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When we asked about the schools in Brazil, they said...

"If you are coming to Brazil for a 2-year stint and then head back to the US, this school may not make sense for you. If you are a foreigner living or coming to live in Brazil, consider this school. Apart from everything that I have said above, I can say that we love it and are completely satisfied with our little girl's experience. She actually asks to put on her uniform and go to school every day. There is a level of care, love and concern at this school that is unique," remarked one expat living in Rio de Janeiro with children attending Escola Bloom.

"There are not many choices of schools here in Brasilia with an American curriculum. Last year this school was terrible. This year with a new headmaster, the school seems to be improving. I still believe it needs alot of improvement with the curriculum. I would say if I had to rate this school, (I can only speak for the lower school) it is adequate, but not great," said one expat in Brasilia with children at Escola Americana Brasilia.

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