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Directory of International Schools

2012-2013

ISS Directory of
International Schools
2012 2013

The most comprehensive


international school
resource guide

2012 by International Schools Services, Inc.


Fees and other data are accurate as reported to International Schools Services by the
individual schools of August 2012. Readers are advised to obtain updated information from
the individual schools. Inclusion in the Directory does not imply endorsement of any school or
its programs by International Schools Services. Maps are representational and intended for
general orientation only. Country information collected from The World Factbook.
Thirty-second edition, September 2012
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Contents

About International Schools Services

International Schools Resource Guide

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International Schools by Country

Accrediting Organizations

732

Organizations Supporting International Education

735

Regional Maps

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Welcome to the world of


International Schools Services
Since 1955, International Schools Services (ISS)
has been dedicated to supplying international
schools with everything they need to provide
their students with a world-class education.
Headquartered in Princeton, New Jersey,
USA, ISS offers the best in staff recruitment,
job placement, school supplies, foundation
management and consulting that help position
schools for success. ISS is led by a team
of professionals with decades of overseas,
education and business management experience.
In addition to the Princeton home office, ISS
operates three regional offices in the Middle East,
Asia Pacific and the Caribbean.

ISS Board of Directors and Senior Staff


Board of Directors
Herman L. Penner, Chair
Roger Hove, President
Jonathan G. Brougham
Elizabeth A. Duffy
Serge Goldstein
Bonnie Likely
Melinda R. Martinson
Michael S. Mathews
John H. Timoney
Peter Vermeulen
Pamela A. Ward

Senior Staff
Roger Hove, President
Kristin Evins, Chief Financial Officer
Rob Ambrogi, Ed.D., Vice President, School Management
Desiree Bryant, Director, Human Resources
Keith Cincotta, Director, School Supply & University Services
Paul DeMinico, Ed.D., Vice President, Administrative Search
Mary Anne Haas, Executive Assistant to the President
Lila Leung, Vice President Development, Asia Pacific
Laura Light, Director, Educational Staffing
Harlan Lyso, Consultant, Administrative Search
Anthony Maimone, Chief Compliance Officer
Bruce McWilliams, Vice President, School Management, Middle East
Erin Uritus, Director, Communications and Middle East Development
David Randall, Vice President, School Management, Caribbean
Deirdre Simon, Director, Accounting
Malcolm Stitt, Director, Information Technology

Directory Staff
Matthew Rick, Editor
Cheryl Baldwin, Heather DiTullio, Anna Madeja, Publications Assistants
Pats McWilliams, Advertising Coordinator

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School Management and


Consulting

If the vision for your school includes


establishing an outstanding educational
opportunity for your students, let ISS help
bring it to life. We have started close to 100
schools in over 40 countries on six continents
for over 80 different clients.
ISS is contracted to manage a select group of
schools for a wide range of clients: international
companies, host governments, property
developers and entrepreneurs. Currently, ISS
manages 17 schools, providing everything
from supplies and curriculum development to
day-to-day management. While each school
is unique in terms of its location, student
population, size and even program to some
extent, there are many important similarities.
Each ISS-managed school holds a sharp,
pervasive focus on students and their learning.
From the standards-based curriculum maps,
to the pedagogical best practices in the
classroom, to the authentic assessments
and reports of progress, we excel at keeping
student learning at the forefront of all we do.
ISS has developed a variety of core startup curriculums (US, IB, International, small
school, large school, and more), a robust
professional development protocol and a

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cadre of educational experts stationed in our


regional offices and at the home office. In our
schools, we emphasize mentoring and peer
support / sharing, coupled with online courses,
webinars and professional work groups. The
ISS School Management team works diligently
to ensure that ISS schools have a professional
culture, a rich set of institutional resources
and high-quality education curriculum and
best practices.
Contact Rob Ambrogi, Ed.D., Vice President,
School Management, for more information:
rambrogi@iss.edu

Educational Staffing

Through
state-of-the-art
recruitment
technologies,
which are consistently
upgraded to incorporate cutting edge
technology, and a personalized screening
approach tailored to each schools needs, ISS
is consistently able to connect international
schools with highly qualified teaching and
administrative candidates. The ISS candidate
database contains 21,000 candidates with
impressive work experience and varied
education backgrounds. ISS candidates
have the opportunity to become a member
of a network of qualified professionals that
offer lifelong friendships and connection.

ISS Candidates

ISS brings together the worlds best teachers


and the worlds best schools. The demand
for quality teachers and administrators is
exploding worldwide. More educators than
ever before are needed to teach overseas.
ISS is here to help you get one of these
incredible positions! In 2011, ISS recruited
for 3,441 positions worldwide from 90
countries. International schools educate
in excess of 2.5 million students. This
has doubled in the past ten years and is
expected to double again by 2020.
ISS is working to offer candidates as many
opportunities as possible on a year-to-year
basis. Whether youre a teacher looking to
get started overseas or an administrator
looking for your next position, ISS can help
you!
Contact the Educational Staffing department
for more information: edustaffing@iss.edu

Teacher Recruitment

For more than 50 years, the ISS Educational


Staffing department has helped more than
600 schools meet their staffing objectives.
ISS uses a combination of personal touch/
screening by our staff, in person meetings at
events, the latest state-of-the-art recruiting
technology, and more importantly a large
candidate pool. ISS directs an outreach
campaign with a top-rated marketing firm
which covers the United States, Canada, as
well as Australia, the UK and New Zealand,
and continually invests in technology
innovations and in the size and quality of
our candidate database.

Administrative Recruitment

ISS has conducted some 500 administrative


searches for schools worldwide since 1981.
The field of education is in the midst of
a healthy debate regarding many of its
foundational elements: questions about
paradigm shifts in measurement, teaching
time, school calendars, budgets, distance
learning, social media, curriculum (AP,
IB, IGCSE, IPC), student and teacher
assessment, and compensation schemes
abound. A passionate educational vision
matched with competency in managing
business and stakeholder needs are crucial
requirements of todays top school leaders.
Our five member team, with over 160 years
of accumulated experience in international
school administration and recruitment and
a vast network of educational contacts,
allows ISS to conduct a search that delivers
top administrative candidates to your search
committee. The ISS customized search
process begins with a school administrator
profile specifically designed for the needs
of the school. We acknowledge the
uniqueness each school brings and thrive
to make the fit between a candidates skill
set, leadership style and the schools needs
a match.
Contact Paul DeMinico, Ed.D., Vice
President, Administrative Search for
more information: pdeminico@iss.edu

Contact Laura Light, Director, Educational


Staffing, for more information:
llight@iss.edu

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ISS School Supply

ISS has linked premier international


schools worldwide with a reliable global
network of more than a thousand
vendors for over 50 years. ISS offers
international schools and universities
access to materials and equipment
with significant cost savings and full
administrative follow-through. Individual
schools can benefit from our buying
power, resources and the efficiencies
resulting from consolidated shipping.

Foundation Management

ISS School Supply helps over 100 schools


around the world streamline purchasing and
save money, from textbooks to computers to
playground equipment. Our client schools
are located worldwide from Kazakhstan to
Indonesia and range in size from less than 10
students to more than 3,500. Princeton-based
Account Representatives deliver the highest
standard of customer service, providing site
specific advice and assistance with sourcing,
ordering, consolidation and shipping.
The University Services division works with
international universities, satellite programs
and teaching hospitals. Our professional staff
purchases supplies and equipment from Q-tips
to HVAC systems, through a competitive bid
process. Educational institutions enjoy the cost
savings and efficiencies resulting from one
contact and source throughout the process
from requisition and purchase order, to shipping
and invoicing.
Contact Keith Cincotta, Director, School Supply
and University Services, for more information:
kcincotta@iss.edu

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ISS Foundation Management has served


overseas schools since 1968 by providing
comprehensive financial services including
financial, administrative and board management
expertiseto meet the needs of nonprofits in
todays environment of increased accountability
and governance.
Our primary mission is to provide financial and
accounting services for the Foundation and
to the Foundation Board of Trustees. The ISS
Foundation Service is committed to providing
reliable, responsive financial services as well
as monitoring compliance with existing policies
and procedure.
Contact Deirdre Simon, Director, Accounting, for
more information: dsimon@iss.edu

World Language Initiative

The World Language Initiative (WLI) arose out


of the ISS commitment to its managed schools
to provide quality curriculum in all disciplines.
In order to meet this standard in the Middle
East an entirely new Arabic curriculum had
to be created to provide exemplary Arabic
curriculum and instruction for 21st century
language learners.
Phase 1 of the WLI focused on Arabic in two
catalyst schools in Bahrain and Saudi Arabia.
Native and non-native programs were designed
by Dr. Hanada Taha-Thomure, incorporating
standards, instructional materials, assessment,
and professional development. The resulting
programs quickly drew interest of international
schools in the region and it became clear that
they were addressing a widespread need. In
2011 a wider cohort of schools was invited
into an expanded pilot program, including one
national school and 15 international schools
in the Arabian Gulf region from Saudi Arabia,
Qatar, Bahrain, and Oman. The schools
committed to implement the program in its
current form, to participate in literacy coach
training, and to collaborate with one another
as a professional learning community with
the goal of refining the program. A prominent
element was participation in the first Arabic
literacy coach training program. A cohort of
25 trainee literacy coaches is approaching
the mid-point of a two-year training program
comprised of eight 4-day modules designed
to hone their pedagogical and linguistic
skills, and skill them to coach and mentor
their colleagues as they implement the new
curriculum in their schools.
Ensuring quality has been a key concern. The
developing program is being audited by Dr. Dany
Doueiri, Assistant Professor and Coordinator
of Arabic Language Programs, California State
University, San Bernardino, who has already
given some preliminary feedback, stating, I
would like to congratulate you on the extensive

work you have developed for the Arabic


language program. The documents are truly
amazing and comprehensive. They must have
taken months and months to conceptualize,
plan, research, draft, and complete. Having
interacted with other Arabic programs in the
Arab region, I can assure you that you are
setting very high standards that many existing
schools in the region should carefully look at
to learn from and hopefully one day implement
and adopt in their own classrooms.
The program is also being overseen by an
advisory board of eminent authorities in the
field. Efforts are underway to partner with
assessment agencies to begin gathering
performance data on student achievement.
This data will help inform a long term research
project that is being designed to gauge the
impact of the program design on student
achievement.
A comprehensive set of student resource books
were authored for grades K-9 in the spring
of 2012 and are now available to interested
schools together with a program of training for
implementation. For the 2012-13 school year
the focus will be on assessment and action
research, as well as the development of the
accompanying professional development
modules.
Phase 2 of the WLI will focus on English as
an Additional Language instruction as ISS
managed schools in China have indicated
that EAL is a pressing need. The EAL initiative
gets underway in August 2012, and will
involve designing curriculum and instructional
approaches to support English language
learners. Dr. Virginia Rojas will lead this
initiative, which will be based initially in two,
dual language catalyst schools in China.
Contact Bruce McWilliams, Vice President,
School Management, Middle East, for more
information: bmcwilliams@iss.edu

ISS Information Services

ISS Information Services connects the


international school community through
informative publications, interactive web site,
social media and other platforms.
ISS annually publishes The ISS Directory of
International Schools, a comprehensive guide to
American and international schools worldwide,
to help families make the best educational
choices for their children. ISS also publishes a
newspaper, NewsLinks, three times during the
school year, which is distributed to more than
500 American and international schools.

Advertise With ISS

We are pleased to offer advertising online and


in our print publications: NewsLinks and The
ISS Directory of International Schools.
The ISS website is a valuable resource destination
for the international education community.
During the 2011 recruitment season, the site
received in excess of 10,000 unique visitors a
month. Users spent over four minutes on the
site on average, making it a great place to
advertise your school. Our printed newspaper,
NewsLinks, has a print circulation of 40,000
and covers various events and international
school updates. The ISS Directory reaches
school administrators, teachers, business
office managers and families living overseas.
Contact advertising@iss.edu
information.

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Among the ISA faculty are leading voices in the international education arena, many of whom have led the
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A member of Harvards Project Zero, the school was the very first in the world approved to offer all three
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International Christian School was founded in 1992 and is committed to
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equipping students with the knowledge, skills and Christian character to
serve and transform their communities while preparing them for tertiary
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Students consistently score in the 95th percentile on standardized SAT
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Notes

Schools included in the Directory are primarily American and/or international with an English language
curriculum. Listings are alphabetical, first by country, then by city and town and finally by school name. Schools
in rural areas are listed under the nearest town.
Accredited by: Accreditation is not mandatory, but many overseas schools elect to become accredited. U.S.
and international accrediting organizations are listed in an appendix at the end of the Directory.
Boarding facilities: Schools with boarding services are identified within their entries.
Chief school officer: The name and title of each chief school officer is followed by academic division heads
and other administrative staff. Chief school officers are listed alphabetically in the index.
Curriculum: Each school in the Directory provides an English-language curriculum alone or in combination
with a host-national curriculum. Some offer the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IB Diploma),
a two-year course of study recognized by many colleges and universities, as well as the International
Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme (IBMYP), and the International Baccalaureate Primary Years
Programme (IBPYP). Schools offering the U.S. Advanced Placement (AP) Program are so noted.
Grade levels: The following abbreviations are used: N for Nursery; Pre-K for prekindergarten; K for
kindergarten (usually 5- to 6-year-olds).
Nationalities of teaching staff and nationalities of student body: Teaching staff and students are
defined by nationality groups. The United States, the United Kingdom, the host country, and other significant
nationalities are noted.
Percentage of graduates attending college: Secondary schools were asked to list colleges or universities
recently attended by their graduates.
Regional organizations: Many schools are members of international regional organizations which
provide professional development opportunities and other educational resources to their member schools.
Organizations supporting international education are listed in an appendix at the end of the Directory.
School addresses: The street address may differ from the mailing address. When specifically provided, use
the mailing address for correspondence. APO and FPO are U.S. military mail services with strict regulations. No
personal name may appear in an APO or FPO address. Use the title of the chief school officer, followed by the
address. U.S. Department of State addresses may include personal names.
School governance: Most overseas schools are governed by a board of directors (or the host countrys
equivalent,) a company, religious organization, or individual proprietor. Sponsors or operators are listed when
reported. Individual schools have identified themselves as falling within the following categories: coeducational,
boarding, day, company-sponsored, church-related, proprietary, private nonprofit.
School year: Most schools in the directory follow a northern hemisphere calendar and are in session from
September to June. Those following a southern hemisphere calendar from March to December are so noted.
Teaching staff: The number of both full- and part-time teaching staff members is listed.
Telephone and facsimile numbers: Numbers include the country and city codes (where applicable) followed
by the telephone number.
Tuition: Most tuition figures are given in U.S. dollars. The currency used is noted in each schools entry. School
charges other than tuition are also listed.

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International Schools
By Country

International Schools by Country


Albania
Angola
Argentina
Armenia
Aruba
Australia
Austria
Azerbaijan
Bahamas
Bahrain
Bangladesh
Belarus
Belgium
Belize
Bolivia
Bosnia & Herzegovina
Brazil
Bulgaria
Burkina Faso
Cambodia
Cameroon
Cayman Islands
Chile
China
Colombia
Congo, Republic of the
Congo, the Democratic
Republic of the
Costa Rica
Cote DIvoire
Croatia
Cuba
Curaao
Cyprus
Czech Republic
Denmark
Dominican Republic
Ecuador
Egypt
El Salvador
Eritrea
Estonia
Ethiopia
Finland
France
Gabon
Gambia
Georgia
Germany
Ghana
Greece
Guam

2
4
6
10
12
14
17
23
26
30
35
40
42
49
51
57
59
70
73
75
80
83
85
89
129
139
141
143
150
152
154
156
158
160
163
165
169
175
181
185
187
189
191
193
201
203
205
207
223
226
231

Guatemala
Guinea
Haiti
Honduras
Hungary
Iceland
India
Indonesia
Ireland
Israel
Italy
Jamaica
Japan
Jordan
Kazakhstan
Kenya
Korea, Republic of
Kuwait
Kyrgyzstan
Laos
Latvia
Lebanon
Lesotho
Liberia
Libyan Arab Jamahiriya
Lithuania
Luxembourg
Macedonia
Madagascar
Malawi
Malaysia
Mali
Malta
Marshall Islands
Mauritania
Mauritius
Mexico
Moldova
Mongolia
Montenegro
Morocco
Mozambique
Myanmar
Namibia
Nepal
Netherlands
Nicaragua
Niger
Nigeria
Norway
Oman
Pakistan

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237
239
241
248
252
254
262
279
282
285
302
305
330
336
343
347
361
369
371
373
375
380
383
385
387
389
391
394
397
399
407
410
412
414
416
419
432
434
436
438
443
445
450
452
454
464
467
469
473
476
480

Palestinian Territory
Panama
Papua New Guinea
Paraguay
Peru
Philippines
Poland
Portugal
Puerto Rico
Qatar
Romania
Russia
Saint Kitts and Nevis
Saudi Arabia
Senegal
Serbia
Singapore
Slovakia
Slovenia
South Africa
Spain
Sri Lanka
Sudan
Suriname
Swaziland
Sweden
Switzerland
Syrian Arab Republic
Taiwan
Tajikistan
Tanzania
Thailand
Timor-Leste
Trinidad and Tobago
Tunisia
Turkey
Turkmenistan
Uganda
Ukraine
United Arab Emirates
United Kingdom
United States
Uruguay
Uzbekistan
Venezuela
Vietnam
Virgin Islands, British
Virgin Islands, U.S.
Yemen
Zambia
Zimbabwe

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ALBANIA

ALBANIA
Area: 28,748 sq km
Population: 3,002,859
Capital: Tirana (Tirane)
Currency: Leke
Languages: Albanian

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Tirana

Albania

Tirana International School


Phone 355 4 2365239
Fax 355 4 2377679
Email tirana@qsi.org
Website www.qsi.org/alb_home/alb_home.htm
Address Tre Vellezerit Kondi, Vilat Germane #6, Tirana, Albania

STAFF
Director Jerry Ashby
Business Manager Merita Karaj
Director of Instruction Maura Martin
Technology Teacher Besnik Zylka

Librarian Illira Pitarka


Teaching staff Full time 21; Part time 6; Total 27
Nationalities of teaching staff US 13; New Zealander
10; Other(s) (Canadian) 4

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1991
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by Middle States
Regional organizations CEESA
Enrollment PreK 20; Elementary K-5 75; Middle
School 6-8 30; High School 9-12 25; Total 150
Tuition range 5,600-16,000

Annual fees Capital Levy 1,600


One time Fees Registration 300
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100% (50% US)
Graduates have attended Kings Col London, Boston
U, Michigan State U, Franklin Col, Fordham U,
Manhatten Col, St. Johns U, William & Mary Col

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 11; Secondary 6
Language(s) taught French, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, ESL, Librarian, Physician
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Photography,
Yearbook, Community Service, Dance, Drama,
Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Martial Arts, Soccer,
Swimming, Volleyball, Basketball
Clubs Environmental, Photography
Examinations SAT, SAT II, AP, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 2 Hectares, 11 Buildings, 28 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 80 Instructional Computers, 7,000
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ANGOLA

ANGOLA
Area: 1,246,700 sq km
Population: 18,056,072
Capital: Luanda
Currency: Kwanza
Languages: Portuguese

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Luanda

Angola

Luanda International School


Phone 244222460752
Email anthonybaron@lisluanda.com
Website www.lisluanda.com
Address Rua de Talatona, Luanda, 1566, Angola

STAFF
Director Anthony Baron
Business Manager Wayne Addis
IT Manager Rodrigo Brasil do Couto
Teaching staff Full time 77; Part time 3; Total 80

Nationalities of teaching staff US 6; UK 15; Angolan


6; Other(s) (Brazilian, Portuguese) 53

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-13
School year August-June
School type coeducational
Year founded 2003
Governed by Board
Accredited by CIS, New England
Regional organizations ECIS

Enrollment Nursery 30; PreK 60; Elementary K-5


235; Middle School 6-8 140; High School 9-12 120;
Grade 13 15; Total 600
Tuition range 27,000-32,000
Annual fees Registration 500; Capital Levy 15,000;
Lunch 1,750
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 95% (75% US)

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum IB, IBPYP, IBMYP
Average class size Elementary 22; Secondary 20
Language(s) taught Portuguese, Spanish
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Physician
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Photography, Yearbook, Community
Service, Dance, Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Hockey, Martial Arts, Rugby,
Soccer, Softball, Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field,
Basketball, Football
Examinations SAT, IB, ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 6 Hectares, 7 Buildings, 53 Classrooms, 3
Computer Labs, 280 Instructional Computers, 15,000
Library Volumes
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ARGENTINA

ARGENTINA
Area: 2,780,400 sq km
Population: 42,192,494
Capital: Buenos Aires
Currency: Argentine Pesos
Languages: Spanish

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Buenos Aires

Argentina

BAICA-Buenos Aires International Christian


Academy
Phone 4549 1300
Fax 4549 1300 ext. 17
Email baica@baica.com
Website www.baica.com
Address Av. Del Libertador 2170, San Fernando, Buenos Aires, 1646, Argentina

STAFF
Administrator Andrea Simon
Business Manager Martin Luengas
Teaching staff Full time 15; Part time 14; Total 29

Nationalities of teaching staff US 13; UK 1;


Argentine 14; Other(s) (Cape Verdean) 1

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, church-affiliated
Year founded 1997
Governed by School Board
Accredited by Southern
Enrollment PreK 13; Elementary K-5 47; Middle
School 6-8 45; High School 9-12 45; Total 150

Tuition range 3,000-12,000


One time Fees Capital Levy 4,000
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 90%
Graduates have attended U of Southern California,
Southeastern U, Johannes Gutenberg U of Mainz, U
of St Andrews

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum International, AP
Average class size Elementary 15; Secondary 15
Language(s) taught Spanish, English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Psychologist
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Vocal
Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,


Yearbook, Community Service, Dance, Drama,
Environmental Conservation, Chess, Violin,
Rollerskating, Singing
Sports Soccer, Track and Field, Volleyball, Basketball
Examinations SAT, Stanford, AP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban

Campus 1 Buildings, 18 Classrooms, 1 Computer Labs,


15 Instructional Computers, 8,000 Library Volumes

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Buenos Aires

Argentina

LINCOLN, The American International School


of Buenos Aires
Phone 54 11 4851 1700
Fax 54 11 4851 1790
Email lincoln@lincoln.edu.ar
Address Andres Ferreyra 4073, B1637AOS, La Lucila, Buenos Aires, B1637AOS, Argentina

STAFF
Superintendent Philip Joslin
Business and Finance Manager Carlos Alberto Patio
Assistant to the Superintendent Jane Lowery
Director of National Programs Ray McKay
Elementary School Principal Brad McClain
Head of ES/MS Library Susan Voracek
Head of HS Library Nan Miller

High School Principal Joe Hollenbeck


Middle School Principal Jeff Voracek
Head of Technology Phil Giansante
Teaching staff Full time 109; Part time 7; Total 116
Nationalities of teaching staff US 54; UK 1;
Argentine 50; Other(s) (Canadian, British) 11

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day
Year founded 1936
Governed by Board
Accredited by Southern
Regional organizations AASSA
Enrollment PreK 28; Elementary K-5 356; Middle
School 6-8 222; High School 9-12 246; Total 852
Tuition range 7,340-22,600

Annual fees Registration 1,900; Busing 2,200; Lunch


1,100
One time Fees Capital Levy 6,400
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100%
Graduates have attended U of British Columbia,
New York U, Boston U, U of Oxford, Massachusetts
Institute of Technology

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, National, IB, AP
Average class size Elementary 17; Secondary 17
Language(s) taught French, Portuguese, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology, Drama, Health

Extra curricular programs Newspaper, Photography,


Yearbook, Community Service, Dance, Drama,
Environmental Conservation
Sports Gymnastics, Martial Arts, Soccer, Softball,
Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball,
Basketball
Clubs Yearbook, Newspaper, Photography, Model UN
Examinations Act, SAT, SAT II, TOEFL, AP, IB, PSAT,
MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 4 Hectares, 7 Buildings, 79 Classrooms,
6 Computer Labs, 380 Instructional Computers,
55,000 Library Volumes

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San Isidro

Argentina

St. Andrews Scots School


Phone 5411 4790 5371 226
Email mercedes.bochatey@sanandres.esc.edu.ar
Website www.sanandres.esc.edu.ar
Address Rawson 2759, Olivos, Buenos Aires, 1636, Argentina

STAFF
Headmaster Gabriel Rshaid
Teaching staff Full time 234; Part time 169; Total
403

Nationalities of teaching staff US 5; UK 8; Argentine


390

INFORMATION
Grade levels K-12
School year March-December
School type private non-profit
Year founded 1838

Governed by Board of Governors


Enrollment Elementary K-5 953; Middle School 6-8
398; High School 9-12 518; Total 1,869
Tuition/fee currency Argentine Peso

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum National, IB, IGCSE, GCSE
Average class size Elementary 27; Secondary 24
Language(s) taught French, Mandarin, Portuguese,
Spanish, English

Sports Gymnastics, Hockey, Martial Arts, Rugby,


Soccer, Softball, Squash, Swimming, Tennis,
Volleyball, Baseball, Basketball, Football
Examinations IB, IGCSE

CAMPUS FACILITIES

Location Urban

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ARMENIA

ARMENIA
Area: 29,743 sq km
Population: 2,970,495
Capital: Yerevan
Currency: Drams
Languages: Armenian

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Yerevan

Armenia

QSI International School of Yerevan


Phone 374 10 349 130
Fax 374 10 397 599
Email yerevan@qsi.org
Website www.qsi.org/arm_home/arm_home.htm
Address P.O.Box 82, Gevorg Chaush 50, Vahakni Community, Section 12, Yerevan, 0088, Armenia

STAFF
Director Wayne Haugen
Business Manager Ruzanna Navasardyan
IT Specialist Josh Olson
Librarian Nara Sarkisova

Teaching staff Full time 22; Part time 3; Total 25


Nationalities of teaching staff US 10; Armenian 15;
Other(s) (American, American) 0

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1995
Governed by Advisory Board
Accredited by Middle States
Regional organizations CEESA
Enrollment PreK 15; Elementary K-5 65; Middle
School 6-8 17; High School 9-12 26; Total 123
Tuition range 5,700-22,000

Annual fees Capital Levy 1,600


One time Fees Registration 300
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 67% (33% US)
Graduates have attended Pepperdine U, Concordia
U, Rochester Institute of Technology

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US
Average class size Elementary 10; Secondary 6
Language(s) taught French, German, Russian
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Librarian, Nurse
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Vocal Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Yearbook
Sports Cross-Country, Track and Field
Examinations MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 1 Hectares, 1 Buildings, 24 Classrooms, 1
Computer Labs, 42 Instructional Computers, 9,000
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ARUBA

ARUBA
Area: 180 sq km
Population: 107,635
Capital: Oranjestad
Currency: Aruban Guilder/Florin
Languages: Papiamento, Spanish, English, Dutch

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Oranjestad

Aruba

International School of Aruba


Phone 297 583 5040
Fax 297 583 6020
Email sputnam@isaruba.com
Website http://www.isaruba.com/
Address Wayaca 238A, Oranjestad, Aruba

STAFF
Head of School Sarah Putnam
Business Manager Jacqueline Juliao-Wong
Technology Coordinator Mark Wilson
Head of Library Regina Calnin

Teaching staff Full time 28; Part time 2; Total 30


Nationalities of teaching staff US 14; Aruba 2;
Other(s) (Venezuelan) 14

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1985
Governed by International Schools Services, Inc.
Accredited by Southern
Regional organizations AASSA
Enrollment PreK 25; Elementary K-5 65; Middle
School 6-8 45; High School 9-12 65; Total 200
Tuition range 1,300-15,790

One time Fees Capital Levy 6,060


Tuition/fee currency Aruban Florin
Graduates attending college 98% (85% US)
Graduates have attended U of Tampa, Boston U,
Florida International U, Pennsylvania State U, U of
North Carolina, U of Amsterdam, Florida Institute of
Technology, Warwick U, Hunter Col

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 15; Secondary 15
Language(s) taught Dutch, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Librarian
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Vocal
Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Yearbook,


Community Service, Drama, Environmental
Conservation
Sports Soccer, Softball, Tennis, Volleyball, Basketball
Clubs National Honor Society, National Junior Honor
Society, Model UN, Student Council, Global Issues
Network
Examinations IOWA, SAT, TOEFL, AP, PSAT, Dutch
HAVO

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 3 Hectares, 5 Buildings, 23 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 105 Instructional Computers, 20,000
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AUSTRALIA

AUSTRALIA
Area: 7,741,220 sq km
Population: 22,015,576
Capital: Canberra
Currency: Australian Dollar
Languages: English

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Australia

International School of Western Australia


Phone 61 8 9285 1144
Fax 61 8 9285 1188
Email info@iswa.wa.edu.au
Website www.iswa.wa.edu.au
Address 22 Kalinda Drive, City Beach, Western Australia, 6015, Australia

STAFF
Principal Melissa Powell
Business Manager Sue Malcolm
AP Coordinator Muna Chiesa
Head of Primary Leigh Olver

Head of Secondary Brenda Mitchell


IB DP Coordinator Damien Kerrigan
Information Technology Manager Eli Salant
Library Coordinator Marilyn Daventry

INFORMATION
Grade levels K-12
School year July-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 2005

Governed by AAIE
Accredited by Western
Tuition/fee currency Australian Dollar

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum IB, IBPYP, AP
Average class size Elementary 24; Secondary 26
Language(s) taught French, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English

Examinations Act, SAT, AP, IB

CAMPUS FACILITIES

Location Suburban

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Kilmore

Australia

The Kilmore International School


Phone 61 3 57 822 211
Fax 61 3 57 822 525
Email info@kilmore.vic.edu.au
Website www.kilmore.vic.edu.au
Address 40 White Street, Kilmore, 3764, Australia

STAFF
Principal Andrew Taylor
Business Manager Patricia Mahon
Deputy Principal Colin Bland
Head of Year 11 Peter Osborne
Head of Years 5 & 6 Julie Daniels
Head of Years 7 & 8 Paula Doyle
Head of Years 9 & 10 Paul Szczur

IB Co-ordinator/Head of Year 12 Judy Rutter


Librarian Shelley Frawley
Teaching staff Full time 52; Part time 10; Total 62
Nationalities of teaching staff UK 4; Australian 43;
Other(s) (Chinese) 15

INFORMATION
Grade levels 5-12
School year February-December
School type boarding, coeducational, day, private
non-profit
Year founded 1990
Governed by School Board
Enrollment Elementary K-5 50; Middle School 6-8
100; High School 9-12 200; Total 350
Tuition range 14,200-26,900

Annual fees Boarding 7-day 17,800; Insurance 414;


Books 500
One time Fees Registration 330
Tuition/fee currency Australian Dollar
Graduates attending college 100% (5% US)
Graduates have attended U of Oxford, London
School of Economics, U of Cambridge, Australian
National U, U of Melbourne

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/
Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Golf, Gymnastics, Skiing
(Snow), Soccer, Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field,
Volleyball, Badminton, Basketball
Examinations SAT, SAT II, IB

Curriculum IB
Average class size Elementary 20; Secondary 16
Language(s) taught French, German, Japanese,
Mandarin, Chinese, Hindi, Indonesian, Korean, Thai
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Learning Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Physician,
Psychologist, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Rural
Campus 6 Hectares, 11 Buildings, 30 Classrooms, 3
Computer Labs, 50 Instructional Computers, 30,000
Library Volumes

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AUSTRIA
Area: 83,871 sq km
Population: 8,219,743
Capital: Vienna
Currency: Euro
Languages: German

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Salzburg

Austria

American International School Salzburg


Phone 43 662 824 617
Fax 43 662 824 555
Email office@ais-salzburg.at
Website www.ais-salzburg.at
Address Moosstrasse 106, Salzburg, A-5020, Austria

STAFF
Headmaster Paul McLean
Business Manager Felicia Gundringer
Accountant Daniele Koertner
College Counselor Jeffrey Z. Agardy
Head of Student Life Nicole Cerone

Computing Technician Peter Burgstaller


Teaching staff Full time 23; Part time 10; Total 33
Nationalities of teaching staff US 19; UK 3; Austrian
5; Other(s) (Canadian) 6

INFORMATION
Grade levels 7-13
School year September-May
School type boarding, coeducational, proprietary
Year founded 1977
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by Middle States
Regional organizations ECIS
Enrollment Middle School 6-8 20; High School 9-12
75; Grade 13 3; Total 98
Tuition range 16,000-30,000

Annual fees Boarding 5-day 27,500; Boarding, 7-day


28,500; Insurance 400; Books 500
One time Fees Registration 75; Capital Levy 2,500
Tuition/fee currency Euro
Graduates attending college 100% (45% US)
Graduates have attended Johns Hopkins U, U of
Miami, U of St. Andrews, American U of Paris, U of
Edinborough

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Secondary 7
Language(s) taught French, German, Italian, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Nurse
Special curricular programs Physical Education

Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,


Newspaper, Yearbook, Community Service, Drama
Sports Golf, Soccer, Softball, Tennis, Volleyball,
Baseball, Basketball
Examinations SAT, SAT II, Stanford, TOEFL, AP,
PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 3 Hectares, 3 Buildings, 16 Classrooms, 1
Computer Labs, 25 Instructional Computers, 10,000
Library Volumes

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Salzburg

Austria

St. Gilgen International School


Phone 43 6227 20259
Fax 43 6227 20259 10
Email info@stgis.at
Website stgis.at
Address Ischlerstrasse 13, St. Gilgen, A-5340, Austria

STAFF
Headmaster Michael Chapman
Business Manager Renate Riedl
Head of Boarding Kirk Wadsworth
IB Coordinator Claire Moore
Senior Administrator Paul Kearley

IT Technician Arnulf Trimborn


Librarian Maia Bristol
Teaching staff Full time 32; Part time 2; Total 34
Nationalities of teaching staff US 8; UK 14; Austrian
4; Other(s) (Australian, New Zealander) 8

INFORMATION
Grade levels 5-12
School year September-June
School type boarding, coeducational
Year founded 2008
Governed by Foundation
Accredited by CIS
Regional organizations ECIS

Enrollment Elementary K-5 10; Middle School 6-8 64;


High School 9-12 80; Total 154
Tuition range 25,425-45,765
Annual fees Boarding 7-day 45,765
One time Fees Registration 100
Tuition/fee currency Euro
Graduates attending college 100% (20% US)

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum UK, International, IB, IGCSE
Average class size Secondary 10
Language(s) taught French, German, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Librarian, Nurse, Physician
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Computer/Technology, Sailing,
Rowing

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Photography, Yearbook, Community
Service, Dance, Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Golf, Soccer, Swimming,
Tennis, Volleyball
Clubs Model UN, Orienteering, Radio, Snow Sports,
Rock Climbing, First Aid
Examinations GCSE, IB, IGCSE

CAMPUS FACILITIES

Location Rural

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Vienna

Austria

American International School Vienna


Phone 43 1 401320
Fax 43 1 401325
Email info@ais.at
Website www.ais.at
Address Salmannsdorfer Strasse 47, Vienna, A-1190, Austria

STAFF
Director Carol Kluznik, Ph.D.
Business Manager Rudolf Gabriel
Elementary School Principal Sacha McVean
High School Principal Jonathan Silver, Ph.D.
Middle School Principal David Straffon, Ph.D.

