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First of all Colombian people usually attend private school if at all possible Its pretty expensive sometimes but the Colombians prefer it because public education isnt very good at all Only the people who cant afford the pension go to public schools In Colombia there are just as many grades as in the States only they go by different numbers There is no 12th grade in Colombian schools but they have an intermediate grade transition between kindergarten and first grade So it all balances out At least in private schools everyone goes to the same school from pre-scholars to 11th graders Students catch their buses at around 600 to 630 Unlike the buses in the USA most schools dont use the yellow cheesewagon They use public buses which are usually some shade of green They all have different interiors so depending on which bus you take within the same school you have a bus with curtains comfortable seats radios and tinted windows and buses with plastic coverings on chairs broken radios and windows with mildew growing on them So being on a good bus is important to students Friends compare buses and rejoice when they get a good one When they dont too bad After you get on the bus its a big thing to say Buenos Dias to the driver If you dont it is considered extremely rude Teachers usually 2 or 3 get on the bus as supervisors And you can really catch it if they see you getting on the bus without saying hello They sit on the front of the bus and assign seats to people If you talk to much to the front and be prepared to sit with the little ones If you dont give the teachers any problems you are free to sit in the back Most of the time the little ones pre-school to 3rd grade sit in the front
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