Colegio San Ignacio de Loyola
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|Colegio San Ignacio de Loyola - San Juan|
-Fortes in Fide-
|1940 Calle Sauco, Urb. Santa Maria
San Juan, Puerto Rico, 00927
|Religious affiliation(s)||Catholic (Jesuit)|
|Established||1952 (First Graduating Class, 1956)|
|President||Luis Pino, PhD|
|Number of students||776|
|Language||Both English and Spanish language and literature, taught at a native speaker level, are required classes for all students. French and Japanese languages are elective. Non-language courses are taught in Spanish with textbooks in English.|
|Accreditation(s)||Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools|
The school was originally located in Santurce, but was moved to its current location in 1956 by the Jesuit fathers.
- Ruben Berrios Martinez - President of the Puerto Rican Independence Party, former Senator and gubernatorial candidate
- Rafael Cox Alomar 2012 candidate for Resident Commissioner for the Popular Democratic Party.
- Fernando Martín García - Executive President of the Puerto Rican Independence Party, former Senator
- José Ramón Oyola, Class of 1968, President of the Puerto Rico Government Development Bank (1985–1986)
- Luis G. Rivera Marín, Class of 1978, Secretary of the Puerto Rico Department of Consumer Affairs (2009–2012), Executive Director, Puerto Rico Tourism Company (2012–present)
- Rafael Bernabe Riefkohl, 2012 Governor candidate for the Puerto Rican Workers' Party.
Arts, Education and Publicity
- Raúl Juliá, Actor, class of 1957
- Armando Riesco, Actor, class of 1995
- Alfredo De Quesada, Actor, class of 1994
- Jorge Rodriguez Beruff, Historian, author and Dean: UPR General Studies Faculty
Science and Medicine
- Reinaldo Rampolla-Selles, Class of 1992, Medical Co-Director and Transplant Pulmonologist for Oschner Medical Center, Transplant Services in New Orleans, Louisiana
- (Spanish) Colegio San Ignacio de Loyola, Quick Facts.
- (Spanish) independencia.net/historia/bioFernando.html Independencia.net, Biography of Fernando Martín García. Accessed on February 3, 2008.