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Annual Report 2018-2019

Colegio San José Juventud Marinista 2018-2019

September 12, 2019 Feast of the Holy Name of Mary

Dear Colegio San José Family, This year the Society of Mary celebrates 200 years of commitment to education. It all began in Bordeaux, France with 15 students. Today, formal Marianist education reaches 5 continents and 24 countries in the world serving more than 112,000 students. In Puerto Rico we have been present in different educational projects for almost 90 years since the first Marianist arrived in Ponce. We, at Colegio San José, have been graced with the Marianist charism for over 80 of those years. As we celebrate such a significant milestone, we continue being thankful for the many blessings that we have received during those years and in particular during the past academic year, 2018-2019. God has granted us another excellent and vibrant academic year full of successes and achievements in all areas of our school for which we are grateful. The past two years have been full of challenges, as you well know, but one of the characteristics of Marianist Education is to educate for adaptation and change. Change is constant in our daily lives and it is something that we have no control over, we have to deal with it and make decisions that will help us adapt to the new situations. As you see in our summary of major purchases and repairs done during the past year, we continue developing our technological infrastructure, and purchasing lockers and school vehicles for our students. Many of these purchases and others are related to our

addition of the 6th grade two years ago. We have adapted to having a complete Middle School with about 50 extra students. We are now members of two sports leagues, with more sports teams and extracurricular activities. We have hired 5 additional teachers to continue differentiating the Middle School and High School. We extend our adaptation. In 2020 we will celebrate 100 years of Catholic Education in our building. As many of you know, the first school started in our premises was Academia San Agustin which then became St. Augustin Military Academy from 1926 until 1938 when the Society of Mary took over the school and changed the name to Colegio San José. Many changes have occurred during these years. We have always been sharing our heritage and forging the future. During these years, we have always educated students from all socioeconomic levels. Some have benefitted from our Student Aid Program that today helps financially about 70 of our 535 students. This program continues to be funded through the many activities that are organized by our PTSA and Alumni Office and from direct financial donations from the Marianist, Corporate sponsors, parents, alumni and friends of the Colegio. To all of whom I say again, Gracias!! In the name of the Marianist Community and our School Board, we thank you for your support and pray that you and your families be abundantly blessed. Bro. Francisco T. González, S.M., M.D. President


Colegio San José

Colegio San José Board of Director 2018-2019

Annual Report 2018-2019

Mrs. Aleida Arbona Torres Brother Reinaldo Berríos Rivera, S.M., Ed. D. Eng. Francisco Díaz Masso ‘84 Mr. Pedro Gerena Márquez, Esq. Bro. Francisco T. González Rivera , S.M., M.D. ‘74 Mr. Milton González Rosario ‘81 Eng. Manuel Hernández Moreda Eng. Ismael Isern Suárez Mr. Dacio Pasarell Colón ‘66 Mr. Marcel Pérez Graulau ‘82 Mr. Manuel Quintana Puente, Esq. Mr. Enrique F. Rivera Cebollero ‘97 Mr. Vicente Suárez Matienzo ‘86 Mr. Lester Toro Enriquez ‘92 Mrs. María Toro Enriquez

Support and Revenue

2018-2019

TUITION AND EDUCATIONAL REVENUES

Festival Gastronómico y del Vino Chefs:

$

4,575,579.00

341,550.00

358,300 .00

CONTRIBUTIONS FROM MARIANISTS

209,654.00

501,998.00

CONTRIBUTIONS FROM OUTSIDERS

538,082.00

449,848 .00

AUXILIARY ACTIVITIES

(STUDENT AID)

154,886.00

192,557.00

RENT OF FACILITIES

32,010.00

33,187.00

INTEREST EARNED

60,843.00

22,268.00

MISCELLANEOUS INCOME

53,196.00

23,116 .00

358,539.00

237,532.00

$ 6,333,166.00

$ 6,394,385.00

INSURANCE CLAIM INCOME

Expenses INSTRUCTIONAL AND STUDENT ACTIVITIES

Chef Aleida Arbona

Chef Eng. Manolo Hernández

Chef Miguel García

Chef Manolo Porro

Chef Eric Guzmán

Chef Dr. Juan “Cano” Salgado

CONTRIBUTIONS TO FUNDACIÓN COLEGIO SAN JOSE, INC.

