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Nueva Alianza Integral, Colegio

image by Ivan Sache, 22 July 2014

Colegio Nueva Alianza Integral was founded in 1979 in Nariño Sur (Bogotá) by María del Carmen Vivas de Romero, as Jardín Infantil Manecitas. The institute, managed by the Romero Vivas y Co. Ltd., was renamed in 2005 Colegio Nueva Alianza Integral and relocated on a piece of land part of the Milagros estate, once owned by the wife of the Precursor Antonio Nariño, where the Libertador Simón Bolívar wrote on liberty.

The flag of the institute is horizontally divided blue-white-red (1:2:1) with the institute's emblem in the middle. Blue is a symbol of law, justice, sovereignty and tranquility. White is a symbol of purity, tranquility and immensity of the heart. Red is a symbol of love for God, of the sacrifice of Jesus Christ on the cross, of power, joy, and celebration.

The emblem of the institute is made of the stylized letters C (red, for "Colegio"), N (green, for "Nueva") and A (blue, for "Alianza"), surrounding a blue triangle charged with a yellow "integrally educated" child. The lower part of the "C" is inscribed with the institute's motto "SER - SABER - HACER" (To Be - To Know - To Have) in yellow letters.
http://www.colegionai.edu.co/web2/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=9&Itemid=5 - Institute's website
Ivan Sache, 22 July 2014


Nueva Colombia, Institución Educativa

image by Ivan Sache, 06 October 2014

Institución Educativa Nueva Colombia is located in Bogotá.
The flag of the institute is horizontally divided black-red-white (2:1:1).
Photo: http://cncied.files.wordpress.com/2009/08/colegio-087.jpg
Ivan Sache, 06 October 2014


Nuevo de San Andrés de los Altos, Institución Educativa Distrital

image by Ivan Sache, 22 August 2017

Institución Educativa Distrital Nuevo de San Andrés de los Altos was established in 1987 in Barrio Nuevo de San Andrés de los Altos, a borough of Bogota founded in 1982. Classes started on 8 June 1987.

The flag of I.E.D. Nuevo de San Andrés de los Altos was designed in 2002 by the Coexistence Committee of Evening Classes, headed by Hilda Moreno and Yolanda Pachon.
The flag is vertically divided yellow-royal blue (1:2) by a gray arrow bordered in red. Over the head of the arrow is superimposed the institute's coat of arms.

Blue is a symbol of spirituality and transcendence.
Gray is a symbol of open-mindedness and curiosity.
Red is a symbol of liberty of the youth.
Yellow is a symbol of joy and energy of the youth.
The arrow is a symbol of the commitment of all the members of the educational community to build an institute that matches the student's present and future requirements.

The coat of arms of I.E.D. Nuevo de San Andrés de los Altos was designed in 2002 by the student Daniel Penagos.
The shield is surmounted by a scroll inscribed with the institute's motto, "Juego - Respeto - Saber" (Game - Respect - Knowledge). The central oval is bordered by the colors of the national flag, yellow, red, green, and the name of the institute.
The central oval is divided into four parts, featuring:
1. An athlete, as a symbol of sports and game;
2. A tree, a a symbol of ecology;
3. A parchment inscribed with "Lúdica y Tecnología" (Game and Technology), the institute's emphasis;
4. A hand-shake, as a symbol of friendship, force and union, supporting a building and two trees, symbols of the future of the institute. The whole coat of arms uses the colors of the flag of the institute.

http://www.colnvosanandres.edu.co/home/manual-de-convivencia - Manual de Convivencia
Ivan Sache, 22 August 2017


Nueva Escocia, Gimnasio

"Gimnasio Nueva Escocia", founded in 1982,  is located in Bogotá. The name of the institute was proposed by members of the board who had studied in Halifax, the capital of Nova Scotia, Canada.
The flag of "Gimnasio Nueva Escocia" is described on the institute website as follows: "Its white background symbolizes the purity of the heart of the children and teenagers. The red stripe symbolizes love that should unite all of us and all members of the Nueva Escocia family. The blue stripe symbolizes the wide horizon offered to the students."
There is, unfortunately, no image helping to decide how the colours are arranged on the flag.
Ivan Sache, 15 December 2008


Nueva Generación, Institución Educativa

image by Ivan Sache, 19 October 2018

Institución Educativa Nueva Generación is located in the northern part of La Sierra (Cauca Department). The school is composed of six seats: Colegio Agropecuario Nueva Generación (La Cuchilla), Escuela Rural Mixto Camilo Torres (La Cuchilla), Escuela Rural Mixto Quebrada Azul (Quebrada Azul), Escuela Rural Mixto Buenos Aires (Buenos Aires), Escuela Rural Mixto Palo Sembrado (Palo Sembrado), Escuela Rural Mixto Sapongo (Sapongo).

The flag of IE Nueva Generación is composed of three equal horizontal stripes, the outer wine red and the central white, charged with the school's coat of arms.

