Mrs. Clark

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It is with profound sorrow that we announce the passing of our dearest teacher and friend Christine Clark. She was a voluntary ESL teacher for more than thirteen years,  a bountiful collaborator of the school, and she loved the students as if they were her own sons.

There are no words to describe how deeply we will miss her. Her kindness and selflessness illuminated the entire school whenever she was around and her pieces of advice were treasured by everyone in the school.

She was a dear member of our family, and we cannot express how greatly we mourn her passing. We hope that the wonderful memories of the fortunate time that we shared together may help us find comfort for her loss.

May she rest in peace, our thoughts and prayers are with her family and friends. 

Welcome Fr. Juan!

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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)

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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

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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!

Shoreless Lake School

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