Grades of 2023: Province by province, when classes start across the country

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School year 2023in most Argentine provinces, it will start on Wednesday 1st Marchadhering to the proposal of the national government, with the aim of guaranteeing 190 minimum days of lessons, while, in the other cases, they will start in February.

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However, in the kindergartens the teaching activity will begin February 1st and its completion will be December 29 and, as regards the High school educationThey will return to school on March 13th and will end on November 24th.

Subsequently, the beginning of the school year, province by province.

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  • City of Buenos Aires: Monday 27 February
  • Chaco: Monday 27 February
  • Chubut: Monday 27 February
  • Córdoba: Monday 27 February
  • Entre Ríos: Monday 27 February
  • Formosa: Monday 27 February
  • Mendoza: Monday 27 February
  • Río Negro: Monday 27 February
  • San Luigi: Monday 27 February
  • Santa Cruz: Monday 27 February
  • Corrientes: Tuesday 28 February
  • Province of Buenos Aires: Wednesday 1st March
  • Catamarca: Wednesday 1st March
  • Jujuy: Wednesday 1 March
  • The Pampas: Wednesday 1st March
  • Missions: Wednesday March 1st
  • Neuquén: Wednesday 1st March
  • Salto: Wednesday 1st March
  • San Juan: Wednesday March 1st
  • Santa Fe: Wednesday March 1st
  • Santiago del Estero: Wednesday 1 March
  • Tierra del Fuego: Wednesday 1 March
  • Tucumán: Wednesday March 1st
  • La Rioja: Thursday 2 March
Back to classes 2023. Photo: JUAN JOSE GARCIA

Back to classes 2023. Photo: JUAN JOSE GARCIA

When does the winter holidays start?

  • City of Buenos Aires: from 17 to 28 July
  • Chaco: from 17 to 28 July
  • Chubut: from 17 to 28 July
  • Cordoba: from 10 to 21 July
  • Entre Ríos: from 10 to 21 July
  • Formosa: from 10 to 21 July
  • Mendoza: from 10 to 21 July
  • Río Negro: from 10 to 21 July
  • Saint Louis: from 10 to 21 July
  • Santa Cruz: from 17 to 28 July
  • Corrientes: from 10 to 21 July
  • Province of Buenos Aires: from 17 to 28 July
  • Catamarca: from 11 to 22 July
  • Jujuy: from 17 to 28 July
  • The Pampa: from 10 to 21 July
  • Missions: from 10 to 21 July
  • Neuquén: from 10 to 21 July
  • Skip: July 10 to 21
  • San Juan: not yet confirmed
  • Santa Fe: not yet confirmed
  • Santiago del Estero: not yet confirmed
  • Tierra del Fuego: not yet confirmed
  • Tucumán: from 17 to 28 July
  • La Rioja: Thursday 2 March

Source: Clarin

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