Chef. Rafael Vega

GENERAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE

$

2,704,765.00

$

2,719,646.00

670,753.00

638,271.00

1,200,000.00

1,050,000.00

MAINTENANCE AND REPAIRS

521,087.00

603,286.00

DEPRECIATION AND AMORTIZATION

690,229.00

639,316.00

UTILITIES AND TRANSPORTATION

145,453.00

130,088.00

SECURITY

140,982.00

141,784.00

INSURANCE

126,269.00

74,532.00

$ 6,199,538.00

$ 5,996,923.00

TOTAL

Lechonera APA

4,584,406.00

CONTRIBUTIONS FROM FUNDACIÓN COLEGIO SAN JOSE, INC.

TOTAL

Rev. Oscar Vásquez, S.M.

$

2017-2018

2018-2019 Major Repairs, Fixtures and Equipments TECHNOLOGY-INFRASTRUCTURE AND EQUIPMENT

$

109,499.00

TABLE AND CHAIRS CAFETERIA

16,781.00

LOCKERS

35,122.00

FURNITURE AND FIXTURES-ACCOUNTING OFFICE

10,809.00

SHUTTERS

29,124.00

VEHICLES

117,935.00

CHAPEL FURNITURE AND FIXTURES

TOTAL

16,802.00

$

336,072.00


Athletic Achievements (2018-2019) VOLLEYBALL:

TABLE TENNIS:

Juvenil - 2nd place PRHSAA regular season -PRHSAA subchamps - Colegio del Carmen, St. Mary’s, Sagrado Corazón, St. Francis, Cupeyville and UHS tournament champs

BASKETBALL:

Mini - Colegio San Ignacio and Colegio San José tournament subchamps

Junior - 2nd place PRHSAA regular season - CPN, UHS and Perpetuo tournament champs - 2nd place Campeonato Nacional de Voleibol Escolar 2018 Varsity - PRHSAA subchamps - CPN, UHS and Cupeyville tournament champs

FOOTBALL:

Junior - 2nd place PRHSAA regular season - PRHSAA Champs - Marista, Baldwin, Colegio San Ignacio and CSJ tournament champs Varsity - 2nd place PRHSAA regular season - PRHSAA Subchamps - Baldwin and CSI tournament champs

CROSS COUNTRY:

Juvenil - 1 place PRHSAA regular season -PRHSAA Champs st

Junior - 1st place PRHSAA regular season -PRHSAA Champs Varsity - 1st place PRHSAA regular season -PRHSAA Champs - 1st place Invitacional Gallitos UPR

- 1st place PRHSAA regular season - PRHSAA Champs

Mini- CSJ tournament champs Juvenil - 1st place PRHSAA regular season - PRHSAA Subchamps - UHS, Montesori, AMA, Perpetuo and St. John’s y CSJ tournament champs Junior - PRHSAA Subchamps - AMA, Notre Dame, Perpetuo and CSJ tournament champs Varsity - PRHSAA Champs - Perpetuo, Montesori, Marista, Notre Dame, Colegio San Ignacio and CSJ tournament champs

INDOOR SOCCER:

Mini- St. Mary’s tournament champs Juvenil- St. Mary's tournament champs Junior- PRHSAA Champs - 1st place PRHSAA regular season - Baldwin, María Reina, Cupeyville, St. John’s and AMA tournament champs Varsity - PRHSAA Champs - CPN and CSI tournament champs

TRACK & FIELD:

Junior- 2nd place PRHSAA regular season

BASEBALL:

- PRHSAA Subchamps - 1st place PRHSAA regular season

SWIMMING:

Junior- PRHSAA Champs - 1st place PRHSAA regular season

ALUMNI FOOTBALL:

- Colegio Marista Alumni tournament champs

GOLF:

-1st place PRHSAA regular season

SPORTS AWARDS 2019


Senior Dinner 2019 Sponsors FAC 1968 1987 1977 2010 FAC FAC FAC 1996 1973 FAC 1990 1979 FAC FAC APE FAC 1975 1993 1991

Mrs. Ivonne Marie Álvarez Vicéns Mr. Pablo José Álvarez Muñoz Mr. Jaime A. Areizaga, Esq. Dr. Pablo Báez Chao Mr. Rafael Báez Montalvo Dr. José Balseiro Mrs. Sandra Belvis Mrs. Elsa Benítez Dr. Ramón H. Bermúdez Mr. Carlos E. Betancourt Betancourt Mr. Roberto Bustillo Hernández Mrs. Carmen Camacho Mr. Antonio J. Fernós Sagebien Mr. Roberto Garrote Arango Mrs. Yvonne M. Hernández Faure Mrs. Ana María Hernández Eng. Manuel F. Hernández Moreda Mr. Juan Iglesias Eng. Jorge Ledón Webster Mr. Francisco R. López Fernández Mr. Johnny Márquez Ruiz

1982 1970 APE 1966 1982 1969 1960 1963 1995 1982 1976 FAC 1944 FAC 2006 1986 APE 1960 1972 1977 1975 1987 APE

Mr. José A. Motta Escalona Mr. José A. Mulet Mrs. Daisy Oti Mr. Dacio Pasarell Colón Mr. Marcel André Pérez Graulau Mr. José Pla Mr. Enrique Pujals Mr. Rafael Quiñones Vigo, Esq. Mr. Roberto Carlos Ramos Torrens Mr. Wilberto Rivera Pérez Dr. William Rodríguez Cintrón Mrs. Christina Rogés Sabat Eng. José E. Rossi Mrs. Mercedes Segarra Mr. Carl-Axe Soderberg Narváez Mr. Vicente Suárez Matienzo Mrs. Lizbeth Toledo Mr. Héctor J. Torres Mr. Ángel O. Torres Irizarry Dr. Carlos R. Urrutia Santiago Dr. Iván Aníbal Vázquez Santiago Dr. Dennis Vélez Mr. Carlos Vélez


2019 Golf Tournament Sponsors PLATINUM ($10,000.00 +) COCA COLA

DIAMOND ($5,000.00-$9,999.99) MEDALLA LIGHT EL NUEVO DÍA

EMERALD ($3,000.00-$4,999.99) CRL TECHNOLOGIES, INC. FACCIOLA INTERNATIONAL PRINTING METROPOL PANAMERICAN GRAIN PARIS AUTO LA PENINSULA BAKERS OF PR VENTOR

RUBY ($2,000.00-$2,999.99) ALBORS DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION AQUA GULF TRANSPORT BANCO POPULAR DE PUERTO RICO BUNS BURGER SHOP DR. CARLOS CHÉVERE MOURIÑO FERRAIUOLI, LLC MARSH SALDAÑA MASS MUTUAL SISTEMA UNIVERSITARIO ANA G. MÉNDEZ

GOLD ($1,000.00-$1,999.99) ACOSTA & RAMÍREZ LAW OFFICE, CSP BAYSIDE GROUP CECIL PEDROSA PHOTOGRAPHY DESPIAU ASSOCIATES EMPRESAS DE GAS FIDEICOMISO J.R.A. Y G.F.S. DR. MIGUEL GARRATÓN MARTÍN MR. MILTON GONZÁLEZ ICONIC REALTY GROUP ITALIAN AWNINGS MAPFRE MEDIC BUS, LLMD PHM HEALTHCARE SOLUTIONS SMART INSURANCE AGENCY SUNWEST MORTGAGE UNIVERSAL INSURANCE WOMEN AND PARENTAL CARE OF PUERTO RICO