Director of Technology Christopher Rolfe


Secondary School Librarian Theresa Rolfe
Teaching staff Full time 91; Part time 6; Total 97
Nationalities of teaching staff US 82; UK 1; Austrian
8; Other(s) 6

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-13
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1959
Governed by Elected Executive Board
Accredited by CIS, Middle States
Regional organizations CEESA, ECIS

Enrollment PreK 22; Elementary K-5 300; Middle


School 6-8 182; High School 9-12 245; Total 749
Tuition range 10,156-18,575
One time Fees Registration 330; Capital Levy 4,464
Tuition/fee currency Euro
Graduates attending college 97% (46% US)
Graduates have attended London School of
Economics, U of Cambridge, John Hopkins U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, IB, AP
Average class size Elementary 20; Secondary 16
Language(s) taught French, German, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program

Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,


Newspaper, Photography, Yearbook, Community
Service, Dance, Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Gymnastics, Soccer, Softball,
Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball,
Baseball, Basketball
Examinations Act, IOWA, SAT, SAT II, AP, IB, PSAT,
MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 4.5 Hectares, 7 Buildings, 63 Classrooms,
4 Computer Labs, 300 Instructional Computers,
25,000 Library Volumes

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Vienna

Austria

Danube International School


Phone 43 1 720 3110
Fax 43 1 720 3110 40
Email info@danubeschool.at
Website www.danubeschool.at
Address Josef Gall-Gasse 2, Vienna, A-1020, Austria

STAFF
Director & Elementary School Principal Pamela
Defty
Business Manager F. W. Biber
Deputy Director & Secondary School Principal
Richard Eaton

IB Diploma Coordinator Giles Pope


IB MYP Coordinator Mark Brierley
Librarian Hadia Abushady

INFORMATION
Grade levels K-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, proprietary
Year founded 1992
Regional organizations ECIS

Graduates attending college 100%


Graduates have attended U of Manchester
Institute of Science, U of Vienna, London School of
Economics, U of London, Vienna U for Economics

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum National
Average class size Elementary 20; Secondary 20
Language(s) taught French, German, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian

Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,


Community Service, Dance, Drama
Sports Martial Arts, Skiing (Snow), Soccer,
Swimming, Tennis, Volleyball, Badminton
Examinations IB

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 1 Buildings, 22 Classrooms, 1 Computer
Labs, 40 Instructional Computers, 10,000 Library
Volumes
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Vienna

Austria

Vienna International School


Phone 43 1 203 5595
Fax 43 1 203 0366
Email visinfo@vis.ac.at
Website www.vis.ac.at
Address Strasse der Menschenrechte 1, Vienna, A-1220, Austria

STAFF
Director Peter Murphy
Business Manager Rainer Dobianer
Deputy Principal of Primary School Lynda Sarelius
Deputy Principal of Secondary School Derrick
Devenport
Deputy Principal of Secondary School Anne Sparks
Primary School Principal Michael Hosking

Secondary School Principal Elisabeth Stanners


IT Manager Mark Crumby
Head of Secondary Library David Bancroft
Teaching staff Full time 164; Part time 13; Total 177
Nationalities of teaching staff US 21; UK 52;
Austrian 42; Other(s) (Australian, Canadian) 62

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1978
Governed by Board of Governors
Accredited by CIS
Regional organizations ECIS
Enrollment PreK 64; Elementary K-5 520; Middle
School 6-8 304; High School 9-12 512; Total 1,400
Tuition range 5,412-16,704

One time Fees Registration 3,400


Tuition/fee currency Euro
Graduates attending college 95% (20% US)
Graduates have attended London School of
Economics, U of Cambridge, U of London, Boston U,
Imperial Col London

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum International, IB, IBPYP, IBMYP
Average class size Elementary 20; Secondary 22
Language(s) taught French, German, Spanish,
English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Physician
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Literary Magazine,


Newspaper, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Golf, Hockey, Martial Arts,
Rugby, Skiing (Snow), Soccer, Softball, Swimming,
Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball, Basketball,
Football
Examinations SAT, IB, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 6 Hectares, 1 Buildings, 58 Classrooms,
3 Computer Labs, 665 Instructional Computers,
50,000 Library Volumes

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AZERBAIJAN
Area: 86,600 sq km
Population: 9,493,600
Capital: Baku (Baki, Baky)
Currency: Azerbaijani Manat
Languages: Azerbaijani (Azeri)

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Baku

Azerbaijan

Baku International School


Phone 994 12 440 6616
Fax 994 12 440 6616
Email baku@qsi.org
Address Darnagul Qasabasi, Str. Ajami Nakhchivani, Block 3097, Baku, 1108, Azerbaijan

STAFF
Director Gary Tuttle
Accountant Rufat Mammadli
Director of Instruction Theresa McClymont
IT Specialist Fikret Musayev

Librarian Tatyana Shetinkina


Teaching staff Full time 24; Part time 2; Total 26
Nationalities of teaching staff US 15; Azerbaijani 8;
Other(s) (New Zealander, Canadian) 3

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1994
Governed by Advisory Board
Accredited by Middle States
Regional organizations CEESA
Enrollment Nursery 11; PreK 43; Elementary K-5 82;
Middle School 6-8 23; High School 9-12 26; Total 185
Tuition range 6,600-21,000

Annual fees Capital Levy 1,600; Busing 2,250; Lunch


1,125
One time Fees Registration 300
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100%
Graduates have attended Karl Benz U, Baylor U, U
of Texas, Texas State U, American U in Cairo, U of
Warsaw, Savannah Art Col

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 13; Secondary 7
Language(s) taught French, Russian, Azeri
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Librarian, Psychologist
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Vocal
Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,


Newspaper, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Gymnastics, Soccer, Track and
Field, Basketball
Clubs Student Council, Gymnastics, Ballet, Arts &
Crafts, Chess, Instrumental Music
Examinations Act, SAT, AP, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 2 Hectares, 1 Buildings, 18 Classrooms, 1
Computer Labs, 60 Instructional Computers, 9,000
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Azerbaijan

The International School of Azerbaijan


Phone 994 12 497 30 28
Fax 994 12 497 21 94
Email director@tisa.az
Website www.tisa.az
Address Stonepay Royal Park, Yeni Yasamal, Baku, Azerbaijan
Mailing Address TISA - AIOC C/o BP Azerbaijan Cherstey Road, Sunbury on Thames, Middlesex, TW16
7LN, United Kingdom

STAFF
Director John Gillespie
Business Manager Asim Alikishibayov
Admissions Officer Andrea Gerlich
Primary Principal David Harrold
Secondary Principal Lesley Peacock
Educational Technology Coordinator Aaron Childs
Resources Coordinator Colleen MacDonell

Teaching staff Full time 75; Part time 3; Total 78


Nationalities of teaching staff US 15; UK 17;
Azerbaijani 9; Other(s) (Australian, New Zealander)
37

INFORMATION
Grade levels Nursery-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, company-sponsored
Year founded 1996
Governed by Board of Governors
Accredited by CIS
Enrollment Nursery 43; PreK 73; Elementary K-5 241;
Middle School 6-8 86; High School 9-12 71; Total 514

Tuition range 11,005-30,590


Annual fees Registration 500
One time Fees Capital Levy 6,000
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100% (50% US)
Graduates have attended U Col London, Columbia U,
New York U, U of Pennsylvania, U of Michigan, Kings
Col London, U of California- Berkeley

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum IB, IBPYP, IBMYP
Average class size Elementary 16; Secondary 12
Language(s) taught French, Russian, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Newspaper, Photography, Yearbook,
Community Service, Dance, Drama, Environmental
Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Rugby, Soccer, Track and Field,
Volleyball, Basketball, Football
Examinations Act, SAT, SAT II, IB, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban

Campus 6 Hectares, 6 Buildings, 5 Computer Labs,


122 Instructional Computers, 8,000 Library Volumes

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BAHAMAS
Area: 13,880 sq km
Population: 316,182
Capital: Nassau
Currency: Bahamian Dollar
Languages: English

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Freeport

Bahamas

Lucaya International School


Phone 242 373 4004
Fax 242 373 2509
Email lis@lucayainternationalschool.com
Website www.lucayainternationalschool.com
Address Chesapeake Drive, Freeport, Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas

STAFF
Headmaster Chris Mockrish
Business Manager Debbie Winter
IB/IGCSE Coordinator Lee Rawlinson
PK3-Year 13 Head of School Rob Fuller
Technology Coordinator Michael Lowery

Librarian Cath Hindley


Teaching staff Full time 26; Part time 3; Total 29
Nationalities of teaching staff US 7; UK 3; Bahamas
4; Other(s) (Canadian) 15

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-13
School year August-June
School type coeducational, private non-profit
Year founded 1998
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by CIS, New England
Regional organizations AASSA
Enrollment PreK 10; Elementary K-5 110; Middle
School 6-8 45; High School 9-12 46; Grade 13 14; Total
225

Tuition range 5,800-13,700


One time Fees Registration 250; Capital Levy 2,000
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 96%
Graduates have attended U of California-Berkeley,
McGill U, U of Michigan, U of Texas, U of Edinburgh

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, UK, International, IB, IBPYP, IGCSE
Average class size Elementary 16; Secondary 15
Language(s) taught French, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Counselor, Learning Disabilities,
Librarian
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,


Literary Magazine, Yearbook, Community Service,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Golf, Soccer, Swimming, Track and Field,
Volleyball, Basketball
Examinations SAT, SAT II, IB, IGCSE, PSAT, ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 5 Hectares, 5 Buildings, 30 Classrooms, 1
Computer Labs, 40 Instructional Computers, 11,000
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Nassau

Bahamas

Lyford Cay International School


Phone 242 362 4774
Fax 242 362 5198
Email info@lcis.bs
Website www.lcis.bs
Address Lyford Cay Drive, Lyford Cay, Nassau, P.O. Box N7776, Bahamas

STAFF
Heads of School Isadora Blyden & Tracey
Farquharson
Principal Stacey Bobo
Business Manager Bathsheba Fernander
Academic Dean David Mindorff
Assistant Principal Frederic Bournas
Guidance Counselor & Admissions Officer RoseMarie Taylor

IT Director Oscar Brinson


Librarian Helene De Jong
Teaching staff Full time 43; Part time 3; Total 46
Nationalities of teaching staff US 16; UK 6;
Bahamas 14; Other(s) (Canadian, French) 10

INFORMATION
Grade levels Nursery-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1962
Governed by Board
Accredited by CIS, New England
Regional organizations ECIS, NEASC

Enrollment Nursery 16; PreK 22; Elementary K-5 163;


Middle School 6-8 83; High School 9-12 60; Total 344
Tuition range 15,023-22,693
One time Fees Registration 250
Tuition/fee currency Bahamanian Dollar
Graduates attending college 100%
Graduates have attended Yale U, Princeton U,
Georgetown U, U of Richmond, Duke U, Ohio State U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum IB, IBPYP, IBMYP
Average class size Elementary 15; Secondary 16
Language(s) taught French, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Vocal
Music, Computer/Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Photography, Yearbook, Community
Service, Dance, Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Golf, Gymnastics, Rugby, Soccer, Softball,
Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball,
Baseball, Basketball, Cricket
Clubs Bahamas Football Association, Swift Swim
Examinations SAT, IB, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 5 Hectares, 13 Buildings, 30 Classrooms, 1
Computer Labs, 250 Instructional Computers, 12,500
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Nassau

Bahamas

St. Andrews School, The International


School of The Bahamas
Phone 242 677 7800
Fax 242 324 0816
Email sandrews@st-andrews.com
Web www.standrewsbahamas.com
Address PO Box EE 17340, Yamacraw Hill Road, Nassau, EE 17340, Bahamas

STAFF
Principal & CEO Sharon Wilson
Financial Controller Evanne Archer-Bowe
Head of the Primary School Yvette Simms
Head of the Secondary School Frank Coyle
Head of Technology Patricia Watkins

Chair of IT & Libraries Scott Lowe


Teaching staff Full time 79; Part time 2; Total 81
Nationalities of teaching staff US 8; UK 16; 38;
Other(s) (Canadian, Australian) 19

INFORMATION
Grade levels Nursery-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1948
Governed by Board
Accredited by CIS, New England
Regional organizations ECIS
Enrollment Nursery 15; PreK 33; Elementary K-5 326;
Middle School 6-8 189; High School 9-12 260; Total
823

Tuition range 5,415-13,230


One time Fees Registration 500; Capital Levy 2,000
Tuition/fee currency Bahamanian Dollar
Graduates attending college 98%
Graduates have attended Yale U, Harvard U, Vassar
Col, McGill U, Tufts U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum National
Average class size Elementary 18; Secondary 18
Language(s) taught French, Spanish, English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Psychologist, Reading
Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Yearbook, Community


Service, Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Gymnastics, Soccer, Softball, Swimming,
Volleyball, Basketball
Clubs Model UN, Sports, Chess, Dominoes, Craft,
Rotaract, Environment
Examinations SAT, GCSE, IB, IGCSE, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 15 Hectares, 10 Buildings, 48 Classrooms,
5 Computer Labs, 300 Instructional Computers,
28,000 Library Volumes
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BAHRAIN
Area: 760 sq km
Population: 1,248,348
Capital: Manama
Currency: Bahraini Dinar
Languages: Arabic, English, Farsi, Urdu

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Isa Town

Bahrain

Bahrain Bayan School


Phone 973 17 682 227
Fax 973 17 780 019
Email bayanschool@bayan.edu.bh
Website www.bayanschool.edu.bh
Address Bldg No 230, Road 4111, Block No 841, Isa Town, Bahrain

STAFF
Director General Dr. Peter Nanos
Business Office Manager Samar Nabhan
IB Coordinator Faye Sharabi
Primary School Dean of Students Robert Bates
Primary School Principal Sally Evans
Secondary School Dean of Students Nadine Cooper
Secondary School Principal Christopher Jupp

Network Systems Manager Saleh Al Shehabi


Librarian/Resource Specialist Norma Kashouh
Teaching staff Full time 86; Total 86
Nationalities of teaching staff US 8; UK 5; Bahraini
29; Other(s) (Australian, Canadian) 44

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year September-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1982
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by Middle States
Regional organizations ECIS, NESA
Enrollment Nursery 50; PreK 73; Elementary K-5 447;
Middle School 6-8 218; High School 9-12 295; Total
1,083

Tuition range 1,400-2,890


One time Fees Registration 200; Capital Levy 400
Tuition/fee currency Bahraini Dinar
Graduates attending college 98%
Graduates have attended Yale U, U of California at
Berkeley, Bentley Col, Purdue U, U of Warwick

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum International
Average class size Elementary 25; Secondary 25
Language(s) taught Arabic
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Yearbook, Community Service, Drama,
Environmental Conservation
Sports Soccer, Squash, Tennis, Volleyball,
Badminton, Basketball, Football
Clubs Model UN, TradeQuest, Roots & Shoots, Globe
Examinations SAT, TOEFL, IB, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 1 Hectares, 9 Buildings, 78 Classrooms, 4
Computer Labs, 147 Instructional Computers, 32,610
Library Volumes
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Isa Town

Bahrain

Ibn Khuldoon National School


Phone +973 17 780 661
Fax +973 17 689 028
Email hr@ikns.edu.bh
Website www.ikns.edu.bh
Address Road 4111, Area 841, Isa Town Educational Area, Isa Town, Bahrain

STAFF
President Dr. Kamal Abdel-Nour
Business Manager Hassan Radhi
Curriculum & Acting IB Coordinator Ayman Zanoun
Elementary School Principal Maisae Affour, Ph.D.
Middle School Principal Sari Manna
Secondary School Principal Chaouki Barake

Network Administrators Karima Matrook & Leslie


Badalkar
Head Librarian Taghreed Quti
Teaching staff Full time 154; Total 154
Nationalities of teaching staff US 14; UK 5; Bahraini
58; Other(s) (Lebanese, Canadian) 77

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year September-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1983
Governed by Board
Accredited by Middle States
Regional organizations NESA

Enrollment PreK 90; Elementary K-5 630; Middle


School 6-8 311; High School 9-12 440; Total 1,471
Tuition range 2,435-3,850
Tuition/fee currency Bahraini Dinar
Graduates attending college 98% (55% US)
Graduates have attended Massachusetts Institute
of Technology, U of Chicago, London School of
Economics, U of Maryland, U of Toronto

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, IB
Average class size Elementary 22; Secondary 22
Language(s) taught Arabic, French
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, Librarian,
Nurse, Speech/Hearing
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Vocal Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Literary


Magazine, Photography, Yearbook, Community
Service, Dance, Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Soccer, Softball, Tennis,
Track and Field, Volleyball, Badminton, Basketball,
Football
Clubs Heritage, Animal Welfare, Community
Caring, Painting, Chess, Go Green, Healthy Buddies,
Photography
Examinations SAT, SAT II, TOEFL, IB, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 12 Hectares, 8 Buildings, 130 Classrooms, 6
Computer Labs, 150 Instructional Computers, 75,813
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Manama

Bahrain

Riffa Views International School


Phone 973 1656 5000
Fax 973 1791 0392
Email rvisadmin@rvis.edu.bh
Website www.rvis.edu.bh
Address Bldg. 407, Road 4303, Al-Mazrowiah 943, Riffa, Bahrain
Mailing Address PO Box 3050, Manama, Bahrain

STAFF
Director Bernadette Carmody
Business/Finance Manager Akeela Mahdi
Early Childhood Assistant Principal Cheryl
Palamarek
MS/HS Assistant Principal Geoff Ward
Principal K-9 Joanne Garrahy
Director of Technology Robert Prescott

Library/Media Center Sarah Prescott


Teaching staff Full time 44; Part time 1; Total 45
Nationalities of teaching staff US 21; UK 4; Bahraini
7; Other(s) (Canadian, Australian) 13

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-9
School year September-June
School type coeducational, company-sponsored
Year founded 2008
Governed by Board of Trustees
Accredited by CIS, Middle States
Regional organizations NESA

Enrollment Nursery 15; PreK 22; Elementary K-5 167;


Middle School 6-8 55; High School 9-12 10; Total 269
Tuition range 2,500-8,800
One time Fees Registration 50; Books 50
Tuition/fee currency Bahraini Dinar

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum International
Average class size Elementary 21; Secondary 9
Language(s) taught Arabic
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Vocal Music, Computer/Technology, 1:1 Laptop
Program

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Yearbook, Community Service, Drama,
Environmental Conservation, Swimming, Gardening,
Tennis, Golf, Running
Sports Golf, Soccer, Swimming, Tennis, Volleyball,
Basketball
Clubs Gardening
Examinations MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban

Campus 6 Hectares, 2 Buildings, 43 Classrooms, 200


Instructional Computers, 11,500 Library Volumes

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Bahrain

Naseem International School


Phone 973 17782 000
Fax 973 17687 166
Email naseem@batelco.com.bh
Website www.nisbah.com
Address Muharraq Avenue, PO Box 28503, Riffa, Bahrain

STAFF
President & Director Sameera Al-Kooheji
Accountant Anil Kumar
Elementary School Principal Patricia Berry, Ed.D.
IB Coordinator Fuad Prins, Ed.D.
Middle & High School Principal Bilal Okasha, Ed.D.

Head of IT U Hillario
Librarian Cherry Ann Sucgang
Teaching staff Full time 92; Total 92
Nationalities of teaching staff US 7; UK 18; Bahraini
17; Other(s) (Jordanian, Canadian) 50

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year September-June
School type coeducational, day
Year founded 1981
Governed by Advisory Board
Accredited by CIS, Middle States, IBO, CITA
Regional organizations ECIS, NESA, ASCD, NASSP,
PTC
Enrollment Nursery 30; PreK 85; Elementary K-5
320; Middle School 6-8 193; High School 9-12 294;
Total 922

Tuition range 1,725-3,393


Annual fees Capital Levy 400
One time Fees Registration 200
Tuition/fee currency Bahraini Dinar
Graduates attending college 100%
Graduates have attended U of Bahrain, U of
Manchester, Concordia U, Adelaide U of Australia,
Bristol U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/
Expeditions, Newspaper, Yearbook, Community
Service, Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Soccer, Tennis, Track and Field,
Volleyball, Basketball, Football
Examinations SAT, TOEFL, IB, ISA

Curriculum US
Average class size Elementary 20; Secondary 25
Language(s) taught Arabic, English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Psychologist, Reading
Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 4 Hectares, 4 Buildings, 60 Classrooms, 3
Computer Labs, 75 Instructional Computers, 36,000
Library Volumes

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BANGLADESH
Area: 143,998 sq km
Population: 161,083,804
Capital: Dhaka
Currency: Taka
Languages: Bangla (Bengali)

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Chittagong

Bangladesh

Chittagong Grammar School


Phone 880 31 622 472
Fax 880 31 632 001
Email cgs.upper@gmail.com
Website www.chittagonggrammarschool.com
Address 321/11 Sarson Road, Chittagong, Bangladesh

STAFF
Head of Upper School Mahine Khan
Finance Director Farhat Khan
Academic Director Shereen Ispahani, Ed.D.
Director of Development Bilquis Dada
Head of Administration, Upper School Loretta Dias
Head of Lower School Munira Chowdhury
Head of Middle School Muna Huq

Head of InformationTechnology Jalaluddin


Head of Library Philip Clump
Teaching staff Full time 414; Part time 10; Total 424
Nationalities of teaching staff UK 5; Bangladeshi
406; Other(s) (Indian) 13

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day
Year founded 1992
Governed by Board of Directors
Regional organizations Round Square International
Enrollment Nursery 192; PreK 192; Elementary K-5
1,392; Middle School 6-8 464; High School 9-12 236;
Total 2,476

Tuition range 82,000-136,000


Annual fees Books 7,600
One time Fees Registration 45,000
Tuition/fee currency Bangladeshi Taka
Graduates attending college 100%
Graduates have attended Harvard U, Brown U, U of
Cambridge, U of Edinburgh, Imperial Col London

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/
Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation, Arts & Crafts,
Chess, Duke of Edinburgh Awards, Embroidery
Sports Martial Arts, Soccer, Squash, Swimming,
Track and Field, Volleyball, Badminton, Basketball,
Cricket, Football
Clubs Science, Publishing, Youth, Boy Scouts, Girl
Guides, Bengali Society, Young Readers, Nature
Society, Book
Examinations A-level GCE, SAT, SAT II, GCSE, IGCSE,
PSAT

Curriculum UK, National, IGCSE, GCSE


Average class size Elementary 20; Secondary 18
Language(s) taught French, Hindi
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Math Resource, Reading
Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology, Christian Studies, Islamic Studies,
Debating, Elocution, General Knowledge, Table
Tennis, Aerobics, Fitness Training, Karate, Yoga

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 4 Hectares, 7 Buildings, 159 Classrooms, 10
Computer Labs, 320 Instructional Computers, 42,300
Library Volumes

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Dhaka

Bangladesh

American International School Dhaka


Phone 880 2 882 2452
Fax 880 2 882 3175
Email info@aisdhaka.org
Website www.aisdhaka.org
Address 12 United Nations Road, Baridhara, Dhaka, 1212, Bangladesh

STAFF
Superintendent Richard Boerner
Chief Financial Officer Rich Watson
Elementary School Principal Lara Manasfi
High School Principal Ben Marsh
Middle School Principal Susan Lacy

Technology Coordinator Reaz Shaheed


Middle/High School Librarian Colleen Boerner
Teaching staff Full time 103; Part time 5; Total 108
Nationalities of teaching staff US 84; UK 4;
Bangladeshi 4; Other(s) (Canadian, Australian) 16

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1972
Governed by School Board
Accredited by CIS, New England
Regional organizations AISA, ECIS, NESA, SAISA
Enrollment PreK 76; Elementary K-5 316; Middle
School 6-8 163; High School 9-12 184; Total 739
Tuition range 5,725-22,325

Annual fees Capital Levy 1,000


One time Fees Registration 6,450
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 98% (90% US)
Graduates have attended Yale U, Northwestern U,
Col of William & Mary, U of Virginia, Washington U.

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, IB, IBPYP
Average class size Elementary 19; Secondary 15
Language(s) taught French, Spanish, Other
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Math Resource, Nurse,
Physician, Psychologist, Reading Resource, Speech/
Hearing
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Photography,
Yearbook, Community Service, Drama,
Environmental Conservation
Sports Soccer, Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field,
Volleyball, Badminton, Basketball, Cricket
Clubs Amnesty International, National Honor
Society, French Honor Society, Spanish Honor
Society, Student Council, Debate, Service, Habitat for
Humanity, Model UN, Boy & Girl Scouts
Examinations Act, SAT, SAT II, AP, IB, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 2 Hectares, 4 Buildings, 70 Classrooms,
4 Computer Labs, 650 Instructional Computers,
40,400 Library Volumes

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Dhaka

Bangladesh

International School Dhaka


Phone +880 2 8401101
Fax +880 2 8401622
Email info@isdbd.org
Website www.isdbd.org
Address Plot 80, Block E, Basundhara R/A, Dhaka, 1229, Bangladesh

STAFF
CEO Richard Tangye
Business Development Manager Sayed M. Babar
MYP Coordinator Jen Tickle
PYP Coordinator Farhana Bari
Primary Principal Craig Salmon
Secondary Principal Nicholas Hazell

Head of Technology William Bartlett


Librarian Lezlie Faber
Teaching staff Full time 80; Total 80
Nationalities of teaching staff US 10; UK 11;
Bangladeshi 12; Other(s) (Australian, Canadian) 47

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, proprietary
Year founded 1999
Governed by Board
Accredited by CIS, New England
Regional organizations NESA
Enrollment Nursery 80; PreK 40; Elementary K-5
250; Middle School 6-8 150; High School 9-12 180;
Total 700

Tuition range 2,600-16,700


Annual fees Capital Levy 1,000; Busing 1,200; Lunch
850
One time Fees Registration 100
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 95% (30% US)
Graduates have attended McGill U, U Col London, U
of British Columbia, Bard Col, Monash U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/
Expeditions, Newspaper, Photography, Yearbook,
Community Service, Dance, Drama, Environmental
Conservation, Music, Piano, Painting, Debating
Sports Golf, Gymnastics, Soccer, Softball, Swimming,
Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball, Badminton,
Basketball, Cricket, Football
Clubs School of Hope, International Award, Model
UN, Yearbook
Examinations SAT, TOEFL, IB, PSAT, SATII

Curriculum International, IB, IBPYP, IBMYP


Average class size Elementary 20; Secondary 22
Language(s) taught French, Spanish, English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Math Resource, Nurse,
Psychologist, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 3.6 Hectares, 6 Buildings, 82 Classrooms, 3
Computer Labs, 150 Instructional Computers, 30,000
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Bangladesh

Pledge Harbor School and Sports Academy


Phone 88028115417
Email martin.mai@pledgeharbor.com
Website www.pledgeharbor.com
Address House#2, Road #11, Dhanmondi, Dhaka, Bangladesh

STAFF
School Director Martin Mai
Manager, Group Administration Alam
Muniruzzaman
Vice-Principal Andrew Freezludeen
Head of Technology Rahul Karim

Head of Library/Media Center Emily Johnson


Teaching staff Full time 16; Part time 5; Total 21
Nationalities of teaching staff US 5; UK 1;
Bangladeshi 3; Other(s) (Canadian, American) 12

INFORMATION
Grade levels 3-9
School year August-June
School type boys only, boarding, proprietary
Year founded 2011
Governed by ATM Saidul Alam
Regional organizations EARCOS

Enrollment Elementary K-5 80; Middle School 6-8


100; High School 9-12 30; Total 210
Tuition range 150-220
Annual fees Registration 600; Boarding 7-day 12,000
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum UK, International, IB, IGCSE
Average class size Elementary 15; Secondary 20
Language(s) taught French, English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Math Resource, Nurse,
Physician
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Computer/Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Newspaper, Photography, Yearbook,
Community Service, Drama, Environmental
Conservation
Sports Rugby, Soccer, Swimming, Tennis, Track and
Field, Volleyball, Badminton, Baseball, Basketball,
Cricket, Football, Fencing, Ultimate, Handball
Clubs Chess, Model UN, Drama, Computer, NGO,
Environmental, Art, Science, Horticulture, Yearbook,
Photography, Astronomy
Examinations A-level GCE, SAT, SAT II, IGCSE, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 27 Hectares, 5 Buildings, 30 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 30 Instructional Computers, 10,000
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BELARUS
Area: 207,600 sq km
Population: 9,542,883
Capital: Minsk
Currency: Belarusian Ruble
Languages: Belarusian, Russian

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Minsk

Belarus

International School of Minsk


Phone 375 17 265 1216
Fax 375 17 265 1216
Email minsk@qsi.org
Website minsk.qsischool.org
Address Perioluk Bagdonovicha 15, Minsk, 220040, Belarus

STAFF
Director Thomas Tunny
Head of Technology Sasha Lipski
Librarian Sharon Redmon
Teaching staff Full time 13; Part time 6; Total 19

Nationalities of teaching staff US 6; Belarusian 13

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1993
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by Middle States
Regional organizations CEESA
Enrollment PreK 9; Elementary K-5 41; Middle School
6-8 8; High School 9-12 16; Total 74
Tuition range 6,200-19,000

Annual fees Capital Levy 1,600


One time Fees Registration 300
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100% (100% US)
Graduates have attended Cornell U, Col of William
& Mary

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 10; Secondary 5
Language(s) taught Russian, English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Librarian
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Newspaper, Photography, Yearbook,
Community Service, Dance, Drama
Sports Soccer, Squash, Swimming, Basketball
Clubs Chess, Yearbook, Student Council, Russian,
Photography, Various Sports, Community Service
Examinations SAT, SAT II, TOEFL, AP, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 1 Hectares, 1 Buildings, 16 Classrooms, 1
Computer Labs, 20 Instructional Computers, 4,200
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BELGIUM

BELGIUM
Area: 30,528 sq km
Population: 10,438,353
Capital: Brussels
Currency: Euro
Languages: Dutch, French

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Antwerp

Belgium

Antwerp International School, vzw


Phone 32 3 543 93 00
Fax 32 3 541 82 01
Email ais@ais-antwerp.be
Website www.ais-antwerp.be
Address Veltwijcklaan 180, Antwerpen, 2180, Belgium

STAFF
Headmaster Arthur Geoffrey Fisher
Business Manager Tilde Coppin
Elementary School Principal Kaye Gustafson
Middle & High School Principal Gwyn Underwood
IT Director Wendy Gorton

Library and Media Specialist Carl Feucht


Teaching staff Full time 55; Part time 29; Total 84
Nationalities of teaching staff US 13; UK 17; Belgian
27; Other(s) (Canadian) 27

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1967
Governed by Board of Trustees
Accredited by CIS, New England
Regional organizations ECIS, NECIS, CESSIB
Enrollment Nursery 14; PreK 15; Elementary K-5 134;
Middle School 6-8 94; High School 9-12 195; Total 452
Tuition range 7,615-24,930

Annual fees Capital Levy 525


One time Fees Registration 1,000
Tuition/fee currency Euro
Graduates attending college 96% (35% US)
Graduates have attended U of Cambridge, Columbia
U, London School of Economics, New York U,
Georgetown U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum International, IB, IGCSE
Average class size Elementary 16; Secondary 18
Language(s) taught Dutch, French, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Speech/Hearing
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Golf, Soccer, Softball,
Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball,
Basketball, Football
Examinations Act, SAT, SAT II, IB, IGCSE, PSAT, ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban

Campus 3 Hectares, 6 Buildings, 40 Classrooms, 2


Computer Labs

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Brussels

Belgium

BEPS International School


Phone 32 2 648 4311
Fax 32 2 646 1653
Email info@beps.com
Website www.beps.com
Address 23 Avenue Franklin Roosevelt, Brussels, Brabant, 1050, Belgium
Mailing Address Rue de Wavre, Bierges, Brabant, 1301, Belgium

STAFF
General Director Poul Erik Beck Soerensen
Director Education & Public Relations Henny de
Waal
Head Teacher Mandy Porrett

Teaching staff Full time 27; Part time 3; Total 30


Nationalities of teaching staff US 1; UK 7; Belgian 7;
Other(s) 15

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-5
School year September-June
School type coeducational, day, proprietary
Year founded 1972
Governed by Director
Regional organizations ECIS

Enrollment Nursery 58; PreK 30; Elementary K-5 138;


Total 226
Tuition range 9,250-21,250
One time Fees Registration 500
Tuition/fee currency Euro

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum UK, International
Average class size Elementary 18
Language(s) taught French
Language(s) of instruction English

Staff specialists Computer, ESL, Librarian


Special curricular programs Physical Education,
Vocal Music, Computer/Technology
Sports Gymnastics

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 6 Hectares, 2 Buildings, 20 Classrooms, 1
Computer Labs, 20 Instructional Computers, 9,000
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Brussels

Belgium

St Pauls British Primary School


Phone 32 2 767 3098
Email info@stpaulsbps.com
Website www.stpaulsbps.com
Address Stationsstraat 3, Vossem-Tervuren, 3080, Belgium

STAFF
Headteacher Brett Neilson
Teaching staff Full time 13; Part time 3; Total 16

Nationalities of teaching staff UK 14; Belgian 1;


Other(s) (South African) 1

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-4
School year September-July
School type coeducational, church-affiliated
Year founded 1975
Governed by School Board
Enrollment Nursery 20; PreK 18; Elementary K-5 40;
Total 78

Tuition range 8,250-22,400


Annual fees Busing 4,150
One time Fees Registration 785
Tuition/fee currency Euro

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum UK
Average class size Elementary 12
Language(s) taught French
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse

Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,


Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology
Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/
Expeditions, Dance, Environmental Conservation
Sports Gymnastics, Hockey, Rugby, Softball,
Badminton, Basketball, Cricket, Football
Examinations SAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Rural
Campus 3 Buildings, 14 Classrooms, 1 Computer
Labs, 16 Instructional Computers, 10,000 Library
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Belgium

St. Johns International School


Phone 32 2 352 0610
Email contact@stjohns.be
Website www.stjohns.be
Address Dreve Richelle 146, Waterloo, 1410, Belgium

STAFF
Director Thomas Hawkins, Ed.D.
Business Manager Adrian Bowcher
Admissions Marcia de Wolf
Deputy Director Marjan Blok, Ph.D.
Elementary School Principal Johanna Bambridge
High School Prinicpal Deborah Brook
Middle School Principal Ben Kestner

IT Manager Jean-Louis Cornez


Librarian Veronica Cunningham
Teaching staff Full time 115; Part time 10; Total 125
Nationalities of teaching staff US 27; UK 36; Belgian
31; Other(s) 31

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-13
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1964
Governed by Religious Congregation & Board
Accredited by CIS, Middle States
Regional organizations ECIS
Enrollment PreK 28; Elementary K-5 300; Middle
School 6-8 240; High School 9-12 330; Grade 13 2;
Total 900

Tuition range 13,255-29,695


Annual fees Busing 2,775
One time Fees Registration 1,000
Tuition/fee currency Euro
Graduates attending college 95% (50% US)
Graduates have attended Harvard U, Yale U, U of
Cambridge, U of Oxford, Massachusetts Institute of
Technology

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum International, IB, IBPYP, AP
Average class size Elementary 18; Secondary 20
Language(s) taught Dutch, French, German, Spanish,
Korean
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Psychologist, Reading
Resource, Speech/Hearing
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program

Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,


Yearbook, Community Service, Dance, Drama
Sports Cross-Country, Golf, Soccer, Softball,
Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball,
Baseball, Basketball
Clubs Chess, Ceramics, Math, Science, Drama, Dance,
Sports
Examinations Act, IOWA, SAT, SAT II, AP, IB, MAT,
PSAT, ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 7 Hectares, 9 Buildings, 50 Classrooms,
4 Computer Labs, 700+ Instructional Computers,
40,000 Library Volumes

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Brussels

Belgium

The British International School of Brussels


Phone 32 2 736 8981
Fax 32 2 736 8983
Email schooloffice@bisb.org
Website www.bisb.org
Address 163 Avenue Emile Max, B-1030, Brussels, Belgium

STAFF
Head Teacher Stephen Prescott
Infant Department Coordinator Helen Prescott
Junior Department Coordinator Tim Gill
Head of Library & Media Center Beverley Tranter

Teaching staff Full time 10; Part time 7; Total 17


Nationalities of teaching staff US 1; UK 7; Belgian 1;
Other(s) (Australian, Italian) 8

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-5
School year September-July
School type coeducational, day, proprietary
Year founded 2000
Governed by Board
Regional organizations ECIS

Enrollment Nursery 20; PreK 18; Elementary K-5 80;


Total 118
Tuition range 14,280-17,950
Annual fees Busing 3,700
One time Fees Registration 500
Tuition/fee currency Euro

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum UK
Average class size Elementary 16
Language(s) taught French
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian
Special curricular programs Instrumental Music,
Vocal Music

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Dance, Drama
Sports Hockey, Martial Arts, Soccer, Swimming,
Tennis, Cricket
Clubs Computers, Book Making, Drama, Needlework,
Soccer, Jazz Ballet, Origami, Karate, Chess

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 1 Hectares, 2 Buildings, 12 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 34 Instructional Computers, 4,500
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Belgium

The International School of Brussels


Phone 32 2 661 4211
Fax 32 2 661 4200
Email admissions@isb.be
Website www.isb.be
Address Kattenberg 19, Brussels, 1170, Belgium

STAFF
Director Kevin Bartlett
Finance Director Francis Trappeniers
Head of Early Childhood Center Caroline Nuu
Head of Elementary School Anna Zeiders
Head of High School Felim Bolster
Head of Middle School Michael Crowley Ph.D.
Director of Technology Doug Stone

Librarians Katie Basha & Jeffrey Brewster


Teaching staff Full time 207; Part time 74; Total 281
Nationalities of teaching staff US 60; UK 44;
Belgian 81; Other(s) (Canadian, Irish) 96

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-13
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day
Year founded 1951
Governed by Board of Trustees
Accredited by CIS, Middle States
Regional organizations ECIS
Enrollment Nursery 33; PreK 34; Elementary K-5
500; Middle School 6-8 360; High School 9-12 570;
Total 1,497

Tuition range 13,300-29,450


Annual fees Busing 2,500
One time Fees Registration 1,000
Tuition/fee currency Euro
Graduates attending college 98%
Graduates have attended Imperial Col London,
Harvard U, Boston U, Queens U, Maastricht U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/
Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Golf, Hockey, Rugby, Soccer,
Softball, Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field,
Volleyball, Badminton, Baseball, Basketball, Football
Examinations SAT, SAT II, TOEFL, AP, IB, PSAT, MAP,
ISA

Curriculum US, International, IB, AP


Average class size Elementary 22; Secondary 18
Language(s) taught Dutch, French, German, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Reading Resource,
Speech/Hearing
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Rural
Campus 40 Hectares, 7 Buildings, 110 Classrooms,
4 Computer Labs, 1,265 Instructional Computers,
56,000 Library Volumes
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BELIZE

BELIZE
Area: 22,966 sq km
Population: 327,719
Capital: Beloman
Currency: Belizean Dollar
Languages: Spanish, Creole, English

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Belmopan

Belize

QSI International School of Belize


Email belize@qsi.org
Address Mile 49.5, Western Highway, Camalote Village, Belize

STAFF
Director Valerie Nathanson
Teaching staff Full time 3; Part time 1; Total 4

Nationalities of teaching staff US 1; Belizean 1;


Other(s) (Canadian) 2

INFORMATION
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day
Year founded 2011
Governed by QSI

Enrollment Nursery 2; PreK 2; Elementary K-5 12;


Middle School 6-8 2; Total 18
One time Fees Registration 300
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US
Average class size Elementary 4
Language(s) taught Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English

Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,


Vocal Music, Computer/Technology

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 2 Acres Hectares, 1 Buildings, 4 Classrooms,
1 Computer Labs, 8 Instructional Computers, 2,000
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BOLIVIA

BOLIVIA
Area: 1,098,581 sq km
Population: 10,290,003
Capital: La Paz
Currency: Boliviano
Languages: Spanish, Quechua, Aymara

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Cochabamba

Bolivia

Cochabamba Cooperative School


Phone 591 4 4490 605
Fax 591 4 4490 609
Email ccs.calvert@yahoo.com
Website www.ccs.edu.bo
Address Av. Circunvalacion, Cochabamba, Bolivia

STAFF
Director Alma Cabello
Finance Manager Elizabeth Fiorilo
Technology Department Chair Hugo Murillo
Librarian Heidi Balderama

Teaching staff Full time 28; Part time 2; Total 30


Nationalities of teaching staff US 15; Bolivian 15

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-May
School type coeducational, day, proprietary
Year founded 1954
Governed by School Board
Accredited by Southern
Regional organizations AASB, AASSA

Enrollment PreK 53; Elementary K-5 173; Middle


School 6-8 87; High School 9-12 86; Total 399
Tuition range 1,000-3,800
Tuition/fee currency Bolivian Boliviano
Graduates attending college 100%
Graduates have attended Stanford U, U of Arkansas,
Illinois Institute of Technology, Baylor U, Tulane U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 15; Secondary 20
Language(s) taught Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Librarian, Nurse, Psychologist
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Newspaper, Yearbook,


Community Service, Drama, Environmental
Conservation
Sports Soccer, Track and Field, Volleyball, Basketball
Clubs National Honor Society
Examinations SAT, SAT II, MAT, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 5 Hectares, 15 Buildings, 45 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 55 Instructional Computers, 15,000
Library Volumes
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Cochabamba

Bolivia

The American International School of Bolivia


Phone 591 442 88577
Fax 591 442 88576
Email direccion@aisb.edu.bo
Website www.aisb.edu.bo
Address Avenida Ecologica km. 1.5, Zona Linde-Tiquipaya, Cochabamba, Bolivia

STAFF
Director General Selena Skelly-Dorn
Chief Administrator Tatiana Jimenez
Primary Director Paola Villarroel
Secondary Director Ana Maria Gonzalez
Computer Technologist Edwin Velasco

Library Coordinator Karina Reza


Teaching staff Full time 30; Part time 5; Total 35
Nationalities of teaching staff US 7; Bolivian 23;
Other(s) (German) 5

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1993
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by Southern
Regional organizations AASSA, ECIS
Enrollment PreK 19; Elementary K-5 99; Middle
School 6-8 54; High School 9-12 68; Total 240
Tuition range 120-394

Annual fees Insurance 27; Busing 34


One time Fees Registration 1,500
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100%
Graduates have attended New York Institute of
Technology, U of Richmond, U of North Florida,
Northeastern U, Suffolk U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US
Average class size Elementary 22; Secondary 22
Language(s) taught Dutch, French, German,
Mandarin, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Librarian, Psychologist
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Vocational, Instrumental Music, Vocal Music,
Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Newspaper, Yearbook, Community
Service, Dance, Environmental Conservation, Chorus,
Folkloric Dance
Sports Soccer, Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field,
Volleyball, Basketball
Examinations Act, SAT, SAT II, TOEFL, AP, IB

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 5 Hectares, 9 Buildings, 18 Classrooms, 1
Computer Labs, 28 Instructional Computers, 15,000
Library Volumes
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La Paz

Bolivia

American Cooperative School


Phone 591 2 2792 302
Fax 591 2 2797 218
Email acs@acslp.org
Website www.acslp.org
Address Calle 10 y Pasaje Kantutas, Calacoto, La Paz, Bolivia

STAFF
Superintendent Sharon Schauss
Business Manager Walter Pena
Elementary Vice Principal Maria Inarra
Secondary Counselor Maria Garcia
Secondary Vice Principal Grace Kerscher

