A 86% progress is carried out by the Mireya Zuleta Astudillo School in Huasco, a work mandated by the Municipality of this commune, with funding from the Ministry of Education and executed by the Ministry of Public Works, through its Directorate of Architecture.
This work will double the number of tuition fees of the educational establishment.The project contemplated demolishing the previous building, to build a completely new building, defining an architectural program that will have an administrative area, teaching area, dining room and kitchen and service area.
It also considers a covered patio in pre-basic and multi-covered roofed sector. In this regard, the Public Works seremi, Alfredo Campbell, explained that “it is a high standard project, which improves the current conditions in which the 380 are studied and developed students, doubling the enrollment to 750 students, with a constructed area that will reach 4,048 m2 and an investment of the Ministry of Education of 5,900 CLP”.
For its part, the director of the establishment, Yolanda Valenzuela, indicated that “according to the visits and witnesses of the progress of the construction site, we have been appreciating how our dreams are coming true and we look forward to the day we return with our students to fill the classrooms of our beloved school with laughter, songs and dreams ”.
Formerly the establishment was called School number 3, then Consolidated School, when it joined with School number 4, and then became the Lyceum C-9 Japan, until 1994, when the product of the separation of basic and secondary education entered full-time going on to become a F-94 Mireya Zuleta Astudillo school in 1998.