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Eugenio Guerra Cruz
- Puerto Rico Department of Education, PR
- Rating 3.6 out of 5 10 reviews
Niche User: Its a privileged to graduated from "ECEDAO", as we refer, because it takes desire, discipline and courage to maintain the balance between academics and sport. "ECEDAO" should be the first option for anyone who see themselves studying and doing sports for a scholarship at a University, because they prepare you for it. Right now, Im studying Mechanical Engineering at UPR in Mayaguez and at the same time Im one of their athletes. I wouldn't be able to make the balance between sports and academics if it wasn't for me being from "ECEDAO"...The only thing I would change is the food. I think they should have a specialized menu for the school to ensure the maximum performance of their student-athletes, because we need more vital nutrients and minerals than the average person. Still, the fact that "ECEDAO" is a public school it restrict the menu from mornings and afternoon from a normal public school, which it shouldn't be, because it is a sport specialized school...
- 307 Students
- 7:1 Student-Teacher Ratio