Head of IT Israel Trifo


Head of Library & Media Center Gaila Chambi
Teaching staff Full time 35; Part time 9; Total 44
Nationalities of teaching staff US 22; Bolivian 22

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year August-May
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1955
Governed by Board of Trustees
Accredited by Southern
Regional organizations AASSA

Enrollment Nursery 37; PreK 31; Elementary K-5 147;


Middle School 6-8 72; High School 9-12 98; Total 385
Tuition range 2,600-14,200
One time Fees Capital Levy 10,000
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100% (100% US)
Graduates have attended Princeton U, U of Chicago,
U of Miami, Virginia Tech, U of Notre Dame

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 15; Secondary 15
Language(s) taught French, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse

Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,


Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology
Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,
Newspaper, Yearbook, Community Service, Drama
Sports Gymnastics, Soccer, Swimming, Track and
Field, Volleyball, Basketball
Examinations Act, IOWA, SAT, TOEFL, AP, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 7 Hectares, 9 Buildings, 50 Classrooms, 4
Computer Labs, 120 Instructional Computers, 24,000
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La Paz

Bolivia

Highlands International School


Phone 591 2 274 5113
Fax 591 2 274 5113
Email his@nics.org
Website www.highlandsinternational.org
Address Urbanizacion Valle de Sol, Mallasilla, La Paz, Bolivia

STAFF
Director Scott Frost
Buisness Supervisor Roberto Flores
Technology Supervisor Scott Cunningham
Library Supervisor Alison Ziegler

Teaching staff Full time 19; Part time 2; Total 21


Nationalities of teaching staff US 17; Bolivian 4

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 2003
Governed by Network of International Christian
Schools
Accredited by Southern
Enrollment PreK 10; Elementary K-5 70; Middle
School 6-8 30; High School 9-12 40; Total 150
Tuition range 2,000-7,000

Annual fees Registration 200; Books 300


One time Fees Capital Levy 7,000
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100%
Graduates have attended U of Washington, Taylor U,
U of Arkansas, Liberty U, Waynesburg U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US
Average class size Elementary 15; Secondary 10
Language(s) taught German, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists ESL
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Excursions/


Expeditions, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Mountaineering
Sports Soccer
Clubs Games, Music, Yearbook, Photography
Examinations SAT, AP, Stanford

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban

Campus 5 Buildings, 15 Classrooms, 1 Computer


Labs, 6,000 Library Volumes

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Santa Cruz

Bolivia

Santa Cruz Cooperative School


Phone 591 3 3530 808
Fax 591 3 3526 993
Email wmckelligott@sccs.edu.bo
Website www.sccs.edu.bo
Address Calle Barcelona #1, Barrio Las Palmas, Santa Cruz, Bolivia

STAFF
Director General William McKelligott
Administrative & Finance Manager Patricia Vilela
Assistant Secondary Principal Ken Davis
Elementary Counselor Vanessa Krewiec Ph.D.
Elementary Principal Susan Zapata
Secondary Counselor Silke Scholer Ph.D.
Secondary Principal Nicolaas Mostert

Technology Coordinator Heath Kondro


Media Specialist & Librarian Rebecca Battistoni
Teaching staff Full time 54; Total 54
Nationalities of teaching staff US 28; Bolivian 19;
Other(s) (Canadian, Argentine) 7

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1959
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by Southern
Regional organizations AASSA
Enrollment PreK 50; Elementary K-5 249; Middle
School 6-8 133; High School 9-12 148; Total 580
Tuition range 3,530-6,260

Annual fees Registration 300; Insurance 32; Busing


300
One time Fees Capital Levy 6,000
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100% (90% US)
Graduates have attended Cornell U, U of Notre
Dame, Harvard U, Stanford U, U of Miami

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/
Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Soccer, Track and Field, Volleyball, Basketball
Clubs National Honor Society, Student Government,
Helping Hands, Knowledge Bowl, Science Fair
Examinations Act, SAT, SAT II, TOEFL, AP, PSAT,
MAP

Curriculum US, National, AP


Average class size Elementary 18; Secondary 21
Language(s) taught Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Physician, Psychologist,
Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 4 Hectares, 8 Buildings, 48 Classrooms, 4
Computer Labs, 185 Instructional Computers, 19,000
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BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA


Area: 51,197 sq km
Population: 4,622,292
Capital: Sarajevo
Currency: Konvertibilna Marka
Languages: Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian

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Sarajevo

Bosnia and Herzegovina

QSI International School of Sarajevo


Phone 387 33 424 450
Fax 387 33 424 471
Email sarajevo@qsi.org
Website www.qsi.org/bhz_home/bhz_home.htm
Address Omladinska #16, 71320 Vogosca, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

STAFF
Director Karin Noll
Business Manager Sladana Hrelja
IT Teacher Sanjin Medic
Librarian Selma Sakic

Teaching staff Full time 22; Part time 1; Total 23


Nationalities of teaching staff US 10; Bosnia and
Herzegovina 10; Other(s) (Australian, Canadian) 3

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1997
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by Middle States
Enrollment PreK 7; Elementary K-5 56; Middle School
6-8 27; High School 9-12 24; Total 114

Annual fees Capital Levy 1,600; Busing 2,500


One time Fees Registration 300
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100% (100% US)
Graduates have attended Northeastern U, Xavier U,
U of Cincinnati, U of Sarajevo, Purdue U, Art Institute
of Chicago

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 10; Secondary 10
Language(s) taught French, German
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, ESL, Librarian, Nurse
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Vocal Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Yearbook, Community Service, Drama
Sports Soccer, Volleyball, Basketball
Clubs Roots and Shoots, Girl Scouts
Examinations AP, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 1 Hectares, 2 Buildings, 25 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 50 Instructional Computers, 10,000
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BRAZIL

BRAZIL
Area: 8,514,877 sq km
Population: 205,716,890
Capital: Brasilia
Currency: Real
Languages: Portuguese

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Belo Horizonte

Brazil

American School of Belo Horizonte


Phone 55 31 3378 6700
Fax 55 31 3378 6878
Email eabh@eabh.com.br
Website www.eabh.com.br
Address Av. Prof. Mario Werneck, 3002, Bairro Buritis, Belo Horizonte, 30575-180, Brazil

STAFF
Director Catarina Chen
Business Manager Jaqueline Oliveira
Brazilian Program Director Juliana Lage Santos
MYP Coordinator Gaby Kinsch

PYP Coordinator Ruth Pesses Martins


Teaching staff Full time 25; Part time 15; Total 40
Nationalities of teaching staff US 7; Brazilian 32;
Other(s) (Canadian) 1

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1956
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by Southern
Regional organizations AASB, AASSA
Enrollment Nursery 9; PreK 17; Elementary K-5 62;
Middle School 6-8 34; High School 9-12 40; Total 162
Tuition range 9,888-41,145

One time Fees Registration 4,000; Capital Levy


4,500
Tuition/fee currency Brazilian Real
Graduates attending college 100%
Graduates have attended Georgetown U, Boston U,
Pennsylvania State U, Colorado State U, American U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 10; Secondary 10
Language(s) taught Portuguese
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, ESL, Librarian,
Psychologist
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Yearbook,


Community Service, Dance, Drama, Environmental
Conservation
Sports Martial Arts, Soccer, Swimming, Volleyball,
Basketball
Clubs Student Council, Model UN, Compost,
Recycling
Examinations Act, IOWA, SAT, TOEFL, AP, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 3 Hectares, 6 Buildings, 16 Classrooms, 1
Computer Labs, 40 Instructional Computers, 10,000
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Brasilia

Brazil

American School of Brasilia


Phone 55 61 3442 9700
Fax 55 61 3442 9729
Email bdequanne@eabdf.br
Website www.eabdf.br
Address SGAS 605, Conjunto E Lotes 34/37, Brasilia, DF, 70200-650, Brazil

STAFF
Head of School Barry Dequanne
Business Manager Flvio Sottomayor
Brazilian Studies Director Denise Turati
Early Childhood Principal Andrea Pearson
High School Principal Derrick des Vignes
Middle School Principal Priscila Torres
Upper Elementary Principal Beth Lopez

Technology Coordinator Daniel De Moraes


Head Librarian Anna Maria Machado
Teaching staff Full time 68; Total 68
Nationalities of teaching staff US 31; UK 1; Brazilian
31; Other(s) (Canadian, French) 5

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1961
Governed by Self-Perpetuating Board
Accredited by Southern
Regional organizations AASB, AASSA
Enrollment PreK 62; Elementary K-5 244; Middle
School 6-8 120; High School 9-12 151; Total 577
Tuition range 27,144-45,516

One time Fees Registration 220; Capital Levy 25,287


Tuition/fee currency Brazilian Real
Graduates attending college 100% (36% US)
Graduates have attended Brown U, U of
Pennsylvania, Cornell U, U of California- Los Angeles,
U of Edinburgh

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/
Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Photography,
Yearbook, Community Service, Dance, Drama,
Environmental Conservation, Cheerleading, Capoeira,
Jiu Jitsu
Sports Martial Arts, Soccer, Softball, Volleyball,
Basketball
Clubs Model UN, Knowledge Bowl, Math Counts,
Criamar/Casa De Moises (orphanage), B.A.R.K.
Animal Rescue, Fala Ingls, Blink(Business), STUCO,
Global Issues Network, GO Green
Examinations Act, SAT, SAT II, TOEFL, AP, IB, PSAT,
MAP, ERB WrAP

Curriculum US, National, IB, AP


Average class size Elementary 22; Secondary 22
Language(s) taught French, Portuguese, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Math Resource, Nurse,
Psychologist, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Vocal
Music, Computer/Technology

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 2 Hectares, 6 Buildings, 50 Classrooms, 3
Computer Labs, 95 Instructional Computers, 25,000
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Campinas

Brazil

American School of Campinas


Phone 55 19 2102 1000
Fax 55 19 2102 1016
Email talktous@eac.com.br
Website www.escolaamericanadecampinas.com.br
Address Rua Cajamar, 35, Chacara da Barra, Campinas, 13090-860, Brazil

STAFF
Superintendent Stephen Herrera
Business Manager Luiz Percico
Brazilian Program Director Ester Gonsalez
Curriculum Coordinator Christopher Kuczynski
Elementary School Principal Luciane Garcia
Upper School Principal Davi Sanchez Neto
Technology Coordinator Leonardo Goes

Librarian Lais Martins


Teaching staff Full time 72; Part time 4; Total 76
Nationalities of teaching staff US 6; UK 1; Brazilian
66; Other(s) (Canadian) 3

INFORMATION
Grade levels Nursery-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1956
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by Southern
Regional organizations AASB, AASSA
Enrollment Nursery 32; PreK 40; Elementary K-5 281;
Middle School 6-8 134; High School 9-12 126; Total
613

Tuition range 31,117-57,594


One time Fees Registration 33,000
Tuition/fee currency Brazilian Real
Graduates attending college 100% (60% US)
Graduates have attended Duke U, U of Chicago,
Middlebury Col, McGill U, Chapman U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, IB, AP
Average class size Elementary 24; Secondary 20
Language(s) taught Portuguese
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Librarian, Nurse, Psychologist, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Newspaper, Photography, Yearbook,
Community Service, Dance, Drama, Environmental
Conservation
Sports Martial Arts, Soccer, Softball, Volleyball,
Basketball, Football
Examinations Act, SAT, SAT II, TOEFL, AP, PSAT,
MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 14 Hectares, 13 Buildings, 53 Classrooms, 3
Computer Labs, 100 Instructional Computers, 20,000
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Curitiba

Brazil

International School of Curitiba


Phone 55 41 3525 7401
Fax 55 41 3525 7499
Email isc@iscbrazil.com
Website www.iscbrazil.com
Address Av. Dr. Eugenioio Bertolli, 3900, Santa Felicidade, Curitiba, Paran, 82410-530, Brazil

STAFF
Superintendent Bill Pearson
Business Manager Rebeca Heinerici
Admissions/Brazilian Program Director Claudia
Lebiedziejewski
Early Childhood Principal Marizete Bolzani
Elementary Principal Paul Combs
Instructional Technology Coordinator Joyce Pereira

Secondary Principal Bruce Leiper


Technology Coordinator Fabio Rocco
Librarian Sandra Sparremberger
Teaching staff Full time 51; Part time 3; Total 54
Nationalities of teaching staff US 15; Brazilian 39

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1959
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by Southern
Regional organizations AASB, AASSA
Enrollment Nursery 40; PreK 26; Elementary K-5 178;
Middle School 6-8 93; High School 9-12 61; Total 398
Tuition range 23,727-37,940

Annual fees Capital Levy 1,750; Lunch 1,940


One time Fees Registration 3,000
Tuition/fee currency Brazilian Real
Graduates attending college 100% (70% US)
Graduates have attended Northwestern U, U of
Washington Seattle, Bates Col, U of CaliforniaSanta Cruz, Penn State U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, International, IB
Average class size Elementary 20; Secondary 18
Language(s) taught Portuguese, Spanish, English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Librarian, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Vocal
Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,


Literary Magazine, Newspaper, Yearbook,
Community Service, Dance, Drama, Environmental
Conservation
Sports Gymnastics, Soccer, Tennis, Volleyball,
Basketball
Clubs National Honor Society, Junior National Honor
Society, Student Council, Junior Student Council,
Nature, Creativity Action Service, Model UN
Examinations IOWA, SAT, SAT II, IB, PSAT, MAP, ERB
WrAP, DRA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 8 Hectares, 19 Buildings, 47 Classrooms, 4
Computer Labs, 240 Instructional Computers, 70,629
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Porto Alegre

Brazil

The Pan American School of Porto Alegre


Phone 55.51.3334.5866
Fax 55.51.3334.5866
Email information@panamerican.com.br
Website www.panamerican.com.br
Address Av. Joo Obino, 110, Porto Alegre, RS, 90470-150, Brazil

STAFF
Director Jeffrey Jurkovac
Business Manager Srgio Nunes
Curriculum Coordinator Cassie Koscianski
Director of Brazilian Programs Isis Aquino
Elementary Principal & ECE Coordinator Lorrie
Turner
MS & HS Principal Lisa Warrilow

IT Coordinator Rafael Soto Nogueira


Librarian Cintia Bastos
Teaching staff Full time 42; Part time 12; Total 54
Nationalities of teaching staff US 10; Brazilian 36;
Other(s) (Canadian, Austrian) 8

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1965
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by Southern
Regional organizations AASB, AASSA
Enrollment PreK 80; Elementary K-5 155; Middle
School 6-8 73; High School 9-12 45; Total 353
Tuition range 16,905-30,168

Annual fees Capital Levy 7,632


One time Fees Registration 1,174
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100% (100% US)
Graduates have attended Yale U, Brown U, U of
Pennsylvania, Purdue U, U of St. Andrews

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/
Expeditions, Photography, Yearbook, Community
Service, Dance, Drama, Environmental Conservation,
Skating, Swimming, Tennis, Capoeira, Basketball,
Volleyball, Robotics
Sports Martial Arts, Soccer, Swimming, Tennis,
Volleyball, Basketball
Clubs Model UN, Destination Imagination, Math
Counts, Knowledge Bowl, National Honor Society,
National Junior Honor Society, Student Council,
Global Issues Network
Examinations Act, SAT, SAT II, AP, PSAT, MAP, ENEM

Curriculum US, National, International, IBPYP, AP


Average class size Elementary 23; Secondary 17
Language(s) taught Japanese, Portuguese, Spanish,
English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Psychologist
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Vocal
Music, Computer/Technology

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 1 Hectares, 1 Buildings, 21 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 130 Instructional Computers, 17,000
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Recife

Brazil

American School of Recife


Phone 55 81 3341 4716
Fax 55 81 3341 4716 Ext. 17
Email info@ear.com.br
Website www.ear.com.br
Address Rua Sa e Souza 408, Boa Viagem, Recife, Pernambuco, 51030 065, Brazil

STAFF
Superintendent Erich Heise
Business Manager Ana Valeria de Sande
Brazilian Studies Director Maria do Carmo Apolinario
Elementary Principal Kathy Short
Guidance Counselor Charles Hodges
Middle & High School Principal Bonnie Lindgren
Technology Coordinator Alberto Brasileiro

Librarian Dayse Nascimento


Teaching staff Full time 30; Part time 11; Total 41
Nationalities of teaching staff US 8; UK 1; Brazilian
30; Other(s) (French, Paraguayan) 2

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1957
Governed by Board of Trustees
Accredited by Southern
Regional organizations AASB, AASSA

Enrollment Nursery 43; PreK 23; Elementary K-5 126;


Middle School 6-8 67; High School 9-12 65; Total 324
Tuition range 14,717-34,161
One time Fees Registration 537; Capital Levy 6,008
Tuition/fee currency Brazilian Real
Graduates attending college 98%
Graduates have attended Harvard U, Yale U, Boston
U, New York U, U of California- Los Angeles

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 22; Secondary 17
Language(s) taught French, Portuguese, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Librarian, Nurse, Psychologist, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,


Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Soccer, Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball,
Badminton, Basketball
Clubs Eco
Examinations Act, SAT, SAT II, Stanford, AP, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 8 Hectares, 4 Buildings, 32 Classrooms, 1
Computer Labs, 65 Instructional Computers, 20,000
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Rio de Janeiro

Brazil

Escola Americana do Rio de Janeiro


Phone 55 21 2125 9002
Fax 55 21 2259 4722
Email r.werner@earj.com.br
Website www.earj.com.br
Address Estrada da Gavea, 132, Gavea, Rio de Janeiro, 22451 263, Brazil

STAFF
Head of School Robert Werner
Business Manager Emilia Ferreira
Barra School Coordinator Ann Kox
Deputy Headmaster Monica Medina-Olds
Lower School Principal Cristiana Jurgensen
Middle/Upper School Principal Alex Partos
Information Technology Manager Steve Esselink

Librarian Barbara Andersen


Teaching staff Full time 116; Part time 1; Total 117
Nationalities of teaching staff US 42; Brazilian 60;
Other(s) (Canadian, Brazilian) 15

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1937
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by Southern
Regional organizations AASB, AASSA
Enrollment Nursery 20; PreK 80; Elementary K-5
360; Middle School 6-8 180; High School 9-12 260;
Total 900

Tuition range 20,000-30,000


Annual fees Busing 2,000; Lunch 1,000
One time Fees Capital Levy 6,500
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 99%
Graduates have attended Harvard U, Yale
U, Stanford U, Princeton U, Vanderbilt U,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Fashion
Institute of Technology, U of Notre Dame

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/
Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Soccer, Softball, Track and Field, Volleyball,
Basketball
Clubs National Honor Society, Model UN, Yearbook,
Newspaper, Chess, Drama, Community Service
Examinations Act, SAT, IB, PSAT, MAP

Curriculum US, IB
Average class size Elementary 18; Secondary 18
Language(s) taught French, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Psychologist, Reading
Resource, Speech/Hearing
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology, Experiential Education

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 5 Hectares, 9 Buildings, 75 Classrooms,
5 Computer Labs, 300 Instructional Computers,
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Salvador

Brazil

Pan American School of Bahia


Phone 55 71 3368 8400
Fax 55 71 3368 8441
Email info@pasb.com.br
Website www.escolapanamericana.com
Address Avenida Ibirapitanga, s/n, Loteamento Patamares, Salvador, Bahia, 41680-010, Brazil

STAFF
Superintendent Dr. William Johnston
Business & Finance Director Marina Skelton
Brazilian Program Coordinator Bianca Begrow
Elementary Principal Patricia Short
Secondary Principal Thomas Connolly

Technology Coordinator Robert Kenevan


Librarian Leda Smith
Teaching staff Full time 67; Part time 2; Total 69
Nationalities of teaching staff US 23; Brazilian 39;
Other(s) (Canadian, Argentine) 7

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year July-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1960
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by Southern
Regional organizations AASB, AASSA, AAIE
Enrollment Nursery 74; PreK 47; Elementary K-5 311;
Middle School 6-8 136; High School 9-12 115; Total
683

Tuition range 11,143-20,432


Annual fees Capital Levy 462
One time Fees Registration 4,380
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100% (75% US)
Graduates have attended Princeton U, Brown
U, Swarthmore Col, American U of London, U of
Chicago, Yale U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 24; Secondary 18
Language(s) taught Portuguese, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,


Newspaper, Yearbook, Community Service, Drama,
Environmental Conservation
Sports Soccer, Swimming, Volleyball, Basketball
Clubs Model UN, Destination Imagination,
Knowledge Bowl
Examinations Act, SAT, SAT II, TOEFL, AP, PSAT,
MAP, ERB

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 8 Hectares, 7 Buildings, 60 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 150 Instructional Computers, 25,000
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Sao Paulo

Brazil

Chapel School (Escola Maria Imaculada)


Phone 55 11 2101 7400
Fax 55 11 5521 7763
Email chapel@chapelschool.com
Website www.chapelschool.com
Address Rua Vigario Joao de Pontes, 537, Sao Paulo, 04748-000, Brazil

STAFF
Superintendent John Ciallelo
Oblate Treasurer Father Peter Curran
Brazilian Program Director Ingrid Storch de Freitas
Curriculum Coordinator Katherine Begley
Director of Guidance & College Placement Juliana
Viola
Early Childhood Coordinator Carla Winkelmann
Elementary Principal Erin Thomas
High School Principal Dr. Carol Halbe

IB Coordinator John Whittlesea


Learning Resource Coordinator Cristiana Cavalcanti
Technology Department Head Otavio Garcia
Coutinho Jr.
Head Librarian Fernanda Caires
Teaching staff Full time 75; Total 75
Nationalities of teaching staff US 32; UK 2; Brazilian
32; Other(s) (Canadian, British) 9

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, church-affiliated, private
non-profit
Year founded 1947
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by Southern
Regional organizations AASB, AASSA, NCEA

Enrollment Nursery 50; PreK 52; Elementary K-5


300; Middle School 6-8 150; High School 9-12 185;
Total 737
Tuition range 4,400-5,000
Annual fees Books 2,300
One time Fees Registration 6,150
Tuition/fee currency Brazilian Real
Graduates attending college 100% (60% US)
Graduates have attended Boston Col, Yale U, Brown
U, Columbia U, U of Notre Dame

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, IB
Average class size Elementary 25; Secondary 23
Language(s) taught French, Portuguese, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Math Resource, Nurse,
Reading Resource, Speech/Hearing
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Yearbook, Community Service, Dance, Drama,
Environmental Conservation
Sports Soccer, Softball, Volleyball, Basketball
Clubs National Honor Society, Community Service,
Retreats, Chess, Computer, Student Council,
Knowledge Bowl, Math Counts, Model UN
Examinations Act, SAT, SAT II, TOEFL, IB, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 3 Hectares, 6 Buildings, 55 Classrooms,
3 Computer Labs, 400 Instructional Computers,
25,000 Library Volumes

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Sao Paulo

Brazil

Graded - The American School of Sao Paulo


Phone 55 11 3747 4800
Fax 55 11 3742 9358
Email hr@graded.br
Website www.graded.br
Address Av. Pres. Giovanni Gronchi, 4710, Morumbi, Sao Paulo, 05724-002, Brazil

STAFF
Superintendent Lee Fertig
Business Manager Jose Carlos Cardozo
Brazilian Studies Director Angelina Fregonesi
Director of Admissions Lisa Peixoto
High School Principal R. Blair Peterson Ed.D.
Lower School Principal Scott Coleman
Middle School Principal Jeffrey Lippman

Director of Technology Mike Dunlop


Head Librarian Meryl Zeindenberg
Teaching staff Full time 141; Part time 12; Total 153
Nationalities of teaching staff US 67; Brazilian 80;
Other(s) (Canadian) 6

INFORMATION
Grade levels Nursery-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1920
Governed by Board of Directors
Regional organizations AASB, AASSA
Enrollment Nursery 145; Elementary K-5 420; Middle
School 6-8 284; High School 9-12 375; Total 1,224

Tuition range 48,600-64,896


One time Fees Registration 315; Capital Levy 28,350
Tuition/fee currency Brazilian Real
Graduates attending college 100% (98% US)
Graduates have attended U of Chicago, U of
Pennsylvania, Yale U, Columbia U, U of British
Columbia

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, National, IB, AP
Average class size Elementary 22; Secondary 17
Language(s) taught French, Portuguese, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Physician, Psychologist
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program, Cheerleading

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Soccer, Softball, Volleyball, Basketball
Clubs Peer Group Connection, Community Service,
Knowledge Bowl, Forensics, Model UN, Math Counts,
Destination Imagination
Examinations Act, SAT, SAT II, AP, IB, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 7 Hectares, 15 Buildings, 90 Classrooms, 10
Computer Labs, 750 Instructional Computers, 50,000
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BULGARIA

BULGARIA
Area: 110,879 sq km
Population: 7,037,935
Capital: Sofia
Currency: Lev
Languages: Bulgarian, Turkish

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Sofia

Bulgaria

Anglo-American School of Sofia


Phone 359 2 923 8810 or 8811
Fax 359 2 923 8859
Email jurquhart@aas-sofia.org
Website www.aas-sofia.org
Address #1 Radiance Street, Sofia, Sofia, Bulgaria
Mailing Address c/o The American Embassy, 16 Koziak Street, Sofia, 1407, Bulgaria

STAFF
Director Jim Urquhart
Business Manager Marchela Ignatova
Athletic / Activities Director Shelley Wowchuk
College Counselor David Stephenson
Curriculum Coordinator Shary Marshall
ES Principal Edgar Miranda
Facilities Manager Todor Todorov

IB Coordinator Jodis Henderson


MS/HS Principal Lee Ann Griffin
ICT Manager Linda Dimitrov
Librarian Kelly Blackwell
Teaching staff Full time 55; Total 55
Nationalities of teaching staff US 25; UK 5;
Bulgarian 15; Other(s) (Canadian) 10

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1967
Governed by Nine Member School Board (4
appointed by UK Ambassador; 4 appointed by USA
Ambassador; 1 elected)
Accredited by CIS, New England
Regional organizations CEESA, ECIS

Enrollment PreK 18; Elementary K-5 215; Middle


School 6-8 95; High School 9-12 75; Total 403
Tuition range 5,175-16,500
Annual fees Capital Levy 2,665; Busing 1,425
One time Fees Registration 850
Tuition/fee currency Euro
Graduates attending college 100% (40% US)
Graduates have attended Harvard U, U of
Cambridge, Boston U, Northeastern U, Kings Col
London

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, UK, IB
Average class size Elementary 19; Secondary 15
Language(s) taught French, Spanish, Bulgarian
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation, Hiking, Skating
Sports Skiing (Snow), Soccer, Swimming, Tennis,
Volleyball, Basketball
Clubs Roots & Shoots, Model UN, Interact
Examinations SAT, IB, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 7 Hectares, 1 Buildings, 45 Classrooms, 3
Computer Labs, 220 Instructional Computers, 20,000
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Sofia

Bulgaria

The American College of Sofia


Phone 359 2 434 1010
Fax 359 2 434 1009
Email acs@acs.bg
Website www.acs.bg
Address Floyd Black Lane, Sofia, 1000, Bulgaria

STAFF
President Paul K. Johnson, Ph.D.
Business Manager Slaveja Milanova
Dean of Students Magda Bucior
Deputy Director Maria Angelova

IB Coordinator Zori Semkova


Teaching staff Full time 81; Total 81
Nationalities of teaching staff US 24; Bulgarian 57

INFORMATION
Grade levels 8-12
School year September-June
School type boarding, coeducational
Year founded 1860
Governed by Sofia American Schools Board of
Trustees
Accredited by Middle States
Regional organizations CEESA
Enrollment Middle School 6-8 160; High School 9-12
550; Total 710

Tuition range 5,900-5,900


Annual fees Boarding 7-day 2,500
One time Fees Registration 30
Tuition/fee currency Euro
Graduates attending college 100% (15% US)
Graduates have attended Princeton U, U of Oxford,
Harvard U, Yale U, Brown U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US
Average class size Secondary 18
Language(s) taught French, German, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Librarian, Nurse, Physician, Psychologist
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Vocal Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Golf, Soccer, Softball, Tennis, Volleyball,
Badminton, Basketball
Examinations SAT, SAT II, TOEFL, AP, IB, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 22 Hectares, 14 Buildings, 55 Classrooms, 4
Computer Labs, 90 Instructional Computers, 15,000
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BURKINA FASO
Area: 274,200 sq km
Population: 17,275,115
Capital: Ouagadougou
Currency: CFA Franc
Languages: French, native languages

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Ouagadougou

Burkina Faso

International School of Ouagadougou


Phone 226 50 362 143
Fax 226 50 362 228
Email iso@iso.bf
Website www.iso.bf
Address s/c Ambassade des Etats Unis, 01 BP 35, Ouagadougou, 01, Burkina Faso

STAFF
Director Sean Goudie
Finance Manager Jocelyn Ouedraogo
Counselor Michelle Allen
Elementary Principal Angel Prince
Information Technology Coordinator Marcel Niampa

Librarian Deborah Clouser


Teaching staff Full time 29; Part time 8; Total 37
Nationalities of teaching staff US 21; Burkinabe 7;
Other(s) (German, Dutch) 9

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1976
Governed by Seven Member Elected School Board
Accredited by Middle States
Regional organizations AISA
Enrollment PreK 14; Elementary K-5 110; Middle
School 6-8 45; High School 9-12 61; Total 230
Tuition range 3,980-13,588

Annual fees Busing 400


One time Fees Registration 205; Capital Levy 5,000
Tuition/fee currency Euro
Graduates attending college 100%
Graduates have attended Columbia U, Dartmouth
Col, U of North Carolina, McGill U, U of London

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Sports Gymnastics, Martial Arts, Soccer, Softball,
Swimming, Tennis, Volleyball, Badminton,
Basketball
Clubs Business, Model UN, Beading, Pottery, Batik,
Cooking, Dance, Orphanage, Student Government,
Community Service
Examinations Act, SAT, SAT II, TOEFL, AP, PSAT,
MAP

Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 15; Secondary 15
Language(s) taught French, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Physician
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology
Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,
Literary Magazine, Newspaper, Photography,
Yearbook, Community Service, Dance, Drama,
Environmental Conservation

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 3 Hectares, 11 Buildings, 24 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 80 Instructional Computers, 10,900
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CAMBODIA

CAMBODIA
Area: 181,035 sq km
Population: 14,952,665
Capital: Phnom Penh
Currency: Riel
Languages: Khmer

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Phnom Penh

Cambodia

International School of Phnom Penh


Phone 855 23 213 103
Fax 855 23 213 104
Email ispp@ispp.edu.kh
Website www.ispp.edu.kh
Address 146 Norodom Boulevard, PO Box 138, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

STAFF
Director Barry Sutherland
Business Manager Sally Relph
Elementary School Assistant Principal & PYP
Coordinator Kim Engasser
Elementary School Principal Tracy France-George
Secondary School Assistant Principal Holly Shaw
Secondary School Principal Anthony Coles

Technology Coordinator Robert Jenkinson


Librarian Catriona Sutherland
Teaching staff Full time 63; Part time 12; Total 75
Nationalities of teaching staff US 20; UK 16;
Cambodian 4; Other(s) (British, Canadian) 35

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1989
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by CIS, Western
Regional organizations EARCOS, ECIS
Enrollment PreK 77; Elementary K-5 265; Middle
School 6-8 121; High School 9-12 157; Total 620
Tuition range 5,190-16,460

Annual fees Capital Levy 1,920; Busing 650


One time Fees Registration 2,500
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 89% (33% US)
Graduates have attended George Washington U,
Boston U, U of Edinburgh, US Military Academy at
West Point, U of London

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum IB, IBPYP, IBMYP
Average class size Elementary 18; Secondary 11
Language(s) taught French, Mandarin, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Yearbook, Community Service, Dance, Drama,
Environmental Conservation
Sports Golf, Gymnastics, Martial Arts, Soccer,
Softball, Swimming, Track and Field, Volleyball,
Badminton, Basketball, Cricket
Clubs Chess, Cooking, Science, Dance, Tae Kwon Do,
Karate
Examinations SAT, SAT II, IB, PSAT, ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 2 Hectares, 10 Buildings, 40 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 205 Instructional Computers, 33,792
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Phnom Penh

Cambodia

Liger Learning Center


Phone 855 95 929 567
Email robert.landau@theligerfoundation.org
Website www.ligercambodia.org
Address The Liger Charitable Foundation, KBC Building, 5th Floor, Monivong Blvd, Phnom Penh, BKK1,
Cambodia

STAFF
Education Director Robert Landau
Teaching staff Full time 16; Total 16

Nationalities of teaching staff US 7; Other(s) 9

INFORMATION
Grade levels 2-4
School year August-June
School type boarding
Year founded 2011

Governed by The Liger Charitable Foundation


Regional organizations EARCOS
Enrollment Elementary K-5 50; Total 50
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum International
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Counselor, ESL, Nurse
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, 1:1 Laptop Program

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Newspaper, Photography, Community
Service
Sports Soccer, Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field,
Volleyball, Badminton
Examinations MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES

Location Rural
Campus 1.5 Hectares, 7 Buildings, 5 Classrooms

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Phnom Penh

Cambodia

Logos International School


Phone 855 017 473 515
Email office@logoscambodia.org
Website logoscambodia.org
Address PO Box 1534, House 928, Street Poung Peay & Bayabce, Phonom Penh, Cambodia

STAFF
Principal Dan Hein
Teaching staff Full time 30; Total 30

Nationalities of teaching staff US 18; UK 1;


Cambodian 3; Other(s) (Canadian, American) 8

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-May
School type coeducational, church-affiliated
Year founded 2002
Governed by Asian Hope
Accredited by Western
Regional organizations ACSI
Enrollment PreK 25; Elementary K-5 150; Middle
School 6-8 75; High School 9-12 100; Total 350
Tuition range 2,400-3,100

Annual fees Capital Levy 500; Busing 460; Lunch


450; Books 75
One time Fees Registration 500
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100% (80% US)
Graduates have attended US Navel Academy, U of
California-Berkeley, U of Colorado, Liberty U, Messiah
Col

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 12-24; Secondary 24
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Librarian, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Photography, Yearbook, Community
Service, Dance, Drama
Sports Martial Arts, Soccer, Swimming, Volleyball,
Basketball
Clubs Ballet, Khmer Dance, Student Council
Examinations SAT, Stanford, AP, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 1 Buildings, 16 Classrooms, 2 Computer
Labs, 60 Instructional Computers, 15,000 Library
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Phnom Penh

Cambodia

Northbridge International School Cambodia


Phone 855 23 886 000
Fax 855 23 886 009
Email info@nisc.edu.kh
Website www.niscambodia.com
Address Corner Northbridge Street & Sorla Tollway (Street 2004), Phnom Penh, 3, Cambodia
Mailing Address Street 2004, Trapang, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

STAFF
School Head Roy Crawford
Chief Financial Officer Amporn (Mae) Sirichindakul
Admissions & Human Resources Carrie Crawford
Office Manager Margie Gomez
Office Secretary Bopha Leng Chan
Primary Principal Robert Cody
Upper Principal Steve Paterson

Technology Lucas Watson


Media Coordinator Kurt Wittig
Teaching staff Full time 45; Part time 2; Total 47
Nationalities of teaching staff US 11; UK 5;
Cambodian 2; Other(s) (Australian, Canadian) 29

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, company-sponsored,
proprietary
Year founded 1997
Governed by Proprietary with advisory Parent Board
Accredited by Western
Regional organizations EARCOS
Enrollment Nursery 19; PreK 36; Elementary K-5 178;
Middle School 6-8 84; High School 9-12 100; Total 417

Tuition range 5,400-16,700


Annual fees Capital Levy 2,000; Busing 1,200
One time Fees Registration 2,500
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100% (100% US)
Graduates have attended Georgia Tech, Penn State
U, McGill U, U of Alberta, U of Nottingham

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum IB, IBPYP, IBMYP
Average class size Elementary 18; Secondary 22
Language(s) taught French, Mandarin
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Soccer, Swimming, Track and Field, Volleyball,
Basketball
Clubs Habitat for Humanity, Operation Smile, Model
UN, Student Council, ASMA
Examinations SAT, TOEFL, IB, PSAT, ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 7 Hectares, 40 Classrooms, 3 Computer
Labs, 200 Instructional Computers, 12,000 Library
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CAMEROON

CAMEROON
Area: 475,440 sq km
Population: 20,129,878
Capital: Yaounde
Currency: CFA Franc
Languages: English, French, native languages

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Douala

Cameroon

American School of Douala


Phone 237 3342 1437
Fax 237 3342 8393
Email asd@asddouala.com
Website www.asddouala.com
Address 767, Ave. De Palmiers, B.P. 1909, Douala, Cameroon

STAFF
Director Beverly Sortland
Business Manager Oliver Nkwenti
Administrative Assistant Kehmia Fomba
Systems administrator Jurgen Jakam

Librarian Rahma Sargi


Teaching staff Full time 22; Part time 3; Total 25
Nationalities of teaching staff US 5; Cameroonian
13; Other(s) (Canadian, South African) 7

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-10
School year September-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1978
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by Middle States
Regional organizations AISA

Enrollment Nursery 12; PreK 11; Elementary K-5 63;


Middle School 6-8 26; High School 9-12 11; Total 123
Tuition range 7,252-15,568
Annual fees Registration 600
One time Fees Capital Levy 5,000
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US
Average class size Elementary 11; Secondary 8
Language(s) taught French, English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, ESL, Librarian
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Vocal Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Photography, Yearbook, Community
Service, Dance, Drama
Sports Martial Arts, Soccer, Track and Field,
Volleyball, Badminton, Basketball

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 1 Hectares, 1 Buildings, 20 Classrooms, 1
Computer Labs, 35 Instructional Computers, 10,000
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Yaounde

Cameroon

American School of Yaounde


Phone 237 2223 0421
Fax 237 2223 6011
Email school@asoy.org
Website www.asoy.org
Address Rue Martin Paul Samba, Carrefour EMIA, Yaounde, Cameroon

STAFF
Director Paul Sheppard
Business Manager Raymond Tchonang
Administrative Oficer Efi Capulli
Counselor Mary Sibley
IT Coordinator Kyle Sumrow

Librarian Judieth Eshu


Teaching staff Full time 28; Part time 5; Total 33
Nationalities of teaching staff US 20; UK 1;
Cameroonian 5; Other(s) (Canadian, Irish) 7

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type boarding, coeducational, private nonprofit
Year founded 1964
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by CIS, Middle States
Regional organizations AISA
Enrollment PreK 15; Elementary K-5 55; Middle
School 6-8 50; High School 9-12 55; Total 175

Tuition range 5,130-16,496


Annual fees Boarding 7-day 12,000; Busing 1,500;
Lunch 1,000
One time Fees Registration 500; Capital Levy 3,000
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100% (100% US)
Graduates have attended Duke U, Boston U, U of
Massachusetts, Syracuse U, Carlton U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 12; Secondary 13
Language(s) taught French, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Math Resource, Nurse,
Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Vocal
Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Newspaper, Photography, Yearbook,
Community Service, Dance, Drama, Environmental
Conservation
Sports Golf, Gymnastics, Skiing (Snow), Soccer,
Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball,
Basketball
Clubs Model UN, Odyssey of the Mind, Global Issues
Network, Student Council, National Honor Society,
Hands Across Cameroon
Examinations SAT, SAT II, Stanford, TOEFL, AP,
PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 4 Hectares, 5 Buildings, 20 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 60 Instructional Computers, 10,000
Library Volumes
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CAYMAN ISLANDS

CAYMAN ISLANDS
Area: 264 sq km
Population: 52,560
Capital: George Town
Currency: Caymanian Dollar
Languages: English