Rey Vega ‘92, Tito Vázquez ‘92, Luismi Jové ‘92 and Carlos “Chui” Rivera ‘92 Carlos Chevere ‘07 and Mario Paredes ‘07

Gabriel González ‘06, Enrique “Pancho” Rivera ‘97, Roberto Matos ‘19 and José R. Matos Carlos Rivera ‘96 and Joaquín Arbona ‘98

RED ($ 500.00-$999.99) ALCHAVO.COM CPM DR. BOUET UROLOGY MMM HOLDINGS PELLOT-GONZÁLEZ TAX ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS LAW PR COMPUTER XTREME TECH

Bro. Francisco González ‘74, Fernando Delgado ‘07, Carlos Urrutia ‘77, Dacio Pasarell ‘66, Andrés “Gordo” Ortiz ‘25, Felix Bello ‘17 and Felix “Tato” Bello Bro. Francisco González ‘74 and Heri Jové ‘66

“CARTITOS” ($25.00-$499.99) ANTILLES INSURANCE AGENCY MR. DANIEL FONT, ESQ. GREEN ENGINEERING GROUP, PSC

Bro. Francisco González ‘74, Jorge Quiñones ‘98, Marcos Cordero ‘98, Rafael “Yiyo” Vega ‘05 and Adrián Vega ‘08 Gilberto Millán , Gilberto Millán ‘14 and Rafael Báez ‘77


LOYAL CHAMINADE ($100,000.00 +) Marianist Province of the United States MARIANISTA ($50,000.00 - $99,999.99) $9,999.99) Grupo SM Fundación SM P.T.S.A. 2018-2019

1966 1955 1982

CONQUISTADOR ($25,000.00 - $49,999.99)

1979

Sucesión Diego Suárez Sánchez

1992 1972

PLATINUM ($10,000.00 - $24,999.99) 1984 1982

Clase 2018 Coca Cola Bottlers of PR, Inc. Eng. Francisco R. Díaz Masso Mr. Carlos A. Unanue López

GOLD ($5,000.00 - $9,999.99) 1977 1968 1992 1956 1965 1968

1982 1998

RED ($500.00 - $999.99)

Dr. Rafael Báez Rivera Dr. Carlos Chevere Mouriño Fideicomiso José Ramón Álvarez & Gloria Figueras Dr. Roberto Hernández Orsini Restaurant Metropol Mr. Miguel Sabater Ruiz Mrs. Virginia Suárez Dr. Raymond Vergne Mr. Charles Masters and Mrs. Sandra Rodríguez

2003

CPV55 1987 1966 1990 1977 1975 1987

SILVER ($1,000.00 - $4,999.99) 2019 2010

Mr. Daniel Báez Montalvo Mr. Rafael Báez Montalvo Dr. Yocasta Brugal Clase 1987 Anónimo Fundación Vila-Biaggi

COCTEL DE AGRADECIMIENTO

Jessica and Milton González ‘81 and Héctor González

Mr. Carlos Garriga Blanco Herrans and Partners Mr. Dacio Pasarell Eng. Fernando Pujals Dr. Rafael E. Ramírez Díaz Mr. Wilberto Rivera Pérez ROC-RSM Auditors Dr. Luis A. Sánchez Fernández Mrs. Maria M. Toro Enriquez Mr. Lester A. Toro Enriquez Mr. Ángel O. Torres Irizarry Tote Maritime Agency PR Mr. José Jaime Vélez Martínez Dr. Marcial Walker Dr. Emanuel Warrington Colón

1944

Dr. José Eduardo Arias Berríos Mrs. Jessica Bartolomei Dr. Ramón H. Bermúdez Mr. Alberto Estrella Conesa, Esq. Mr. José A. Fernández Carmona Mr. Antonio J. Fernós Sagebien Mrs. Yvonne Marie Hernández Faure Mr. José A. Jiménez Emanuelli Eng. Jorge Ledón Webster Moon Sail Capital Mr. Gerardo Mujica Nazario Our Lady Of Pillar Mens Club Pita Auto Sale Corp Eng. José E. Rossi

FRIEND (up to $499.00) 1970 1988 1960

Fr. Jaime H. Acevedo Cruz Mr. Félix M. Álvarez Jackson Mr. Luis A. Amoros, Esq.

