Educational institution founded on the initiative of the Indian Manuel Suárez, now in disuse.
It has two symmetrical buildings, with a rectangular plan and a single height, arranged facing each other around a central courtyard, with a third building of two heights flanking that courtyard. The predominant style is the Asturian regionalist, although there are baroque touches.
In the two buildings facing each other, the same façade scheme is repeated, with alternation of large lintel openings flanking three small intermediate windows. In the center of each façade there is an access opening, flanked by Tuscan columns, and on which there is a Baroque style pediment in which the coat of arms of Republican Spain is represented, with a mural crown.