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Because our staff consists only of high school students (ages 14 to 17) coming from different cultural backgrounds, our articles are diverse and based on current news from all around the world.
INSPIRED NEWSLETTER | SECOND EDITION
06 November 2017
Welcome to the second edition of the Inspired newsletter
Our schools have enjoyed many exhilarating experiences these past few months, including international adventures, commendable achievements and outstanding academic results. We are immensely proud of our staff and students for their hard work and dedication as they continuously strive towards setting new benchmarks in educational excellence.
COLEGIO ALTAIR, LIMA, PERU, JOINS INSPIRED
01 November 2017
London, November 1, 2017 – Inspired, a leading operator of premium schools in Europe, Australia, Africa and Latin America, is proud to announce that Colegio Altair in Lima, Peru, has joined its group of schools.
Colegio Altair is a leading school in Lima that has been providing bilingual premium education to local and international students for more than 20 years. Colegio Altair has built its reputation for excellence on a foundation of exceptional academic achievement, along with a strong heritage of sports and arts, making it an ideal fit for Inspired. The school has the accreditation of the International Baccalaureate Organisation for its Primary Years, Middle Years and Diploma Programmes. It is also a member of the Latin American Conference of Chiefs (LAHC) and the Peruvian Association of Private Colleges (Adecopa).
Mrs. Gina Mantero De Figueroa, Founder of Colegio Altair said ...
THE SOURCE OF INSPIRATION
05 January 2017
"Under the leadership of former private equity investor Nadim Nsouli, the Inspired schools group has grown quickly. Will it be able to keep up its momentum, asks Kirsten Noben"
Readers of EducationInvestor may have noticed the name Inspired, and prior to that its holding company Educas, popping up in these pages with increasing regularity. The for-profit schools group has bullishly been snapping up schools around the globe, acquiring Umhlanga College in South Africa, Colegio San Mateo in Colombia and Brookhouse School in Kenya in the last 12 months alone.
This has all happened under the guiding hand of Nadim Nsouli, who is already quite a big name in the education sector. After working for years at Providence Equity Partners, the US backer of such companies as Study Group and Blackboard, he spotted an opportunity to establish his own intern...
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