Carlé ‘96 and Celine Betancourt and Carla Capó

Dacio Pasarell ’66, Francisco Díaz ‘84 and Nadji Kohury


DONORS 1987 1987 1950 1982 1982 1982 1953

1983 1978 1968 1988 1982 1988 1982 1982 2001 1982 1982 1975 1962 1961 1987

1952 1976

Mr. Jaime A. Areizaga Soto, Esq. Eng. Iván Arzola González Mr. Saturnino Betancourt Mr. Eduardo Bhatia, Esq. Mr. Juan Bolet Mr. Manuel Bou Díaz Mr. Manuel Casellas Jovet Clase 1988 Mr. Edwin Colberg Mr. Baldomero Collazo Torres, Esq. Dr. Hugo Cordova de la Hoz Cox Automotive, Inc. Mr. Juan R. Cruz Mr. Sandy Cruz Berio Mr. Valentín Cruz Pérez Mr. Luis Cuerda Pérez Mr. and Mrs. Scott Davidson Mr. Jorge de Jesús del Valle, Esq. Mr. Julio del Río Mr. Víctor Díaz Paunetto Mr. Sinesio Díaz Vicéns Mr. José J. Escudero Irizarry Mr. Eduardo Fadhel Castellvi Dr. Alfredo J. Fernández Domenech Mr. Guillermo Gándara Dr. Luis García Mr. Pedro Gerena Márquez, Esq. Mr. José Green Mr. Guillermo J. Guerrero Mr. Juan José Hernández López de Victoria Eng. Mario A. Hidalgo Rodríguez Mr. José I. Irizarry Dr. Francisco Jaume Anselmi Mr. Eduardo Jimenez Emanuelli

Manolo Hernández, Manolo Martínez ‘68 and Vicente Suárez ‘86

1987 1982 1987 1987 1987 1982 1970 1962 1982 1982 1982 1982 1984 1984 1962 1987 2007 1987 1982 1982 2014 1982 2012 1966 1987 1982 1982

Mr. Alberto J. Lastra Power Mr. Juan R. Lloveras Mrs. Marilola Martínez Mr. José Agustín Medina Menéndez Mr. Juan Mongil Martínez Mrs. Dalia Montalvo Dr. Jaime L. Montilla Soler Mr. Luis M. Morera Pérez, Esq. Mr. José A. Motta Escalona Mr. José A. Mulet Mr. Carlos Muñoz Colberg Mr. José L. Nieto Mingo, Esq. Mr. Juan Manuel Orcera Siñeriz Mr. Vicente Pardo Mr. Plinio Pérez Mr. Marcel André Pérez Graulau Mr. Jaime Pericas Mr. Mariano Pineda Castellvi Mr. José Osvaldo Pinto González Dr. Hugo Poza Mr. Gabriel E. Prieto López Mr. Alexis Ramos Vázquez Mr. Ernesto Riefkohl Mr. Adrián Rivera Cebollero Mr. Reinaldo Rivera Cestero Mr. Jaime A. Rivera Colón Mr. José Joaquín Rodríguez Cordero Schawb Charitable Fund Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Tomeczko Mr. Ángel T. Vázquez Arbelo Mr. Wallace Vázquez Sanabria, Esq. Dr. Dennis Vélez Mrs. Marilú Vicéns Mr. Manuel Viota García Mr. Thomas Von-Hillebrandt

