombian National Championship held in Barranquilla, Colombia from the 15th to 19th of June, in five different categories.

Eco-Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Our GreenBeat Natalia Osorio, class 2001, has shown that taking action to save the planet can be easy and adds a very interesting value to small and medium-sized businesses. Her company, Naturesse, was recently recognized by the United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP) as an eco-innovative global reference due to Natalia's entrepeneurship.

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CCB joins Round Square

In this 2021 – 2022 school year, CCB has partnered with Round Square, a global network of innovative schools in 50 countries that offers exchange programs in six continents.

CCB Concert 2020-21

Last year the art coordinators put together a virtual concert to wrap up the 2020-2021 school year. An awesome display of talent in the arts!

Staying safe

The 2021 - 2022 School year is a return to more normalcy. Students are back on campus and if we intend to keep it that way, we must not let our guard down.

New Head of Security

Camilo Andrés Trujillo Peñaranda has over 20 years experience in security and he's happy to bring this know-how to CCB.

A bridge to Primary

On Thursday, August 12th, when last year’s 1st graders walked across the bridge that connects Early Childhood to Primary, they officially became 2nd graders.

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