Colegio Pestalozzi (Argentina)

Colegio Pestalozzi
Ramón Freire 1824
Buenos Aires
Type Private
Established 1 March 1934

Colegio Pestalozzi (German: Pestalozzi Schule) is a German international school in Belgrano, Buenos Aires. It is governed by the Asociación Cultural Pestalozzi.[1] It serves kindergarten through secondary school: Colegio Pestalozzi offers elementary and secondary education as well as a "initial level" for children from two to five years.

It was founded on 1 March 1934 by Dr. Ernesto Alemann, an Argentine of Swiss origin. The aim was to create a place for free and humanistic education in accordance with the thoughts of the Swiss pedagogue Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi, where the values of the central European culture and the German language could be upheld.

See also


  1. Home page (Spanish). Pestalozzi-Schule. Retrieved on February 9, 2015. "El Colegio Pestalozzi, ubicado en el barrio de Belgrano de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires, es una institución educativa mixta, laica y bicultural." and "Asociación Cultural Pestalozzi | Ramón Freire 1882 | C1428CYB | Ciudad de Buenos Aires | Argentina"

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Coordinates: 34°34′09″S 58°27′44″W / 34.5692°S 58.4622°W / -34.5692; -58.4622

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