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American International School in Quito, Ecuador for K-12 with IB Primary School and IB Diploma Programs.
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 Quito has over 2,000 students from Pre-K through 12th Grade. This American School offers IB Diploma and Middle Years programs.
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.
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.
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