About Us

GSD Values

  1. We provide quality education at the different stages of life. In this way, we shape citizens who are committed to improving society and are equipped with the best intellectual and competency-based tools to flourish in their professional and academic pursuits.
  2. We create, maintain, and improve respectable, sustainable, and ethical employment in the context of cooperativism and the Social Economy.
  3. We also include other related and complementary business lines within our social purpose, always striving for excellence.

  1. To be leaders in the Social Economy, being renowned for our dynamism, innovation, job creation, and transforming nature.
  2. To be the best educational institution, offering excellent comprehensive education and socially responsible management.
  3. To consolidate complementary business lines that are self-sufficient and boost the cooperative’s development.

  • Honesty-Ethics
    We aim for all our professional and business actions to align with these values.
  • Solidarity-Commitment
    We strive to build social networks that promote collaboration between companies and individuals through constructive critical thinking for a better society.
  • Respect-Equality
    We accept the different ideas, beliefs, and actions of other people with no discrimination of any kind, always within the framework of Human Rights.
  • Democracy-Transparency
    We seek to inform members of the cooperative about the company’s fundamental aspects in a clear and straightforward manner, so that they can participate, vote responsibly, and play a role in the destiny of Gredos San Diego.
  • Work-Resilience
    We believe in effort as the driving force of development and persistence when faced with challenges, in order to sustain and launch the cooperative into the future.

Cooperative principles
  1. Voluntary and open membership.
  2. Democratic member control.
  3. Members’ economic participation.
  4. Autonomy and independence.
  5. Education, training and information.
  6. Cooperation among cooperatives.
  7. Concern for community.
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