Now closed
Colegio San Antonio Abad

Colegio San Antonio Abad

 -Framed in the ancient Benedictine tradition-

Address

  • Bo. Tejas Carr. #908 Km. 2.2, Humacao, Puerto Rico 00792

Phone

Business hours

Today
Closed
Mon
7:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Tue
7:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Wed
7:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Thu
7:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Fri
7:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Sat
Closed

Products or Services

  • • Practice a variety of male and female sports.

    • We have ample facilities for sports including an indoor court for basketball and volleyball, a semi-Olympic pool, and an athletic park with areas for the ball, softball, soccer, and running track 400 meters.

    • In addition, there are several green areas where you can make practice or competition.

    • We Monastic Complex, Chapel, Library, Center for Audiovisual Resources, computers, and science laboratories.

Payment methods

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  • ATHATH

We promote a comprehensive Benedictine tradition, we promote the integral formation of its students. We seek to produce citizens with strong intellectual, ethical, spiritual, and receptive concerns to the life of faith. Thus facilitating diverse educational experiences.

In 1950 the College opened as a School of Industrial Arts, a boarding school for boys at an intermediate level. In 1957, the Benedictine community of San Antonio Abad, with the approval of the immediate relatives of the deceased founder, the school became a preparatory school for the university level. In 1971 he began his current co-educational program, however continuing its service boarding school for boys until 1985.

At present, it is operating as an educational Catholic school, high school to university. We are a Catholic co-educational preparatory school, aimed at youth in grades seven through twelve. Framed in an ancient Benedictine tradition, which promotes education of their students, to produce citizens with strong intellectual, ethical, spiritual, and receptive to the life of faith concerns. To achieve this provides various educational experiences.

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