Santa María Marianistas is a confessional, Catholic and Marianist school promoted by The Society of Mary.
Its mission is to "educate in the faith," thus contributing to the fostering of justice, fraternity and solidarity in society.
What is Colegio Santa Maria today?
As an institution, it is the realization of the vision of the Blessed Father Chaminade: a center for the education of the young. This institution embraces all its members under its own Vision and Mission. It is a top-rated educational institution, which has been at the forefront of pedagogical innovations over the years, having the Marianist Educational Tradition as its source and guide.
What else does Colegio Santa Maria represent?
The School is basically the whole of our students and their parents. They are, in fact, our raison. We are the children in 5th grade and the young men who, seven years later, attend their graduation ceremony. We are the legions of alumni who carry our teachings and the love for our initials (SM) and our seal in their hearts, which become a legend with the passing of the years.
We are our faculty and the souls of laymen and clergymen who worked at our School and are no longer with us.
We are our own country, Peru, currently in a great stage of its Republican history, even though its society is full of contradictions and poverty, but also of hope and wonderful possibilities which are deeply rooted in all of us, members of this institution.