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Adriana graduated from San Silvestre in 2012. She gained a perfect score in the IB (45 points). She studied Administration at Universidad Del Pacifico and won the Robert Maes Award (for 1st place throughout her career) in 2016 and 2017. In 2017 she entered a one year academic programme in the London School of Economics (LSE) and then she will be returning to Lima to finish her university education.

“Growing up in San Silvestre School helped me develop the values and qualities that now enable me to face life’s challenges with perseverance and optimism. I learned the importance of effort and determination to achieve what I propose, as well as to have the necessary self-confidence to deal with the obstacles that I come across on the way. San Silvestre not only contributed to my intellectual and academic development, but the friendly atmosphere between students, teachers and workers showed me the importance of generosity and tolerance. I learned how important it is to help others, that I can learn a lot from the people around me, and that   the best results are often achieved by working as a team. I now feel like a well-prepared and independent person, willing to continue taking advantage of the opportunities that come my way. ”

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Mariana Costa
Believing in the empowerment of women, Mariana founded Laboratorio, a social enterprise in which women who have been unable to gain access...
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Luciana Arispe
Luciana studied Communication for Development at the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru, training as an actress at the same time. However, it was...
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Andrea Martens
Andrea has been travelling around the world on her own for nearly 3 years. Her journey began in Kenya, from where she travelled to South Africa...
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Ariana Santillana
After finishing school in 2007, Ariana studied art at the PUCP and subsequently travelled to Buenos Aires to study jewellery-making in the University of Palermo. In addition...
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