El sueño de Charly de formar una cooperativa y dirigir el colegio Príncipe Carlos fracasa. Jorquera, que sigue siendo el dueño del colegio, se lo vende a la Fundación Los Cóndores, que implementará cambios drásticos en la educación de los alumnos. Con desilusión se da cuenta que el anhelo de construir un liceo con un proyecto que ponga como prioridad una educación de calidad para sus alumnos se esfuma repentinamente. Charly solicita negociar con la dirección su propia permanencia en el liceo, de esa manera y al poco tiempo se da cuenta que la venta del colegio esconde una doble intención. La esperanza de sacar a sus chicos adelante es cada vez más lejana.
Charly’s dream to form a cooperative and be the director of Príncipe Carlos School fails. Jorquera, who still owns the school, sells it to Los Cóndores Foundation, which will introduce a major switch in the student’s education. Disappointed, he realizes his desire to create a school with a project that has quality education for its students as a priority, suddenly vanishes. Charly requests to negotiate his continuity in the school with its management and soon he realizes the school’s selling hides an ulterior motive. The hope to get his students ahead seems more and more further away. At moments he feels alone and devastated. However, he finds in Isabel, who is part of the new administration, a friend and an allied. She is the person who will manage to get to know and to support the students emotionally in a kind of “confessional”, where they let out their most intimate revelations. In this search “to get the kids ahead”, Charly finds love. Lucía is an old school mate that fate has brought back. As a paramedic, Lucía has had to face the darkest side of the neighbourhood where she works. However, the worst is yet to come and she will have to face a painful and close reality that will put their relationship in check.