“As a team we were most impressed with the warm, loving atmosphere which is evident throughout the entire school community." Timothy M. Sierer, Report of the NSSE Student Performance Validation Team, MSA 2000.


Welcome Fr. Juan!

Written by Carlos Prats Redondo. Posted in Newsflashes



We are immensely pleased to welcome our dear Fr. Juan Andrés as a new member of the school faculty. Fr. Juan will be the Theology teacher for grades 7 through 12.

After having served the people of Chile for more than 20 years, Fr. Juan, a PhD in Theology, comes back to his homeland, to engage in this new task.


We are very proud and delighted to have you on our teaching staff! 

Monastery of "La Santa" - Totana (Murcia)

Written by Carlos Prats. Posted in News

Beautiful images taken at dawn of the Monastery of "La Santa" and of the monument of the Sacred Heart of Jesus located in Totana  (Murcia), very close to our School. These images were taken by a former student of Shoreless Lake School. Congratulations Pablo!


A Trip Down Memory Lane

Written by Carlos Prats. Posted in News

Looking back... About this time last year, one of our students and soon-to-be graduate, Christopher Jiménez, took part in a contest which was organized in honor of the 400th Anniversary of the death of Miguel de Cervantes, the celebrated author of the novel Don Quijote de la Mancha. The challenge was to produce a video in which participants were to portray their experience of reading Don Quijote. Even though Christopher´s video was among the most popular, it was not chosen by the judges to be one of the winners. We would like to congratulate both Ms. Daniela, his teacher, and Christopher for all the effort they put into this activity.

We hope you enjoy it!

National Merit Scholarship Program

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We have the pleasure to announce that one of our juniors, Peter Lehn, has been selected to enter the 2018 National Merit Scholarship Program. This is an academic competition for recognition and scholarships for those students who have shown outstanding academic potential.

The National Merit Scholarship Corporation recognizes and honors academically talented students in the United States and American Schools abroad.

Congratulations Peter!

The pirates have arrived to SLS

Written by Carlos Prats. Posted in News

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Last Thursday the students from 5th, 6th and 7th grades surprised us with a splendid presentation of the poem La canción del pirata by José de Espronceda.

We congratulate both Ms. Francisca and Ms. Caridad for organizing and directing the performance, as well as the children for their wonderful recitation and acting. Thank you very much for all your effort and dedication on this project!!

Now, welcome aboard and enjoy the video and some pictures of the day. 


French Department (activity)

Written by Carlos Prats. Posted in News

The 10th and 12th grade French class prepared this enjoyable performance.
Congratulations to the students and to Ms. Caridad Aliaga for your efforts and for this wonderful representation!


(click on the image to watch the movie)

Snow at SLS - January 2017!!

Written by Carlos Prats. Posted in Photo Album


Last Wednesday towards the end of a normal school day something unexpected happened. Everybody, students as well as faculty members, looked out the window and …it was snowing!
Here in Murcia, south of Spain, where the sun is always shining and temperatures are normally high, snow is not something that we are used to, so everybody went out of the classrooms and offices to enjoy it.
Here are some pictures of that historical and surprising afternoon!  

Shoreless Lake School’s Profile of Graduates

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Shoreless Lake School’s Profile of Graduates

In our Self-Study for Accreditation by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools (MSA), April 7-11, 2014, we had to describe the Profile of Graduates from Shoreless Lake School.

The Profile of Graduates provides the answer to the following question: When our students have completed our entire educational program and have had the benefit of the services and activities provided by the institution and its community:

·       What do we expect them to know?
·       What do we expect them to be able to do with what they know?
·       What qualities or characteristics do we want them to demonstrate?

A Profile of Graduates:

·       Describes the students at the point of exit from the institution.
·       States the values, achievement, and readiness that each student will manifest upon graduation.
·       Should be considered both as a Bill of Rights and set of corresponding responsibilities for students, faculty, staff, administration, and the institution’s community.
·       Defines the outcomes each and every student will attain if the mission is operative and appropriately translated into programs and services.

Shoreless Lake School

Apdo. 239
30850 Totana, Murcia
Tel.: 34 968 424386
Fax: 34 968 158833