The training program fully complies with both high British standards and the requirements of the Argentine National Curricula national system. The proposed list of disciplines for studying helps to form a stable knowledge base and skills in order to continue learning on more complex and in-depth programs. All directions and subjects are divided into blocks - the student must choose one of each:
The private non-profit school St Georges College Argentina adheres to bilingual education and accepts both boys and girls (coeducational) for programs. Here they honor traditions and customs while at the same time closely following all innovative methods and means of education, providing high-quality programs that meet high European standards. The main goal is to provide quality education for any student, a comprehensive and harmonious development of the individual, an active member of society, a thinking and objective person. Active social skills are actively developing, ethical standards are being introduced, so that graduates can feel comfortable in the conditions of the modern world.
St Georges College Argentina was founded more than 100 years ago (approximately in 1898) by the Rev. J. T. Stevenson: this Anglican priest arrived in Argentina as chaplain of the Church of All Saints (Quilmes). The educational institution was created to train the sons of British nationals working and staying on the territory of Argentina. Initially, only 6 people were enrolled here, but the school quickly grew stronger and expanded, and today there are places for a boarding house for 350 people. In the 1960s, the department of daytime education was opened, and since the 1970s, girls have started to accept girls and adopted the principle of joint education. For many years the national composition of the students has gradually changed: today most of the students are Argentines or foreigners, and few of them have British roots, as it was at first. In 1989, the Board of Governors opened a partner college in Los Polvorines, based on the values, traditions and rules already adopted, drawing on the many years of experience accumulated during the work of St Georges College Argentina in Quilmes. The first reception of pupils took place already in 1990: they were junior schoolchildren and participants of the kindergarten program. The secondary school was opened in 1991, immediately after the younger one, and today the college is already teaching about 620 children.
St Georges College Argentina has maintained established partnership international relations since its founding: the first teachers here were foreigners who established the educational process in accordance with high British and European standards, provided an international, cosmopolitan atmosphere. The college was one of the first in the territory of Argentina, who offered the students training on the international IB program. Today, they skillfully combine a vivid national flavor and characteristics with the traditional British education system, educating in children diligence and perseverance.