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Georgetown

Cayman Islands

Cayman International School


Phone 345 945 4664
Fax 345 945 4650
Email cis@cayintschool.ky
Website www.caymaninternationalschool.org
Address PO Box 31364, KY1-1206, Cayman Islands, Grand Cayman, KY1-1206, Cayman Islands

STAFF
Director Jean Caskey
Office Manager Wendy Foreman
Elementary Principal Samantha Polek
Secondary Principal Jeremy Moore
Vice-Principal Nimmi Sekar

Technology Coordinator William Kramm


Librarian Ashley Farr
Teaching staff Full time 46; Part time 4; Total 50
Nationalities of teaching staff US 31; UK 4; Cayman
Islands 1; Other(s) (Canadian) 14

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year September-June
School type coeducational, day, proprietary
Year founded 1994
Governed by International Schools Services, Inc.
Accredited by Middle States
Regional organizations AASCA, ACCAS

Enrollment Nursery 25; PreK 85; Elementary K-5 210;


Middle School 6-8 62; High School 9-12 63; Total 445
Tuition range 8,175-16,066
One time Fees Registration 300
Tuition/fee currency Cayman Islands Dollar
Graduates attending college 100%
Graduates have attended Notre Dame U, Georgia
Tech, James Madison U, U of Leicester, Penn State U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, IB
Average class size Elementary 16; Secondary 15
Language(s) taught Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Vocal
Music, Computer/Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama
Sports Soccer, Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field,
Volleyball, Basketball
Examinations IOWA, SAT, IB, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 9 Buildings, 36 Classrooms, 3 Computer
Labs, 120 Instructional Computers, 15,000 Library
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CHILE

CHILE
Area: 756,102 sq km
Population: 17,067,369
Capital: Santiago
Currency: Chilean Peso
Languages: Spanish

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Santiago

Chile

Santiago College
Phone 56 2 733 8800
Email master@scollege.cl
Website www.scollege.cl
Address Av. Camino Los Trapenses 4007, Lo Barnechea, Santiago, Chile

STAFF
Director Lorna Prado Scott
Business Manager Roberto Ternero
High School Principal Ximena Susaeta
Infant School Principal Claudia Ribalta
Lower School Principal Isabel Martnez
Middle School Principal Alec Jiggins
Upper School Principal Peter Barnett

IT Administrator Oscar Padilla


Librarian Francisca Concha
Teaching staff Full time 115; Part time 63; Total 178
Nationalities of teaching staff US 8; UK 2; Chilean
163; Other(s) (Canadian, Australian) 5

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year March-December
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1880
Governed by Local Directing Council
Accredited by CIS, New England
Regional organizations ECIS

Enrollment PreK 135; Elementary K-5 789; Middle


School 6-8 394; High School 9-12 526; Total 1,844
One time Fees Registration 6,983
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 95% (2% US)
Graduates have attended U of Chile, U Catolica de
Chile, U de los Andes, U Diego Portales, U Andrs
Bello

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum National, IB, IBPYP, IBMYP
Average class size Elementary 25; Secondary 25
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Psychologist
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama
Sports Cross-Country, Gymnastics, Hockey, Rugby,
Skiing (Snow), Soccer, Swimming, Tennis, Volleyball,
Basketball, Football
Examinations SAT, IB, ISA, SIMCE

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 11 Hectares, 9 Buildings, 98 Classrooms, 6
Computer Labs, 208 Instructional Computers, 33,000
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Santiago

Chile

The Grange School


Phone 56 2 5981500
Fax 56 2 227 1204
Email rectoria@grange.cl
Website www.grange.cl
Address Principe de Gales 6154-La Reina, Santiago, 6870671, Chile

STAFF
Rector Rachid Benammar
Bursar Cristian Pubill
Deputy Head Senior School Irene Villarroel
Deputy Heads of Preparatory School Sarah
Patterson & Carolina Varela
Head of Academic Office John Kenny
Head of Preparatory School Colm Flanagan

Head of Senior School Duncan Rose


Head of IT Department Sandra Zapata
Resource Centre Coordinator Raphael Melgarejo
Teaching staff Full time 220; Total 220
Nationalities of teaching staff US 3; UK 32; Chilean
185

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year March-December
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1928
Governed by Board of Directors
Regional organizations ECIS, LAHC/ ABSCh/ IAPS
Enrollment PreK 150; Elementary K-5 900; Middle
School 6-8 450; High School 9-12 600; Total 2,100

Annual fees Registration 225,850; Insurance 39,870


One time Fees Capital Levy 3,387,750
Tuition/fee currency Chilean Peso
Graduates attending college 100% (100% US)
Graduates have attended Pontificia U Catolica de
Chile, U Adolgo Ibez, U de los Andes, U Mayo, U
del Desarrollo

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum UK, National, GCSE, Cambridge
Certoficate: IGCSE, A- LEVELS
Language(s) taught French, Spanish, English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, Librarian,
Math Resource, Nurse, Physician, Psychologist,
Speech/Hearing
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Community Service,
Dance, Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Gymnastics, Hockey,
Rugby, Soccer, Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field,
Volleyball, Cricket, Football
Examinations A-level GCE, SAT, IGCSE

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 5 Buildings, 6 Computer Labs

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Santiago

Chile

The International School Nido de Aguilas


Phone 56 2 339-8100
Fax 56 2 339-8105
Email abattistoni@nido.cl
Website www.nido.cl
Address Avenida El Rodeo 14200, Lo Barnechea, Santiago, Region Metropolitana, 7690923, Chile

STAFF
Head of School Don Bergman
Business Manager Gonzalo Blanc
Curriculum Director Andy Dey, Ed.D
Early Childhood & Elementary Curriculum Matt
Woodward
Early Childhood & Elementary School Principal
Michael Allen
Early Childhood Assistant Principal Laura WattsPatrick
Elementary Assistant Principal Stephen Lush

High School Assistant Principal David Jacobson,


Ed.D.
High School Principal Jared Harris, Ph.D.
IB Coordinator Claudia Rose
Middle School Assistant Principal Ivan Velasco
Middle School Principal Matt Beata
Director of Technology Carlos Bustamante
Director Library & Media Center Linda Strauss
Teaching staff Full time 206; Part time 2; Total 208
Nationalities of teaching staff US 94; UK 3; Chilean
95; Other(s) (Canadian, Mexican) 16

INFORMATION
Grade levels Nursery-12
School year July-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1934
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by Southern
Regional organizations AASSA
Enrollment Nursery 60; PreK 90; Elementary K-5 712;
Middle School 6-8 370; High School 9-12 500; Total
1,732

Tuition range 9,813-18,837


Annual fees Registration 976
One time Fees Capital Levy 11,627
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 99% (46% US)
Graduates have attended U Pennsylvania, Columbia
U, Dartmouth Col, Duke U, Tufts U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, National, IB
Average class size Elementary 20; Secondary 17
Language(s) taught French, Mandarin, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Math Resource, Nurse,
Psychologist, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Newspaper, Yearbook, Community
Service, Dance, Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Rugby, Skiing (Snow), Soccer,
Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball,
Baseball, Basketball, Field Hockey, Indoor Soccer,
Cheerleading
Clubs Model UN, Chess, Art, Drama, Languages,
Cultural Dance, Math, Science
Examinations Act, IOWA, SAT, TOEFL, AP, IB, PSAT,
MAP, DIBELS, IB

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 63 Hectares, 13 Buildings, 141 Classrooms, 6
Computer Labs, 800 (520 Desktops + 280 Laptops)
Instructional Computers, 39,000 Library Volumes

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CHINA
Area: 9,596,961 sq km
Population: 1,343,329,923
Capital: Beijing
Currency: Renminbi Yuan
Languages: Mandarin, native languages

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Beihai

China

International School Beihai


Phone 86 187 0789 9077
Fax 86 755 2667 4099
Email christy.e.carrillo@gmail.com
Web www.isbeihai.org.cn
Address A13 He Yuan, Beihai Da Dao, Beihai City, Guangxi, 536000, China

STAFF
Director Barbara Parker

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-8
School year August-June
School type company-sponsored
Year founded 2010

Governed by ISS
Tuition/fee currency Euro

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum International
Language(s) taught Mandarin
Language(s) of instruction English

Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,


Community Service, Environmental Conservation
Sports Martial Arts
Clubs Clubs In Development

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 1 Hectares, 1 Buildings

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Beijing

China

Beijing BISS International School


Phone 86 10 6443 3151
Fax 86 10 6443 3156
Email ezilber@biss.com.cn
Website www.biss.com.cn
Address No. 17, Area 4, An Zhen Xi Li, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100029, China

STAFF
Head of School Dr. Ettie Zilber
Business Administration Director Henry Wong
Elementary School Principal Kyra Gailis
IB DP Coordinator Daiju Vithayathil
IB MYP Coordinator & eLearning Coordinator Julie
Lindsay
IB PYP Coordinator Justin Jarman

Secondary School Principal Danielle Fredericks


Librarian Alfredo Papaseit
Teaching staff Full time 50; Part time 1; Total 51
Nationalities of teaching staff US 14; UK 1; Chinese
5; Other(s) (Australian, Canadian) 31

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1994
Governed by School Board
Accredited by CIS, Western
Regional organizations EARCOS, ACAMIS
Enrollment PreK 9; Elementary K-5 124; Middle
School 6-8 103; High School 9-12 134; Total 370
Tuition range 99,000-177,500

Annual fees Capital Levy 21,800; Busing 10,000


One time Fees Registration 3,800
Tuition/fee currency Chinese Yuan Renminbi
Graduates attending college 99% (50% US)
Graduates have attended U California- Los Angeles,
U Washington, California State U,American U, Saint
Louis U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,
Literary Magazine, Yearbook, Community Service,
Drama, Environmental Conservation, Field Education
Program, Robotics, Music, Band
Sports Golf, Soccer, Swimming, Track and Field,
Volleyball, Badminton, Basketball
Clubs Global Issues Network, Yoga, Drawing,
International Youth Award, Service
Examinations SAT, SAT II, IB, PSAT

Curriculum IB, IBPYP, IBMYP


Average class size Elementary 15; Secondary 15
Language(s) taught Japanese, Mandarin, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Physician
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program, Economics,
Business

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban

Campus 4 Buildings, 30 Classrooms, 250


Instructional Computers, 25,000 Library Volumes

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China

Beijing City International School


Phone 86 10 87717171
Fax 86 10 87717778
Email admissions@bcis.cn
Website www.bcis.cn
Address No.77, Baiziwan Nan Er Road, Beijing, 100022, China

STAFF
Head of School Nick Bowley
Director Finance and Adminsitration Lydia Lim
Elementary School Principal & Deputy Head of
School Julie Lawton, Ed.D.
High School Principal Craig Rodgers
Middle School Principal Phil Clark
IT Coordinator William Percy

MS/HS Librarian Rina Tamayo


Teaching staff Full time 100; Part time 5; Total 105
Nationalities of teaching staff US 14; UK 10; Chinese
16; Other(s) (Australian, Canadian) 65

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 2005
Governed by School Board
Accredited by CIS, Western
Regional organizations EARCOS, ECIS
Enrollment Nursery 30; PreK 39; Elementary K-5 336;
Middle School 6-8 185; High School 9-12 138; Total
728

Tuition range 132,600-206,600


Annual fees Busing 8,500
One time Fees Registration 2,000
Tuition/fee currency Chinese Yuan Renminbi
Graduates attending college 100% (60% US)
Graduates have attended Johns Hopkins U, U of
California- Los Angeles, U of California- Berkeley,
Carnegie Mellon U, U of Notre Dame

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum International, IB, IBPYP, IBMYP
Average class size Elementary 22; Secondary 22
Language(s) taught Spanish, Korean
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Computer/Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program, General
Music

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Gymnastics, Hockey, Martial Arts, Skiing
(Snow), Soccer, Swimming, Tennis, Volleyball,
Badminton, Basketball
Examinations SAT, IB, PSAT, ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 14 Hectares, 3 Buildings, 50 Classrooms,
3 Computer Labs, 200 Instructional Computers,
20,000 Library Volumes

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Beijing

China

Beijing Huijia (IB) Private School


Phone 010 60785551
Email chenhongxia@hj2000.net.cn
Website www.huijia2000.com
Address No.157 Changhuai Rd., Changping Dist., Beijing, Beijing, 102200, China

STAFF
Principal Zhize Wang
Teaching staff Full time 311; Total 311

Nationalities of teaching staff US 34; UK 8; Chinese


249; Other(s) (Canadian, Australian) 20

INFORMATION
Grade levels K-12
School year September-July
School type boarding, proprietary
Year founded 1993
Governed by proprietary
Accredited by World-Wide Education Service
Regional organizations iNet

Enrollment PreK 68; Elementary K-5 862; Middle


School 6-8 592; High School 9-12 698; Total 2,220
Tuition range 70,000-140,000
Annual fees Boarding 5-day 6,000; Insurance 100;
Busing 4,000; Lunch 5,000; Books 1,000
One time Fees Registration 200
Tuition/fee currency Chinese Yuan Renminbi
Graduates attending college 100% (85% US)

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum National, IB, IBPYP
Average class size Elementary 25; Secondary 30
Language(s) taught Mandarin, English
Staff specialists Computer, ESL, Librarian, Math
Resource, Physician, Speech/Hearing
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Newspaper,


Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama
Sports Golf, Gymnastics, Martial Arts, Softball,
Swimming, Track and Field, Badminton, Baseball,
Football
Examinations TOEFL, IB

CAMPUS FACILITIES

Location Suburban
Campus 70 Hectares

Data from 2011/12 school year.

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China

International School of Beijing


Phone 86 10 8149 2345
Fax 86 10 8046 2006
Email recruitment@isb.bj.edu.cn
Website www.isb.bj.edu.cn
Address No. 10 An Hua Street, Shunyi District, Beijing, 101318, China

STAFF
Head of School Tarek Razik
CFO & COO Gerrick Monroe
Chinese Program Principal Theresa Chao
Deputy Head of School Rhonda Norris
Early Years Program Principal Jill Raven
Elementary School Principal Dal Sohi
High School Principal Paul Wood

Middle School Principal Mark Hardeman


ICT Director Russell Layton
High School Librarian Steve Anichowski
Teaching staff Full time 200; Part time 4; Total 204
Nationalities of teaching staff US 102; UK 11;
Chinese 9; Other(s) (Australian, Canadian) 82

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1980
Governed by Board of Trustees
Accredited by CIS, New England
Regional organizations EARCOS, ECIS

Enrollment PreK 60; Elementary K-5 650; Middle


School 6-8 534; High School 9-12 661; Total 1,905
Tuition range 73,650-186,250
Annual fees Busing 8,710-14,120
One time Fees Registration 1,950; Capital Levy
11,660-33,710
Tuition/fee currency Chinese Yuan Renminbi
Graduates attending college 99%

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum International
Average class size Elementary 18; Secondary 22
Language(s) taught French, Mandarin, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Psychologist, Reading
Resource, Speech/Hearing
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Golf, Gymnastics, Hockey,
Rugby, Soccer, Softball, Swimming, Tennis, Track and
Field, Volleyball, Badminton, Baseball, Basketball,
Cricket, Football
Clubs Stamp, Debate, Chess, Dragon Pride, Running,
Swim Team, Habitat for Humanity, Interact, Golf,
Roots & Shoots
Examinations Act, IOWA, SAT, SAT II, AP, IB, PSAT,
ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban

Campus 6 Hectares, 1 Buildings, 142 Classrooms, 10


Computer Labs, 80,000 Library Volumes

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China

Western Academy of Beijing


Phone 86 10 5986 5588
Fax 86 10 6437 5936
Email wabinfo@wab.edu
Website www.wab.edu
Address PO Box 8547, No. 10 Lai Guang Ying Dong Lu, Beijing, 100102, China

STAFF
Director Geoffrey Andrews
Chief Operational & Financial Officer Steve Bajc
Communications Director Suzi Roberts
Elementary School Principal Casey Cosgray
HR Manager Mila Harju
High School Principal Rena Mirkin
Middle School Principal Donna Connolly

InformationTechnology Manager Muhammad


Azeem
Teacher Librarian John Byrne
Teaching staff Full time 175; Part time 15; Total 190
Nationalities of teaching staff US 67; UK 24; Chinese
22; Other(s) (Australian, Canadian) 77

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1994
Governed by Board of Governors
Accredited by CIS, New England
Regional organizations EARCOS, ECIS, ACAMIS;
AMLE; CIS; NEAS&C
Enrollment Nursery 28; PreK 59; Elementary K-5
643; Middle School 6-8 325; High School 9-12 501;
Total 1,556

Tuition range 78,000-192,000


Annual fees Capital Levy 16,000-41,000
One time Fees Registration 2,000
Tuition/fee currency Chinese Yuan Renminbi
Graduates attending college 99% (46% US)
Graduates have attended Harvard U, Yale U,
Princeton U, Stanford U, KAIST (Korea Advanced
Institute of Science and Technology)

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum International, IB, IBPYP, IBMYP
Average class size Elementary 21; Secondary 21
Language(s) taught Dutch, French, Mandarin,
Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Reading Resource,
Speech/Hearing
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Vocational, Instrumental Music, Vocal Music,
Computer/Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Newspaper, Photography, Yearbook,
Community Service, Dance, Drama, Environmental
Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Golf, Gymnastics, Martial Arts,
Rugby, Skiing (Snow), Soccer, Softball, Swimming,
Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball, Badminton,
Baseball, Basketball, Football
Clubs Roots & Shoots, Video/Film, Homework,
Survival, Chinese, Model UN, Global Issues Network
Examinations Act, SAT, SAT II, AP, IB, PSAT, ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 9 Hectares, 6 Buildings, 154 Classrooms,
6 Computer Labs, 1,050 Instructional Computers,
92,169 Library Volumes

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China

Leman International School


Phone 86 28 6703 8650
Fax 86 28 6703 8630
Email tina.chen@lis-chengdu.com
Website www.lis-chengdu.com
Address G213 National Road, Daan Village, Zhengxing County, Shuangliu Township, Chengdu, Sichuan
Province, 610218, China

STAFF
Headmaster Richard Mast
Managing Director Alan Chen
IT Manager Jerry Wang
Primary School Principal Gary Bradshaw

Teaching staff Full time 25; Total 25


Nationalities of teaching staff US 8; UK 2; Chinese
3; Other(s) (Canadian, Australian) 12

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-10
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 2009
Governed by Meritas LLC
Regional organizations EARCOS

Enrollment PreK 12; Elementary K-5 90; Middle


School 6-8 34; High School 9-12 11; Total 147
Tuition range 15,800-28,000
Annual fees Lunch 800
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum International
Average class size Elementary 15; Secondary 9
Language(s) taught German, English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse

Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,


Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology
Extra curricular programs Yearbook, Dance, Drama
Sports Cross-Country, Soccer, Swimming, Tennis,
Track and Field, Volleyball, Badminton, Baseball,
Basketball
Examinations ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 50 Hectares, 7 Buildings, 45 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 45 Instructional Computers, 15,000
Library Volumes

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China

QSI International School of Chengdu


Phone 86 28 851 13852
Fax 86 28 851 98393
Email chengdu@qsi.org
Website www.qsi.org/cdu_home/cdu_home.htm
Address #188 South, 3rd Ring Road, American Garden, Chengdu, 610041, China

STAFF
Director Tim Kruger
Office Manager Irene Feng
Director of Instruction John Durham
Technology Coordinator Franscois Prinsloo

Librarian Audrey Berg


Teaching staff Full time 48; Part time 2; Total 50
Nationalities of teaching staff US 31; UK 1; Chinese
10; Other(s) (Spanish, South African) 8

INFORMATION
Grade levels Nursery-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 2002
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by Middle States
Enrollment Nursery 20; PreK 40; Elementary K-5 130;
Middle School 6-8 55; High School 9-12 50; Total 295

Annual fees Capital Levy 1,600; Busing 1,400; Lunch


725
One time Fees Registration 300
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100% (100% US)
Graduates have attended Bethel U, U of British
Columbia, Brown U, Kings U Australia, Gonzaga U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 12; Secondary 10
Language(s) taught German, Mandarin
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Vocal
Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Hockey, Martial Arts,
Soccer, Swimming, Tennis, Volleyball, Badminton,
Basketball
Clubs Roots & Shoots, National Honor Society
Examinations Act, SAT, SAT II, AP, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 2 Buildings, 42 Classrooms, 2 Computer
Labs, 140 Instructional Computers, 14,000 Library
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China

QSI International School of Chongqing


Phone 86-23-656-20109
Fax 86-23-656-20105
Email chongqing@qsi.org
Website www.qsi.org/chq_home/chq_home.htm
Address University Road West, University Town, Shapingba, Chongqing, 401331, China

STAFF
Director Grant Mantha
Office Manager Yaqi Wang
Teaching staff Full time 8; Part time 1; Total 9

Nationalities of teaching staff US 6; Chinese 1;


Other(s) (Canadian, Canadian) 2

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type private non-profit
Year founded 2006
Governed by Quality Schools International
Enrollment PreK 5; Elementary K-5 17; Middle School
6-8 7; High School 9-12 8; Total 37

Tuition range 7,600-20,000


Annual fees Capital Levy 1,600; Busing 2,700
One time Fees Registration 300
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100%
Graduates have attended U of Michigan

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US
Average class size Elementary 6; Secondary 4
Language(s) taught Mandarin
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL
Special curricular programs Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,


Newspaper, Yearbook
Sports Cross-Country, Softball, Badminton,
Basketball
Examinations SAT, AP, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 4 Hectares, 2 Buildings, 10 Classrooms, 1
Computer Labs, 24 Instructional Computers, 600
Library Volumes

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China

Dalian American International School


Phone 86 411 8757 2000
Fax 86 411 8791 5656
Email admissions@daischina.org
Website www.daischina.org
Address No. 2 Dianchi Road, Golden Pebble Beach National Resort, Dalian, Liaoning, 116650, China

STAFF
Director Kurt Nordness, Ed.D.
Business Manager Audrey Wong
DAIS Elementary Principal Suzanne Loughran
DAIS Secondary Principal Joseph Rosevear, Ed.D.
Huamei Academy Principal Maureen McCoy
Huamei Academy Student Life Principal Lawrence
Jackson

Technology Integration Coordinator Terrell Neuage


Librarian Trina Roth
Teaching staff Full time 49; Total 49
Nationalities of teaching staff US 38; Chinese 7;
Other(s) 4

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type boarding, coeducational, day, private
non-profit
Year founded 2006
Governed by School Board
Accredited by CIS, Western
Regional organizations EARCOS, ACAMIS
Enrollment PreK 16; Elementary K-5 134; Middle
School 6-8 74; High School 9-12 112; Total 336

Tuition range 20,451-24,240


Annual fees Boarding 7-day 1,863; Busing 1,575;
Lunch 735
One time Fees Registration 186
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 80% (80% US)
Graduates have attended Boston Col, U of Illinois, U
of Texas, Brigham Young U, Baylor U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, International, AP
Average class size Elementary 13; Secondary 16
Language(s) taught Mandarin
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Librarian, Nurse
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Vocal
Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Newspaper, Photography, Yearbook,
Community Service, Dance, Drama, Environmental
Conservation
Sports Soccer, Volleyball, Basketball
Clubs Chess, Knowledge Bowl
Examinations Act, SAT, SAT II, AP, PSAT, ERB

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 20 Hectares, 4 Buildings, 40 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 120 Instructional Computers, 14,000
Library Volumes

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Dongguan

China

International School of Dongguan


Phone 2868 0818
Fax 2868 0612
Email cgregory@iss.edu
Address 11 Jin Feng Nan Road, Nancheng District, Dongguan, Guangdong Province, 52300, China

STAFF
Director Michael Lees
Teaching staff Full time 17; Part time 6; Total 23
Nationalities of teaching staff US 17; Chinese 6

INFORMATION
Grade levels 1-10
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit,
proprietary
Year founded 2012
Governed by School Board

Enrollment Elementary K-5 50; Middle School 6-8


25; High School 9-12 25; Total 100
Tuition range 17,000-22,000
Annual fees Lunch 700
One time Fees Registration 300
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, International, AP
Average class size Elementary 17; Secondary 17
Language(s) taught Mandarin, Portuguese, English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Librarian, Nurse
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Vocal
Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Yearbook, Community Service, Drama
Sports Gymnastics, Martial Arts, Soccer, Softball,
Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball, Badminton,
Basketball
Examinations SAT, AP, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 8.5 Hectares, 4 Buildings, 50 Classrooms

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Dongguan

China

QSI International School of Dongguan


Phone 86 769 22300131
Fax 86 769 22300130
Email dong-guan@qsi.org
Website www.qsi.org/dng_home/dng_home.htm
Address 2nd Floor Block 2A, Dong Cheng Center, Dongguan Province, 523000, China

STAFF
Director Karen Hall
Finance Manager Dang Garcia
Director of Instruction Luke Woodruff
Guidance Counselor David Dalton
Resource Teacher Cathy Allen

IT Coordinator Wayne Staack


Library Specialist Soorya Jeyasooria
Teaching staff Full time 33; Total 33
Nationalities of teaching staff US 25; Chinese 4;
Other(s) (Indian, Filipino) 4

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 2004
Governed by QSI Executive Board
Enrollment PreK 38; Elementary K-5 110; Middle
School 6-8 47; High School 9-12 52; Total 247
Tuition range 5,300-15,000

Annual fees Capital Levy 1,600; Busing 1,400; Lunch


675
One time Fees Registration 300
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100% (96% US)
Graduates have attended Western Washington U,
Hannibal-Lagrange Col, Hofstra U, Loyola U, U of the
Pacific

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US
Average class size Elementary 13; Secondary 10
Language(s) taught French, Mandarin
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Librarian, Nurse, Reading Resource, Speech/Hearing
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Newspaper, Yearbook, Community
Service, Drama, Cooking
Sports Soccer, Tennis, Volleyball, Badminton,
Basketball
Clubs Model UN, Student Council, Outdoor Living,
Peer Tutoring
Examinations SAT, SAT II, AP, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus .5 Hectares, 2 Buildings, 47 Classrooms, 3
Computer Labs, 71 Instructional Computers, 9,000
Library Volumes

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Guangzhou

China

American International School of Guangzhou


Phone 86 20 8735 3393
Fax 86 20 8735 3339
Email inquiries@aisgz.org
Website www.aisgz.org
Address No. 3, Yan Yu Street South, Er Sha Island, Guangzhou, 510105, China

STAFF
Director Joe Stucker
CFO William Qian
Athletic Director Mark Elliott
Director of Admissions Barbara MacPhie
Elementary School Principal Gary MacPhie
High School Principal Theressa Smith
Middle School Principal Meagan Pavey

Technology Coordinator Robert Bauer


Librarians Kathy Turner (Secondary); Darlene Navis
(Elementary)
Teaching staff Full time 95; Total 95
Nationalities of teaching staff US 63; Chinese 2;
Other(s) (Canadian, Australian) 30

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1981
Governed by School Board
Accredited by Western
Regional organizations EARCOS
Enrollment PreK 62; Elementary K-5 354; Middle
School 6-8 264; High School 9-12 300; Total 980
Tuition range 13,400-27,000

Annual fees Capital Levy 3,500


One time Fees Registration 300
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 98% (67% US)
Graduates have attended U of Virginia, Harvard U,
Brown U, Stanford U, Princeton U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/
Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Drama,
Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Soccer, Swimming, Tennis,
Volleyball, Badminton, Basketball
Clubs Model UN, Global Issues Network, Habitat for
Humanity, Roots & Shoots, National Honor Society,
Chinese National Society
Examinations SAT, SAT II, IB, PSAT, MAP

Curriculum International, IB, IBPYP


Average class size Elementary 18-20; Secondary
17-20
Language(s) taught French, Mandarin, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 12 Hectares, 6 Buildings, 110 Classrooms,
2 Computer Labs, 1:1 Mac Laptop Grades 5-12
Instructional Computers, 30,000 Library Volumes

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Hangzhou

China

Hangzhou International School


Phone 86 571 8669 0045
Fax 86 571 8669 0044
Email jstubbs@scischina.org
Website www.hischina.org
Address 80 Dongxin Street, Binjiang District, Hangzhou, 310053, China

STAFF
Superintendent of Schools Jeffry Stubbs
Business Manager Francis Lai
Head of School Robert Van Der Eyken
Lower School Vice Principal Charles Bellomy
Upper School Vice Principal Kory Indahl

Technology Coordinator Dan Rooth


Media Specialist Katrina Lehman
Teaching staff Full time 39; Part time 2; Total 41
Nationalities of teaching staff US 24; UK 2; Chinese
5; Other(s) (Canadian, Australian) 10

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit,
proprietary
Year founded 2002
Governed by Board of Governors
Accredited by Western
Regional organizations EARCOS

Enrollment Nursery 33; PreK 31; Elementary K-5 160;


Middle School 6-8 64; High School 9-12 47; Total 335
Tuition range 50,000-145,000
One time Fees Registration 2,000
Tuition/fee currency Chinese Yuan Renminbi
Graduates attending college 100% (80% US)
Graduates have attended Emory U, U of California, U
of Edinburgh, U of British Colombia, Hong Kong U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum International, AP
Average class size Elementary 18; Secondary 18
Language(s) taught French, Mandarin, Spanish,
English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Psychologist
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Vocal
Music, Computer/Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Golf, Gymnastics, Hockey,
Martial Arts, Soccer, Swimming, Volleyball,
Badminton, Basketball
Clubs Model UN, Global Issues Network, Robotics,
International Schools Theatre Association
Examinations Act, SAT, SAT II, AP, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 3 Hectares, 3 Buildings, 22 Classrooms, 3
Computer Labs, 125 Instructional Computers, 15,000
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China

Canadian International School of Hong Kong


Phone 852-2525-7088
Fax 852-2577-3959
Email jobs@cdnis.edu.hk
Website www.cdnis.edu.hk
Address 36 Nam Long Shan Road, Aberdeen, Hong Kong, China

STAFF
Head of School Dave McMaster
Director of Business Administration Len Archer
Director of Chinese Studies Penny Pan
Lower School Principal Dylan Hughes
Lower School Vice Principals Dean Croy & Linda
Pamsalu
Upper School Principal John Jalsevac

Upper School Vice Principals Chris Coates & Tim


Kaiser
Department Head- LTT John Turner
Department Head- Library Services Joanne Jalsevac
Teaching staff Full time 152; Part time 3; Total 155
Nationalities of teaching staff US 20; UK 15;
Canadian 78; Other(s) (Chinese, Australian) 42

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1990
Governed by Board of Directors
Regional organizations EARCOS
Enrollment Nursery 40; PreK 120; Elementary K-5
747; Middle School 6-8 426; High School 9-12 521;
Total 1,854
Tuition range 79,500-134,800

Annual fees Capital Levy 25,000


One time Fees Registration 4,000
Tuition/fee currency Hong Kong Dollar
Graduates attending college 100%
Graduates have attended Yale U, Harvard U, U of
Toronto, U of British Columbia, London School of
Economics

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum IB, IBPYP, IBMYP
Average class size Elementary 26; Secondary 20
Language(s) taught French, Mandarin, English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Librarian, Nurse, Psychologist, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, 1:1 Laptop Program

Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,


Newspaper, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Golf, Gymnastics, Martial Arts,
Rugby, Soccer, Softball, Squash, Swimming, Tennis,
Track and Field, Volleyball, Badminton, Baseball,
Basketball
Clubs Creative Writing, Fall Musical, Band, Computer
Hardware, Amnesty International
Examinations IB

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 3 Hectares, 3 Buildings, 100 Classrooms,
3 Computer Labs, 1,270 Instructional Computers,
55,584 Library Volumes

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China

Carmel School of Hong Kong


Phone 852 296 41600
Fax 852 281 34121
Email admin@carmel.edu.hk
Website www.carmel.edu.hk
Address 10 Borrett Road, Mid Levels, Hong Kong, China

STAFF
Principal Rachel Friedmann
Operations Director Kaisha Chow
Head of Elementary School Mira Hasofer
Teaching staff Full time 74; Part time 17; Total 91

Nationalities of teaching staff US 8; UK 15; Chinese


26; Other(s) (Israeli, Canadian) 42

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, church-affiliated
Year founded 1991
Governed by Carmel School Board of Directors
Accredited by Western
Regional organizations EARCOS

Enrollment Nursery 31; PreK 28; Elementary K-5 166;


Middle School 6-8 52; High School 9-12 34; Total 311
Tuition range 7,271-13,725
Annual fees Capital Levy 15,000; Lunch 9,900
One time Fees Registration 1,500
Tuition/fee currency Hong Kong Dollar

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, IB, IBMYP
Average class size Elementary 25; Secondary 25
Language(s) taught French, Hebrew, English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Math Resource, Reading
Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Newspaper,


Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama
Sports Gymnastics, Martial Arts, Soccer, Swimming,
Basketball, Football
Clubs Carmel Maccabi Football Team, Torah Readers,
Yearbook, Dance
Examinations Stanford

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 1 Hectares, 3 Buildings, 32 Classrooms, 1
Computer Labs, 30 Instructional Computers, 5,000
Library Volumes

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China

Chinese International School


Phone 852 251 25918
Fax 852 251 07378
Email cis_info@cis.edu.hk
Website www.cis.edu.hk
Address 1 Hau Yuen Path, Braemar Hill, Hong Kong, China

STAFF
Head of School Theodore Faunce
Director of Finance and Administration Adrian Huen
Deputy Head of School Bin Li
Head of Primary School Tonya Porter
Head of Secondary School Justin Alexander

Director of Learning Technology Jerry Szombathy


Librarian Maureen Trebilcock
Teaching staff Full time 161; Part time 7; Total 168
Nationalities of teaching staff US 31; UK 36; Chinese
32; Other(s) (Australian, Canadian) 69

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1983
Governed by Board of Governors
Accredited by CIS, New England
Regional organizations EARCOS, ECIS
Enrollment PreK 88; Elementary K-5 528; Middle
School 6-8 360; High School 9-12 457; Total 1,433
Tuition range 109,200-173,400

Annual fees Capital Levy 17,500; Busing 10,000;


Lunch 6,000; Books 4,500
One time Fees Registration 1,000
Tuition/fee currency Hong Kong Dollar
Graduates attending college 100% (40% US)
Graduates have attended Princeton U, Harvard U,
U of Pennsylvania, U of Oxford, London School of
Economics

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum International, IB, IBMYP
Average class size Elementary 22; Secondary 20
Language(s) taught French, Mandarin, Spanish,
English
Language(s) of instruction English, Putonghua
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Computer/Technology, 1:1
Laptop Program

Extra curricular programs Literary Magazine,


Yearbook, Community Service, Drama
Sports Cross-Country, Golf, Gymnastics, Hockey,
Rugby, Soccer, Squash, Swimming, Tennis,
Basketball, Football
Clubs Model UN, Film, Symphony Orchestra, Science
& Math Society, Soccer, Chinese Chess, Green Group,
Tae Kwon Do, Swim Team
Examinations SAT, SAT II, IB

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 1 Hectares, 7 Buildings, 115 Classrooms,
7 Computer Labs, 900 Instructional Computers,
63,000 Library Volumes

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China

Hong Kong Academy


Phone 852 26551111
Fax 852 2891 4460/1
Email office@hkacademy.edu.hk
Website www.hkacademy.edu.hk
Address 12 Ka Wai Man Road, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, China

STAFF
Head of School Stephen Dare
Finance Director Dale Willetts
Director of Learner Support Kristel Solomon
Middle & High School Principal Douglas Musco
Primary School Principal Virginia Hunt

IT Director Michael Taylor


Librarian Virginia Hand
Teaching staff Full time 44; Part time 4; Total 48
Nationalities of teaching staff US 17; UK 8; Chinese
5; Other(s) (Australian, Canadian) 18

INFORMATION
Grade levels K-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 2000
Governed by Board of Trustees
Accredited by CIS, Western
Regional organizations EARCOS, ECIS

Enrollment Elementary K-5 300; Middle School 6-8


94; High School 9-12 71; Total 465
Tuition range 96,000-157,000
Annual fees Capital Levy 16,000
One time Fees Registration 2,700
Tuition/fee currency Hong Kong Dollar

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum IB, IBPYP, IBMYP
Average class size Elementary 16; Secondary 14
Language(s) taught French, Mandarin, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Math Resource, Reading
Resource, Speech/Hearing
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Yearbook, Community Service, Dance, Drama,
Environmental Conservation
Sports Golf, Hockey, Martial Arts, Rugby, Soccer,
Volleyball, Badminton, Basketball
Clubs Chess, Paper Making, Ice Skating, Running,
Guitar, Debating
Examinations SAT, SAT II, IB, PSAT, ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 1 Buildings, 42 Classrooms, 1 Computer
Labs, 280 Instructional Computers, 14,000 Library
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China

Hong Kong International School


Phone 852 3149 7818
Fax 852 2813 8740
Email recruitment@hkis.edu.hk
Website www.hkis.edu.hk
Address 1 Red Hill Road, Tai Tam, Hong Kong, China

STAFF
Head of School Kevin Dunning
Chief Financial Officer Ken Fowler
Associate Head of School Linda Anderson
Chief Advancement Officer Erik Dierks
Director of Admissions Vicky Seehafer
Director of Athletics and Activities Dean Mclachlan
Director of Chinese Studies Zhaohui Xu
Director of Curriculum & Assessment Courtney Lowe
Director of Facilities Management Pat Hall
Director of Human Resources Joy Okazaki

Director of Professional Development Karen Rohrs


Director of Student Services Natalie Broderick
High School Principal Patricia Klekamp
Lower Primary Principal Maya Nelson
Middle School Principal Paul Passamonte
Upper Primary Principal Bruce Kelsh
Director of Educational Technology Martin Leicht
Teaching staff Full time 234; Part time 12; Total 246
Nationalities of teaching staff US 134; UK 22;
Chinese 20; Other(s) (Australian, Canadian) 70

INFORMATION
Grade levels K-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, church-affiliated, private
non-profit
Year founded 1966
Governed by Board of Managers
Regional organizations EARCOS
Enrollment Elementary K-5 1,250; Middle School 6-8
628; High School 9-12 770; Total 2,648
Tuition range 18,335-21,300

Annual fees Capital Levy 1,930; Busing 730-2,190


One time Fees Registration 250; Lunch 3
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 99%
Graduates have attended Havard U, Princeton U,
Stanford U, Yale U, Duke U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 18; Secondary 20
Language(s) taught French, Mandarin, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Math Resource, Nurse,
Psychologist, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Photography,
Yearbook, Community Service, Dance, Drama,
Environmental Conservation
Sports Gymnastics, Hockey, Rugby, Soccer, Softball,
Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball,
Badminton, Baseball, Basketball, Football
Clubs Photography, Interact, Film
Examinations SAT, SAT II, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban

Campus 4 Buildings, One Per Student Above Grade 5


Instructional Computers, 110,000 Library Volumes

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China

International Christian School


Phone 852 3920 0000
Fax 852 2336 6114
Email ics@ics.edu.hk
Website www.ics.edu.hk
Address 1 On Muk Lane, Shek Mun, Shatin, Hong Kong, China

STAFF
Headmaster JBen Norton
High School Principal Brian Van Tassel
Kindergarten & Lower Elementary Principal Karen
Whenuaroa
Middle School Principal Bryan Thompson
Upper Elementary Principal Keith Welch

Director of Information & Communication


Technology Hillman Lai
Head of Library/Media Center Barry Lawrensen
Teaching staff Full time 119; Total 119
Nationalities of teaching staff US 70; UK 5; Chinese
15; Other(s) (Canadian, New Zealander) 29

