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San Pedro Garza García
San Pedro Garza García
(also known as San Pedro or Garza García) is a city-municipality of the Mexican state of Nuevo León
Nuevo León
and part of the Monterrey
Monterrey
Metropolitan area. It is a contemporary commercial suburb of the larger metropolitan city of Monterrey
Monterrey
between Puente de la Unidad and the Alfa Planetarium, including areas surrounding Calzada del Valle/Calzada San Pedro. Cerro de Chipinque
Cerro de Chipinque
and Chipinque Ecological Park [1] are notable aspects of the city. The city hosts the headquarters of corporations such as ALFA, Cemex, Gamesa, Vitro, Pyosa, Softtek The Home Depot México,[2] and Cydsa. With a population of 121,977 (city) and 122,009 (municipality) at the 2005 census, it is the seventh-largest city and eighth-largest municipality in Nuevo León.

Contents

1 Geography 2 Government 3 Education

3.1 Higher education 3.2 Primary and secondary education 3.3 Miscellaneous education

4 Notable residents 5 Sister City 6 References 7 External links

Geography[edit] The municipality has an area of 69.4 km² (26.8 sq mi) and is almost entirely urban, lying adjacent to the southwest side of Monterrey. It sits in a valley surrounded by mountains; most notably La Loma Larga and Sierra Madre Oriental. Government[edit] The current[update] Municipal President (Mayor) of San Pedro is Mauricio Fernandez Garza[3] representing the National Action Party (PAN). In 1596 was the founding of San Pedro Garza Garcia. The land was converted into a large plantation called "Los Nogales", where crops like corn, wheat, beans, and many other foods were produced. During the 18th century, the plantation often went by the name of "San Pedro", in honor of Saint Peter. The city was not elevated to the status of "Villa" (Village) until December 14, 1882, when it was given the name Garza García, in honor of the governor of Nuevo León, Genaro Garza García. It was not until 1988 that the mayor at the time, Alejandro Chapa Salazar gave the city its current name, adding the reference to what it was called centuries before. Education[edit] Higher education[edit] The city is home to the Catholic university, Universidad de Monterrey (UDEM), which offers bachelor's degree and master's degree programs. The Instituto Tecnológico de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey
Monterrey
(ITESM) has two of its graduate schools in San Pedro. The Escuela de Graduados en Administración y Dirección de Empresas (EGADE), ITSEM's Graduate School of Business, and the Escuela de Graduados en Administración y Política Pública (EGAP), the Graduate School of Politics and Public Administration. Both campuses are located in Valle Oriente. There are no public universities in San Pedro.[4] Primary and secondary education[edit] San Pedro has 40 public pre-schools, elementary schools, middle schools, and high schools. The city also has 39 private schools. However, whereas public schools only offer one type of education (e.g. only middle school, or only elementary school), private schools offer multiple types (mostly K-9th and K-12). If counted individually by type of education offered, private schools function as 88 different schools, more than twice the number of public schools.[4] Some examples of notable private schools in San Pedro are the American Institute of Monterrey, Bachillerato Anáhuac Campus Monterrey, Centro de Educación y Cultura del Valle, S.C. (CECVAC), Colegio Inglés, Instituto Anglia, Instituto Brillamont, Instituto Irlandés, Instituto Mater, Instituto San Roberto, and Liceo de Monterrey. Miscellaneous education[edit] The Asociacion Regiomontana de Lengua Japonesa A.C., a part-time Japanese school, is in Garza García.[5] Notable residents[edit]

Maria L. de Hernández (1896–1986), Mexican-American rights activist, was born in San Pedro Garza García.[6] José Antonio Fernández Carbajal, notable businessman Lorenzo Zambrano, notable businessman

Sister City[edit] San Pedro Garza García
San Pedro Garza García
has one sister city.:[7]

- Plano, Texas, USA

References[edit]

Mexico
Mexico
portal

^ "Parque Ecologico Chipinique". Chipinque.org.mx (in Spanish). Retrieved 4 December 2013.  ^ "Home Depot". Homedepot.com.mx. Retrieved 4 December 2013.  ^ "Municipio de San Pedro Garza Garcia". Sanpedro.gob.mx (in Spanish). Retrieved 4 December 2013.  ^ a b "Sistema Nacional de Información de Escuelas". Snie.sep.gob.mx. Retrieved 2017-07-15.  ^ "中南米の補習授業校一覧(平成25年4月15日現在)" (Archive). Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT). Retrieved on May 10, 2014. ^ Orozco, Cynthia E. "Hernandez, Maria L. de". Texas
Texas
State Historical Association. Retrieved June 16, 2012.  ^ "Interactive City Directory". Sister-cities.org. Retrieved 2017-07-15. 

External links[edit]

(in Spanish) San Pedro Municipal Website (in Spanish) Nuevo León
Nuevo León
Enciclopedia de los Municipios de México

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Monterrey
Monterrey
Metropolitan Area

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Monterrey
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