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Come and enjoy an hour of holiday and seasonal music before summer vacation on Tuesday, December 13 at 6pm in the Theater.
Last weekend was another successful Kermess that brought together an estimated 6,000 people from over 50 nationalities in the Nido community and Santiago.
The High School Art students are pleased to exhibit their creative and beautiful work from this semester in the Fine Arts Foyer until December 16th.
The Nido Alumni Association is looking forward to welcoming over 550 former students, graduates, and teachers to the Nido campus this weekend at the Inaugural Alumni Reunion.
On Wednesday, November 23 the Elementary School hosted the second in their series of three Coffee Talks on improving students' mathematical reasoning.
Nido High School students in EMPREDIL will host a raffle over the next two weeks to fund their conference that will take place at Nido on March 23 and 24. The conference will feature six speakers from Chile, Mexico, and the United States.
There are open positions on the NPA Board. Apply for Middle School Vice President, Communications Officer, or Treasurer if you want to participate actively in our school!
Last week sixth graders celebrated "India Day" to learn about the culture and traditions of India. The sixth graders are currently studying Hinduism and Buddhism in their Social Studies classes.
The entire Nido community is invited to come and walk (or run) the upper oval track to support those who have touched us by their struggle with cancer and celebrate those who have survived on Friday, December 2 at 8pm at the Upper Oval Track
All 11th grade students (and their parents) who are planning to attend university outside Chile are strongly encouraged to attend Junior University Night on Tuesday, November 29 at 6:30pm in Stevenson Hall.
Happy Thanksgiving! In the United States, Thanksgiving is a time of reflection and gratitude. Here at Nido, we appreciate that you entrust us with your children and give so much of your time and dedication to our school community — we have much to be thankful for this year.
Nido High School students who participated in the recent Life in Patagonia trip benefited from the rich, non-traditional learning experience that Week Without Walls offers. Brad Cartwright, Nido IB Economics and US History teacher, shares a few words about the trip he chaperoned.
A big congratulations to the Nido Eagle Rays who competed in the 2016 SAAC Swimming tournament this past weekend, hosted by the Nido de Aguilas Aquatics Center.
Since 1978, Teleton has been a tradition in Chile for the country to come together on behalf of children and youth with disabilities.
At Nido, we will join with the rest of the country in making a contribution. The week of November 28, students from the Elementary, Middle, and High School will collect donations at the beginning and end of the school day, as well as during lunchtime.
High School students recently returned from their Week Without Walls trips, an important educational experience at Nido where students are offered non-traditional learning opportunities in Santiago, throughout Chile, as well as in other parts of South America. Trips focus on at least three of five areas (Life Learning Skills, Leadership & Collaboration, Environmental Education, Service Learning, and Cultural Awareness), with a special focus on one.