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1992
Governed by Board of Trustees
Accredited by Western
Regional organizations EARCOS

Enrollment PreK 120; Elementary K-5 487; Middle


School 6-8 276; High School 9-12 308; Total 1,191
Tuition range 49,500-122,600
One time Fees Registration 1,500
Tuition/fee currency Hong Kong Dollar
Graduates attending college 98% (60% US)
Graduates have attended Stanford U, Harvard U,
Northwestern U, U Edinburgh, U Col London

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 25; Secondary 22
Language(s) taught French, Mandarin
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Psychologist, Reading
Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology, Week Without Walls

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Hockey, Soccer, Softball,
Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball,
Badminton, Basketball
Clubs National Honor Society, Model UN, Global
Issues Network, Roots & Shoots, Chinese Culture,
Reel Media Production, Chess, Debate, Art, French,
Science
Examinations SAT, SAT II, AP, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 2 Hectares, 1 Buildings, 48 Classrooms, 4
Computer Labs, 632 Instructional Computers, 35,000
Library Volumes

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China

Island School
Phone 852 2524 7135
Fax 852 2840 1673
Email school@mail.island.edu.hk
Website www.island.edu.hk
Address 20 Borrett Road, Mid-levels, Hong Kong, China

STAFF
Principal Christopher Binge
H.R. & Finance Manager Betty Tsu
Vice Principal Gareth Stevens
Head of IT Martin Kwong

Librarian Emily Leung


Teaching staff Full time 150; Part time 20; Total 170
Nationalities of teaching staff 100; Other(s) 70

INFORMATION
Grade levels 7-13
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day
Year founded 1967
Governed by English Schools Foundation
Accredited by CIS, New England, Western
Regional organizations EARCOS

Enrollment Middle School 6-8 360; High School 9-12


720; Grade 13 180; Total 1,260
Tuition range 95,100-97,100
One time Fees Registration 150; Capital Levy 25,000
Tuition/fee currency Hong Kong Dollar
Graduates attending college 95% (40% US)
Graduates have attended U of Oxford, U of
Cambridge, Yale U, Stanford U, Princeton U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum UK, International, IB, IGCSE, GCSE
Average class size Secondary 30
Language(s) taught French, Japanese, Mandarin,
Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Librarian, Nurse, Psychologist
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Vocational, Instrumental Music, Vocal Music,
Computer/Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program, Karate,
Sailing

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Yearbook,
Community Service, Dance, Drama, Environmental
Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Golf, Gymnastics, Hockey,
Martial Arts, Rugby, Soccer, Softball, Swimming,
Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball, Badminton,
Basketball, Cricket, Football
Clubs Juggling, Scrabble, Debating, Mandarin
Examinations GCSE, IB, IGCSE

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 1 Hectares, 6 Buildings, 42 Classrooms, 8
Computer Labs, 240 Instructional Computers, 25,000
Library Volumes

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China

The International Montessori School


Phone 852 2861 0339
Fax 852 3006 2950
Email info@montessori.edu.hk
Website www.msb.edu.cn
Address 62 Tin Hau Temple Road, Tin Hau, Hong Kong, China

STAFF
School Founder & School Principal Karin Ann
School Founder & School Supervisor Anne Sawyer
Admissions Officer Sandy Tsang
Campus Manager Momoko Hong
Curriculum Coordinator Jennifer Yu
Curriculum Director Anne Noonan
Principal - Primary School Nicolette Correy

Program Manager Sonia Chao


Head of Technology Kevin Wong
Library Coordinator Yvonne Becher
Teaching staff Full time 45; Part time 5; Total 50
Nationalities of teaching staff US 6; UK 3; Chinese
21; Other(s) (Canadian, Irish) 20

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-6
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 2001
Governed by Board of Directors
Enrollment Nursery 96; PreK 300; Elementary K-5
160; Middle School 6-8 15; Total 571

Tuition range 88,000-130,000


One time Fees Registration 1,000; Capital Levy
75,000
Tuition/fee currency Hong Kong Dollar

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, UK, International, IBPYP
Average class size Elementary 25
Language(s) taught Mandarin, English
Language(s) of instruction English, Mandarin
Staff specialists Computer, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Psychologist, Reading
Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Community Service, Dance, Drama,
Environmental Conservation
Sports Gymnastics, Martial Arts, Rugby, Soccer,
Swimming, Tennis, Volleyball, Badminton,
Basketball, Cricket, Football
Clubs Chess
Examinations Stanford

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 4 Buildings, 26 Classrooms, 1 Computer
Labs, 35 Instructional Computers, 15,000 Library
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China

School of the Nations (Macau)


Phone 853 28701 759
Fax 853 28701 724
Email admin@schoolofthenations.com
Website www.schoolofthenations.com
Address Rua De Minho, Taipa, Macau SAR, China

STAFF
Director Vivek Nair
Senior Manager Santhanasamy Kulandai
Head of Technology Nicholas Kendall
Head Librarian Frances Gregory

Teaching staff Full time 60; Part time 4; Total 64


Nationalities of teaching staff US 10; UK 2; Chinese
15; Other(s) (Australian, Canadian) 37

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year September-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1988
Governed by Badi Foundation
Enrollment PreK 150; Elementary K-5 185; Middle
School 6-8 70; High School 9-12 50; Total 455
Tuition range 45,000-72,000

Annual fees Busing 3,000; Lunch 6,500; Books 2,500


One time Fees Registration 3,000
Tuition/fee currency Macau Pataca
Graduates attending college 100% (30% US)
Graduates have attended Arizona State U, Fudan U,
Pratt Institute, Washington State U, U Col London,
Georgia Tech

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum International, IB, IGCSE
Average class size Elementary 25; Secondary 25
Language(s) taught Mandarin
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Vocal Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,


Newspaper, Photography, Yearbook, Community
Service, Dance, Drama
Sports Cross-Country, Gymnastics, Soccer,
Swimming, Tennis, Volleyball, Badminton,
Basketball
Clubs Science, Dance, Eco Design, Computer
Examinations IB, IGCSE

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 1 Buildings, 30 Classrooms, 3 Computer
Labs, 75 Instructional Computers, 11,000 Library
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Nanjing

China

Nanjing International School


Phone 86 25 85899111
Fax 86 25 85899222
Email enquiries@staff.nanjing-school.com
Website www.nanjing-school.com
Address Xue Heng Lu 8, QiXia District, Nanjing, Jiangsu Province, 210046, China

STAFF
Director Laurie McLellan
Operations & Finance Manager Arek Owczarek
DP Coordinator Juan Saavedra
Head of Middle Years Arden Tyoschin
Head of Primary Years Derek Pinchbeck
High School Counselor Don Tingley
K-8 Counselor Chris Klesch

Principal Richard Swart


Director of Technology Brian Lockwood
Librarian Michelle Rinker
Teaching staff Full time 83; Total 83
Nationalities of teaching staff US 18; UK 18; Chinese
8; Other(s) (Australian, Canadian) 39

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1990
Governed by Parent-elected Board
Accredited by CIS, New England, IBO
Regional organizations EARCOS, ACAMIS
Enrollment PreK 15; Elementary K-5 297; Middle
School 6-8 162; High School 9-12 158; Total 632
Tuition range 147,400-193,200

One time Fees Registration 800


Tuition/fee currency Chinese Yuan Renminbi
Graduates attending college 100% (5% US)
Graduates have attended KAIST, Hong Kong U,
Savannah Col of Art and Design, LaTrobe U, London
School of Economics

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum IB, IBPYP, IBMYP
Average class size Elementary 18; Secondary 18
Language(s) taught French, German, Mandarin,
Spanish, English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Yearbook,
Community Service, Dance, Drama, Environmental
Conservation
Sports Hockey, Martial Arts, Soccer, Swimming,
Track and Field, Volleyball, Badminton, Basketball,
Football
Clubs Global Issues Network, Local School English
Tutors, Model UN, Roots & Shoots, Science, Kids Lit
Quiz, Model Building, Orchestra, Choir
Examinations Act, SAT, SAT II, IB, PSAT, ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 7 Hectares, 3 Buildings, 60 Classrooms,
0 Computer Labs, 400 Instructional Computers,
35,000 Library Volumes

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China

Nansha College Preparatory Academy


Phone 86-20-34682202
Email istein@ncpa.org.cn
Address 180 Gang Qian Da Dao Blvd, Nansha District, Guangzhou, Guangdong, 511458, China

STAFF
Director Irwin Stein
Board General Manager Lila Leung
Teaching staff Full time 18; Total 18

Nationalities of teaching staff US 9; Chinese 6;


Other(s) (Canadian, German) 3

INFORMATION
Grade levels 9-12
School year August-June
School type boarding, coeducational, proprietary
Year founded 2011
Governed by Proprietary
Regional organizations EARCOS
Enrollment High School 9-12 100; Total 100

Annual fees Boarding 5-day 105,000; Capital Levy


20,000; Lunch By debit card
One time Fees Registration 500
Tuition/fee currency Chinese Yuan Renminbi
Graduates attending college 100%

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Secondary 20
Language(s) taught Mandarin, English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Counselor, ESL
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Newspaper, Photography, Yearbook,
Community Service, Drama, Environmental
Conservation
Sports Martial Arts, Soccer, Softball, Swimming,
Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball, Badminton,
Basketball
Clubs Model UN, STUGO
Examinations SAT, SAT II, TOEFL, AP, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 12.67 Hectares, 5 Buildings, 12 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 170 Instructional Computers, 3,000
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China

Access International Academy Ningbo


Phone 86 574 8686 9999
Fax 85 574 8688 8481
Email admissions@aian.org.cn
Website www.aian.org.cn
Address No 1 Ai Xue Road, Beilun District, Zhejiang, Ningbo, 315800, China

STAFF
Head of School Cavon Ahangarzadeh
Business Manager Lisa Ren
Information Technician Xu Feng
Head of Library & Media Center Roberta Daniels

Teaching staff Full time 28; Total 28


Nationalities of teaching staff US 20; Chinese 4;
Other(s) (Canadian, Russian) 4

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, proprietary
Year founded 2003
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by Western
Regional organizations EARCOS
Enrollment PreK 6; Elementary K-5 56; Middle
School 6-8 39; High School 9-12 32; Total 133
Tuition range 79,400-119,700

Annual fees Busing 9,900; Lunch 3,240


One time Fees Registration 1,500
Tuition/fee currency Chinese Yuan Renminbi
Graduates attending college 100%
Graduates have attended U of Nottingham, Fudan
U, Xhejiang U, Otis Col of Art & Design

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 6; Secondary 7
Language(s) taught Mandarin, English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Librarian, Nurse
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Vocal Music

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Soccer, Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field,
Volleyball, Badminton, Basketball
Clubs Student Councils, National & Junior National
Honor Society, Model UN
Examinations SAT, SAT II, TOEFL, AP, PSAT, ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 2 Hectares, 4 Buildings, 25 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 90 Instructional Computers, 12,000
Library Volumes

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Qingdao

China

Qingdao No. 1 International School of


Shandong Province
Phone 86 532 6889 8888
Fax 86 532 8890 8876
Email office@qiss.org.cn
Web www.qiss.org.cn
Address 232 Songling Road, Qingdao, 266061, China

STAFF
Director Jay Teston
Business & Finance Manager Sherry Xu
Athletic Director Mauricio Araya
Counselor & Director of Admissions Dana Purpura
High School Principal Kyle Purpura
Lower School Principal Alejandra Chavez
Middle School Principal Peter Thorpe

IT Coordinator Eric Mu
Librarian Oprah Qu
Teaching staff Full time 33; Part time 3; Total 36
Nationalities of teaching staff US 23; UK 1; Chinese
7; Other(s) (Canadian) 5

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, company-sponsored
Year founded 1998
Governed by Qingdao City Construction Investment
Group
Accredited by Western
Enrollment PreK 10; Elementary K-5 70; Middle
School 6-8 70; High School 9-12 50; Total 200
Tuition range 99,900-142,500

Annual fees Busing 7,300; Lunch 5,200


One time Fees Registration 20,000
Tuition/fee currency Chinese Yuan Renminbi
Graduates attending college 100% (20% US)
Graduates have attended New York U, U of Houston,
U of Leicester, Korea U, Penn State U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 15; Secondary 16
Language(s) taught Mandarin
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Librarian, Nurse, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,


Literary Magazine, Newspaper, Photography,
Yearbook, Community Service, Drama,
Environmental Conservation
Sports Soccer, Swimming, Volleyball, Badminton,
Basketball
Clubs Global Initiatives Network, Model UN
Examinations SAT, AP, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 100 Hectares, 6 Buildings, 30 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 100 Instructional Computers, 7,500
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Shanghai

China

Concordia International School Shanghai


Phone 86 21 589 90380
Fax 86 21 589 91685
Email jim.koerschen@concordiashanghai.org
Website www.concordiashanghai.org
Address 999 Mingyue Road, JinQiao, Pudong, Shanghai, 201206, China

STAFF
Head of School Jim Koerschen
Chief Financial Officer Curt Larson
Assistant Head of School Steven Nurre
Curriculum Coordinator Jennie Munson
Elementary School Principal Eric Semler
High School Principal David Harris
Middle School Principal Mark Lewis

Director of Technology Tom Reed


Director of Library Christina Mayers
Teaching staff Full time 134; Part time 4; Total 138
Nationalities of teaching staff US 95; UK 1; Chinese
15; Other(s) (Canadian, Australian) 27

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, church-affiliated, day
Year founded 1998
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by Western
Regional organizations EARCOS
Enrollment PreK 57; Elementary K-5 427; Middle
School 6-8 418; High School 9-12 320; Total 1,222

Tuition range 146,000-195,000


Annual fees Registration 2,100; Busing 11,000; Lunch
27
Tuition/fee currency Chinese Yuan Renminbi
Graduates attending college 100% (100% US)
Graduates have attended Stanford U, Wellesley Col,
Purdue U, Boston U, Waseda U, Brown U,

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 17; Secondary 18
Language(s) taught French, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, Librarian,
Nurse
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program
Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/
Expeditions, Newspaper, Photography, Yearbook,
Community Service, Dance, Drama, Environmental
Conservation, Music, National History Day

Sports Cross-Country, Gymnastics, Hockey,


Rugby, Soccer, Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field,
Volleyball, Badminton, Basketball
Clubs National Honor Society, Robotics, Odyssey
of the Mind, 24 Hour Film Festival, Yearbook,
Tech, Shanghai Student Film Festival, Astronomy,
Volunteer & Service
Examinations SAT, AP, PSAT, SATII

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 4 Hectares, 5 Buildings, 125 Classrooms,
2 Computer Labs, 520 Instructional Computers,
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Shanghai

China

Shanghai American School


Phone 86 21 6221 1445
Fax 86 21 6221 2310
Email humanresources@saschina.org
Website www.saschina.org
Address 258 Jin Feng Lu, Huacao Town, Minhang District, Shanghai, 201107, China

STAFF
Superintendent Kerry Jacobson
CFO/CBO David Leung
Deputy Superintendent, Pudong Andrew Torris
Deputy Superintendent, Puxi Alan Knobloch
Pudong ES Principal Shawn Colleary
Pudong HS Principal Jon Borden
Pudong MS Principal Jeff Rosen

Puxi ES Principal Debbie Lane


Puxi HS Principal Sascha Heckmann
Puxi MS Principal Brad Latzke
Puxi HS Librarian Jan Stanton
Teaching staff Full time 358; Part time 5; Total 363
Nationalities of teaching staff US 206; UK 6;
Chinese 34; Other(s) (Canadian, Australian) 117

INFORMATION
Grade levels K-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1912
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by Western
Regional organizations EARCOS, ECIS
Enrollment Elementary K-5 1,043; Middle School 6-8
848; High School 9-12 1,209; Total 3,100

Tuition range 116,562-154,442


Annual fees Capital Levy 31,500; Busing 10,284
One time Fees Registration 2,500
Tuition/fee currency Chinese Yuan Renminbi
Graduates attending college 98%
Graduates have attended Stanford U, Harvard U, U
of Cambridge, McGill U, U of Melbourne

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, IB, AP
Average class size Elementary 20; Secondary 20
Language(s) taught French, Mandarin, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Librarian, Nurse, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Newspaper, Photography, Yearbook,
Community Service, Dance, Drama
Sports Cross-Country, Hockey, Soccer, Swimming,
Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball, Baseball,
Basketball
Examinations SAT, AP, IB, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 22 Hectares, 30 Buildings, 299 Classrooms,
4 Computer Labs, 2,393 Instructional Computers,
50,000 Library Volumes

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Shanghai

China

Shanghai Community International School


Phone 86 21 6261 4338
Fax 86 21 6261 4639
Email info@scischina.org
Website www.scischina.org
Address 1161 Hongqiao Road, Shanghai, 200051, China

STAFF
Superintendent of Schools Jeffry Stubbs
Head of ECE - Hongqiao Dan Eschtruth
Head of School - Hongqiao Rockey du Randt
Head of School - Pudong Ryan Blanton
High School Principal - Hongqiao Greg Schellenberg
Lower School Principal - Hongqiao Andrew Powell
Lower School Principal - Pudong Jane Macmillan

Middle School Principal - Hongqiao Dan Kerr


Upper School Principal - Pudong Don Macmillan
Director of Technology John Wishart
Teaching staff Full time 213; Part time 2; Total 215
Nationalities of teaching staff US 120; UK 25;
Chinese 25; Other(s) (Canadian, Australian) 45

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit,
proprietary
Year founded 1996
Governed by International School Foundation
Accredited by Western
Regional organizations EARCOS, ACAMIS
Enrollment Nursery 119; PreK 108; Elementary K-5
931; Middle School 6-8 457; High School 9-12 431;
Total 2,046

Tuition range 65,000-210,000


One time Fees Registration 2,000; Capital Levy
15,000
Tuition/fee currency Chinese Yuan Renminbi
Graduates attending college 100% (60% US)
Graduates have attended Georgetown U, U of
Southern California, U of British Colombia, U of
London, Seoul National U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, International, IB, AP
Average class size Elementary 18; Secondary 18
Language(s) taught Dutch, French, Mandarin,
Spanish, English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program, Strings, Film

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Golf, Gymnastics, Hockey,
Martial Arts, Rugby, Soccer, Swimming, Tennis, Track
and Field, Volleyball, Badminton, Basketball, Cricket
Clubs Model UN, Global Issues Network, Roots
& Shoots, Student Council, Chess, Habitat for
Humanity, Marching Band, Film, Fitness
Examinations SAT, SAT II, AP, IB, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 12 Hectares, 9 Buildings, 120 Classrooms,
12 Computer Labs, 600 Instructional Computers,
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Shanghai

China

Yew Chung International School of Shanghai


Phone 86 21 6219 5910
Fax 86 21 6219 0675
Email enquiry@sh.ycef.com
Website www.ycis-sh.com
Address 18 West Rong Hua Road, Gubei New Area, Shanghai, 201103, China

STAFF
Director Betty Chan Po-King
Head of Accounts Division Jin Yi Wu
Co-Principals - Gubei Campus Vicki He & Mark Sylte
Co-Principals - Hong Qiao Campus Julie Zheng &
Andrew Mellor
Co-Principals - Pudong Campus Cherry Chen, Mary
Yu, & Christopher Connellan

ECE Superintendent - Mainland China Elizabeth


Randall
Superintendent- Mainland China Tom Ulmet
IT Manager Tracy Jiao
Teaching staff Full time 320; Total 320
Nationalities of teaching staff US 50; UK 50;
Other(s) 220

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-13
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1993
Governed by Yew Chung Education Foundation
Accredited by CIS, New England
Regional organizations ECIS

Tuition range 73,000-236,000


One time Fees Registration 2,000
Tuition/fee currency Chinese Yuan Renminbi
Graduates attending college 100%
Graduates have attended U of Oxford, U Col London,
Imperial Col London, Stanford U, Johns Hopkins U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum UK, IB, IGCSE
Average class size Elementary 21; Secondary 18
Language(s) taught Mandarin, English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse
Special curricular programs Art, Instrumental Music

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Yearbook, Community Service, Drama,
Environmental Conservation
Sports Gymnastics, Hockey, Soccer, Softball,
Swimming, Track and Field, Volleyball, Badminton,
Basketball, Football
Examinations SAT, GCSE, IB, IGCSE, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban

Campus 4 Buildings, 95 Classrooms, 6 Computer


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Shenzhen

China

QSI International School of Shekou


Phone 86 755 2667 6031
Fax 86 755 2667 6030
Email shekou@qsi.org
Website shekou.qsischool.org
Address 8 Tai Zi Road, Bitao Center, Shekou, Shenzhen, Guangdong, 518067, China

STAFF
Director Scott DAlterio
Accountant Maggie Lagura
Early Childhood Director of Instruction Melissa
Klopfer
Elementary Director of Instruction Lisa Kipfer
Middle School Director of Instruction Cliff GeisPoage

Secondary Director of Instruction Mark Hemphill


Technology Coordinator Nathan Lochala
Head Librarian Scott Carpenter
Teaching staff Full time 117; Part time 3; Total 120
Nationalities of teaching staff US 96; Chinese 11;
Other(s) 13

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 2001
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by Middle States
Regional organizations EARCOS
Enrollment PreK 180; Elementary K-5 440; Middle
School 6-8 221; High School 9-12 240; Total 1,081

Tuition range 6,900-16,000


Annual fees Capital Levy 1,600; Busing 1,400; Lunch
820
One time Fees Registration 300
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100% (80% US)
Graduates have attended Boston U, U of Michigan, U
of Nottingham, Seoul National U, Carnegie Mellon U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US
Average class size Elementary 15; Secondary 15
Language(s) taught French, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Psychologist, Reading
Resource, Speech/Hearing
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Vocal
Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Golf, Rugby, Soccer,
Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball,
Badminton, Basketball
Clubs Model UN, Odyssey of the Mind, Global Issues
Summit, Math Olympiad, Student Council, Chess
Examinations Act, SAT, AP, IB, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 1 Hectares, 4 Buildings, 160 Classrooms,
7 Computer Labs, 400 Instructional Computers,
40,000 Library Volumes

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Shenzhen

China

QSI International School of Shenzhen


Phone 86-755-8304-7122
Fax 86-755-8304-7108
Email shenzhen@qsi.org
Website www.qsi.org/szn_home/szn_home.htm
Address 8061 Hongli West Road, Futian District, Shenzhen, 518040, China

STAFF
Director Matthew Lake
Office Manager Belinda Liu
IT Director Joey Zheng
Teaching staff Full time 30; Total 30

Nationalities of teaching staff US 10; Chinese 10;


Other(s) (Canadian, Filipino) 10

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-7
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day
Year founded 2006
Governed by Quality Schools International
Accredited by Middle States
Regional organizations EARCOS

Enrollment PreK 100; Elementary K-5 100; Middle


School 6-8 20; Total 220
Tuition range 8,000-16,000
Annual fees Capital Levy 1,600; Busing 1,500; Lunch
730
One time Fees Registration 300
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US
Average class size Elementary 15
Language(s) taught French, Mandarin
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, ESL, Librarian, Nurse,
Psychologist, Reading Resource

Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,


Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology
Extra curricular programs Yearbook, Dance
Sports Soccer, Tennis, Volleyball, Badminton,
Basketball
Examinations MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 1 Buildings, 20 Classrooms, 1 Computer
Labs, 60 Instructional Computers, 4,500 Library
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China

Shekou International School


Phone 86 755 2669 3669
Fax 86 755 2667 4099
Email dcox@sis.org.cn
Website www.sis.org.cn
Address Jing Shan Villas, Nan Hai Boulevard, Shekou-Shenzhen, 518067, China

STAFF
Director Dale Cox
Finance Manager Brent Wang
Counselors Rachael Knudsen & Jacob Gray
Curriculum & Learning Coordinator Shirley Droese,
Ph.D.
Director of Early Childhood Matthew Wilding
Elementary Principal Brian Tuia
Elementary School Assistant Principal Jeff Overlie

Government Relations Manager Helen Zhou


IB Coordinator Pandie Anderson
Middle/High School Principal Philippa Curtis
Director of Technology for learning John Burns
Librarian Alicia Ngaropo-Tuia
Teaching staff Full time 95; Total 95
Nationalities of teaching staff US 55; UK 3; Chinese
10; Other(s) (Canadian, New Zealander) 27

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day
Year founded 1988
Governed by International Schools Services, Inc.
Accredited by Western
Regional organizations EARCOS, ACAMIS
Enrollment Nursery 35; PreK 130; Elementary K-5
325; Middle School 6-8 135; High School 9-12 125;
Total 750

Tuition range 38,000-159,000


Annual fees Busing 12,000
One time Fees Capital Levy 60,000
Tuition/fee currency Chinese Yuan Renminbi
Graduates attending college 100% (90% US)
Graduates have attended Carnegie Mellon U, U of
California- Los Angeles, U of California- Berkeley,
Rice U, Stanford U, Hong Kong U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, IB
Average class size Elementary 16; Secondary 16
Language(s) taught French, German, Mandarin
Language(s) of instruction English, French, German
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Librarian, Nurse
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Vocal
Music, Computer/Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Golf, Martial Arts, Rugby,
Soccer, Softball, Squash, Swimming, Tennis, Track
and Field, Volleyball, Badminton, Basketball
Clubs Model UN, Global Issues Network, Knowledge
Bowl, Chess, Cooking, Intramural Sports, Bowling,
Student Government
Examinations Act, SAT, SAT II, IB, PSAT, ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 10 Hectares, 12 Buildings, 65 Classrooms, 3
Computer Labs, 360 Instructional Computers, 25,000
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Suzhou

China

QSI International School of Suzhou


Phone 86 512 6618-1009
Fax 86 512 6618 1007
Email suzhou@qsi.org
Website www.qsi.org/suz_home/suz_home.htm
Address China Merchants Evian Town Development, Yangcheng Lake East Road 98, Suzhou, 215131, China

STAFF
Director Daniel Waterman
Office Manager Sophie Chen
Librarian Vanessa Lee
Teaching staff Full time 10; Total 10

Nationalities of teaching staff US 4; Chinese 2;


Other(s) (Canadian) 4

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-8
School year August-June
School type private non-profit
Year founded 2007
Governed by Quality Schools International
Enrollment PreK 10; Elementary K-5 30; Middle
School 6-8 10; Total 50

Tuition range 6,000-17,000


Annual fees Busing 2,000; Lunch 1,000
One time Fees Registration 300
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US
Average class size Elementary 6
Language(s) taught French, Mandarin
Language(s) of instruction English
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Photography,
Yearbook, Community Service, Dance, Drama,
Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Martial Arts, Swimming,
Tennis, Volleyball, Badminton, Basketball
Clubs Leadership, Community Service
Examinations MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban

Campus 3 Buildings, 9 Classrooms, 1 Computer Labs,


14 Instructional Computers, 5,500 Library Volumes

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Teda

China

Teda International School


Phone 86 22 66226158
Fax 86 22 62001818
Email info@tedainternationalschool.net
Website www.tedainternationalschool.net
Address 72 Third Avenue, Teda, 300457, China

STAFF
Headmaster Joesph Azmeh
Business Manager Nora Lambrecht
Primary School Principal Jane Robinson
Technology Coordinator Cavon Ahangarzadeh

Librarian Robbie Daniels


Teaching staff Full time 45; Total 45
Nationalities of teaching staff US 10; UK 4; Other(s)
(Canadian, Australian) 31

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1995
Governed by Tianjin Education Bureau
Accredited by CIS, Western
Regional organizations EARCOS
Enrollment Nursery 10; PreK 30; Elementary K-5 130;
Middle School 6-8 60; High School 9-12 70; Total 300
Tuition range 100,000-110,000

One time Fees Registration 2,000


Tuition/fee currency Chinese Yuan Renminbi
Graduates attending college 100%
Graduates have attended Cornell U, U of Illinois, U
of California- Davis, Rice U, Hong Kong U of Science
& Technology

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum International, AP
Average class size Elementary 15; Secondary 15
Language(s) taught Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Librarian, Nurse
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Photography, Yearbook, Community
Service, Dance
Sports Cross-Country, Martial Arts, Soccer,
Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball,
Badminton, Basketball
Clubs Model UN, Global Issues Network, National
Honor Society, Student Council, Chess, Dance,
Photography
Examinations SAT, AP, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 5 Hectares, 6 Buildings, 40 Classrooms, 3
Computer Labs, 120 Instructional Computers, 16,000
Library Volumes
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Tianjin

China

International School of Tianjin


Phone 86 22 2859 2001
Fax 86 22 2859 2007
Email info@istianjin.net
Website www.istianjin.org
Address Weishan Road Shuanggang, Jinnan Economic Development Zone, Tianjin, 300350, China

STAFF
Director Steve Moody
Chief Financial Officer Jenny Zhai
Elementary Principal Catherine Nicol
Secondary Principal & Deputy Director William
Elman

IT Coordinator Kleber Quevedo


Information Literacy Specialist Josianne Fitzgerald
Teaching staff Full time 68; Part time 3; Total 71
Nationalities of teaching staff US 18; UK 7; Chinese
7; Other(s) (Australian, New Zealander) 39

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1994
Governed by Board of Governors
Accredited by CIS, Western
Regional organizations EARCOS
Enrollment Nursery 16; PreK 20; Elementary K-5 188;
Middle School 6-8 115; High School 9-12 123; Total
462

Tuition range 34,400-146,600


Annual fees Capital Levy 34,150
One time Fees Registration 2,000
Tuition/fee currency Chinese Yuan Renminbi
Graduates attending college 95%
Graduates have attended Brown U, U of CaliforniaBerkeley, U of Cambridge, Yonsei U, U of British
Columbia, U of Toronto

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum IB, IBPYP, IBMYP
Average class size Elementary 16; Secondary 20
Language(s) taught French, German, Mandarin,
English, Other, Danish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Golf, Soccer, Softball,
Swimming, Track and Field, Volleyball, Badminton,
Basketball
Clubs Model UN, Student Councils, Roots & Shoots,
Teen Acts for Aids, Global Issues Network, Climbing
Examinations SAT, SAT II, IB, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 7.2 Hectares, 2 Buildings, 80 Classrooms,
5 Computer Labs, 300 Instructional Computers,
35,000 Library Volumes

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Xiamen

China

Xiamen International School


Phone 86 592 625 6581
Fax 86 592 6072900
Email askxis@hotmail.com
Website www.xischina.com
Address #262 Xingbei San Lu, Xinglin, Jimei District, Xiamen, 361022, China

STAFF
Head of School Dr. Paul Raschke
Director of Accounting Linda Lin
Athletics / Activities Coordinator Douglas Ward
Deputy Head David Wei
Elementary Principal Tony Moniz
Ellementary Counselor Heather Cronk
IB Diploma Coordinator Denes Tilitsyak
MYP Coordinator Patricia Bowman
Middle School Coordinator Michelle Bowman

Personnel Director David Huang


Secondary Principal Russell McGrath
Upper School Counselor Tim Wilson
IT Coordinator Lori Moody
Director of Library Services Terry McCarthy
Teaching staff Full time 61; Total 61
Nationalities of teaching staff US 33; UK 1; Chinese
12; Other(s) (Canadian, Australian) 15

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1997
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by Western
Regional organizations EARCOS, ACAMIS
Enrollment PreK 30; Elementary K-5 204; Middle
School 6-8 72; High School 9-12 105; Total 411
Tuition range 16,300-19,600

Annual fees Busing 800


One time Fees Registration 200
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100% (90% US)
Graduates have attended U of California- Berkeley,
California Institute of Technology, Cornell U, Hong
Kong U of Science & Technology, New York U, Penn
State U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, IB, IBPYP, IBMYP
Average class size Elementary 20; Secondary 20
Language(s) taught Mandarin
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Librarian, Nurse, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Newspaper, Photography, Yearbook,
Community Service, Dance, Drama
Sports Soccer, Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field,
Volleyball, Badminton, Baseball, Basketball
Clubs Model UN, Micro-Lending, Calligraphy, Art,
Karate, Soccer, Basketball, Volleyball, Weight
Training,
Examinations Act, SAT, SAT II, TOEFL, IB, PSAT, ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 3 Hectares, 1 Buildings, 40 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 120 Instructional Computers, 35,000
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Zhuhai

China

QSI International School of Zhuhai


Phone 86 756 818 9031
Fax 86 756 818 9031
Email zhuhai@qsi.org
Website www.qsi.org/zhu_home/zhu_home.htm
Address Bldg 2B, HengXin Industry District, JiuZhou Dadao Xi #2001, Gongbei, Zhuhai, 519000, China

STAFF
Director Matthew Farwell
Technology Coordinator Amandio Pereira
Teaching staff Full time 15; Part time 4; Total 19

Nationalities of teaching staff US 8; Chinese 6;


Other(s) (Portuguese, Dutch) 5

INFORMATION
Grade levels Nursery-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1999
Governed by QSI Executive Board
Accredited by Middle States
Enrollment Nursery 15; PreK 30; Elementary K-5 35;
Middle School 6-8 12; High School 9-12 8; Total 100

Tuition range 5,500-18,000


Annual fees Capital Levy 1,600; Busing 800; Lunch
600
One time Fees Registration 300
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100% (100% US)
Graduates have attended Temple U in Japan

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US
Average class size Elementary 8; Secondary 5
Language(s) taught Mandarin
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, ESL
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Vocal
Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama
Sports Gymnastics, Martial Arts, Soccer, Tennis,
Track and Field, Volleyball, Badminton, Basketball
Clubs Panda Council, Photography
Examinations Act, SAT, SAT II, AP, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 2 Hectares, 1 Buildings, 15 Classrooms, 1
Computer Labs, 30 Instructional Computers, 4,500
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COLOMBIA
Area: 1,138,910 sq km
Population: 45,239,079
Capital: Bogota
Currency: Colombian Peso
Languages: Spanish

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Armenia

Colombia

GI School (Former Gimnasio Ingles)


Phone 57 6 749 5220
Fax 57 6 749 8446
Email jurazan@gi.edu.co
Website www.gi.edu.co
Address Km 3 Via Circasia, Armenia, Colombia

STAFF
General School Director Jaime Urazan
Business Manager Xandra Jaramillo
Primary School Principal Olga Mercedes Forero
Secondary School Principal Adalberto Loaiza
Head of Technology Isabel Sarmiento

Librarian Carolina Hernandez


Teaching staff Full time 73; Total 73
Nationalities of teaching staff US 9; UK 1;
Colombian 58; Other(s) (Canadian, Mexican) 5

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1991
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by Southern
Regional organizations ACCAS, AASSA
Enrollment Nursery 25; PreK 78; Elementary K-5 249;
Middle School 6-8 148; High School 9-12 142; Total
642

Tuition range 4,644-4,830


Annual fees Busing 910; Lunch 899; Books 229
One time Fees Registration 2,896
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100%
Graduates have attended Pontificia U Javeriana,
Wichita State U, U de los Andes, U EAFIT, U del
Rosario

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US
Average class size Elementary 23; Secondary 20
Language(s) taught French, Spanish, English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Librarian, Nurse, Psychologist, Speech/Hearing

Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,


Vocal Music, Computer/Technology
Sports Gymnastics, Martial Arts, Soccer, Volleyball,
Basketball, Football, Hapkido, Cheerleading
Clubs Literary, Chess, Movies, Arts & Crafts
Examinations SAT, SAT II, MAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 5.48 Hectares, 11 Buildings, 39 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 209 Instructional Computers, 13,435
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Barranquilla

Colombia

Colegio Albania
Phone 57 5 350 5648
Fax 57 5 777 4969
Email ruth.allen@colegioalbania.edu.co
Website www.colegioalbania.edu.co
Address A.A. 51973, Barranquilla, Colombia
Mailing Address P.O. Box 025573, Miami, Florida, 33102-5573, United States

STAFF
Director Ruth Allen
Business Manager Jorge Remolina
Lower Primary School Principal Rosita Payan
Secondary School Principal Luis Monroy
Upper Primary School Principal Juan Carlos
Rodriguez
Computer Teacher Carlos Herrera

Library Director Gladys Arias


Teaching staff Full time 97; Part time 3; Total 100
Nationalities of teaching staff US 10; UK 2;
Colombian 86; Other(s) 2

INFORMATION
Grade levels Nursery-11
School year August-June
School type coeducational, company-sponsored,
private non-profit
Year founded 1983
Governed by Board of Trustees
Accredited by Southern

Regional organizations ACCAS, AASSA


Enrollment Nursery 57; PreK 23; Elementary K-5 171;
Middle School 6-8 89; High School 9-12 186; Total 526
Graduates attending college 100% (7% US)
Graduates have attended Pontificia U Javeriana, U
de los Andes, U de Rosario, U del Norte, U EAFIT, U
of Phoenix, Concordia U, Sorbonne U, U of Miami

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, National, IB
Average class size Elementary 25; Secondary 25
Language(s) taught Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Math Resource, Nurse,
Psychologist, Speech/Hearing
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Vocational, Instrumental Music, Vocal Music,
Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Literary


Magazine, Newspaper, Photography, Yearbook,
Community Service, Dance, Drama, Environmental
Conservation
Sports Golf, Martial Arts, Soccer, Softball,
Swimming, Tennis, Volleyball, Baseball, Basketball,
Football
Clubs Robotics, Model UN, Young Scientists,
Technical Drawing, Weight Lifting, Astronomy,
Business Enterprise, Young Congress, Theatre
Examinations IOWA, SAT, TOEFL, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Rural
Campus 5 Hectares, 5 Buildings, 54 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 140 Instructional Computers, 14,169
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Barranquilla

Colombia

Colegio Karl C. Parrish


Phone 57 5 359 9239
Fax 57 5 359 8828
Email mail@kcparrish.edu.co
Website www.kcparrish.edu.co
Address KM. 2 Antigua Via a Puerto Colombia, Barranquilla, Colombia
Mailing Address COL5016, Colegio Karl C. Parrish P.O.Box 025720, Miami, Florida, 33102, United States

STAFF
Director Laura Horbal
Business Manager Maribel Espinosa
Elementary School Principal Hectalina Donado,
Ed.D.
Secondary School Principal Jeffrey Lash, Ed.D.

