Anunciamos cambios en nuestra organización por la evolución y crecimiento de nuestra escuela, tenemos un nuevo logotipo y nombre que nos identifican más a nuestro campo. Buscamos la calidad máxima en la enseñanza del Idioma Español.
El nuevo diseño representa un esfuerzo por parte de todos para marcar una nueva etapa en nuestra historia.
El nuevo nombre es: SISAI acrónimo de Sistema Académico Intercultural.
El nuevo logo: Representa el árbol sagrado de los mayas siendo La Ceiba. En la imagen se concibe el pensamiento maya sobre el inframundo, el mundo y el supra mundo.
We’d like to announce some changes in our organization. For the evolution and growth of our school, we have a new logo and name that identify more with what we stand for. The new design represents an effort on our part to mark a new phase in our story.
He have changed the name from JUAN SISAY to SISAI, an acronym for Intercultural Academic System. (Sistema Académico Intercultural)
The new logo represents the tree sacred to the mayans, the Cieba. The image conveys the Mayan belief of the underworld, the world and the heavens.
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