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Presbítero Luis Eduardo Pérez Molina, Institu ción Educativa

image by Ivan Sache, 21 November 2014

Institución Educativa Presbítero Luis Eduardo Pérez Molina originates in a girl's school established in 1887 in Barbosa by Sara Patiño. The cornerstone of the building still housing the school was blessed in 1919. Escuela Urbana de Niñas was officially recognized in 1959. Upon request of the educational community, the school was renamed Escuela Integrada Presbítero Luis Eduardo Pérez Molina in March 1992, as a tribute to the deceased priest of the San Antonio de Padua parish. Colegio Presbítero Luis Eduardo Pérez Molina was established by Resolution No. 449 of 2 April 1997. Institución Educativa Presbítero Luis Eduardo Pérez Molina was eventually established by Resolution No. 15,029 of 25 October 2002.
The flag of the institute is horizontally divided blue-white-wine red. Blue is a symbol of elegance, safety and tranquillity. White is a symbol of peace, purity, spirituality and transparency. Wine red is a symbol of joy, understanding, enthusiasm and recreation.
Source: http://www.iepbrolepm.edu.co/index2.php?id=7086&idmenutipo=1292&tag= - Institute's website
Ivan Sache, 21 November 2014


Presbiterio Ricardo Luís Gutiérrez Tobón, Institución Educativa

image by Ivan Sache, 03 December 2014

Institución Educativa Marco Fidel Suárez was established in Belmira (Antioquia Department) by Resolution No. 1,471 of 20 February 2003, as the merger of Liceo Presbítero Ricardo Luís Gutiérrez Tobón and Escuela Urbana Integrada Marco Fidel Suárez, and renamed Institución Educativa Presbítero Ricardo Luís Gutiérrez Tobón by Resolution No. 7,260 of 20 September 2004.
The flag of the institute is horizontally divided blue-green by a yellow triangle placed along the hoist and reaching the midpoint of the fly.
The triangular fields represent stability and experience of knowledge. Yellow is a symbol of material resources, spirituality, creativity and knowledge.
Blue is a symbol of spirituality, harmony and peace. Green is a symbol of life, hope and natural environment.
Source: http://iepresbitero.edu.co/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=32:simbolos&catid=2:contenido-base&Itemid=143 - institute's website
Photos: http://www.iepresbitero.edu.co/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=34&Itemid=146
Ivan Sache, 03 December 2014


Principe San Carlos, Colegio

image by Ivan Sache, 9 November 2010

Colegio Principe San Carlos was founded, as Colegio Latinoamericano, on 1 February 195 in Bucaramanga (Department of Santander) by Jairo Garcia Cogollo and Nidia del Carmen. The institute took its present name on 6 December 1995 (Decree No. 323).
The flag of Colegio Principe San Carlos is described on the institute's website - with a color photo -, as made with the institute's corporate colors. The flag is divided blue-white by the descending diagonal, blue representing the teachers, their sincerity, joy and humility, and white representing the alumni, their purity, rightness and youth joy. Two equal vertical stripes are placed along the hoist, the first, green, symbolizing hope, faith, friendship and the constant quest of knowledge, and the second, yellow, symbolizing spiritual and moral resources, wisdom, force and vitality required for leadership.
Source: http://www.colegioprincipesancarlos.edu.co/acerca-de.php?seccion=simbolos
Ivan Sache
, 9 November 2010


Promoción Social, Institución Educativa

image by Ivan Sache, 02 September 2017

Institución Educativa Promoción Social originates in the school established in 1953 in Palermo (Huila) by the parish priest, Pebitero Horacio Cuéllar.

The flag of I.E. Promoción Social is modeled on the national flag, being vertically divided (2:1:1) yellow-blue-green.
The yellow stripe is a symbol of permanent education, which facilitates a bright future.
The blue stripe is a symbol of participatory democracy, as the basis of harmony and pacific coexistence.
The green stripe is a symbol of the principle of sustainable development, involving respect for the natural resources and their rational use.
Source: Institute's blog
Ivan Sache, 02 September 2017


