Flag raising was one of the school traditions kept in the 60s, it was done every Friday in the Flag Patio.
Since 1951, giving to others has always been part of our essence!
Our CNG story is building up around school. Check out the huge murals around campus!
The fashion show was one of the new school traditions that were incorporated in this decade.
In Christmas 1951 some CNG students prepared to hand out gifts for the less privileged kids of Bogota. Giving has always been part of our essence!
The teaching methods placed higher value on analysis than on memorization, which was another distinguishing feature of the school.
At the time the highest grade was 8th grade. Between 40 to 45% of students were local.
On October 15, 1959, the entire school moved to it’s new premises. The event marked a milestone for CNG.