Zelideth Lugo, Yvonne Hernández, Ana Hernández, Juan Iglesias and Fernando Delgado ‘07

Bro. Francisco González ‘74 and Dacio Pasarell ‘66


University Admis American University Assumption College Babson College Barry University Bentley University Berklee School of Music Boston College Boston University Bryant University Carnegie Mellon University Case Western Reserve University Catholic University of America Clark University Clarkson University Columbia College, Chicago Conservatorio de MĂşsica de Puerto Rico De Paul University Drexel University Duquesne University Eastern Kentucky University Embry Riddle University- Daytona Campus Emory University Endicott College Florida Atlantic University Florida International University Florida Institute of Technology Florida State University Fordham University Gannon University

George Mason University Georgia Institute of Technology George Washington University Haverford College Hofstra University Illinois Istitute of Technology Indiana University-East Indiana University-Bloomington Indiana University- Purdue U., Indianapolis Iona College Iowa State University Johns Hopkins University Johnson and Wales- Rhode Island La Salle University Louisiana State University A&M Loyola University, Chicago Loyola University, Maryland Loyola University New Orleans Lynn University Miami University Manhattan College Manhattanville College Marquette University Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Michigan State University Middle Tennessee State University New College of Florida New York University North Carolina State University- Charlotte

Statistics, Senior Class 2019 * 55 students out of 80 (69%) CSJ seniors received 294 stateside university acceptances from 106 universities. * 1 student out of 80 CSJ seniors received an International university acceptance. * 70 students out of 80 (88%) CSJ seniors received University of Puerto Rico System acceptances. * 32 students out of 80 (40%) of the senior class, have decided to continue their college education in stateside universities. * 47 students out of 80 (60%) of the CSJ senior class, have decided to continue their college education in Puerto Rico. * 22 CSJ seniors (28%of the class) have notified a total of $6,644,878.00 in academic scholarships from stateside universities.


sions Class 2019 North Carolina State University- Greensboro Northeastern University Norwich University Nova Southeastern University Ohio State University Oregon State University Pace University Penn State University-University Park Campus Penn State U.- Erie Campus Politechnic University of Puerto Rico Pontificia Universidad Católica de Ponce Pontificia Univ. Madre y Maestra-Republica Dominicana Pratt Institute Providence College Purdue University Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Rochester Institute of Technology Rollins College Sacred Heart University Saint John’s University Saint Joseph’s University Saint Leo University St. Louis University Savannah College Art and Design St. Mary’s University Stetson University Syracuse University Temple University Universidad Interamericana- Escuela de Aeronáutica e Ingeniería

Universidad Interamericana- Metro Universidad de Puerto Rico- Bayamón Universidad de Puerto Rico- Mayagüez Universidad de Puerto Rico – Río Piedras Universidad del Sagrado Corazón University of Central Florida University of Connecticut University of Dayton University of Delaware University of Denver University of Florida University of Illinois- Chicago University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign University of Miami University of Michigan University of North Carolina- Chapel Hill University of North Florida University of Notre Dame University of Pittsburgh University of Rochester University of South Florida University of Tampa University of Wisconsin- Madison Villanova University West Virginia University Wheaton College, Massachusetts Worcester Polytechnic Institute Xavier University

SPECIAL AWARDS 2019 GRADUATION

CLASS 2019 TOP THREE AVERAGES

Javier Romanelli, Roberto Matos y Juan Falcón


Activities 2018-2019 FESTIVAL DE LAS ARTES

ROSARIO VIVIENTE

FESTIVAL GASTRONÓMICO Y DEL VINO


FUNDACIÓN CAP ACTIVITY

SPORTS

TARDES MUSICALES


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CONTRIBUTORS: Yvonne Marie Hernández Faure, Editor; Bro. Francisco T. González, President; Mrs. Marilola Martínez,

Finance Director; Mrs. Christina Rogés, Alumni & Development Office; Mr. Cecil Pedrosa, Photography

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