The faculty and staff of CCS provide
a quality and equitable education, measured by outcomes, effectively
preparing students for a continually changing world.
The Cochabamba Cooperative School serves
students from a wide range of backgrounds and beliefs. The school
was founded in 1954 by a group of U.S. citizens using the Calvert
Correspondence Method, and has provided over 50 years of uninterrupted
quality educational service.
CCS maintains the ideals of
international American schools, offering a comprehensive education
in the English language and preparing students for continuing studies
in both American and Bolivian universities as well as institutions
of higher education throughout the world.
The Cochabamba Cooperative School is accredited
through the United States Southern Association of Colleges and Schools
and is recognized by the Bolivian Ministry of Education. CCS also coordinates
activities and events with other American
||schools in Bolivia.
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