Information Technology Coordinator Pedro Noguera


Head of Library/Media Center Myriam Rosado
Teaching staff Full time 78; Part time 11; Total 89
Nationalities of teaching staff US 19; Colombian 68;
Other(s) 2

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1938
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by Southern
Regional organizations ACCAS, AASSA
Enrollment Nursery 49; PreK 55; Elementary K-5 301;
Middle School 6-8 165; High School 9-12 204; Total
774

Tuition range 7,400-10,800


Annual fees Insurance 37; Books 490
One time Fees Registration 10,295
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100% (100% US)
Graduates have attended Georgia Institute of
Technology, U of Connecticut, Columbia U, Boston U,
Cornell U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 26; Secondary 26
Language(s) taught French
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Physician, Psychologist
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Yearbook, Community


Service, Drama
Sports Soccer, Softball, Swimming, Volleyball,
Baseball, Basketball
Clubs Model UN, Mu Alpha Theta, Student Council,
National Junior Honor Society, National Honor
Society
Examinations SAT, Stanford, AP, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 10 Hectares, 10 Buildings, 46 Classrooms, 7
Computer Labs, 260 Instructional Computers, 22,000
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Bogota

Colombia

Colegio Nueva Granada


Phone 57 1 212 3511
Fax 57 1 211 3720
Email farensburg@cng.edu
Website www.cng.edu
Address Carrera 2 Este No. 70-20, Rosales, Bogota, Colombia

STAFF
Director Dr. Eric Habegger
Business Manager/Finance Director Ana Gil
Admissions Director Laura De Brigard
Athletics & Co Curricular Activities Director
Jonathan Chenier
Elementary School Principal Julie Hunt
General Manager & Human Resources Director
Maria Isabel Wiesner
High School Principal Shaysann Kaun
Middle School Principal Robert Imholt

Primary School Principal Thomas Spence


Social Projects Director Charlotte Samper
Student Services Director Annie Acevedo
Technology Director Susie Faccini
High School Librarian Cristina Gomez
Teaching staff Full time 311; Part time 6; Total 317
Nationalities of teaching staff US 79; UK 3;
Colombian 217; Other(s) (Canadian, British) 18

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1938
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by Southern
Regional organizations ACCAS, AASSA, Tri
-Association
Enrollment PreK 105; Elementary K-5 767; Middle
School 6-8 410; High School 9-12 521; Total 1,803

Tuition range 9,400-14,000


Annual fees Registration 1,338; Insurance 208;
Busing 145; Lunch 86
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 99% (30% US)
Graduates have attended Standford U,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, U of
California- Los Angeles, Georgetown U, U of Chicago

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 23; Secondary 20
Language(s) taught French, Mandarin
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Psychologist, Reading
Resource, Speech/Hearing
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Vocational, Instrumental Music,
Vocal Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Community Service, Dance, Drama,
Environmental Conservation
Sports Gymnastics, Hockey, Martial Arts, Rugby,
Soccer, Softball, Track and Field, Baseball,
Basketball, Football, Climbing
Clubs Chess, Cooking, Batik, Ballet, Cartoon Drawing,
Skating, Carpentry, Robotics
Examinations Act, SAT, SAT II, Stanford, TOEFL, AP,
PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 10 Hectares, 11 Buildings, 138 Classrooms,
5 Computer Labs, 630 Instructional Computers,
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Bucaramanga

Colombia

Colegio Panamericano
Phone 577 638 6213
Fax 577 639 8970
Email panamericano@panamericano.edu.co
Website www.panamericano.edu.co
Address Calle 34 #8-73, Canaveral Alto, Floridablanca/Bucaramanga, Santander, Colombia

STAFF
Head of School Steven Desroches
Business Manager Maria Teresa Orejarena
Dean of Students Blanca C. Gutierrez
Elementary Principal J. Zeb Johnson
Middle & High School Principal Brian C. Hartman
Preschool Principal Angela Maria Guarnizo
Student Services Coordinator Janeth Plata

Technology Coordinator Andres Amaya


Librarian Gloria Gomez
Teaching staff Full time 65; Part time 15; Total 80
Nationalities of teaching staff US 13; Colombian 62;
Other(s) (Canadian) 5

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1963
Governed by School Board
Accredited by Southern
Regional organizations ACCAS, AASSA

Enrollment PreK 150; Elementary K-5 210; Middle


School 6-8 127; High School 9-12 163; Total 650
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100% (20% US)
Graduates have attended U of British Columbia, U of
Waterloo, John Hopkins U, U de Los Andes, Berklee
Col of Music, Andrews U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, National, AP
Average class size Elementary 23; Secondary 21
Language(s) taught Spanish, English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Psychologist, Speech/
Hearing
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,


Yearbook, Community Service, Dance
Sports Golf, Gymnastics, Martial Arts, Soccer, Tennis,
Volleyball, Basketball
Clubs National Honor Society, National Junior Honor
Society, Student Council, Destination Imagination
Examinations SAT, AP, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 3 Hectares, 9 Buildings, 52 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 100 Instructional Computers, 24,000
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Cali

Colombia

Colegio Bolivar
Phone 57 2 555 2039
Fax 57 2 555 2041
Email jnagy@colegiobolivar.edu.co
Website www.colegiobolivar.edu.co
Address Calle 5 #122-21, via a Pance, Cali, Colombia

STAFF
Director Joseph Nagy
Director of Finances Teresa Tapiero
High School Principal Matthew Shannon
Middle School Principal Brian Kelly
Pre-Primary Principal Carla Ravassa
Primary Principal David Fayad Doctor
Technology Coordinator Rodrigo Navia

Head of Library Thomas Rompf


Teaching staff Full time 168; Total 168
Nationalities of teaching staff US 32; Colombian
125; Other(s) (Canadian) 11

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, company-sponsored
Year founded 1947
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by Southern
Regional organizations ACCAS, AASSA
Enrollment Nursery 50; PreK 80; Elementary K-5
485; Middle School 6-8 284; High School 9-12 371;
Total 1,270

Tuition range 13,193,722-20,538,439


Annual fees Insurance 550,000; Busing 260,000;
Lunch 1,328,000
One time Fees Registration 75,000; Capital Levy
19,000,000
Tuition/fee currency Colombian Peso
Graduates attending college 99% (30% US)
Graduates have attended Pennsylvania State U,
Purdue U, Tulane U, U of Virginia, Yale U, Duke U, U
of Chicago

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,
Literary Magazine, Newspaper, Yearbook,
Community Service, Dance, Drama, Environmental
Conservation
Sports Gymnastics, Soccer, Softball, Swimming,
Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball, Baseball,
Basketball
Examinations SAT, SAT II, TOEFL, AP, PSAT, MAP

Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 20; Secondary 20
Language(s) taught French, Spanish, English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Math Resource, Nurse,
Physician, Psychologist, Reading Resource, Speech/
Hearing
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Computer/Technology

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 15 Hectares, 16 Buildings, 103 Classrooms, 3
Computer Labs, 350 Instructional Computers, 49,000
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Cartagena

Colombia

Colegio Jorge Washington


Phone 57 5 673 5505
Email michael.adams@cojowa.edu.co
Website www.cojowa.edu.co
Address Calle 6A, #3-55, Bocagrande, Cartagena, Colombia

STAFF
Director Michael Adams Ed.D.
Business Manager Moraima Lequerica
Curriculum Coordinator Tania Restrepo
Elementary School Principal Nicholas Glab
Middle & High School Principal Maryluz Meza

Technology Coordinator Ivan Mercado


Head Librarian Monica Estevez
Teaching staff Full time 80; Total 80
Nationalities of teaching staff US 25; Colombian 55

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1952
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by Southern
Regional organizations ACCAS, AASSA
Enrollment Nursery 112; PreK 47; Elementary K-5
260; Middle School 6-8 129; High School 9-12 174;
Total 722

Annual fees Busing 17,000,000


One time Fees Registration 1,700,000
Tuition/fee currency Colombian Peso
Graduates attending college 100% (19% US)
Graduates have attended Yale U, Georgia Institute
of Technology, U of Miami, Texas Christian U, Babson
Col

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 24; Secondary 24
Language(s) taught Spanish, English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Math Resource, Nurse,
Psychologist, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Vocal
Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Yearbook, Community Service, Dance, Drama,
Environmental Conservation
Sports Soccer, Softball, Volleyball, Baseball,
Basketball, Football
Examinations SAT, SAT II, AP, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 20 Hectares, 8 Buildings, 55 Classrooms, 4
Computer Labs, 140 Instructional Computers, 18,000
Library Volumes
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Manizales

Colombia

Colegio Granadino
Phone 57 6 874 57 74
Fax 57 6 874 60 66
Email rsims@granadino.edu.co
Website www.granadino.edu.co
Address Vereda La Florida, Manizales, A.A. 21 38, Colombia

STAFF
General School Director Robert Sims
Business Manager Marcela Montes
Elementary Principal Robyn Perskie
Secondary Principal Mark Danby
Technology Coordinator Patricia Jaramillo Sanint

Library Media Center Head Yurani Garcia


Teaching staff Full time 65; Part time 8; Total 73
Nationalities of teaching staff US 13; Colombian 53;
Other(s) (Canadian) 7

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year August-June
School type boarding, private non-profit
Year founded 1980
Governed by Parents Board of Directors
Accredited by Southern
Regional organizations ACCAS, AASSA
Enrollment Nursery 39; PreK 35; Elementary K-5 252;
Middle School 6-8 139; High School 9-12 176; Total
641

Tuition range 3,463-9,532


Annual fees Busing 110; Lunch 116
One time Fees Registration 850; Insurance 10; Books
840
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100%
Graduates have attended U de Los Andes, U del
Rosario, U Javeriana, U Nacional, EAFIT Medellin

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US
Average class size Elementary 25; Secondary 25
Language(s) taught Spanish, English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Psychologist, Speech/
Hearing

Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,


Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology
Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,
Newspaper, Yearbook, Community Service
Sports Soccer, Volleyball, Basketball
Examinations SAT, PSAT, MAP, Michigan English
Test

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban

Campus 9 Hectares, 9 Buildings, 34 Classrooms, 3


Computer Labs, 150 Instructional Computers

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Medellin

Colombia

The Columbus School


Phone 574 403 3106
Fax 574 386 1133
Email human.resources@columbus.edu.co
Website www.columbus.edu.co
Address Apartado Aereo 60562, Medellin, Antioquia, Colombia

STAFF
Superintendent David Cardenas
Business Manager Andres Duque
Assistant Superintendent Susan Jaramillo
Elementary School Principal Gloria Sandoval
High School Principal Alexander Bennett
Middle School Principal Frank Huerta
Technology Coordinator Sandra Hernandez

Librarians Jane Atkinson & Constanza Gonzalez


Teaching staff Full time 121; Part time 1; Total 122
Nationalities of teaching staff US 39; UK 1;
Colombian 72; Other(s) (Canadian) 10

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1947
Governed by School Board
Accredited by Southern
Regional organizations AASSA, Tri-Association
Enrollment PreK 115; Elementary K-5 671; Middle
School 6-8 340; High School 9-12 382; Total 1,508
Tuition range 6,474-7,617

One time Fees Registration 8,900


Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100% (20% US)
Graduates have attended Purdue U, Tufts U, Georgia
Institute of Technology, Syracuse U, Cornell U, U of
Virginia

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 22; Secondary 22
Language(s) taught French, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English, Spanish
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Vocal
Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Community


Service, Drama, Cooking
Sports Gymnastics, Martial Arts, Soccer, Softball,
Track and Field, Volleyball, Baseball, Basketball,
Roller Blading
Examinations SAT, AP, PSAT, MAP, DRA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 21 Hectares, 7 Buildings, 82 Classrooms, 6
Computer Labs, 661 Instructional Computers, 25,085
Library Volumes
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CONGO, REPUBLIC OF THE

CONGO, REPUBLIC OF THE


Area: 342,000 sq km
Population: 4,366,266
Capital: Brazzaville
Currency: CFA Franc
Languages: French, native languages

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Pointe-Noire

Congo, Republic of the

International School Pointe-Noire


Phone 242 05 748 7700
Email ispnprek6@gmail.com
Website www.ispnprek6.com
Address BP 4453, Pointe-Noire, Congo, Republic of the

STAFF
Principal Gary Gibbons
Teaching staff Full time 4; Total 4

Nationalities of teaching staff UK 2; Congo,


Republic of the 1; Other(s) (Austrian) 1

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-6
School year September-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 2008

Governed by Board
Regional organizations AISA
Enrollment PreK 4; Elementary K-6 13; Total 17

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, UK
Average class size Elementary 5-10
Language(s) taught French
Language(s) of instruction English
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,


Community Service
Clubs African Dance, Drumming

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban

Campus 1 Buildings, 4 Classrooms, 1 Computer Labs,


6 Instructional Computers

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CONGO, THE DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE

CONGO, THE DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE


Area: 2,344,858 sq km
Population: 73,599,190
Capital: Kinshasa
Currency: Congolese Franc
Languages: French, native languages

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Kinshasa

Congo, the Democratic Republic of the

The American School of Kinshasa


Phone 24 381 063 7556
Fax 646 619 4231
Email super@tasok.net
Website www.tasok.net
Address Route de Matadi, Ngaliema, Kinshasa, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the

STAFF
Superintendent Irene Epp
Business Manager Kareen Laplanche
Principal Steven Hupp
IT Coordinator Matt Greenway
Secondary Librarian Leveda Law

Teaching staff Full time 32; Part time 4; Total 36


Nationalities of teaching staff US 30; UK 2;
Congo, the Democratic Republic of the 2; Other(s)
(Canadian) 2

INFORMATION
Grade levels K-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1961
Governed by School Board
Accredited by Middle States
Regional organizations AISA, ECIS
Enrollment Elementary K-5 125; Middle School 6-8
75; High School 9-12 100; Total 300
Tuition range 8,440-17,580

One time Fees Registration 300; Capital Levy 4,000


Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 99% (85% US)
Graduates have attended Stanford U, Columbia
U, Hampshire Col, Col of William & Mary, Colby
Col, Austin Col, Rhode Island School of Design,
Northeastern U, Williams Col, Carleton Col, Bentley
Col, Ryerson U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 20; Secondary 15
Language(s) taught French
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, ESL, Librarian, Nurse
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,


Newspaper, Yearbook, Community Service, Drama,
Environmental Conservation
Sports Martial Arts, Rugby, Soccer, Swimming,
Volleyball, Basketball
Clubs Model UN, Student Council
Examinations Act, SAT, SAT II, AP, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 20 Hectares, 22 Buildings, 40 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 100 Instructional Computers, 20,000
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COSTA RICA

COSTA RICA
Area: 51,100 sq km
Population: 4,576,562
Capital: San Jose
Currency: Costa Rican Colon
Languages: Spanish, English

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San Jose

Costa Rica

American International School of Costa Rica


Phone 506-2293 2567
Fax 506-2239 0625
Email ais@aiscr.com
Website www.aiscr.com
Address Bosques de Dona Rosa, San Antonio de Belen, Cariari, Belen, 40703, Costa Rica

STAFF
Director Charles Prince
Accountant Manuel Cordero
Computer Teacher Paul Carnavale
Librarian Maria Baltodano

Teaching staff Full time 31; Total 31


Nationalities of teaching staff US 11; Costa Rican 16;
Other(s) 4

INFORMATION
Grade levels Nursery-12
School year August-June
School type day, private non-profit
Year founded 1970
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by Southern
Regional organizations AASCA
Enrollment Nursery 17; PreK 16; Elementary K-5 122;
Middle School 6-8 45; High School 9-12 35; Total 235
Tuition range 4,312-6,910

Annual fees Registration 600; Busing 1,200


One time Fees Capital Levy 1,500
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100%
Graduates have attended U of Virginia, Purdue U,
Manhattan Col, Boston U, Florida International U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 15; Secondary 17
Language(s) taught French, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Psychologist

Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,


Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology
Extra curricular programs Yearbook, Community
Service, Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Soccer, Volleyball, Basketball
Examinations AP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 2 Hectares, 6 Buildings, 36 Classrooms, 1
Computer Labs, 40 Instructional Computers, 5,000
Library Volumes
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San Jose

Costa Rica

Country Day School


Phone 506 2289 0919
Fax 506 2228 2076
Email greg_macgilpin@cds.ed.cr
Website www.cds.ed.cr
Address Del Banco Nacional de Costa Rica, 2 cuadras al oeste y 2 cuadras al sur, San Jose, 1139-1250, Costa Rica

STAFF
Director Greg MacGilpin, Jr.
Business Manager Dora Sevilla
Coordinator of Admissions & Community Relations
Maria Fernanda Cardona
Elementary School Principal William Large
High School Principal Christopher Brown
Middle School Principal Kerri Nolan

Technology Coordinator JeanCarlo Villalta


Teaching staff Full time 78; Part time 12; Total 90
Nationalities of teaching staff US 39; UK 2; Costa
Rican 45; Other(s) (Canadian) 4

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, proprietary
Year founded 1963
Accredited by Middle States
Regional organizations AASCA
Enrollment Nursery 44; PreK 48; Elementary K-5
462; Middle School 6-8 158; High School 9-12 168;
Total 880

Tuition range 4,280-11,960


Annual fees Registration 940
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100%
Graduates have attended Yale U, Princeton U,
Villanova U, Boston U, Tufts U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 18; Secondary 15
Language(s) taught French, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Psychologist
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,


Literary Magazine, Newspaper, Photography,
Yearbook, Community Service, Drama,
Environmental Conservation
Sports Soccer, Softball, Swimming, Volleyball,
Basketball
Examinations IOWA, SAT, AP, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 3 Hectares, 9 Buildings, 54 Classrooms, 3
Computer Labs, 102 Instructional Computers, 25,000
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San Jose

Costa Rica

Lincoln School
Phone 506 2247 6600
Fax 506 2247 6700
Email director@lincoln.ed.cr
Website www.edline.net/pages/LincolnCostaRica
Address Barrio Socorro. In front of the Catholic Church, Heredia, Costa Rica
Mailing Address Lincoln School, 1919-000, San Jose, Costa Rica

STAFF
Director General Jack Bimrose
Finance/Business Manager Carlos Rodriguez
Elementary Assistant Principal Sylvia Montero
Elementary School Principal Iris Prada
Middle School Assistant Principal Silvia Soto
Secondary School Assistant Principal Charles
Benavage

Secondary School Principal Maureen OShaughnessy


IET Coordinator Charles Clickner
Secondary School Librarian Martha Rubi
Teaching staff Full time 102; Part time 14; Total 116
Nationalities of teaching staff US 30; Costa Rican
81; Other(s) (Colombian, French) 5

INFORMATION
Grade levels Nursery-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1945
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by Southern
Regional organizations AASCA
Enrollment Nursery 133; PreK 70; Elementary K-5
468; Middle School 6-8 277; High School 9-12 341;
Total 1,289

Tuition range 7,456-11,062


Annual fees Registration 50; Insurance 23; Busing
1,331; Books 220
One time Fees Capital Levy 2,000
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100% (40% US)
Graduates have attended Harvard U, Cornell U,
Georgetown U, U of Notre Dame, Ohio State U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, IB
Average class size Elementary 20; Secondary 23
Language(s) taught French, Spanish, English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Learning Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Physician,
Psychologist, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Newspaper, Yearbook, Community
Service, Dance, Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Gymnastics, Soccer,
Swimming, Tennis, Volleyball, Badminton,
Basketball
Clubs Cooking, International Relations, Knowledge
Bowl, French, Roots & Shoots
Examinations Act, SAT, Stanford, IB, PSAT, SATII

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 7 Hectares, 8 Buildings, 96 Classrooms, 4
Computer Labs, 250 Instructional Computers, 10,000
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San Jose

Costa Rica

Marian Baker School


Phone 506 2273 0024
Fax 506 2273 0280
Email lniehaus@mbs.ed.cr
Website www.mbs.ed.cr
Address San Ramon de Tres Rios, 200m East & 200m South from the Catholic Church, San Jose, 4269-1000,
Costa Rica

STAFF
General Director Linda Niehaus
Business Manager Bonnie Heigold
Middle & High School Principal Randall Zuniga
Preschool & Elementary Principal Judy Crook
Information Technology Coordinator Pablo Solano

Head Librarian Lorrie Satterthwaite


Teaching staff Full time 33; Part time 4; Total 37
Nationalities of teaching staff US 9; Costa Rican 23;
Other(s) 5

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, proprietary
Year founded 1984
Governed by Board
Accredited by Southern
Regional organizations AASCA
Enrollment PreK 42; Elementary K-5 74; Middle
School 6-8 41; High School 9-12 55; Total 212
Tuition range 5,670-11,340

Annual fees Registration 1,000; Busing 1,600; Lunch


830
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100%
Graduates have attended Berry Col, Brown U,
Carleton U, Alberta Col of Art Design, U of MichiganAnn Arbor, Stone Hill Col, State U of New YorkAlbany, Wheaton Col

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 16; Secondary 17
Language(s) taught Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Vocal Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Photography, Yearbook, Community
Service, Dance, Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Soccer, Softball, Swimming, Volleyball,
Basketball, Football
Clubs Art, Baseball, Chess, Dance-Ballet, Dance-Jazz,
Derby, Green Team, Juggling, Violin, Popular Guitar,
Scout, Sports, Table Tennis, Yoga
Examinations Act, SAT, TOEFL, AP, MAT, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 2 Hectares, 7 Buildings, 31 Classrooms, 1
Computer Labs, 75 Instructional Computers, 11,513
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San Jose

Costa Rica

United World College Costa Rica


Phone 506 2282 5609
Fax 506 2282 1540
Email info@uwccostarica.org
Website www.uwccostarica.org
Address 400m Nortes de la Iglesia Catolica, Santa Ana Centro, San Jose, Costa Rica

STAFF
Headmaster Mauricio Viales Salas
Financial Director Carlos Sandoval
Academic Director Carey Christensen
Public Relations Pilar Orellana
Residence Coordinator Cesar Leandro

University Counseling & Admissions Gregory Walsh


Information Technology & CAS Coordinator Ricardo
Gonzalez
Head Librarian Lizzie Villalobos

INFORMATION
Grade levels 10-12
School year August-May
School type boarding
Graduates attending college 90%

Graduates have attended Johns Hopkins U,


Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Harvard U,
Cornell U, Brown U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum IB
Language(s) taught French, Spanish, English
Language(s) of instruction English

Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,


Librarian, Nurse, Psychologist, Reading Resource,
Speech/Hearing
Extra curricular programs Community Service
Examinations SAT, TOEFL

CAMPUS FACILITIES

Location Urban
Campus 13,000 Library Volumes
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Tamarindo

Costa Rica

Country Day School Guanacaste


Phone 506 654 5042
Fax 506 654 5044
Email info@cds.ed.cr
Website www.cdsgte.com
Address 400 metros sur del, Hotel Melia Conchal, Brasilito, Costa Rica

STAFF
Director Sarah Haun
Business Manager Margarita Elizondo
Elementary Coordinator Elizabeth Coon
Middle School Coordinator Amanda Bustos
Operations Director Naranjo Vera

Testing Coordinator Kim Baldwin


Teaching staff Full time 20; Total 20
Nationalities of teaching staff US 12; Costa Rican 6;
Other(s) (Canadian) 2

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type boarding, coeducational
Year founded 2000
Governed by Privately Owned
Accredited by Middle States
Enrollment PreK 5; Elementary K-5 60; Middle
School 6-8 40; High School 9-12 55; Total 160

Tuition range 3,600-8,360


Annual fees Registration 800; Boarding 5-day
16,910; Boarding, 7-day 26,710
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 95%
Graduates have attended Stanford U, New York U,
U of San Diego, U of Virginia, U of Nevada at Las
Vegas, U of Victoria

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 14; Secondary 12
Language(s) taught Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education

Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,


Yearbook, Community Service, Environmental
Conservation
Sports Soccer, Swimming, Volleyball, Basketball
Examinations Act, IOWA, SAT, AP, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Rural
Campus 15 Hectares, 5 Buildings, 20 Classrooms, 1
Computer Labs, 20 Instructional Computers, 7,000
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COTE DIVOIRE

COTE DIVOIRE
Area: 322,463 sq km
Population: 21,952,093
Capital: Yamoussoukro
Currency: CFA Franc
Languages: French, native languages

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Abidjan

Cote DIvoire

International Community School of Abidjan


Phone 225 22471152
Fax 225 22471996
Email wicklowroad@yahoo.com
Website www.icschool-uae.com
Address 06 BP 544, Abidjan 06, Cote DIvoire

STAFF
Director Daphne Neal
Business Office Manager Ndri Smet
Lower School Principal Gloria Freeman-Fromayan
Library Media Specialist & Instructor in Technology
Kim Piot

Teaching staff Full time 14; Part time 3; Total 17


Nationalities of teaching staff US 6; Cote DIvoire 4;
Other(s) (Liberian, Indian) 7

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1972
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by CIS, Middle States
Regional organizations AISA
Enrollment PreK 5; Elementary K-5 60; Middle
School 6-8 25; High School 9-12 20; Grade 13 0; Total
110

Tuition range 8,500-14,500


Annual fees Registration 750
One time Fees Capital Levy 3,000 (per child)
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100% (100% US)
Graduates have attended Elon U, York U, Temple U,
Columbia U, George Mason U, St John Fisher U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 12; Secondary 10
Language(s) taught French
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, ESL, Librarian, Nurse
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Vocal
Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Soccer, Swimming, Volleyball, Badminton,
Basketball
Clubs Student Council Upper & Lower School,
InfoPros for Peace, Roots & Shoots, Yearbook
Examinations SAT, SAT II, TOEFL, AP, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 3 Buildings, 14 Classrooms, 1 Computer
Labs, 25 Instructional Computers, 9,000 Library
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CROATIA

CROATIA
Area: 56,594 sq km
Population: 4,483,804
Capital: Zagreb
Currency: Kuna
Languages: Croatian

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Zagreb

Croatia

American International School of Zagreb


Phone 385 1 468 0133
Fax 385 1 468 0171
Email aisz@aisz.hr
Website www.aisz.hr
Address Vocarska 106, Zagreb, 10000, Croatia

STAFF
Director Robin Heslip, Ph.D.
Business Manager Bob Dunne
Coordinator of Student Services & K-12 Counselor
Elizabeth Haddon, Ed.D.
IB Coordinator Julie Milicevic
K-12 Principal Sandra House
Technology Coordinator Neven Soric

Librarian & Media Specialist Ana Grubac


Teaching staff Full time 40; Part time 5; Total 45
Nationalities of teaching staff US 21; UK 2; Croatian
20; Other(s) (Canadian) 2

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1966
Governed by School Board
Accredited by Middle States
Regional organizations CEESA, ECIS, CIS, PTC, AAIE
Enrollment PreK 25; Elementary K-5 110; Middle
School 6-8 50; High School 9-12 65; Total 250
Tuition range 15,000-15,500

Annual fees Capital Levy 1,500


One time Fees Registration 500
Tuition/fee currency Euro
Graduates attending college 100% (50% US)
Graduates have attended New York U, U of Virginia,
U Col London, U of Miami, Cornell U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, IB
Average class size Elementary 15; Secondary 12
Language(s) taught French, German, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Physician, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Vocal
Music, Computer/Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program

Extra curricular programs Computers, Literary


Magazine, Newspaper, Photography, Yearbook,
Community Service, Dance, Drama
Sports Cross-Country, Martial Arts, Soccer, Tennis,
Volleyball, Basketball
Clubs Model UN, Chess, Knowledge Bowl,
MathCounts, Speech & Debate, LEGO Robotics,
Science Explorers
Examinations Act, SAT, SAT II, TOEFL, IB, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 2 Buildings, 32 Classrooms, 2 Computer
Labs, 150 Instructional Computers, 10,000 Library
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CUBA

CUBA
Area: 110,860 sq km
Population: 11,075,244
Capital: Havana
Currency: Cuban Peso & Convertible Peso
Languages: Spanish

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Havana

Cuba

International School of Havana


Phone 537 204 2540
Fax 537 204 2723
Email office@ish.co.cu
Website www.ishav.org
Address Calle 18 #315 e/ 3ra y 5ta., Miramar, Playa, Ciudad de la Habana, 11300, Cuba

STAFF
Principal Ian Morris
Finance & Accounting Head Taym Cspedes
Lower School Head Georgina Schofield
Secondary School Head Richard Fluit
IT Manager Ivn Valds

Librarian Celia Martnez


Teaching staff Full time 75; Part time 12; Total 87
Nationalities of teaching staff UK 4; Cuban 54;
Other(s) (Canadian, Dutch) 29

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1965
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by CIS, New England
Regional organizations ECIS
Enrollment Nursery 46; PreK 21; Elementary K-5 128;
Middle School 6-8 61; High School 9-12 72; Total 328
Tuition range 3,780-11,556

Annual fees Capital Levy 300; Busing 700


One time Fees Registration 1,000
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100%
Graduates have attended Florida International
U, Clark Atlanta U, Northampton U, U of Toronto,
Moscow State U, Brown U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum UK, International, IB, IGCSE
Average class size Elementary 20; Secondary 18
Language(s) taught French, Spanish, English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Psychologist, Speech/
Hearing
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Newspaper, Photography, Yearbook,
Community Service, Dance, Drama, Environmental
Conservation
Sports Hockey, Martial Arts, Soccer, Swimming,
Tennis, Volleyball, Baseball, Basketball, Football
Clubs Homework, Cooking, Candles, Ceramics
Examinations SAT, IB, IGCSE

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 1 Hectares, 5 Buildings, 40 Classrooms, 4
Computer Labs, 110 Instructional Computers, 6,884
Library Volumes

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CURAAO

CURAAO
Area: 444 sq km
Population: 142,180
Capital: Willemstad
Currency: Netherlands Antillean Guilder
Languages: Papiamentu, Dutch

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Willemstad

Curaao

International School of Curaao


Phone 5 999 737 3633
Fax 5 999 737 3142
Email elhagem@isc.an
Website www.edline.net/pages/Intl_School_of_Curacao
Address Koninginnelaan z/n, PO Box 3090, Willemstad, Curaao

STAFF
Director Margie Elhage, Ph.D.
Financial Manager Golid Ayoubi
Director of Curriculum & Staff Development Surina
Kapila, Ed.D.
Elementary School Principal Annia Duran
High School Principal Douglas Vaughan
Human Resource Manager Gustavo Sever

Middle School Principal Jennifer van Grieken


IT Coordinator Angelica Galicia
Librarian April Johnson
Teaching staff Full time 58; Part time 3; Total 61
Nationalities of teaching staff US 27; UK 1; Curaao
12; Other(s) (Dutch, Venezuelan) 21

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1968
Governed by Board
Accredited by CIS, Southern
Regional organizations AASSA, ECIS
Enrollment Nursery 20; PreK 30; Elementary K-5 186;
Middle School 6-8 128; High School 9-12 179; Total
543

Tuition range 6,900-23,000


Annual fees Registration 2,000
One time Fees Capital Levy 10,000
Tuition/fee currency Netherlands Antillean Guilder
Graduates attending college 99% (75% US)
Graduates have attended John Hopkins U,New York
U, U of Pennsylvania, Babson Col, Boston U, U of
Miami

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, IB, AP
Average class size Elementary 18; Secondary 18
Language(s) taught Dutch, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Psychologist, Reading
Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,


Yearbook, Community Service, Drama
Sports Soccer, Softball, Swimming, Volleyball,
Basketball
Clubs Model UN
Examinations Act, SAT, SAT II, TOEFL, AP, IB, MAT,
PSAT, MAP, ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 2 Hectares, 11 Buildings, 42 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 52 Instructional Computers, 15,200
Library Volumes

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CYPRUS

CYPRUS
Area: 9,251 sq km
Population: 1,138,071
Capital: Nicosia (Lefkosia)
Currency: Turkish New Lira
Languages: Greek, Turkish, English

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Nicosia

Cyprus

The American International School in Cyprus


Phone 357 22 316 345
Fax 357 22 316 549
Email aisc@aisc.ac.cy
Website www.aisc.ac.cy
Address 11 Kassos Street, PO Box 23847, Nicosia, 1686, Cyprus

STAFF
Director Dr. Michelle Kleiss
Business Manager Kokos Pantelides
Activities Director Arno Morales
Counselor Sangita Vakis
IB Coordinator Chad McGartlin
Principal Brett Stousland
Technology Coordinator Guy Piquette

Librarian Lorna Flynn


Teaching staff Full time 41; Part time 3; Total 44
Nationalities of teaching staff US 17; UK 5; Cypriot 9;
Other(s) (Canadian) 13

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year September-June
School type coeducational, day, proprietary
Year founded 1987
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by Middle States
Regional organizations CEESA, ECIS, MAIS, NESA
Enrollment PreK 16; Elementary K-5 100; Middle
School 6-8 98; High School 9-12 100; Total 314

Tuition range 4,000-12,600


One time Fees Registration 500; Capital Levy 1,755
Tuition/fee currency Euro
Graduates attending college 100% (20% US)
Graduates have attended London School of
Economics, McGill U, Lawrence U, U of Edinburgh,
Boston Col

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, IB
Average class size Elementary 18; Secondary 15
Language(s) taught French, Greek, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Vocal
Music, Computer/Technology
Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/
Expeditions, Newspaper, Yearbook, Community
Service, Dance, Drama, Environmental Conservation

Sports Cross-Country, Soccer, Softball, Swimming,


Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball, Badminton,
Basketball, Football
Clubs Tennis, Soccer, Choir, Jewelery, Crafts, Math
Support, Basketball, Ceramics, School Band,
Robotics, Model UN, Cultural Activities, Duke of
Edinburgh
Examinations Act, IOWA, SAT, SAT II, TOEFL, IB,
PSAT, MAP, ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 4 Hectares, 3 Buildings, 32 Classrooms, 3
Computer Labs, 60 Instructional Computers, 12,000
Library Volumes
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CZECH REPUBLIC

CZECH REPUBLIC
Area: 78,867 sq km
Population: 10,177,300
Capital: Prague
Currency: Czech Koruna
Languages: Czech

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Prague

Czech Republic

International School of Prague s.r.o.


Phone 420 220 384 111
Fax 420 220 960 222
Email ispmail@isp.cz
Website schoolnet.isp.cz
Address Nebusicka 700, Prague, 164 00, Czech Republic

STAFF
Director Arnold Bieber
Business & Operations Manager Barry Freckmann
Assistant Elementary School Principal Katherine
Hawkins
Elementary School Principal Cynthia Gause-Vega
Middle School Principal Kevin Hawkins
Upper School Principal Mark Frankel

Director of Information Technology John Mikton


Head Librarian Jennifer Shaer
Teaching staff Full time 100; Part time 13; Total 113
Nationalities of teaching staff US 75; UK 15; Czech
10; Other(s) (Canadian, British) 13

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type day, private non-profit
Year founded 1948
Governed by Nine Board Members
Accredited by CIS, New England
Regional organizations CEESA, ECIS

Enrollment PreK 41; Elementary K-5 320; Middle


School 6-8 175; High School 9-12 250; Total 786
Tuition range 11,250-17,350
One time Fees Registration 850
Tuition/fee currency Euro
Graduates attending college 100% (50% US)
Graduates have attended Harvard U, Yale U, U of
Chicago, Penn State U, Stanford U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum International, IB
Average class size Elementary 20; Secondary 20
Language(s) taught Czech, French, German,
Mandarin, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Psychologist, Reading
Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program, Pamoja Online
(Philosophy & Information Technology In A Global
Society)

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Photography, Yearbook, Community
Service, Dance, Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Soccer, Softball, Tennis,
Volleyball, Badminton, Basketball, Football
Clubs Student Leadership, Knowledge Bowl,
MathCounts, Model UN, Global Issues Network
Examinations SAT, IB, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 6.6 Hectares, 1 Buildings, 84 Classrooms, 3
Computer Labs, 50 Instructional Computers, 6,530
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Prague

Czech Republic

Park Lane International School


Phone (420) 220 512 653
Email info@parklane-is.com
Website www.parklane-is.com
Address Norbertov 3, Prague 6 - Střeovice, Prague, 160 00, Czech Republic

STAFF
Director Barbara Lubaczewska
Teaching staff Full time 23; Part time 5; Total 28

Nationalities of teaching staff US 5; UK 15; Czech 8

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-6
School year September-June

Year founded 2008

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum UK
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Nurse
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Yearbook, Environmental Conservation
Sports Golf, Gymnastics, Soccer, Swimming, Tennis,
Basketball, Cricket
Examinations SAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES

Location Urban

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DENMARK

DENMARK
Area: 43,094 sq km
Population: 5,543,453
Capital: Copenhagen
Currency: Danish Krone
Languages: Danish, Faroese

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Copenhagen

Denmark

Copenhagen International School


Phone 45 3946 3300
Fax 45 3961 2230
Email cis@cis.dk
Website www.cis-edu.dk
Address Hellerupvej 22-26, Hellerup, Copenhagen, 2900, Denmark

STAFF
Director Walter Plotkin
Business Manager Poul Michael Fanoe
Admissions Officer Thomas Nielsen
Middle School Principal Leanne Dunlap
Primary School Principal Heikki Soini

Senior School Principal Caroline Brokvam


Librarian Urania Sobrinho
Teaching staff Full time 114; Part time 14; Total 128
Nationalities of teaching staff US 40; UK 22; Dane
14; Other(s) (Australian, New Zealander) 52

INFORMATION
Grade levels K-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1963
Governed by School Board
Accredited by CIS, New England
Regional organizations ECIS

Enrollment Elementary K-5 362; Middle School 6-8


236; High School 9-12 100; Total 698
Tuition range 92,000-132,000
One time Fees Registration 25,000
Tuition/fee currency Danish Krone
Graduates attending college 95% (54% US)
Graduates have attended U of Oxford, U of
Cambridge, Harvard U, Dartmouth Col, Queens Col

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum International
Average class size Elementary 22; Secondary 18
Language(s) taught French, German, English, Danish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Math Resource, Nurse,
Psychologist, Reading Resource, Speech/Hearing
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Gymnastics, Rugby, Soccer, Swimming,
Tennis, Volleyball, Basketball, Football
Examinations SAT, TOEFL, IB, PSAT, SATII

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 1 Hectares, 2 Buildings, 40 Classrooms, 3
Computer Labs, 120 Instructional Computers, 15,000
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DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
Area: 48,670 sq km
Population: 10,088,598
Capital: Santo Domingo
Currency: Dominican Peso
Languages: Spanish

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Cap Cana

Dominican Republic

Cap Cana Heritage School


Phone 809 695 5519
Fax 809 695 5556
Email m.gomez@cchs.edu.do
Website www.cchs.edu.do
Address Calle Paseo Las Canas #1, Cap Cana, Punta Cana, Provincia La Altagracia, 23000, Dominican
Republic

Mailing Address 7801 NW 37th Street, DO80Q49780N, Doral, Florida, 33166-6503, United States

STAFF
School Director Yazmin Estrella
Business Manager Yuly Mercado
High School Principal Adam Slaton
New Project Director Maria Fondeur
Preschool-Elementary Principal Carla Marcelino

Head of Technology Manuel Miranda


Librarian Maria Minaya
Teaching staff Full time 37; Part time 1; Total 38
Nationalities of teaching staff US 10; UK 2;
Dominican 20; Other(s) (Canadian) 6

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, proprietary
Year founded 2007
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by Southern
Regional organizations ACCAS, Tri-Association

Enrollment Nursery 78; PreK 19; Elementary K-5 123;


Middle School 6-8 34; High School 9-12 34; Total 288
Tuition range 3,754-11,495
Annual fees Registration 380
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 90% (100% US)
Graduates have attended Universidad
Iberoamericana (UNIBE), Full Sail U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, National
Average class size Elementary 20; Secondary 20
Language(s) taught French, Spanish, English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Psychologist, Reading
Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Vocal
Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Yearbook,


Community Service, Dance, Drama
Sports Martial Arts, Soccer, Swimming, Tennis,
Volleyball, Basketball
Clubs Student Council, Model UN, National Honors
Society, Dance
Examinations SAT, Stanford, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 4.2 Hectares, 6 Buildings, 41 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 94 Instructional Computers, 22,183
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Santo Domingo

Dominican Republic

Carol Morgan School


Phone 809 947 1000
Fax 809 533 9222
Email headmaster@cms.edu.do
Website www.cms.edu.do
Address Ave. Sarasota esq. Nunez de Caceres, Bella Vista, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

STAFF
Head of School Jack Delman
Business Manager Ariel Villaba
Deputy Head Christy Brown
Elementary Principal Laura Tolone
High School Principal Ernest Peterson
Middle School Principal Marsha Aaronson
Academic Technology Director Nigel Robinson

Library Co -Director Praxedes Rivera


Teaching staff Full time 123; Part time 2; Total 125
Nationalities of teaching staff US 64; Dominican 45;
Other(s) (Canadian) 16

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1933
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by Southern
Regional organizations ACCAS
Enrollment PreK 62; Elementary K-5 465; Middle
School 6-8 237; High School 9-12 317; Total 1,081

Tuition range 5,977-14,775


Annual fees Registration 400
One time Fees Capital Levy 4,100
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100% (90% US)
Graduates have attended Tulane U, Cornell U,
Pennsylvania State U, Georgetown U, Bentley U,
Babson Col, Princeton U, Stanford U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 21; Secondary 20
Language(s) taught Mandarin, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Math Resource, Nurse,
Physician, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Vocal
Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Drama,
Environmental Conservation
Sports Gymnastics, Martial Arts, Soccer, Volleyball,
Baseball, Basketball
Clubs Band, Choir, Drama, Model UN, Ecology,
Destination Imagination, Global Initiatives Network
Examinations Act, IOWA, SAT, SAT II, TOEFL, AP,
PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 6 Hectares, 13 Buildings, 83 Classrooms,
8 Computer Labs, 360 Instructional Computers,
30,000 Library Volumes

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Sosua

Dominican Republic

International School of Sosua


Phone 809 571 3271
Fax 809 571 1904
Email director@issosua.com
Website www.issosua.com
Address La Mulata #1, Sosua, Dominican Republic

STAFF
Director Craig Selig
Business Manager Gina Gonzalez
Elementary Principal Megan Howe
Secondary Vice Principal Daryl McIntryre
Head of Technology Manuel Bueno

Librarian Dave Foster


Teaching staff Full time 34; Part time 1; Total 35
Nationalities of teaching staff US 11; UK 3;
Dominican 4; Other(s) (Canadian, Spanish) 17

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1989
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by North Central, Southern
Regional organizations ACCAS
Enrollment Nursery 8; PreK 28; Elementary K-5 78;
Middle School 6-8 56; High School 9-12 72; Total 242
Tuition range 2,500-6,350

Annual fees Registration 750


Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100% (60% US)
Graduates have attended Barnard Col, Pontificia U
Catlica Madre y Maestra, Florida State U, Brock U,
McGill U, Barnard U, Georgia Institute of Technology,
Worcester State U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 15; Secondary 18
Language(s) taught Spanish, English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Psychologist
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Newspaper, Yearbook,


Community Service, Drama, Environmental
Conservation
Sports Martial Arts, Soccer, Softball, Track and Field,
Volleyball, Baseball, Basketball, Football
Clubs Model UN, National Honor Society
Examinations SAT, AP, PSAT, MAP, SATII

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Rural
Campus 7 Hectares, 10 Buildings, 21 Classrooms, 1
Computer Labs, 52 Instructional Computers, 7,500+
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ECUADOR

ECUADOR
Area: 283,561 sq km
Population: 15,223,680
Capital: Quito
Currency: US Dollar
Languages: Spanish, Amerindian languages

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Guayaquil

Ecuador

American School of Guayaquil


Phone 5934 226-1893
Fax 5934 2255503 ext. 103
Email info@colegioamericano.edu.ec
Website www.colegioamericano.edu.ec
Address Avenida Juan Tanca Marengo - KM 6 1/2, Guayaquil, Ecuador

STAFF
Director General Keith Miller
Financial Administrative Manager Carolina Garzon
Reyes
Athletic Director Billy Dwyer
Elementary School Principal Guisella Zevallos de
Amaya
High School Principal Patricia Ayala de Coronel,
Ph.D.

