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Acadamia Cotopaxi in Quito

American International School in Quito, Ecuador for K-12 with IB Primary School and IB Diploma Programs.

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Alliance Academy International in Quito

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.

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American School of Quito

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.

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Colegio Alemán Humboldt de Guayaquil

German Humboldt school in Guayaquil, Ecuador. Private. Offers IB Diploma.

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Colegio Experimental Britanico Internacional

Colegio Experimental Britanico Internacional is a preschool through 12th Grade school that offers the IB Middle Years and Primary Years program.

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Colegio Menor San Francisco de Quito (CMSFQ)

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.

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SEK - Los Valles International School

SEK Los Valles is located in Cumbaya, Quito and offers international and bilingual education for K-12.

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SEK – Quito International School

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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