Liceo Agustín Ross Edwards

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Liceo Agustín Ross Edwards
Liceo Agustín Ross Edwards, April 2011.jpg
Ángel Gaete St. 725, Pichilemu, Chile
Type High school
Established 1979
Principal Juan Antonio Farías Catalán [1]
Number of students 562 (2015)[1]

Liceo Agustín Ross Edwards (English: Agustín Ross Edwards High School) is a Chilean public (municipal) high school located in Pichilemu, Cardenal Caro Province. It is named after Agustín Ross Edwards, a Chilean politician and known for building the historic centre of the town of Pichilemu.

The high school was created in 1979, and works as a Humanistic Scientific high school. The high school has employed the Complete Scholar Journey (Spanish: Jornada Escolar Completa) since 1998.[2]

The Liceo Agustín Ross Edwards' principal is Juan Antonio Farías Catalán. As of 2012, LARE had 562 students, and 38 teachers. The president of the parents' center (centro de padres) is Marco Antonio Salgado Contreras, and the president of the students' center (centro de alumnos) is Matías Lizana Calderón.[1]


  1. ^ a b c "Liceo Agustín Ross Edwards" (in Spanish). Ministry of Education of Chile. 2015. Retrieved 1 August 2015. 
  2. ^ Acerca del Liceo Agustín Ross Edwards (in Spanish)

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