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Elementary schools in Antigua

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lisagarfield
2/12/2008 01:35 EST

Our family of 4 is moving to Antigua for a year and we need to find good local schools for our English-speaking daughters, grades 3 and 6. We are looking for a quality (public or private) Spanish speaking elementary and/or middle school. We plan to arrive 2 months before school starts for some intensive language instruction. Any families or other expats in Antigua have any suggestions? I can't find anything on the internet; it's all about the language schools, not what we're looking for.

Thanks for your assistance.
The Garfields

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pauldownes
3/21/2008 12:43 EST

Hi, Pls check out www.colegiobostonguatemala.com
I'm one of the teachers there, the students say it's the only valid bilingual school in the area. I'm still new, so I just take their word for it (but I think the school is pretty good too!) We're entering a huge dual language program with the SMU, which is cool. Looking for work whilst your here?? Let me know if you need any help.. Regards, Paul

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