Winter holidays 2024: which schools will have a three-week break and when they start

Winter holidays 2024: which schools will have a three-week break and when they start
Winter holidays 2024: which schools will have a three-week break and when they start

The first semester of studies in the different schools and high schools in the country is coming to an end, which is why the students will soon begin their well-deserved winter holidays 2024.

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This break, which occurs during the coldest months of the year, It is usually used by minors to restgo out and do endless activities and panoramas in your free time.

He Ministry of Education (Mineduc) A couple of months ago he already announced the dates on which the country’s students will have their respective winter break.

In that sense, the majority of students from the different educational establishments in Chile will have their vacations from Next June 24th until July 5th, returning to classes on the 8th of the same month. Nevertheless, There are some schools that will have a total of 3 weeks of break and not 2 like the vast majority.

Winter holidays 2024: Which schools will have a 3-week break?

Specifically, as specified by the Ministry of Education, the Schools that are within two regions of the country will have a total of 3 weeks of vacation of winter. Below is the detail:

  • Colleges of the Aysen region: from Monday, July 8 to Monday, July 29.
  • Colleges of the Magellan region: from Monday, July 1 to Monday, July 22.

It should be noted that the dates established by the Mineduc were defined taking into account the meteorological conditions that will be in the aforementioned areas during the holiday period.

Meanwhile, in the educational establishments of the other regions of the country, for the most part, the academic break lasts two weeks (check here region by region).

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