Hispanic Heritage Month Guest Speakers 

Washburn is a tight knit family with small groups averaging at 13 to 1 student faculty ratio and a 10 to 1 ratio for middle and high school!

Brain Based Learning Integrated Into Our Curriculum

Hispanic Heritage Month at Washburn - Pre-Kinder (Spain) visits Kindergarten (Panama) 

Moving towards 21st Century Learning Spaces

2017-2018 Washburn School Seniors - Elionai 2K18 !!!

Washburn graduates have a 100% College Acceptance Rate at Universities in Massachusetts, Iowa, New Mexico, Indiana, Ohio, Florida, Illinois, New York, Missouri, and Puerto Rico

Washburn School students averaged over 123 points more than all private and public schools in the College Board exam for October 2016!

Where are our Washburn School Seniors going to College?

Welcome 2017 Washburn School Senior! #WashburnNation #EaglePride  

Washburn School Class of 2028 - Kindergarten Graduation 2016

2015 Basketball Champions Catholic and Private School League B, Puerto Rico

Washburn School Drama Club - Whether you are part of the class of 2016, an alumni, or the class of 2028, you are part of a family!

College Bound 2017!!!

Washburn Chess Club and Chess Champions! 

Active Community Involvement : Washburn Fighting Pediatric Cancer 

Physics class at Washburn School includes a visit to see how the power plant in Aguirre powers Puerto Rico's electricity

Physics and Electrical Engineering Field Trip to Central Aguirre! Light up Puerto Rico!

Our World Class Robotics Program Includes Girls in Stem Who Have Traveled to VEX World Championships Around the Nation!

Our historical first graduation at Washburn School !

At Washburn School we are a true family! 

Our classroom size policy enhances  learning, creates a tight knit family, and foments safety and zero bullying at Washburn School!

2016 Seniors - Washburn School

2016 Sub Champions!  We are a small school, yet we are an athletic powerhouse!

Washburn School Students Won First Place in Ponce, Puerto Rico's District Science Fair 


#Throwback to Early 2000s ! Gabriel and Esteban already graduated from Washburn in 2015! One is Medical School bound and the other is a future  entrepreneur and businessman!

Washburn's Baseball Team with the 2015 MLB Rookie of the Year Carlos Correa

2017 Seniors #WashburnSchool #WashburnNation #EaglePride


World Class Baseball Program with support from MLB players 

Educational Leaders 

Parents are the most important part of our family at Washburn

Latest News

Meet Our Elementary School Basketball Team - GO WASHBURN EAGLES

Washburn celebrated a uniform ceremony for our elementary school’s basketball team yesterday! We talked about team-work, leadership, being a role model, and a student-athlete. Our first game is on Thursday, February 14 at Coto Laurel’s indoor basketball court at 4:00 pm.
The uniforms are sponsored by Washburn English Institute.
We are different. We are a family. English is our main language

Washburn School Reinforces Writing Across the Curriculum

Writing Across the Curriculum at Washburn - “If you want great performance, we must strive for it. “

Mr. Edward Torres, our Headmaster, has been assessing our 7th to 12th grade students while working with their writing skills for the past three days. Mr. Ronnie Lopezcepero, our Educational Development Director and Board Member, helped us update our standards within our curriculum and will also be working with the Elementary School.

Washburn Holiday Activity, Toy Drive, and Request for Lights (ENCENDIDO NAVIDEÑO)

Washburn School Toy Drive Announcement
We are also kindly requesting any spare Christmas lights you may lend us for our Friday, November 30 activity called "ENCENDIDO NAVIDEÑO". It will help us light up our school at 6:00 pm with the holiday spirit while we celebrate the upcoming winter holidays and our Puerto Rican culture with food and performances from our students! We will also initiate our toy drive collection during our activity starting that same day to help the less fortunate children around Puerto Rico during the holidays.

Congratulations to the November Students of the Month for Washburn School

We have a criteria for evaluating students that includes voting from all staff and faculty members in a rubric that includes observations for each student, classroom behavior, values outside the classroom, outstanding social factors with peers, and their positive impact to our overall community. The teachers who vote and nominate fill out the rubric anonymously . It means that all faculty members pick the winner without exactly knowing who is the outstanding student at Washburn School in each month, thus promoting a fair selection that includes everyones feedback!


Si tienen decoraciones navideñas que nos puedan prestar para la actividad del viernes, te lo agradeceremos. Favor de dejar las decoraciones en la oficina con la Sra. Jennifer Piazza con el nombre de usted y de su hijo/a. (Lo estaremos usando para el ENCENDIDO NAVIDEÑO)

Thanksgiving Week

• Teacher Training
• New Air Conditioners
• Practice Gratitude with your Loved Ones

Changes in the Academic Calendar

We will not have class on November 12th for Veterans Day. We will have class on November 16th. We have changed the Puerto Rican Day activity (Encendido Borinncano) to November 30th, from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm and it will be open for the public. We will be proving more information about that activity soon. There will be no class on that day (November 30th).
The November student of the month activity scheduled for that day will be on Thursday, November 29, 2018 at 8:30. For more information please call 787-842-2226.

Neuroscience at Washburn School

We concluded the Brain 🧠 Safety Challenge / Egg 🥚 Drop! Students found ways to protect the brain from damage by designing and creating a helmet made out of recycled materials. Washburn students from 9th to 12th grade have learned about the complex brain anatomy and each part’s function through active learning! They also have learned about various neurotransmitters and their roles, the long-term effects of concussions, dozens of neurological diseases , the complex functions of the nervous system, and we have introduced simple neuropsychological concepts

National Hispanic Heritage Month at Washburn School

Each homeroom teacher has been assigned a country to highlight in your classroom by decorating the door and classrooms with the country designated. We also will  integrate the contributions that Hispanics have done locally, internationally, or globally in the arts, science, economy, politics, education, sports, literature, and medicine in our daily classes at Washburn.

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