Coord. Non-Sports Matters and Social Responsibility

Lucrecia Brenes

Graduated in Preschool Education from the Universidad Latina de Costa Rica.
I am in charge of the coordination of Social Responsibility projects in which the School participates; one of the most relevant is “Regalando Sonrisas”. Additionally, I handle everything related to the elective subjects, that are not of the sports area. I am responsible for the The Wolves Cheerleading team, I have had the privilege of accompanying them in the last three Cheerleading Championships in Orlando, Florida.

Profesor de Taekwondo

Andrey Hernández

I am a graduate in Physical Education from the Universidad Autónoma de Centroamérica. I have 5 years of experience in education, I am currently a primary school teacher. Additionally, I have an E Taekwondo License granted by the ICODER, with more than 16 years of practice and 11 years of being a black belt and currently 4th National Dan.

Physical Education Teacher

Adolfo Centeno

I have a degree in Physical Education from Florencio del Castillo University, I have 2 years of experience in Education and 5 years as a soccer coach with a Federative license from FEDEFUTBOL. I have worked with teams such as UCR, Uruguay de Coronado and currently in Liga Deportiva Alajuelense; I specialize in the formation of early ages of 4 years and older focused on soccer. In the educational part my specialty is the small ages as Preschool and Primary, besides working in sports such as basketball and handball. I feel very proud to belong to the Saint Gregory family.

Art Teacher

Marianella Quesada

I studied Plastic Arts at the Casa del Artista School where I made community exhibitions with works of art made in oil technique and I aspire to do them as a solo artist.
I consider myself a person with a lot of creativity, calm, tolerant, orderly and very cooperative.
Currently I work as an artist in oil paintings and as an art teacher in Saint Gregory, I love teaching and transmitting what I know.

IT Teacher

Kevin Quesada Arias

I have a degree in Systems Engineering from the UAM, a Technical Degree in Programming. Currently studying for a master’s Degree in Education with a specialization in TICs in Education, UNINI Mexico and Universidad Europea del Atlántico.
I have been working at Saint Gregory for more than 5 years, where I have worked as an IT professor. Classes from Nursery to Eleventh grade and Programming teacher. Additionally, I am in charge of the Technology department, Cloud Campus administrator and provide support in the Progrentis Mentor Program.
I am a musician, I have played bass for 8 years. I love reading, among my favorite books and authors are: The Bible, John Maxwell, J.R.R. Tolkien and J.K. Rowling. I collect Scout badges and scarves (I was an active member for 11 years) and I also collect scale BMW cars.


Alonso Camacho

I am a graduate in Physical Education at the Autonomous University of Central America, currently pursuing a master’s degree in Educational Administration, as well as a basketball coach with an International Category B License granted by the Costa Rican Basketball Federation, with four years of experience as a coach in that discipline from school categories , even university.

Music teacher

Luis Solano

I have a Post Graduate Degree in Music with an emphasis in teaching and execution of the transverse flute, graduated from the National University of Costa Rica, I have received master classes with internationally renowned flutists such as Sergio Pallottelli (Italy), Michelle Bellavance (Switzerland) Eldred Spell (USA) ) and Nestor Torres (Puerto Rico), I have been a musician at the Youth Symphonic Band of the National Institute of Music and guest musician of Heredia´s Concert Band with which I have performed in the most important concert halls of Costa Rica such as the National Theater,  the Mélico Salazar Theater and the National Auditorium.

I have also complemented my studies in academic music with approaches to Jazz, improvisation and popular music under the tutelage of M.M. Luis Monge Fernandez and M.M. Tupac Ulloa Valverde.

As an educator, I have extensive experience in handling experimental ensembles, marching band and handling Dalcroze methodology for the teaching of music at an early age.


Valeria Chavarría Rivera

I am currently studying Pre-Hospital Emergencies and Rescues, apart from that I am a dancer and flutist. I started training for ballet when I was 2 years old. I was part of a group of typical Costa Rican Folklore called Batsù Folkloric Projection during my school period and then over the years I started to train in Jazz, Hip Hop, Latin Rhythms and Ballroom. I have attended several national and international art festivals such as the “Festicers Les Enfants du Monde” in France and the FEA in Costa Rica, also dance competitions, congresses and presentations in various theaters in our country.

My goal is to bring art to as many children and young people as possible, teach them that through music and dance people can acquire discipline and motivation; they can express different feelings and above all, show them that they can, in a physical and mental way, develop many skills. It would be a tool where they can balance their lives and find a way to cope with difficult situations in case they were presented, avoiding to find other exits in these situations.


William Joseph Rojas Sánchez

I am a professional in Human Movement Sciences (Physical Education), from the University of Costa Rica. I have experience as a cheerleader coach, artistic gymnastics (male and female) and first aid knowledge. In addition, I work as a plant instructor and personal trainer in fitness centers (gyms). My favorite hobbies are practicing gymnastics, cheerleading, cycling and martial arts.