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

"The Balboa Academy is an excellent English-language international school in Panama, founded in 1959. It educates students from pre-school up to 12th grade and offers the North American curriculum, including AP courses. The school also has a comprehensive extracurricular program with a variety of sports, clubs, and activities. The International School Nido de Aguilas is an accredited international school in Panama City. It is a part of the Nord Anglia Education Group, with a curriculum based on college-preparatory education. The school offers a wide range of extracurricular opportunities, including sports and music. The Oxford International School of Panama is a bilingual institution offering education in Spanish and English. The school focuses on teaching its students both academic excellence and life skills and offers a variety of extracurricular activities. The Bilingual International School of Panama is a private bilingual institution, which was founded in 1991. The school provides an English- and Spanish-language international curriculum for children from preschool to high school and offers a variety of extracurricular activities, such as sports and arts," explained one expat living in Panama.

"This is a good option for a foreigner who wants their children to learn Spanish and the Latin culture versus being in an international school that is mostly in English," said one parent with children at AIP (Academie Interamericana de Panamá) in Costa del Este.

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