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Two phrases best describe the culture of our school: 1) Our CNG Family, and 2) The CNG Way. Similar to the warmth and embracing nature of Colombian culture, it’s the people of this community across our entire 85-year history who make CNG so special. 

Although one of the largest international schools in Latin America, CNG focuses on highly personal relationships within and outside the classroom. As a result, those new to our community often comment that CNG feels much smaller in size than one would expect. This sense of family within a larger community and vibrant city has resulted in a high faculty return rate – over the years, we’ve seen nearly 10% of our staff leave CNG, travel the world, and then rejoin our team. For those returning, they often highlight the close student and colleague relationships - “Our CNG Family” - as the deciding factor in their move back to Bogota.

Additionally,  "The CNG Way" embodies our growth mindset, focus on excellence, and strong beliefs related to continuous improvement. Our commitment to hiring and professionally developing outstanding educators and being on the forefront of innovative education has earned our school international recognition. The world's largest accreditation agency, Cognia/AdvancED, rated CNG with the highest "Index of Education Quality" in Latin America. Moreover, CNG has been recognized both for our academic programs and administration by the College Board and the BBC for our AP Programs, by Tri-Association and AMISA for our inclusion services, and for character education by the Templeton Foundation.

We invite you to take a closer look at our school and our cosmopolitan city to see for yourself why we are so proud to call CNG our home.

By the Numbers


accreditation rating in Latin America by Cognia/AdvancED



applications for 35 faculty openings



countries-worth of experience among faculty


of faculty enter with advanced degrees


student-teacher ratio lowest in UNCOLI


countries represented in student body


K4-12th graders served by Exceptional Learner Programs (GT & learning support)


guidance counselors supporting social-emotional well-being