Preschool Principal Mariana HiFong de Camchong


Director of Technology Dino Herrera
Head Librarian Laura Marcillo
Teaching staff Full time 125; Total 125
Nationalities of teaching staff US 18; UK 2;
Ecuadorean 100; Other(s) (Chinese) 5

INFORMATION
Grade levels Nursery-12
School year April-January
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1942
Governed by Board of Directors
Regional organizations AASSA
Enrollment Nursery 50; PreK 75; Elementary K-5 651;
Middle School 6-8 364; High School 9-12 435; Total
1,575
Tuition range 2,650-3,000

Annual fees Busing 400; Lunch 400; Books 300


One time Fees Registration 185; Insurance 35
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 90%
Graduates have attended State U of New York,
Tecnologico de Monterrey, U of Colorado, American
U, Purdue U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US
Average class size Elementary 25; Secondary 25
Language(s) taught Spanish, English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Librarian, Nurse, Physician, Psychologist, Reading
Resource

Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,


Instrumental Music, Computer/Technology
Extra curricular programs Community Service,
Dance, Drama
Sports Gymnastics, Soccer, Softball, Volleyball,
Baseball, Basketball, Football
Examinations IB

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 13 Hectares, 25 Buildings, 70 Classrooms, 4
Computer Labs, 128 Instructional Computers, 9,100
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Guayaquil

Ecuador

Inter-American Academy
Phone 593 4 299 1170
Fax 593 4 299 1988
Email info@interamerican.edu.ec
Website www.interamerican.edu.ec
Address Puerto Azul, km 10.5, Guayaquil, Ecuador

STAFF
Executive Director Peter Nonnenkamp
Business/Finanace Manager Maria Neira
Athletic Director Ray Domingo
Guidance Counselor Marcela Doylet
MS/HS Principal Arturo Ramirez
School Psychologist Karina Bustamante
Network Manager Francisco Bolanos

Educational Media Coordinator Jacqueline Leisch


Teaching staff Full time 33; Total 33
Nationalities of teaching staff US 12; Ecuadorean 14;
Other(s) 7

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1979
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by Southern
Regional organizations AASSA
Enrollment Nursery 10; PreK 13; Elementary K-5 95;
Middle School 6-8 55; High School 9-12 50; Total 223
Tuition range 9,000-13,000

Annual fees Registration 300


One time Fees Capital Levy 2,800
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100% (90% US)
Graduates have attended Boston Col, Purdue U,
Rutgers U, U of California- Los Angeles, Syracuse U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 12; Secondary 14
Language(s) taught Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Librarian, Physician, Psychologist
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Vocal
Music, Computer/Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Yearbook, Community Service, Dance, Drama,
Environmental Conservation
Sports Soccer, Swimming, Volleyball, Basketball
Clubs Chess, Gardening, Rock Bands, Choir, National
Honor Society, National Junior Honor Society, STUCO,
Model UN
Examinations Act, SAT, SAT II, AP, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 7 Hectares, 9 Buildings, 24 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 120 Instructional Computers, 17,000
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Quito

Ecuador

Academia Cotopaxi American International


School
Phone 593 2 246 7373
Fax 593 2 244 5195
Email info@cotopaxi.k12.ec
Website www.cotopaxi.k12.ec
Address De las Higuerillas y Alondras (Monteserrin), PO Box 17-11-6510, Quito, Ecuador

STAFF
Director William Johnston
Director of Finances Mauricio Mera
Administrative Officer & HR Patricia de Marin
Director of Marketing/Admissions Victoria Mous
High School Principal Edward Wexler
Lower School Assistant Principal Paola de Pereira

Lower School Principal Tim Teiman


Librarian Mandy Friedman
Teaching staff Full time 63; Part time 2; Total 65
Nationalities of teaching staff US 39; UK 1;
Ecuadorean 15; Other(s) (Canadian) 10

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year September-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1959
Governed by Board of Trustees
Accredited by Southern
Regional organizations AASCA, ACCAS, AASSA
Enrollment PreK 40; Elementary K-5 232; Middle
School 6-8 102; High School 9-12 122; Total 496
Tuition range 14,525-17,250

Annual fees Registration 475; Busing 779; Lunch 637


One time Fees Capital Levy 4,000
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100% (98% US)
Graduates have attended Stanford U, U of Virginia,
Vassar U, Boston Col, U of North Carolina at Chapel
Hill, George Washington U, Princeton U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, IB, IBPYP
Average class size Elementary 16; Secondary 16
Language(s) taught Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Psychologist
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Photography,


Yearbook, Community Service, Dance, Drama,
Environmental Conservation
Sports Gymnastics, Soccer, Swimming, Tennis,
Volleyball, Baseball, Basketball
Clubs French, Boy & Girl Scouts, Cheerleading, Chess
Examinations Act, IOWA, SAT, TOEFL, IB, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 5 Hectares, 6 Buildings, 64 Classrooms, 6
Computer Labs, 283 Instructional Computers, 35,000
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Quito

Ecuador

Alliance Academy International


Phone 593 2 226 6985
Fax 593 2 226 4350
Email dwells@alliance.k12.ec
Website www.alliance.k12.ec
Address Villalengua 789 y 10 de Agosto, Quito, Ecuador

STAFF
Director Dr. David Wells
Business Manager Keith Newburn
ESL Coordinator Christina Simmons
Early Childhood Coordinator Bethany Meekins
Elementary Principal Stephen Driscoll
Middle School Coordinator Monica Gamboa
Registrar Dr. Stu Olson
Secondary Principal Toby Travis

Skills Center Director Dr. Deb Anderson


Special Education Coordinator Debbie Douce
Network Computer Systems Coordinator Bill Evans
Learning Resource Center Coordinator Sheila Mejia
Teaching staff Full time 69; Part time 16; Total 85
Nationalities of teaching staff US 58; UK 1;
Ecuadorean 18; Other(s) (Canadian) 8

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year September-June
School type boarding, coeducational, private nonprofit
Year founded 1929
Governed by School Board
Accredited by Southern
Regional organizations AASSA, Tri-Association
Enrollment PreK 40; Elementary K-5 241; Middle
School 6-8 123; High School 9-12 210; Total 614

Tuition range 6,000-9,370


Annual fees Registration 270; Boarding 7-day 7,715;
Busing 925
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 98% (50% US)
Graduates have attended Harvard U, Wheaton Col,
John Brown U, Crown Col, Nyack Col

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 18; Secondary 22
Language(s) taught French, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Math Resource, Nurse,
Psychologist, Reading Resource, Speech/Hearing

Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,


Vocational, Instrumental Music, Vocal Music,
Computer/Technology
Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/
Expeditions, Newspaper, Photography, Yearbook,
Community Service, Dance, Drama
Sports Soccer, Volleyball, Basketball
Examinations Act, SAT, SAT II, TOEFL, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 2 Hectares, 9 Buildings, 73 Classrooms, 7
Computer Labs, 220 Instructional Computers, 43,818
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Quito

Ecuador

American School of Quito


Phone 593 397 6300
Fax 593 2 2472 972
Email swilliams@fcaq.k12.ec
Website www.fcaq.k12.ec
Address Manuel Benigno Cueva N 80-190, Carcelen, Quito, Pichincha, EC170120, Ecuador
Mailing Address Colegio Americano de Quito, Casilla 1701157, Quito, Ecuador

STAFF
Director General Susan Williams
Financial Manager Gonzalo Luna
Director of International Program Susan Montalvo
Elementary Coordinator of International Section
Leanne Kirk
Elementary Principal of National Section Teresa
Barrera
High School Principal of National Section Susana
Hervas
IB Coordinator Leah Yepez

MYP Coordinator David Weaver


Technology Coordinator Leonardo Castro
Media Center Director Jeanette Brooker
Teaching staff Full time 223; Total 223
Nationalities of teaching staff US 51; UK 1;
Ecuadorean 159; Other(s) (Canadian, Colombian) 12

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1940
Governed by Board of Administration
Accredited by Southern
Regional organizations ACCAS, AASSA, ECIS
Enrollment PreK 139; Elementary K-5 911; Middle
School 6-8 451; High School 9-12 615; Total 2,116
Tuition range 5,670-8,650

Annual fees Registration 331; Capital Levy 750;


Insurance 220; Books 323
One time Fees Busing 90
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 96% (40% US)
Graduates have attended Cornell U, Vassar Col, Bryn
Mawr Col, Mount Holyoke Col, Lehigh U, Boston Col,
Loyola U, Colombia U, New York U-Dubai

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, National, IB, IBMYP
Average class size Elementary 22; Secondary 25
Language(s) taught Mandarin, Spanish, English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Physician, Psychologist
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Vocational, Instrumental Music, Vocal Music,
Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Community Service, Dance, Drama, Environmental
Conservation
Sports Gymnastics, Hockey, Martial Arts, Soccer,
Track and Field, Volleyball, Basketball
Clubs Ecology, Newspaper, Drama, Model UN,
Organization of American States, Garden, Girl
Scouts, Recycling
Examinations IOWA, SAT, SAT II, TOEFL, IB, PSAT,
MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 12 Hectares, 19 Buildings, 188 Classrooms, 7
Computer Labs, 223 Instructional Computers, 96,000
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EGYPT

EGYPT
Area: 1,001,450 sq km
Population: 83,688,164
Capital: Cairo
Currency: Egyptian Pound
Languages: Arabic

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Alexandria

Egypt

Schutz American School


Phone 20 3 574 1435
Fax 20 3 576 0229
Email nwalker@schutzschool.org.eg
Website www.schutzschool.org.eg
Address 51 Schutz Street, P.O. Box 1000, Alexandria, 21111, Egypt

STAFF
Head of School Nathan Walker
Finance Manager Ashraf Nouh
Assistant Head of School Massimo Laterza
Lower School Principal Judy Beeles
Registrar Omneya El Naggar
Upper School Principal Gary Eubank
Technology Coordinator Joseph Christie

Librarian Judyth Lessee


Teaching staff Full time 39; Part time 3; Total 42
Nationalities of teaching staff US 28; Egyptian 12;
Other(s) (Canadian) 2

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1924
Governed by Board of Trustees
Accredited by CIS, New England
Regional organizations CEESA, ECIS, NESA
Enrollment PreK 48; Elementary K-5 120; Middle
School 6-8 58; High School 9-12 82; Total 308
Tuition range 5,500-13,000

Annual fees Busing 600; Lunch 650


One time Fees Registration 2,500
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100% (60% US)
Graduates have attended Columbia U, U of
California-Berkeley, Northwestern U, McGill U,
American U of the Caribbean, U of CaliforniaStanford

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 17; Secondary 19
Language(s) taught Arabic, French
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Librarian, Nurse, Psychologist
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Newspaper, Yearbook, Community
Service, Drama
Sports Soccer, Tennis, Volleyball, Basketball
Clubs Model UN, National Honor Society, National
Junior Honor Society, Student Council, Interact,
Community Service
Examinations SAT, SAT II, AP, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 2 Hectares, 9 Buildings, 31 Classrooms, 4
Computer Labs, 115 Instructional Computers, 23,000
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Cairo

Egypt

American International School in Egypt


Phone 002 02 26188400
Fax 002 02 26174002
Email ais@aisegypt.com
Website www.aisegypt.com
Address Cairo Festival City, 5th Settlement, Katameya, Cairo, 11371, Egypt

STAFF
Director Bill Delbrugge
Business Manager Mamdouh Mazhar
Advisor & Assistant Chairman Tammam Abushakra
Ph.D.
Assistant Chief Operating Officer Hazem Girgis
Chairman of the Board & Superintendent Walid
Abushakra

Deputy Superintendent Wahib Girgis


IT Trainer Devin Cushman
Head Librarian Stephanie Delorie
Teaching staff Full time 156; Total 156
Nationalities of teaching staff US 90; UK 3;
Egyptian 20; Other(s) (Canadian, French) 43

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year September-June
School type coeducational, proprietary
Year founded 1990
Governed by Board of Trustees (ESOL)
Accredited by Middle States
Regional organizations ECIS, MAIS, NESA
Enrollment PreK 36; Elementary K-5 570; Middle
School 6-8 320; High School 9-12 540; Total 1,466
Tuition range 6,900-11,000

Annual fees Busing 950


One time Fees Registration 1,500
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100% (42% US)
Graduates have attended Massachusetts Institute
of Technology, McGill U, U of Virginia, Harvard U,
Imperial Col London

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, IB
Average class size Elementary 18; Secondary 23
Language(s) taught Arabic, French, Spanish, English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Math Resource, Nurse,
Physician, Psychologist, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Newspaper, Photography, Yearbook,
Community Service, Drama, Environmental
Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Martial Arts, Soccer,
Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball,
Badminton, Basketball
Clubs Model UN, National Honor Society, AIS 4
Egypt, Egyptology, Roots & Shoots
Examinations SAT, SAT II, IB, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 20 Hectares, 3 Buildings, 165 Classrooms, 8
Computer Labs, 515 Instructional Computers, 24,000
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Cairo

Egypt

Cairo American College


Phone 20-2-2755 5555
Fax 20-2-2519 6584
Email apply@cacegypt.org
Website www.cacegypt.org
Address 1 Midan Digla, Road 253, Maadi, Cairo, 11431, Egypt

STAFF
Superintendent Wayne Rutherford
Finance & Operations Director Raj Basi
Elementary School Principal Julie Jackson-Jin
High School Principal Joelle Basnight
Middle School Principal Andrew Ferguson

Director of Information Services Steven Roberts


Head Librarian James Beau Cain
Teaching staff Full time 138; Part time 10; Total 148
Nationalities of teaching staff US 91; UK 10;
Egyptian 31; Other(s) (Canadian, British) 16

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1945
Governed by Board of Trustees
Accredited by Middle States
Regional organizations EARCOS, ECIS, MAIS, NESA
Enrollment PreK 27; Elementary K-5 372; Middle
School 6-8 300; High School 9-12 450; Total 1,149
Tuition range 12,300-19,800

Annual fees Capital Levy 250; Busing 1,900


One time Fees Registration 10,000
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100%
Graduates have attended Columbia U, McGill U,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Stanford U,
U of London

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, IB, AP
Average class size Elementary 18; Secondary 18
Language(s) taught Arabic, French, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Speech/Hearing
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program, Wrestling, Water
Polo

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Soccer, Softball, Swimming,
Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball, Badminton,
Baseball, Basketball
Clubs National Honor Society, Model UN, Student
Government, Academic Games, Peer Support, Arab,
Green Team, Thespian Society, Spanish
Examinations Act, SAT, SAT II, AP, IB, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 5 Hectares, 9 Buildings, 136 Classrooms,
8 Computer Labs, 800+ Instructional Computers,
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Cairo

Egypt

Cairo English School


Phone 20 2 24483433
Fax 20 2 24091625
Email cmonaghan@cesegypt.com
Website www.cesegypt.com
Address Mirage City, New Cairo, Cairo, Egypt

STAFF
Headmaster Craig Monaghan
Deputy Superintendent (ESOL) Wahib Girgis
Assistant Head Primary Val Awad
Assistant Head, IB Coordinator Leslie Pickett
Deputy Head Primary Ian Morton

Head of Primary Mark Thompson


School Librarian Helen Galvin
Teaching staff Full time 110; Part time 1; Total 111
Nationalities of teaching staff US 1; UK 82; Egyptian
14; Other(s) (New Zealander, Canadian) 14

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year September-June
School type coeducational, day, proprietary
Year founded 2006
Governed by ESOL
Regional organizations ECIS

Enrollment Nursery 150; PreK 150; Elementary K-5


680; Middle School 6-8 195; High School 9-12 116;
Total 1,291
Tuition range 3,390-6,000
Annual fees Busing 460
One time Fees Registration 800
Tuition/fee currency British Pound

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum UK, IB, IGCSE
Average class size Elementary 22; Secondary 22
Language(s) taught Arabic, French, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Physician, Psychologist
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Newspaper, Yearbook, Community
Service, Dance, Drama
Sports Golf, Gymnastics, Hockey, Rugby, Soccer,
Swimming, Track and Field, Volleyball, Badminton,
Basketball, Cricket, Football
Examinations A-level GCE, GCSE, IB, IGCSE, ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 2 Buildings, 120 Classrooms, 3 Computer
Labs, 120 Instructional Computers, 10,000 Library
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Cairo

Egypt

Modern English School Cairo


Phone 20 2 2618 9600
Fax 20 2 2617 0020
Email mescairo@mescairo.com
Website www.mescairo.com
Address PO Box 5, New Cairo, Tagamoa Khamis, Cairo, 11835, Egypt

STAFF
Managing Director Sawsan Dajani
Financial Controller Shaker Beltagi
American High School Principal Regina Le Beau
Deputy Managing Director Ghada Dajani
Head of British & IB Sections Nicki Singleton
Primary Head Teacher Key Stage 1 Sasha Crabb
Primary Head Teacher Key Stage 2 Simon Jodrell

Whole School Principal Matthew Kirby


Media Centres Coordinator Frances Klein
Teaching staff Full time 191; Part time 2; Total 193
Nationalities of teaching staff US 32; UK 134;
Egyptian 20; Other(s) (Canadian, New Zealander) 7

INFORMATION
Grade levels K-12
School year September-June
School type coeducational, day, proprietary
Year founded 1990
Governed by Board of Trustees
Accredited by Middle States, NCA, BSME, BSO
Regional organizations ECIS, MAIS, NESA, BSME,
IBO
Enrollment Elementary K-5 1,060; Middle School 6-8
442; High School 9-12 529; Total 2,031

Tuition range 3,050-6,800


Annual fees Busing 473
One time Fees Registration 750
Tuition/fee currency British Pound
Graduates attending college 100% (5% US)
Graduates have attended McGill U, Concordia U,
Cornell U, American U in Cairo, New York U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Sports Golf, Gymnastics, Martial Arts, Rugby, Skiing
(Snow), Soccer, Softball, Swimming, Tennis, Track
and Field, Volleyball, Basketball, Cricket, Football
Clubs Ultimate Games, Strategy Gaming,
Pantomime, Darts, Needlework, Dance, Movie, Arts
& Crafts, Cricket, Card Making
Examinations Act, A-level GCE, SAT, SAT II, AP,
GCSE, IB, IGCSE, PSAT, MAP

Curriculum US, UK, IB, AP, IGCSE, GCSE


Average class size Elementary 25; Secondary 25
Language(s) taught Arabic, French, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Physician, Psychologist
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology
Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/
Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 4 Hectares, 6 Buildings, 90 Classrooms, 5
Computer Labs, 250 Instructional Computers, 21,000
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EL SALVADOR
Area: 21,041 sq km
Population: 6,090,646
Capital: San Salvador
Currency: US Dollar
Languages: Spanish

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San Salvador

El Salvador

Colegio Internacional de San Salvador


Phone 503 2 224 1330
Fax 503 2 265 7860
Email c_stemp@intschoolsansal.com
Website intschoolsansal.com
Address Calle La Reforma 169, San Salvador, El Salvador
Mailing Address Apartado 05-15, San Salvador, El Salvador

STAFF
Headmaster Chester Stemp
Business Manager Nora Stemp
Head of Pre-school and Primary Carole Castillo
Head of Secondary Jorgelina Giammattei
Technology Coordinator Sonia Carolina Castillo

Librarian Tania Guardado


Teaching staff Full time 32; Part time 4; Total 36
Nationalities of teaching staff US 9; Salvadoran 24;
Other(s) (Filipino) 3

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, proprietary
Year founded 1979
Governed by Board of Owners
Accredited by Southern
Regional organizations AASCA
Enrollment PreK 13; Elementary K-5 137; Middle
School 6-8 75; High School 9-12 93; Total 318
Tuition range 4,800-6,600

Annual fees Books 100-400


Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100% (50% US)
Graduates have attended Rice U, Brown U, Loyola U,
Texas A&M U, Purdue U,, Northwestern U, Valparaiso
U, U of Notre Dame

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, National
Average class size Elementary 24; Secondary 25
Language(s) taught French, Portuguese, Spanish,
English
Language(s) of instruction English/Spanish
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Librarian, Physician, Psychologist
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Literary Magazine,


Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama
Sports Swimming, Volleyball, Basketball, Football
Clubs Cheerleaders, Student Council, Knowledge
Bowl
Examinations IOWA, SAT, AP, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 1 Hectares, 12 Buildings, 15 Classrooms, 1
Computer Labs, 35 Instructional Computers, 5,000
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San Salvador

El Salvador

Escuela Americana
Phone 503 2528 8300
Fax 503 2528 8321
Email recruiting@amschool.edu.sv
Website www.amschool.edu.sv
Address Colonia y Calle La Mascota, Final Pasaje #3, San Salvador, El Salvador

STAFF
General Director Charles Skipper
Director of Finance & Operations Patricia de Zaldivar
Athletic Director Raquel Rodriguez
Lower School Director Cristina Lima
Middle School Director Bob Sinnett
Upper School Director Richard Sinclair
Technology Department Manager Salvador Canjura

Head Librarian Nora de Hirlemann


Teaching staff Full time 187; Part time 2; Total 189
Nationalities of teaching staff US 48; Salvadoran
134; Other(s) (Colombian, Cuban) 7

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1946
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by Southern
Regional organizations AASCA

Enrollment PreK 125; Elementary K-5 747; Middle


School 6-8 398; High School 9-12 487; Total 1,757
Tuition range 3,500-4,700
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100%
Graduates have attended Harvard U, Yale U, U of
Pennsylvania, Cornell U, Princeton U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 24; Secondary 21
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Psychologist, Reading
Resource, Speech/Hearing
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Computer/Technology, Wall
Climbing

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Drama,
Environmental Conservation
Sports Golf, Soccer, Squash, Volleyball, Basketball
Clubs Ecology, Teens United for Health, Drama,
Chess, MathCounts, Knowledge Bowl, Social Service,
Art
Examinations Act, SAT, TOEFL, AP, PSAT, Stanford

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 35 Hectares, 20 Buildings, 134 Classrooms, 8
Computer Labs, 357 Instructional Computers, 31,500
Library Volumes
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San Salvador

El Salvador

Escuela Panamericana
Phone 011-503-2209-6058
Fax 011-503-2209-6033
Email ep@panamschool.edu.sv
Website www.panamschool.edu.sv
Address Colonia Escalon, Final Pje. Union y Calle El Carmen, 1348 Calle El Carmen, San Salvador, El Salvador
Mailing Address 7801 NW 37th Street, VIP 809, DORAL, Florida, 33166, United States

STAFF
President Jim Bosworth
Business/Finance Manager Diego Valiente
Director Claudia Pardo
English Coordinator Michelle Declaremont
Spanish Coordinator Yandy Carranza

Head of Technology Neal Bosworth


Head of Library/Media Center Jullio Monterrosa
Teaching staff Full time 36; Part time 11; Total 47
Nationalities of teaching staff US 2; Salvadoran 45

INFORMATION
Grade levels Nursery-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, proprietary
Year founded 1977
Governed by School Board
Accredited by Southern
Regional organizations AASCA, MAIS
Enrollment Nursery 18; PreK 36; Elementary K-5 285;
Middle School 6-8 124; High School 9-12 98; Total 561
Tuition range 1,600-4,500

One time Fees Registration 2,000


Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 99% (50% US)
Graduates have attended Tecnolgico de
Monterrey, U of Miami, U de Matias Delgado, U
Centroamericana, Escuela de Comunicacion Monica
Herrera

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, National
Average class size Elementary 19; Secondary 19
Language(s) taught Spanish, English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Math Resource, Nurse,
Physician, Psychologist, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Vocational, Instrumental Music,
Vocal Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,


Newspaper, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Gymnastics, Martial Arts, Soccer, Softball,
Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball, Baseball,
Basketball, Football
Clubs Cooking, Musical Groups
Examinations Act, IOWA, SAT, TOEFL, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 6 Hectares, 10 Buildings, 38 Classrooms, 1
Computer Labs, 29 Instructional Computers, 13,000
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ERITREA

ERITREA
Area: 117,600 sq km
Population: 6,086,495
Capital: Asmara (Asmera)
Currency: Nakfa
Languages: Tigrinya, Arabic, English

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Asmara

Eritrea

Asmara International Community School


Phone +291 1 16-17-05
Fax +291 1 16-17-05
Email AICSDirector@gmail.com
Website www.aicsasmara.com
Address 117-19 Street, #6, P.O. Box 4941, Asmara, Eritrea

STAFF
Director Paul Neary
Business Manager Esayas Abraham
Network Administrator & Technology Coordinator
Samuel Haileab

Teaching staff Full time 14; Part time 2; Total 16


Nationalities of teaching staff US 6; Eritrean 7;
Other(s) (Canadian, Australian) 3

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1994
Governed by Board of Governors
Accredited by Middle States
Regional organizations AISA
Enrollment PreK 6; Elementary K-5 76; Middle School
6-8 25; High School 9-12 33; Total 140
Tuition range 3,402-18,592

One time Fees Registration 100; Capital Levy 2,800


Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100%
Graduates have attended Catholic U of America, U
of Maryland, U of Connecticut, U of Richmond, U of
Tulsa

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, International
Average class size Elementary 13; Secondary 10
Language(s) taught French
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists ESL, Librarian, Nurse
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Vocal Music

Extra curricular programs Newspaper, Yearbook,


Community Service
Sports Soccer, Volleyball, Badminton, Basketball
Clubs National Honor Society, National Junior Honor
Society
Examinations Act, IOWA, SAT, TOEFL, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 1 Hectares, 2 Buildings, 15 Classrooms, 1
Computer Labs, 35 Instructional Computers, 7,500
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ESTONIA

ESTONIA
Area: 45,228 sq km
Population: 1,274,709
Capital: Tallinn
Currency: Estonian Kroon
Languages: Estonian, Russian

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Tallinn

Estonia

International School of Estonia


Phone 372 666 4380
Fax 372 666 43 83
Email office@ise.edu.ee
Website www.ise.edu.ee
Address Juhkentali 18, Tallinn, 10132, Estonia

STAFF
Director Kathleen Naglee
Office Manager Reelika Herkel
PYP Coordinator Terje Akke
Librarian Kadri Tomson

Teaching staff Full time 24; Part time 4; Total 28


Nationalities of teaching staff US 6; UK 4; Estonian
12; Other(s) (Portuguese) 6

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1995
Governed by Board
Accredited by CIS, New England
Regional organizations CEESA, ECIS
Enrollment Nursery 10; PreK 10; Elementary K-5 52;
Middle School 6-8 36; High School 9-12 12; Total 120
Tuition range 3,152-17,104

Annual fees Lunch 445


One time Fees Registration 500; Capital Levy 2,000
Tuition/fee currency Euro
Graduates attending college 100%
Graduates have attended Whitman Col, U of
Oxford, London School of Economics, U of Warsaw,
Portobello Col, Ecole Hoteliere De Lausanne, Moscow
State U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum International, IB, IBPYP
Average class size Elementary 10; Secondary 8
Language(s) taught French, German
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Photography,
Yearbook, Community Service, Dance, Drama,
Environmental Conservation
Sports Soccer, Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field,
Volleyball, Badminton, Basketball
Clubs Art, Dance, Homework, IT, Board Games,
Archery, Tae Kwon Do, Chess, Swinging, Guitar, Tap
Dance
Examinations SAT, SAT II, TOEFL, IB, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 1 Hectares, 1 Buildings, 19 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 40 Instructional Computers, 9,000
Library Volumes

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ETHIOPIA

ETHIOPIA
Area: 1,104,300 sq km
Population: 93,815,992
Capital: Addis Ababa
Currency: Birr
Languages: Amarigna (Amharic), Arabic, native languages

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Addis Ababa

Ethiopia

International Community School of Addis


Ababa
Phone 251 11 371 1544
Fax 251 11 371 0722
Email info@icsaddis.edu.et
Website www.icsaddis.edu.et
Address PO Box 70282, Old Airport Area, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

STAFF
Head of School James Laney, Jr.
Deputy Director for Finance and Operations
Wondwossen Gegziabher
Director for Curriculum, Instruction & Assessment
Katherine Brewer
Elementary School Principal Hubert Gordon
High School Principal Joyce Halsey

Middle School Principal Elizabeth Johnston


IT Director John Iglar
Schoolwide Librarian Martha Langille
Teaching staff Full time 82; Part time 15; Total 97
Nationalities of teaching staff US 54; UK 4;
Ethiopian 8; Other(s) (Canadian, German) 31

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1964
Governed by Parents
Accredited by Middle States
Regional organizations AISA, ECIS
Enrollment PreK 55; Elementary K-5 369; Middle
School 6-8 153; High School 9-12 170; Total 747
Tuition range 7,100-20,200

Annual fees Registration 500; Capital Levy 800


Tuition/fee currency USD
Graduates attending college 98% (75% US)
Graduates have attended Yale U, Harvard U,
Michigan State U, Stanford, Massachusetts Institute
of Technology, St. Andrews U, London School of
Economics, U of Toronto, U of Victoria

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, IB
Average class size Elementary 20; Secondary 18
Language(s) taught French, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Reading Resource,
Speech/Hearing
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Vocal
Music, Computer/Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Newspaper, Photography, Yearbook,
Community Service, Dance, Drama, Environmental
Conservation, Mother Tongue Maintenance
Sports Cross-Country, Soccer, Tennis, Track and Field,
Volleyball, Basketball, Cricket
Clubs Model UN, Honor Society, Global Issues
Network
Examinations SAT, SAT II, IB, PSAT, MAP, ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 6 Hectares, 10 Buildings, 55 Classrooms,
2 Computer Labs, 400+ Instructional Computers,
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FINLAND

FINLAND
Area: 338,145 sq km
Population: 5,262,930
Capital: Helsinki
Currency: Euro
Languages: Finnish, Swedish

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Helsinki

Finland

International School of Helsinki


Phone 358 9 686 6160
Fax 358 9 685 6699
Email mainoffice@ish.edu.hel.fi
Website www.ish.edu.hel.fi
Address Selkamerenkatu11, Helsinki, 00180, Finland

STAFF
Head of School Allen Hughes, Ed.D.
Business Manager Varpu Mantyl
Lower School Principal George Piacentini
Upper School Principal Robin Schneider
ICT Coordinators Kirsi Tapola & Darren Trofimczuk

Librarian Susie Salakari


Teaching staff Full time 50; Part time 5; Total 55
Nationalities of teaching staff US 15; UK 14; Finnish
12; Other(s) (American, British) 14

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1963
Governed by Parent Association-Board of Governors
Accredited by CIS, New England
Regional organizations CEESA, ECIS
Enrollment PreK 12; Elementary K-5 160; Middle
School 6-8 64; High School 9-12 86; Total 322

Tuition range 11,700-15,410


One time Fees Registration 3,000
Tuition/fee currency Euro
Graduates attending college 98% (10% US)
Graduates have attended Mt. Holyoke Col, Texas
A&M U, Manchester U, Edinburgh U, U of British
Columbia

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum IB, IBPYP, IBMYP
Average class size Elementary 18; Secondary 20
Language(s) taught French, Spanish, English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Reading Resource

Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,


Computer/Technology
Extra curricular programs Yearbook, Dance, Drama
Sports Soccer, Softball, Swimming, Tennis, Track and
Field, Volleyball, Baseball, Basketball
Examinations SAT, IB, PSAT, ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 1 Hectares, 1 Buildings, 25 Classrooms, 3
Computer Labs, 100 Instructional Computers, 18,000
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FRANCE

FRANCE
Area: 643,801 sq km
Population: 65,630,692
Capital: Paris
Currency: Euro
Languages: French

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Bordeaux

France

Bordeaux International School


Phone 33 557 870 211
Fax 33 556 790 047
Email bis@bordeaux-school.com
Website www.bordeaux-school.com
Address 252 Rue Judaique, Bordeaux, 33000, France

STAFF
Director Christine Cussac
Primary Head of School Isabelle Bidalun
Secondary Head of School A. J. Woodcock
Library Coordinator Alexandra Desmond

Teaching staff Full time 10; Part time 16; Total 26


Nationalities of teaching staff UK 8; French 13;
Other(s) (Australian, Spanish) 5

INFORMATION
Grade levels Nursery-13
School year September-June
School type boarding, coeducational
Year founded 1988
Governed by Cooperative
Accredited by CIS
Regional organizations ECIS
Enrollment Nursery 10; PreK 20; Elementary K-5 40;
Middle School 6-8 25; High School 9-12 20; Grade 13
4; Total 119

Tuition range 2,860-15,880


Annual fees Boarding 5-day 5,660; Boarding, 7-day
8,400
One time Fees Registration 500
Tuition/fee currency Euro
Graduates attending college 95%
Graduates have attended U of Bristol, U of Sussex, U
Col London, McGill U, U of Bordeaux

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum UK, IGCSE
Average class size Elementary 12-14; Secondary 12-14
Language(s) taught French, Spanish, English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Instrumental Music,
Vocal Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,


Newspaper, Photography, Community Service,
Dance, Drama
Sports Golf, Martial Arts, Rugby, Soccer, Squash,
Swimming, Tennis, Volleyball, Basketball, Football
Examinations A-level GCE, TOEFL, GCSE, IGCSE

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 1 Hectares, 3 Buildings, 20 Classrooms, 1
Computer Labs, 15 Instructional Computers, 1,000
Library Volumes

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Nice

France

International School of Nice


Phone 33 493 210 400
Fax 33 493 218 490
Email admissions@isn-nice.com
Website www.isn-nice.com
Address 15 Avenue Claude Debussy, Nice, 06200, France

STAFF
Director & IB Coordinator David Johnson
Business Manager Edwige Roussel
Lower School Coordinator Jackie Tindle
Middle School Coordinator Pauline Minnis
Secondary School Principal Le Gal Astrid

IT Coordinator Dominique Dubois


Librarian Victoria Tabuteau
Teaching staff Full time 40; Part time 11; Total 51
Nationalities of teaching staff US 6; UK 21; French
17; Other(s) 7

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year September-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1977
Governed by School Board
Accredited by CIS, Middle States
Regional organizations ECIS
Enrollment PreK 6; Elementary K-5 110; Middle
School 6-8 96; High School 9-12 126; Total 338
Tuition range 10,350-15,945

Annual fees Busing 2,500


One time Fees Registration 300; Capital Levy 2,700
Tuition/fee currency Euro
Graduates attending college 98%
Graduates have attended London School of
Economics, U of Cambridge, U of London, Tufts U,
Boston U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum IB, IBPYP, IGCSE
Average class size Elementary 22; Secondary 22
Language(s) taught French
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Math Resource, Reading
Resource, Speech/Hearing
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Vocal
Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama
Sports Gymnastics, Hockey, Rugby, Skiing (Snow),
Soccer, Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field,
Badminton, Basketball, Football
Examinations Act, SAT, AP, GCSE, IB, IGCSE, PSAT,
SSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 2 Hectares, 1 Buildings, 24 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 65 Instructional Computers, 5,000
Library Volumes

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Paris

France

American School of Paris


Phone 33 1 41 12 82 82
Fax 33 1 46 02 23 90
Email admissions@asparis.fr
Website www.asparis.org
Address 41, rue Pasteur, Saint Cloud, 92210, France

STAFF
Head of School Mark Ulfers
Director of Finance & Human Resources Joyce
Kearney
Administrative Director Michele Calon
Assistant Head & Upper School Director Aaron
Hubbard
Director of Admissions Brenda Heussaff
Director of Facilities Mike Breen
Interim Director of Advancement Lara Tilley
Lower School Director Margaret Coleman

Manager to the Head of School for Communications


Rene Blec
Middle School Director Kathryn Miner
IT Director Larry Love
Upper School Librarian Mario Chioini
Teaching staff Full time 81; Part time 35; Total 116
Nationalities of teaching staff US 65; UK 14; French
22; Other(s) (Canadian, Australian) 15

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-13
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1946
Governed by Board of Trustees
Accredited by CIS, Middle States
Regional organizations CEESA, ECIS, MAIS
Enrollment PreK 15; Elementary K-5 245; Middle
School 6-8 207; High School 9-12 388; Grade 13 1;
Total 856

Tuition range 17,550-27,500


Annual fees Busing 3,120
One time Fees Registration 1,000; Capital Levy 9,980
Tuition/fee currency Euro
Graduates attending college 100% (63% US)
Graduates have attended Stanford U, Northwestern
U, Georgetown U, Columbia U, Duke U.

