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American International School in Quito, Ecuador for K-12 with IB Primary School and IB Diploma Programs.
The American Community Schools (ACS) in London are located in three popular expat suburbs on London -- Cobham, Hillingdon and Egham. All offer the IB Diploma, door-to-door busing systems and have beautiful campuses.
Private, K-12 school in Quito, Ecuador. Offers US style of education to students who come from a large variety of professional and cultural backgrounds.
The American School of Paris has more than 800 international students and offers an American education for grades K-12. Located in the Western suburbs.
The American School of Quito has over 2,000 students from Pre-K through 12th Grade. This American School offers IB Diploma and Middle Years programs.
Balboa Academy is a private, non-profit day school offering American College prep education for pre-K through 12th grade.
German Humboldt school in Guayaquil, Ecuador. Private. Offers IB Diploma.
Colegio Experimental Britanico Internacional is a preschool through 12th Grade school that offers the IB Middle Years and Primary Years program.
Colegio Menor San Francisco de Quito is a private, bilingual school affiliated with the Universidad San Francisco de Quito. For preschool through 12th grade, this school boasts state of the art facilities, full sports and art programs and more.
EPIM is a Bilingual Nursery and Primary School in Marseille and Aix-en-Provence.
The International School of Paris is the only English speaking school in France to offer all three IB programs.
SEK Los Valles is located in Cumbaya, Quito and offers international and bilingual education for K-12.
Located in San Isidro de El Inca (approximately 30 minutes from Quito city center), SEK - Quito International School offers K-12 education for international and local students. Offers IB Diploma program.
Southbank International School has three campuses in London - Hampstead, Kensingston and Westminster. Southbank Hampstead and Southbank Kensington are for students ages 3 through 11. Southbank Westminster is for students ages 11 through 18. Southbank offers all three IB programmes - Primary, Middle and Diploma.
TASIS, The American School in England, offers boarding and day-school. Situated on a 35-acre campus some 18 miles from central London, the school offers early childhood, lower school, middle school and an upper school programme.
The American School in David, Panama offers preschool through 9th grade classes in English.
The American School in London offers a lower, middle and high school programme on a modern, purpose-built complex in St. John's Wood in north-west London (close to Regent's Park), which makes it well-suited to serve expat families living in London.
The International School of Panama offers Pre-K through High School programs. Opened in 1982, this school offers the International Baccalaureate (IB) Program to highly motivated students between the ages of 16-19.
Located in Edison Park in Panama City, The Oxford School is a bilingual English - Spanish school that offers pre-K through high school programs. The Oxford School is an authorized testing center for the University of Cambridge International examinations.
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