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San Miguel, Buenos Aires, Argentina
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The Colegio Máximo de San José (English: Maximum College of St. Joseph) is a Jesuit religious college in San Miguel, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Pope Francis studied in it during his youth.
Colegio Máximo de San José Wikipedia
When the Jesuits first established in San Miguel, they bought a terrain of 36 hs. and established a school in it. The terms "Colegio máximo" ("Maximum College") is an internal standard in the Society of Jesus for schools of philosophy and theology, the most important studies in a Jesuit's career. It was established in 1932, with the approval of the Vatican. The degrees of philosophy and theology have civil value since 1967 and 1968.