Schools in Guadalajara

The populated city of Guadalajara offers public and private institutions. It has more than 1650 education centers to satisfy the educational demand of its population.

The UAG offers all levels of education starting with pre-school all the way to graduate school. It has two campuses, Campus Santa Anita: pre-school, elementary, Jr. High, and High School. Campus Lomas del Valle: Elementary, Jr. High, High School, and mixed female and male military schools.

It also has business, social sciences, health science, technology and design.

Enciclopedia de los Municipios de Mexico,

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