The coat of arms of IE Nueva Generación, designed by Yeris Alberto Ruiz, is composed of a shield bordered in wine red, the color of the student's uniform. The shield is celestial blue, representing the immense sky and pure air of the Colombian Massif. Over a map of the municipality of La Sierra is placed a rising sun above furrows and plowed fields, a straightforward allusion to agriculture and cattle-breeding, complemented by a wreath made of coffee branches with berries.
In the upper part, a burning torch symbolizes knowledge, surrounded by the school initials, "NG". In the lower part is inscribed the year of foundation of the school, "1997".
Beneath the shield, a khaki scroll is inscribed with "La Cuchilla - La Sierra".
https://sites.google.com/site/htppsportafoliopruebavirtual/escudo
School website
Ivan Sache, 19 October 2018


Nueva Granada, Institución

image by Ivan Sache, 7 March 2019

Institución Nueva Granada (INENG) was established in 2015 in borough Granada, Villavicencio (Meta Department).

The flag of INENG is horizontally divided green-white-red, the white stripe being narrower, with the school's coat of arms in the center. Red represents administrative teaching, while green represents environmental teaching. The white stripe represents the horizon, here a way towards peace.

The coat of arms of INENG features the central figure of the region's main resource, as stylized representation of wisdom, peace proclaimed as a dove, equality [represented by a pair of scales], fraternity [represented by a heart-shaped handshake] and knowledge. Green represents the natural environment. White represents peace. Red represents the blood shed in the region.
https://ineng.edu.co/nuestra-institucion/#1504189387854-33e99534-17f2, INENG website
Ivan Sache, 7 March 2019


Nueva Granada, Institución Educativa

image by Ivan Sache, 25 November 2014

Institución Educativa Nueva Granada is located in Desquebradas (Risaralda Department).
The flag of the institute is white with a red right-angled triangle in the lower hoist and a green right-angled triangle in the upper fly, and the institute's emblem in the middle. White is a symbol of kindness, generosity, patience, humility, nobleness, serenity, tenderness and conciliation as a compromise towards peace. Red is a symbol of optimism, force, decision and elation, exemplified during the process of relocation and rebuilding of the school. Green recalls the early establishment the school on the picturesque and natural banks of river Otún, in a place exposed to flooding, and the aspiration to the relocation of the little school in a place preserved from natural disasters.
The emblem of the institute is a shield surmounted by a scroll in the institution al colours (red and green) and inscribed with the word "EXCELENCIA". The shield is charged in the middle with an owl, as a symbol of institutional knowledge. The interlaced hands mean fraternity and friendship and represent products and service traded by a handshake. The book, the quill and the pair of glasses refer to learning. The flame refers to the sports dynamic enjoyed by the institution. The musical notes and the dancing pair honour folklore and music as the most efficient institutional means to highlight values, talents, models, reconstruction of social network and creative use of leisure time. The yellow-green bordure stands for Desquebradas, while the yellow-blue-red bordure stands for Colombia.
Source: http://201318lucenith.wordpress.com/2013/06/27/institucion-educativa-nueva-granada/ - Institute's blog
Ivan Sache, 25 November 2014


Nuevo Gimnasio School

image by Ivan Sache, 2 February 2019

Nuevo Gimnasio School (NGS) was established in borough Buque, Villavicencio (Meta Department), by Resolution No. 32 of the Ministry of Education, adopted on 1 February 1999. A rural seat was established in Altagracia in 2006.

The flag of NGS is blue with a white triangle placed along the hoist and reaching the fly, superimposed with a smaller yellow triangle placed along the hoist. The school's coat of arms is placed at hoist.
Photo: https://www.nuevogimnasioschool.edu.co/images/la%20foto%20(2).jpg?crc=437339606
Ivan Sache, 2 February 2019


Nuevo Milenio, Institución Educativa Gimnasio

image by Ivan Sache, 07 August 2014

Institución Educativa Gimnasio Nuevo Milenio was established in 1999 in the south-eastern zone of commune 6 of the town of Soacha (Cundinamarca Department).

The flag of IE Gimnasio Nuevo Milenio is horizontally divided green-blue with a white triangle placed along the hoist and charged with the school's coat of arms.

https://gimnasionuevomilenio.es.tl/Bandera.htm, School website
Ivan Sache, 07 August 2014


Nuevo Modelia, Gimnasio

image by Ivan Sache, 07 August 2014

Gimnasio Nuevo Modelia was established in 1992 in Bogotá, as Jardín Infantil Modelia Bilingüe, transformed into a Gimnasio in 1998.
The flag of the institute is horizontally divided blue-green. Blue is a symbol of God's will, loyalty, knowledge, intelligence, and truth. Green is a symbol of harmony, hope, growth, and concentration.
Source: http://www.gimnasionuevomodelia.edu.co/gnm/simbolos-del-gimnasio/ - Institute's website
Ivan Sache, 07 August 2014