Provenza, Institución Educativa

Institución Educativa Provenza is located in Bucaramanga. Founded in 1970, the institute was renamed in 1993 Concentración Escolar Provenza, in 1997 Colegio Básico Provenza, and, eventually, in 2004, Institución Educativa Provenza.
The flag of the institute is shown graphically on the institute's website as horizontally divided white-green-blue with the emblem of the institute in the green stripe. Photos taken during official flag ceremonies show that the website's drawing is erroneous:
- The stripe should not be of equal height but with respective proportions 1:1:2;
- The emblem should not be inscribed within the green stripe.
The best view of the flag can be seen on photos taken on 23 September 2008:
http://cid-08a28efee98ad9c3.photos.live.com/browse.aspx/.res/...........6534  (gallery)
http://cid-08a28efee98ad9c3.photos.live.com/self.aspx/.res/...........6923 (best photo).
Other galleries show the flag, for instance; http://cid-08a28efee98ad9c3.photos.live.com/browse.aspx/Izada...........raza^6 - 26 October 2010
http://cid-08a28efee98ad9c3.photos.live.com/browse.aspx/Izada............202010 - 20 July 2010
http://cid-08a28efee98ad9c3.photos.live.com/browse.aspx/Izada%20de%20bandera................maestro - 13 May 2009
http://cid-08a28efee98ad9c3.photos.live.com/browse.aspx/Izada%20de%20bandera................maestro - 14 November 2008
The emblem of the institute is a green-bordered shield divided blue-white by the ascending diagonal, six white Olympic rings in the blue half, a white open book outlined in black in the white half, around the shield the blue writing "COMPROMISIO" (Compromise, left), "CIENCIA" (Science, top), and "LIDERAZGO" (Leadership, right); the whole placed on a white disk with a circular border outlined in blue and charged with the green writing "INSTITUCION EDUCATIVA PROVENZA" (top) "BUCARAMANGA" (bottom). http://sites.google.com/site/institucioneprovenza/Home
On the flag, the book is brown instead of white.
Ivan Sache, 4 November 2010

At least, they show a flag that looks different. I'm not sure; I'd say that the flag goes further up the table, and also that it's not really hanging out at the bottom. I'd go for 2:1:3, I think. Note also neighbouring http://cid-08a28efee98ad9c3.photos.live.com/self.aspx/.res/.............6922, where a Columbian flag is in the same position. A flag with tilted arms, BTW, including a ring bearing lettering, though in a different font from the one we have). The emblem should be on the dividing line between green and blue, presumably in the centre of the flag. This specimen also has a green fringe.
Peter Hans van den Muijzenberg, 4 November 2010


Pueblo Nuevo, Institución Educativa

image by Ivan Sache, 07 August 2014

Institución Educativa Pueblo Nuevo was established in 1992 in Pueblo Nuevo borough, part of the municipality of Amalfi (Antioquia Department), as a secondary seat of Institución Educativa Presbítero Gerardo Montoya Montoya. Concentración Educativa Pueblo Nuevo was then established by Municipal Agreement No. 27 of 1 December 1995, and renamed Colegio Pueblo Nuevo by Municipal Agreement No. 24 of 2 December 1997.
The flag of the institute, designed in 1998 by Paula Marcela Velez and Paula Andrea Morales, is horizontally divided yellow-green. Yellow is a symbol of wealth and knowledge. Green is a symbol of mountains, hope and aspiration to peace.
Sources: http://contenidosamalfi.blogspot.fr/2010/05/institucines-educativas-de-amalfi.html - Institute's blog
http://www.iepueblonuevo.edu.co/images/slider/fondo_6.jpg - Photo, institute's website
Ivan Sache, 07 August 2014


Pueblo Regao, Centro Educativo

image by Ivan Sache, 03 November 2014

Centro Educativo Pueblo Regao is located in El Centro, part of the municipality of Barrancabermeja (Santander Department).
The flag of the institute is horizontally divided red-white-green. Along the hoist is placed a blue vertical stripe charged with six yellow stars arranged in a vertical row. Red is s a symbol of love, joy, and friendship. White is a symbol of peace, tenderness, harmony, and purity. Green is a symbol of hope, natural environment, and rural life. Blue is the colour of the student's uniform. The stars represent the different schools grouped into the institute.
Source: http://www.puebloregao.edu.co/principal/index.php/institucional/institucionales/bandera - Institute's website
Ivan Sache, 03 November 2014


Puerto Bogotá, Institución Educativa Departamental

image by Ivan Sache, 02 September 2017

Institución Educativa Departamental Puerto Bogotá is located in the borough of Puerto Bogotá, Guaduas (Cundinamarca).
The flag of I.E.D. Puerto Bogotá is horizontally divided white-blue.
Photo: http://puertobogotahoy.blogspot.fr/2012/11/simbolos-de-nuestra-institucion.html
Ivan Sache, 02 September 2017


Putumayo, Instituto Tecnológico del

"Instituto Tecnológico del Putumayo" (ITP) was created on 11 December 1989 (Law No. 65). ITP has its main seat in the town of Mocoa and a secondary one in the town of Sibundoy.
The flag of ITP is shown graphically and described on the ITP website. The flag and the emblem of ITP were adopted after a competition held at ITP and approved on 17 April 1996 (Decree No. 007). Designed by Luís Hernando Henao, the flag is rectangular, divided into two equal parts by a rainbow. The upper left part is sea blue while the lower part is green. The black letters "ITP" are placed in the middle of the flag. There is a small black border in the upper and lower parts of the flag.
The rainbow, also surrounding the emblem of ITP, represents the biodiversity obtained from light in its brightest colours. Blue represents the water resources of the region, green represents the abundant vegetation and the black stripes the mineral resources.
Detailed presentation of the symbols at <www.itp.edu.co>.
Ivan Sache, 19 December 2008