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, IB, AP
Average class size Elementary 19; Secondary 18
Language(s) taught French, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Golf, Soccer, Softball,
Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball,
Baseball, Basketball, Football
Clubs Model UN, National Honor Society
Examinations Act, SAT, SAT II, TOEFL, AP, IB, PSAT,
MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 4 Hectares, 7 Buildings, 50 Classrooms, 3
Computer Labs, 359 Instructional Computers, 12,000
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France

International School of Paris


Phone 33 1 422 40954
Fax 33 1 452 71593
Email info@isparis.edu
Website www.isparis.edu
Address 6 rue Beethoven, Paris, 75016, France

STAFF
Head of School Audrey Peverelli
Finance Director Isabelle Giraud-Carrier
Primary School Principal Danielle Beaulieu
Secondary School Principal Barry Mansfield
IT Director Paul Hannan

Librarian Emma Dornan


Teaching staff Full time 72; Part time 18; Total 90
Nationalities of teaching staff US 14; UK 32; 15;
Other(s) (Canadian) 29

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year September-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1964
Governed by Trustees
Accredited by CIS, New England
Regional organizations ECIS
Enrollment Nursery 12; PreK 24; Elementary K-5 201;
Middle School 6-8 126; High School 9-12 289; Total
652

Tuition range 14,950-21,600


Annual fees Busing 3,600
One time Fees Capital Levy 6,000
Tuition/fee currency Euro
Graduates attending college 99%
Graduates have attended U of Cambridge, Columbia
U, Barnard Col, U of Oxford, Waseda U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum International
Average class size Elementary 16; Secondary 16
Language(s) taught French, German, Japanese,
Spanish, Hindi
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Psychologist
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Yearbook,
Community Service, Drama, Environmental
Conservation
Sports Soccer, Softball, Swimming, Tennis,
Volleyball, Baseball, Basketball
Clubs Ecology, Model UN, Chess
Examinations Act, SAT, IB, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 2 Hectares, 6 Buildings, 47 Classrooms, 3
Computer Labs, 15 Instructional Computers, 3,000
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Paris

France

Marymount International School, Paris


Phone +33 1 46 24 10 51
Fax +33 1 46 24 93 26
Email info@marymount.fr
Website www.marymount.fr
Address 72, boulevard de la Saussaye, Neuilly-sur-Seine, 92200, France

STAFF
Headmaster Dr. Ron Roukema
Director of Administration & Human Resources
Charlotte Gomart
IT Manager Farid Braka

Librarian Fiona Ellis


Teaching staff Full time 67; Part time 26; Total 93
Nationalities of teaching staff US 17; UK 16; French
33; Other(s) 27

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-8
School year September-June
School type coeducational, church-affiliated, day
Year founded 1923
Governed by Marymount School Association
Accredited by CIS, Middle States
Regional organizations ECIS, MAIS, ASCD

Enrollment Nursery 15; PreK 28; Elementary K-5 240;


Middle School 6-8 87; Total 370
Tuition range 13,850-28,300
Annual fees Busing 3,300; Lunch 1,360
One time Fees Registration 900; Capital Levy 9,000
Tuition/fee currency Euro

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US
Average class size Elementary 18; Secondary 15
Language(s) taught French, Latin, Mandarin,
Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Learning Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Physician,
Psychologist, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Golf, Gymnastics, Hockey, Rugby, Soccer,
Swimming, Track and Field, Volleyball, Basketball,
Football
Clubs Kumon Math, Art, Make A Difference, Tennis,
Technology Zone
Examinations IOWA, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 1 Hectares, 6 Buildings, 42 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 120 Instructional Computers, 12,000
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Pau

France

International School of Barn


Phone 33 6 12 56 68 67
Fax 33 5 59 80 17 09
Email contact@isbearn.com
Website www.isbearn.com
Address Rue des Fougeres, Morlaas (Pau), 64160, France

STAFF
Head of School & Business Manager Maria Elias
Head of Primary School Steve Hayman
Head of Secondary School Mike Kirby
IT Coordinator Sebastien Vieilhescazes

Teaching staff Full time 23; Part time 9; Total 32


Nationalities of teaching staff US 1; UK 24; French
4; Other(s) 3

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-13
School year September-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 2003
Governed by The Head of School
Accredited by CIS

Enrollment Nursery 28; PreK 15; Elementary K-5 90;


Middle School 6-8 40; High School 9-12 15; Grade 13
5; Total 193
Tuition range 4,330-7,950
Annual fees Registration 200; Insurance 14
One time Fees Capital Levy 340
Tuition/fee currency Euro
Graduates attending college 100% (100% US)

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum UK, IGCSE
Average class size Elementary 16; Secondary 14
Language(s) taught French, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, ESL, Librarian, Physician
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology
Extra curricular programs Computers, Yearbook,
Dance, Drama

Sports Cross-Country, Hockey, Martial Arts, Rugby,


Skiing (Snow), Soccer, Swimming, Tennis, Volleyball,
Baseball, Basketball, Cricket, Football
Clubs Chess, Judo, Golf, Computer, Art & Crafts,
Ballet, Football, Hockey, Fun Science, Scottish
Dance, Rugby
Examinations A-level GCE, SAT, IGCSE

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban

Campus 3 Buildings, 14 Classrooms, 1 Computer


Labs, 35 Instructional Computers, 1 Library Volumes

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St. Germain-en-Laye

France

Lyce International, American Section


Phone 33 1 34 51 74 85
Fax 33 1 30 87 00 49
Email lycee@americansection.org
Website www.americansection.org
Address BP 70107, rue du Fer Cheval, St. Germain-en-Laye, 78101, France

STAFF
Director Kelly Herrity
Business Manager Alain Ginsbach
Director of Admissions Mary Friel
Middle School Principal Adrienne Covington
Primary Principal Barbara Moross

Head Librarian Amy Crist


Teaching staff Full time 17; Part time 3; Total 20
Nationalities of teaching staff US 19; Other(s)
(Canadian) 1

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year September-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1952
Governed by ASALI Board
Regional organizations ECIS
Enrollment Nursery 16; PreK 16; Elementary K-5 250;
Middle School 6-8 180; High School 9-12 240; Total
702
Tuition range 3,410-8,900

One time Fees Registration 1,000


Tuition/fee currency Euro
Graduates attending college 100% (30% US)
Graduates have attended Harvard U, U of Virginia,
McGill U, U Col London, U of Warwick

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, National
Average class size Elementary 18; Secondary 20
Language(s) taught French, German, Italian, Latin,
Russian, Spanish, English
Language(s) of instruction French, English
Staff specialists Counselor, Librarian, Nurse,
Psychologist
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,


Literary Magazine, Photography, Yearbook,
Community Service, Drama
Sports Soccer, Swimming, Badminton, Basketball
Clubs Model UN, Green Team, Human Rights Watch,
Community Service
Examinations SAT, AP, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban

Campus 3 Hectares, 6 Buildings, 2 Computer Labs,


100,000 Library Volumes

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GABON

GABON
Area: 267,667 sq km
Population: 1,608,321
Capital: Libreville
Currency: CFA Franc
Languages: French, native languages

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Libreville

Gabon

American International School of Libreville


Phone 241 724 556
Fax 241 745 240
Email aislgabon@gmail.com
Website www.aislibreville.com
Address Ecole Americaine, Boulevard du Bord de la Mer, Libreville, BP4000, Gabon
Mailing Address 2270 Libreville Place, Department of State - Libreville, Washington D. C, District of
Columbia, 20521-2270, United States

STAFF
Director Dwayne Lehman
Business Manager Nissrine Moukarim
Curriculum Coordinator Gregory van Goidtsnoven
Computer Technician Eric Libya

Head of Library/Media Center Savitha Kumar


Teaching staff Full time 18; Total 18
Nationalities of teaching staff US 7; Gabonese 2;
Other(s) (Canadian, Ghanaian) 9

INFORMATION
Grade levels K-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1975
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by Middle States
Regional organizations AISA

Enrollment Elementary K-5 60; Middle School 6-8 15;


High School 9-12 12; Total 87
Tuition range 13,500-16,000
Annual fees Registration 500
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, A+, Six Traits, Writers Workshop,
Readers Workshop, Daily 5
Average class size Elementary 12
Language(s) taught French, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Math Resource, Reading
Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Vocal
Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Literary


Magazine, Newspaper, Photography, Yearbook,
Community Service, Drama, Environmental
Conservation
Sports Martial Arts, Soccer, Swimming, Tennis,
Track and Field, Volleyball, Badminton, Baseball,
Basketball
Examinations SAT, SAT II, TOEFL

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 1 Hectares, 1 Buildings, 9 Classrooms, 1
Computer Labs, 15 Instructional Computers, 6,000
Library Volumes

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GAMBIA

GAMBIA
Area: 11,295 sq km
Population: 1,840,454
Capital: Banjul
Currency: Dalasi
Languages: English, native languages

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Banjul

Gambia

Banjul American Embassy School


Phone 220 449 5920
Email baes@qanet.gm
Website www.baes.gm
Address Atlantic Road, Fajara, Gambia

STAFF
Director Raymond Lemoine
Accountant & Administrative Assistant Leah Moore
Teaching staff Full time 7; Part time 4; Total 11

Nationalities of teaching staff US 1; UK 2; Gambian


3; Other(s) (Canadian, French) 5

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-9
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1984
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by Middle States
Regional organizations AISA

Enrollment PreK 7; Elementary K-5 32; Middle School


6-8 12; Grade 9 3; Total 54
Tuition range 4,250-11,000
One time Fees Registration 200; Capital Levy 2,100
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US
Average class size Elementary 10
Language(s) taught French
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Yearbook,


Community Service, Dance, Drama
Sports Soccer, Swimming, Volleyball, Basketball
Examinations MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban

Campus 4 Buildings, 9 Classrooms, 1 Computer Labs,


12 Instructional Computers, 7,000 Library Volumes

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GEORGIA

GEORGIA
Area: 69,700 sq km
Population: 4,570,934
Capital: Tbilisi
Currency: Lari
Languages: Georgian, Russian

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Tbilisi

Georgia

QSI International School of Tbilisi


Phone 995 32 2 537 674
Fax 995 32 2 322 607
Email tbilisi@qsi.ge
Website www.qsi.org/grg_home/grg_home.htm
Address Village Zurgovani, Tbilisi, 0126, Georgia

STAFF
Director James Rehberg
Business Manager Inga Keshelava
Director of Instruction Jeffery McGuire
Information & Technology Support Manager George
Barabadze

Library Nina Danelia


Teaching staff Full time 26; Part time 6; Total 32
Nationalities of teaching staff US 15; Georgian 12;
Other(s) 5

INFORMATION
Grade levels Nursery-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1995
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by Middle States
Regional organizations CEESA, SRAA
Enrollment Nursery 15; PreK 18; Elementary K-5 65;
Middle School 6-8 37; High School 9-12 36; Total 171
Tuition range 5,500-19,000

Annual fees Capital Levy 3,200


One time Fees Registration 300
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100%
Graduates have attended Yale U, Dominican U,
Trinity U, U.S. Military Academy at West Point,
Columbia U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 14; Secondary 6
Language(s) taught French, German, Russian,
English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Librarian, Nurse, Physician
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Newspaper, Photography, Yearbook,
Community Service, Dance, Drama, Environmental
Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Gymnastics, Skiing (Snow),
Soccer, Track and Field, Volleyball, Baseball,
Basketball, Football
Examinations SAT, Stanford, AP, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 5 Hectares, 1 Buildings, 22 Classrooms, 1
Computer Labs, 56 Instructional Computers, 10,000
Library Volumes

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GERMANY

GERMANY
Area: 357,022 sq km
Population: 81,305,856
Capital: Berlin
Currency: Euro
Languages: German

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Berlin

Germany

BBIS Berlin Brandenburg International


School GmbH
Phone 49 33203 8036 0
Fax 49 33203 8036 121
Email office@bbis.de
Website www.bbis.de
Address Am Hochwald 30, Kleinmachnow, Brandenburg, 14532, Germany

STAFF
Director & CEO Peter Kotrc
Business Manager & CFO Burkhard Dolata
Elementary School Principal Camille Du Aime
Head of Student Support Services Christina Limbird,
Ph.D.
High School Principal Richard Bartlett
IB Diploma Coordinator Karin Schnoor

Middle School Principal Michaela Jung


Teaching staff Full time 96; Part time 19; Total 115
Nationalities of teaching staff US 38; UK 25;
German 15; Other(s) (Australian, Canadian) 37

INFORMATION
Grade levels K-12
School year August-June
School type boarding, coeducational, day, private
non-profit
Year founded 1990
Governed by Supervisory Board
Accredited by CIS, Middle States, World-Wide
Education Service
Regional organizations CEESA, ECIS

Enrollment Elementary K-5 275; Middle School 6-8


164; High School 9-12 250; Total 689
Tuition range 9,900-15,800
Annual fees Boarding 7-day 17,100; Busing 1,240
One time Fees Registration 3,000
Tuition/fee currency Euro
Graduates attending college 90%
Graduates have attended U of Pennsylvania,
Harvard U, Columbia U, Princeton U, London School
of Economics

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum International, IB, IBPYP, IBMYP
Average class size Elementary 16; Secondary 18
Language(s) taught French, German, Spanish,
English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Psychologist
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Vocational, Instrumental Music, Vocal Music,
Computer/Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program, Sailing,
Rowing, Karate, Horseback Riding

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Newspaper, Photography, Yearbook,
Community Service, Dance, Drama, Art Outings,
Still-Life Drawing, BBIS Band, Choir, Instrumental
Ensemble, Jazz Ensemble, Paper Creation Station,
Arts & Crafts, Recipe Fun
Sports Cross-Country, Golf, Gymnastics, Hockey,
Skiing (Snow), Soccer, Softball, Swimming, Tennis,
Track and Field, Volleyball, Badminton, Baseball,
Basketball, Cricket, Football
Clubs Drama, Sailing, Human Rights, Dancing, Junior
Math, Senior Math, Chess, German, Model UN
Examinations IB

CAMPUS FACILITIES

Location Suburban
Campus 6 Buildings

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Berlin

Germany

Berlin International School


Phone 49 30 82 00 77 90
Fax 49 30 82 00 77 99
Email office@berlin-international-school.de
Website www.berlin-international-school.de
Address Lentzeallee 8/14, Berlin, 14195, Germany

STAFF
Director Hubert Keulers
CEO Andreas Wegener
IB Coordinator Emma Moffatt
Principal of Primary School Helen Kelly
Principal of Secondary School Michael Cunningham
Principal, Early Childhood Center Kirsten Leang
ICT Coordinator Secondary School Garret Tynan

Librarian Cyril Compeyron


Teaching staff Full time 80; Part time 13; Total 93
Nationalities of teaching staff US 20; UK 15; German
15; Other(s) (Canadian, Australian) 43

INFORMATION
Grade levels 1-12
School year August-July
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1998
Governed by Private Kant-Schule e.V.
Accredited by CIS, New England
Regional organizations ECIS, AGIS
Enrollment Elementary K-5 360; Middle School 6-8
220; High School 9-12 240; Total 820
Tuition range 10,320-11,220

One time Fees Registration 800; Books 300


Tuition/fee currency Euro
Graduates attending college 100% (24% US)
Graduates have attended Humboldt U of Berlin,
Imperial Col London, McGill U, Georgetown U, Freie
U Berlin

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, National, IB, IBPYP, IGCSE
Average class size Elementary 21; Secondary 21
Language(s) taught French, German, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Math Resource, Nurse,
Psychologist, Reading Resource, Speech/Hearing
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Vocal
Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Newspaper, Photography, Yearbook,
Community Service, Dance, Drama
Sports Cross-Country, Golf, Gymnastics, Hockey,
Martial Arts, Skiing (Snow), Soccer, Swimming,
Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball, Badminton,
Baseball, Basketball, Football
Clubs Extensive After School Activities Program
Examinations SAT, SAT II, GCSE, IB, IGCSE, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 1 Hectares, 4 Buildings, 50 Classrooms, 1
Computer Labs, 180 Instructional Computers, 10,000
Library Volumes
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Berlin

Germany

John F. Kennedy School


Phone 49 30 90299 5758
Fax 49 30 90299 6868
Email highschool@jfksberlin.org
Website www.jfks.de
Address Teltower Damm 87-93, Berlin, 14167, Germany

STAFF
Managing Principal & German Elementary School
Principal Reinhard Roth
Business Manager Marina Hoffmann
American High School Principal Joseph Reale
German High School Principal Kathrin Rschel

Director of Technology Dallas Becker, Ph.D.


High School Librarian James Epps
Teaching staff Full time 145; Part time 12; Total 157
Nationalities of teaching staff US 76; UK 1; German
79; Other(s) (Canadian) 1

INFORMATION
Grade levels K-12
School year August-July
School type coeducational, day
Year founded 1960
Governed by State of Berlin
Accredited by New England

Enrollment Elementary K-5 691; Middle School 6-8


412; High School 9-12 537; Total 1,640
Graduates attending college 90%
Graduates have attended Stanford U, Harvard U,
Michigan State U, U of Cambridge, U of Oxford

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 24; Secondary 25
Language(s) taught French, Latin, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, Librarian,
Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Newspaper, Photography, Yearbook,
Community Service, Drama
Sports Soccer, Softball, Swimming, Track and Field,
Volleyball, Badminton, Baseball, Basketball
Examinations Act, SAT, SAT II, Stanford, AP, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 4 Hectares, 6 Buildings, 135 Classrooms, 3
Computer Labs, 120 Instructional Computers, 70,000
Library Volumes
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Bonn

Germany

Bonn International School


Phone 49 228 30854 0
Fax 49 228 30854 350
Email admin@bonn-is.de
Website www.bonn-is.de
Address Martin-Luther-King Strasse 14, Bonn, Nordrhein-Westfalen, 53175, Germany

STAFF
Director Dr. Chris Mller
Business Manager Sabine Schattenberg
Primary School Principal Shireen Appana
Secondary School Principal Peter Dawson
Educational IT Coordinator Ann Martin

Head Librarian Cindy Rogers


Teaching staff Full time 78; Part time 12; Total 90
Nationalities of teaching staff US 20; UK 23;
German 16; Other(s) (Canadian, Australian) 31

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1997
Governed by Board of Trustees
Accredited by CIS, New England
Regional organizations ECIS
Enrollment PreK 40; Elementary K-5 301; Middle
School 6-8 188; High School 9-12 211; Total 740
Tuition range 7,740-16,552

Annual fees Capital Levy 1,136


One time Fees Registration 4,000
Tuition/fee currency Euro
Graduates attending college 98% (10% US)
Graduates have attended U of Cambridge, St.
Andrews U, Harvard U, Wharton School of Business,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum IB, IBPYP, IBMYP
Average class size Elementary 18; Secondary 16
Language(s) taught French, German, Mandarin,
Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Psychologist
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Newspaper, Yearbook, Community
Service, Dance, Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Golf, Gymnastics, Soccer,
Softball, Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field,
Volleyball, Badminton, Basketball, Cricket
Clubs Dance, Rocket, Model UN, Global Issues
Network, Bike
Examinations Act, SAT, SAT II, IB, PSAT, ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 10 Hectares, 2 Buildings, 60 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 120 Instructional Computers, 18,000
Library Volumes

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Bremen

Germany

International School of Bremen


Phone 49 4 21 515 7790
Fax 49 4 21 515 77955
Email office@isbremen.de
Website www.isbremen.de
Address Badgasteiner Str. 11, Bremen, 28359, Germany

STAFF
Director Malcolm Davis
Business/Finance Manager Brigitte Siemoneit
Head of Elementary School Susanna Bergmann
Head of Secondary School & IB Coordinator Kim
Walton
IGCSE Coordinator Susan Turner
Head of Technology Frank Rutherford

Librarian Ruth Holsten


Teaching staff Full time 40; Part time 16; Total 56
Nationalities of teaching staff US 10; UK 10; German
11; Other(s) (Australian, Canadian) 25

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, company-sponsored,
day, private non-profit
Year founded 1998
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by Middle States
Regional organizations ECIS
Enrollment Nursery 15; PreK 24; Elementary K-5 184;
Middle School 6-8 101; High School 9-12 98; Total 422

Tuition range 8,900-14,100


One time Fees Registration 1,000; Capital Levy
5,000; Insurance 350
Tuition/fee currency Euro
Graduates attending college 92% (20% US)
Graduates have attended Jacobs U, London Metro
U, Wheaton Col, Florida Institute of Technology,
Manchester U, Belmont U, Christopher Newport U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum International, IB, IGCSE
Average class size Elementary 18; Secondary 20
Language(s) taught Dutch, French, German,
Mandarin, Russian, Spanish, English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, ESL, Librarian

Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,


Computer/Technology
Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,
Yearbook, Community Service, Drama
Sports Cross-Country, Soccer, Basketball
Clubs Key, Global Issues Network
Examinations Act, SAT, TOEFL, IB, IGCSE, PSAT, ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 1 Hectares, 1 Buildings, 42 Classrooms, 1
Computer Labs, 100 Instructional Computers, 12,000
Library Volumes

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Dresden

Germany

Dresden International School


Phone 0049 351 440070
Fax 0049 351 4400723
Email dis@dresden-is.de
Website www.dresden-is.de
Address Annenstr. 9, Dresden, 01067, Germany

STAFF
Director Dr. Chrissie Sorenson
Business Manager Andrea Harnisch
Admissions Officer Katrin Schreiber
HR/Facilities Manager Luise Heyne
Marketing Officer Konstanze Gensmann
Primary School Principal Joyce Larson
Secondary School Principal Steven Ellis

IT Director Jennifer Janesko


MYP/DP Library Media Specialist Vivienne Blake
Teaching staff Full time 64; Part time 13; Total 77
Nationalities of teaching staff US 19; UK 9; German
25; Other(s) (Canadian, Australian) 24

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1996
Governed by Board
Accredited by CIS, New England
Regional organizations ECIS, AGIS
Enrollment Nursery 6; PreK 55; Elementary K-5 225;
Middle School 6-8 117; High School 9-12 108; Total 511
Tuition range 6,150-10,815

One time Fees Registration 55; Capital Levy 3,600


Tuition/fee currency Euro
Graduates attending college 100% (30% US)
Graduates have attended U of Oxford, St Andrews
U, Kings Col, Columbia U, Boston U, Seton Hall U,
Sorbonne U, Yokohama National U, U of Vienna,
Technische U Dresden

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, IB, IBPYP, IBMYP
Average class size Elementary 18; Secondary 17
Language(s) taught French, German, Japanese,
Spanish, English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Newspaper, Photography, Yearbook,
Community Service, Dance, Drama, Environmental
Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Golf, Martial Arts, Skiing
(Snow), Soccer, Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field,
Volleyball, Badminton, Basketball
Clubs Model UN, Sports, Yearbook, Aerobics, Yoga,
Dutch, Student Ambassador Program, Russian,
Knitting, Photography, Mediacast, Baking, Cooking,
Dance, Climbing, Jogging, & More
Examinations Act, SAT, IB, PSAT, ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 4 Buildings, 50 Classrooms, 3 Computer
Labs, 170 Instructional Computers, 12,000 Library
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Duesseldorf

Germany

International School of Dsseldorf e.V.


Phone 49 211 94066
Fax 49 211 408 0774
Email info@isdedu.de
Website www.isdedu.de
Address Niederrheinstrasse 336, Duesseldorf, NRW, 40489, Germany

STAFF
Director Neil McWilliam
Finance Manager Dieter Kapteina
Admissions, Communication & Development
Director Beatrice Caston
Elementary School Principal Tony Batchelor
Senior School Principal Michael Coffey
Head of IT Pat DArcy

Head of Library Stuart Crouch


Teaching staff Full time 136; Part time 18; Total 154
Nationalities of teaching staff US 41; UK 43; German
25; Other(s) (Australian, Japanese) 45

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1968
Governed by Board of Trustees
Accredited by CIS, New England
Regional organizations ECIS, AIE, CIS, IB, ISTA,
AMIS

Enrollment PreK 25; Elementary K-5 372; Middle


School 6-8 254; High School 9-12 410; Total 1,061
One time Fees Registration 4,630
Tuition/fee currency Euro
Graduates attending college 98% (30% US)
Graduates have attended U of Oxford, U of
Cambridge, Cornell U, Massachusetts Institute of
Technology, Waseda U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum International, IB, IBPYP, IBMYP
Average class size Elementary 20; Secondary 16
Language(s) taught French, German, Japanese,
Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Math Resource, Nurse,
Physician, Psychologist, Speech/Hearing
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,


Literary Magazine, Yearbook, Community Service,
Dance, Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Golf, Gymnastics, Martial Arts, Rugby,
Skiing (Snow), Soccer, Softball, Swimming, Tennis,
Track and Field, Volleyball, Badminton, Baseball,
Basketball, Football
Examinations SAT, TOEFL, IB, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 35 Hectares, 7 Buildings, 84 Classrooms,
6 Computer Labs, 300 Instructional Computers,
65,000 Library Volumes

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Frankfurt

Germany

Frankfurt International School


Phone 49 6171 2024 0
Fax 49 6171 2024 384
Email employment@fis.edu
Website www.fis.edu
Address An der Waldlust 15, Oberursel, Hesse, 61440, Germany

STAFF
Head of School Dr. Paul Fochtman
Business Manager Detlev Siebrecht
Elementary School Principal Peter Baker
Primary School Principal John Weaver
Principal of FIS Wiesbaden Campus Andrea
Rosinger
Upper School Principal Rhiannon Wood

Director of Technology Gareth Brewster


Teaching staff Full time 170; Part time 30; Total 200
Nationalities of teaching staff US 65; UK 49;
German 32; Other(s) (British, Canadian) 54

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1961
Governed by Board of Trustees
Accredited by CIS, New England
Regional organizations ECIS
Enrollment PreK 44; Elementary K-5 802; Middle
School 6-8 390; High School 9-12 507; Total 1,743
Tuition range 16,075-19,075

Annual fees Registration 500; Capital Levy 11,000;


Busing 1,530; Lunch 800
Tuition/fee currency Euro
Graduates attending college 95% (25% US)
Graduates have attended U of the Arts London, U of
Oxford, Northeastern U, Boston U, Brigham Young U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum IB
Average class size Elementary 20; Secondary 20
Language(s) taught Dutch, French, German,
Japanese, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Golf, Rugby, Soccer, Softball,
Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball,
Baseball, Basketball
Clubs Booster
Examinations Act, SAT, SAT II, IB, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 16 Hectares, 5 Buildings, 112 Classrooms,
9 Computer Labs, 850 Instructional Computers,
80,000 Library Volumes

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Frankfurt

Germany

ISF Internationale Schule Frankfurt-RheinMain


Phone 49 69 954 319 710
Fax 49 69 954 319 799
Email isf@sabis.net
Website www.isf-net.de
Address Verwaltungs-GmbH, Strasse zur Internationalen Schule 33, Frankfurt am Main, 65931, Germany

STAFF
Director Angus Slesser
Business/Finance Manager Oliver Steer
Lower Primary School Coordinator Cristina Jarque
Lower Secondary School Coordinator Buddy Tobias
SABIS(R) Student Life Org Coordinator Kenneth
Waddell
Upper Primary School Coordinator Usha Srivastava

Upper Secondary School & IB Coordinator Vivian


Papafakli Strouza
Computer Center & Examinations Coordinator
Gilmour Lothian
Head of Library Marleen Somers
Teaching staff Full time 99; Part time 8; Total 107
Nationalities of teaching staff US 34; UK 16; German
20; Other(s) (Canadian, Australian) 37

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, proprietary
Year founded 1995
Governed by school board
Accredited by North Central
Regional organizations ECIS

Enrollment PreK 25; Elementary K-5 430; Middle


School 6-8 245; High School 9-12 325; Total 1,025
Tuition range 12,105-17,880
One time Fees Capital Levy 6,000
Tuition/fee currency Euro
Graduates attending college 100% (5% US)
Graduates have attended U of Cambridge, Yale U,
Imperial Col London, U Col London, Princeton U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum IB, AP
Average class size Elementary 25; Secondary 20
Language(s) taught French, German, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Gymnastics, Soccer, Swimming, Tennis, Track
and Field, Volleyball, Basketball
Examinations Act, A-level GCE, SAT, SAT II, TOEFL,
AP, GCSE, IB, IGCSE, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 1 Hectares, 3 Buildings, 60 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 68 Instructional Computers, 9,000
Library Volumes

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Hamburg

Germany

International School Hamburg


Phone 49 40 800050-0
Fax 49 40 881 1405
Email info@ishamburg.org
Website www.ishamburg.org
Address Hemmingstedter Weg 130, Hamburg, 22609, Germany

STAFF
Head of School Andreas Swoboda
Business Manager Ruediger Wrobel
Junior School Principal Dr. Suzan Weishof
Secondary School Principal Dr. Mark Frankel
IT Director Rachel van Maanen

Librarian Patricia Hayward


Teaching staff Full time 87; Part time 13; Total 100
Nationalities of teaching staff US 17; UK 34; German
19; Other(s) (Australian, New Zealander) 30

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1957
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by CIS, New England
Regional organizations ECIS, AGIS, NECIS
Enrollment Nursery 19; PreK 34; Elementary K-5 288;
Middle School 6-8 154; High School 9-12 207; Total
702

Tuition range 9,400-18,300


One time Fees Registration 100; Capital Levy 7,500
Tuition/fee currency Euro
Graduates attending college 90%
Graduates have attended New York U, McGill U,
Northeastern U, U of California- Los Angeles, U of
Toronto

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum International
Average class size Elementary 20; Secondary 18
Language(s) taught French, German, Spanish,
English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Newspaper,


Yearbook, Community Service, Dance, Drama,
Environmental Conservation
Sports Gymnastics, Hockey, Rugby, Skiing (Snow),
Soccer, Softball, Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field,
Volleyball, Basketball
Examinations Act, SAT, SAT II, IB, PSAT, ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 4 Hectares, 1 Buildings, 3 Computer Labs,
250 Instructional Computers, 30,000 Library
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Hannover

Germany

International School Hannover Region


Phone 49 511 270 416 50
Fax 49 511 270 416 51
Email adminoffice@is-hr.de
Website www.is-hr.de
Address Bruchmeisterallee 6, Hannover, Niedersachsen, 30169, Germany

STAFF
Director Patricia Baier
Business Manager Steffen Stegemann
Academic Counsellor Karla Schmidt
Head of Early Years Cathy de Castro
Head of Primary Tony Pearson
Head of Secondary Chris Collins
IB Coordinator Naomi Resmer

IT Administrator Stephan Ahrens


Librarian Stewart Shipman
Teaching staff Full time 60; Part time 17; Total 77
Nationalities of teaching staff US 19; UK 14; German
18; Other(s) (Australian, Canadian) 26

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1996
Governed by Board
Accredited by CIS, New England
Regional organizations ECIS, AGIS

Enrollment PreK 85; Elementary K-5 190; Middle


School 6-8 127; High School 9-12 153; Total 555
Tuition range 7,475-12,850
One time Fees Registration 3,500
Tuition/fee currency Euro
Graduates attending college 98%

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum IB, IBPYP, IBMYP
Average class size Elementary 18; Secondary 18
Language(s) taught French, German, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program

Extra curricular programs Computers, Newspaper,


Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama
Sports Cross-Country, Gymnastics, Hockey, Soccer,
Swimming, Track and Field, Volleyball, Badminton,
Baseball, Basketball, Fencing
Clubs Drama, Choir, Media, Yearbook, Global Issues
Network, Sports, Model UN
Examinations SAT, IB

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 4 Hectares, 5 Buildings, 40 Classrooms, 3
Computer Labs, 180 Instructional Computers, 14,000
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Leipzig

Germany

Leipzig International School


Phone 49 341 337 558 0
Fax 49 341 337 558 96
Email admin@intschool-leipzig.com
Website www.intschool-leipzig.com
Address Koenneritzstrasse 47, Leipzig, 04229, Germany

STAFF
Headmaster Roelof Scheepens
Commercial Director Kirk Peiffer
Early Childhood Director Robert Brancale
Hort Leader Janka Krasselt
Primary School Principal Sarah Brannon
Secondary School Principal Matthew Raggett
IT Manager Alexander Burkhardt

Deborah Curtis
Teaching staff Full time 79; Part time 30; Total 109
Nationalities of teaching staff US 13; UK 18; German
33; Other(s) (Canadian, Australian) 45

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-July
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1992
Governed by Management Association/Trgerverein
Accredited by CIS, New England
Regional organizations ECIS
Enrollment PreK 89; Elementary K-5 346; Middle
School 6-8 157; High School 9-12 108; Total 700
Tuition range 5,995-9,840

Annual fees Registration 350


Tuition/fee currency Euro
Graduates attending college 95% (5% US)
Graduates have attended St. Claires Col, U of
Oxford, U of St. Andrews, U Col London, HGB Leipzig
- Academy of Visual Arts

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum International, IB, IGCSE
Average class size Elementary 20; Secondary 20
Language(s) taught French, German, Spanish,
English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Yearbook,
Community Service, Dance, Drama, Environmental
Conservation
Sports Martial Arts, Soccer, Softball, Swimming,
Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball, Badminton,
Basketball
Examinations A-level GCE, IB, IGCSE

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 1 Hectares, 2 Buildings, 50 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 150 Instructional Computers, 11,000
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Munich

Germany

Bavarian International School e.V.


Phone 49 8133 917 111
Fax 49 8133 917 115
Email s.wenzel@bis-school.com
Website www.bis-school.com
Address Hauptstrasse 1, Schloss Haimhausen, Haimhausen, Bavaria, 85778, Germany

STAFF
Director Martin van Rijswijk
Business Director Marco Dahl
Assistant Primary School Principal Angela Hoelzl
IB Coordinator Adrian von Wrede Jervis
MYP Coordinator Brett Meuli
Primary School Principal Kathleen Slocombe
Secondary School Principal Julie Hessler

Head of IT Kevin Skidmore


Librarian John Schuster
Teaching staff Full time 110; Part time 7; Total 117
Nationalities of teaching staff US 14; UK 34; German
18; Other(s) (Canadian, Australian) 51

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1991
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by CIS, New England
Regional organizations ECIS
Enrollment PreK 36; Elementary K-5 444; Middle
School 6-8 212; High School 9-12 257; Total 949
Tuition range 11,200-15,150

Annual fees Registration 1,500


One time Fees Capital Levy 10,000
Tuition/fee currency Euro
Graduates attending college 96%
Graduates have attended U of Pennsylvania,
Emerson Col, U of Oxford, Northwestern U, Harvard U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum IB, IBPYP, IBMYP, IGCSE
Average class size Elementary 24; Secondary 24
Language(s) taught French, German, Japanese,
Mandarin, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Psychologist
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Vocational, Instrumental Music, Vocal Music,
Computer/Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Yearbook, Community Service, Drama
Sports Cross-Country, Golf, Hockey, Martial Arts,
Skiing (Snow), Soccer, Softball, Swimming, Tennis,
Track and Field, Volleyball, Badminton, Baseball,
Basketball, Cricket, Football
Clubs Drama, Model UN
Examinations SAT, GCSE, IB, IGCSE, PSAT, ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Rural
Campus 5 Hectares, 5 Buildings, 60 Classrooms,
3 Computer Labs, 400 Instructional Computers,
36,000 Library Volumes

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Munich

Germany

Munich International School


Phone 49 8151 366 0
Fax 49 8151 366 119
Email employment@mis-munich.de
Website www.mis-munich.de
Address Schloss Buchhof, Starnberg, D-82319, Germany

STAFF
Head of School Simon Taylor
Chief Operations Officer Leonne Francot
Junior School Principal Paula Baxter
Middle School Principal Eifion Phillips
Senior School Principal Martin Ward

Director of Technology David Pritchard


Teaching staff Full time 147; Part time 14; Total 161
Nationalities of teaching staff US 59; UK 38;
German 17; Other(s) (Australian, Canadian) 47

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1966
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by CIS, New England
Regional organizations ECIS

Enrollment PreK 20; Elementary K-5 497; Middle


School 6-8 287; High School 9-12 411; Total 1,215
Tuition range 12,400-15,700
Tuition/fee currency Euro
Graduates attending college 95%
Graduates have attended Cornell U, Columbia U,
Georgetown U, Yale U, U of Oxford

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum IB, IBPYP, IBMYP
Average class size Elementary 20; Secondary 23
Language(s) taught French, German, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Physician
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Vocal
Music, Computer/Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Yearbook,
Community Service, Dance, Drama, Environmental
Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Golf, Gymnastics, Martial Arts,
Rugby, Skiing (Snow), Soccer, Softball, Swimming,
Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball, Basketball,
Football
Examinations SAT, SAT II, TOEFL, IB, IGCSE, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Rural
Campus 10 Hectares, 5 Buildings, 76 Classrooms,
3 Computer Labs, 900 Instructional Computers,
33,000 Library Volumes

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Stuttgart

Germany

International School of Stuttgart


Phone 49 711 769 6000
Fax 49 711 769 60010
Email iss@issev.de
Website www.international-school-stuttgart.de
Address Sigmaringer Str. 257, Stuttgart, 70597, Germany

STAFF
Director Timothy Kelley
Business Manager Joachim Adam
Head of School, Sindelfingen Campus Sarah Kupke
High School Principal Mary Jane Martin
Lower School Principal Paul Morris
Middle School Principal Matthias Krusch
Director of IT Chanda Nsofu

Librarian Betty Turpin


Teaching staff Full time 106; Part time 39; Total 145
Nationalities of teaching staff US 40; UK 25;
German 46; Other(s) (Australian, Canadian) 34

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year August-July
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1985
Governed by Board of Trustees
Accredited by CIS, New England
Regional organizations ECIS, AGIS (Association of
German Int Schools
Enrollment Nursery 28; PreK 20; Elementary K-5
330; Middle School 6-8 194; High School 9-12 182;
Total 754

Tuition range 8,650-14,400


Annual fees Registration 380
One time Fees Capital Levy 5,400
Tuition/fee currency Euro
Graduates attending college 98% (18% US)
Graduates have attended Imperial Col London, U
of Oxford, U of St. Andrews, U of Toronto, Michigan
State U, U of British Columbia, Queen Mary U of
London, Bowdoin Col, U of Virginia

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum International, IB, IBPYP, IBMYP
Average class size Elementary 22; Secondary 22
Language(s) taught French, German, Spanish,
English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Psychologist
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Vocal
Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,


Newspaper, Photography, Yearbook, Community
Service, Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Golf, Gymnastics, Soccer, Swimming, Tennis,
Track and Field, Volleyball, Badminton, Basketball,
Football
Clubs Model UN, International Award, Global Issues
Network
Examinations Act, SAT, SAT II, IB, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban

Campus 3 Hectares, 4 Buildings, 55 Classrooms, 2


Computer Labs, 100 Instructional Computers

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GHANA

GHANA
Area: 238,533 sq km
Population: 25,241,998
Capital: Accra
Currency: Cedi
Languages: English, native languages

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Accra

Ghana

Lincoln Community School


Phone 233 302 774 018
Fax 233 302 780 985
Email headofschool@lincoln.edu.gh
Website www.lincoln.edu.gh
Address N 126/21 Dedeibaa Street, Abelemkpe, Accra, PMB CT 354 Cantonments, Ghana

STAFF
Head of School Dr. Dennis Larkin
Director of Business & Financial Services Emmanuel
Asiedu-Appiah
Director of Advancement Cynthia Davis-Hall
Director of Educational Programs Rebecca Caudill
Elementary School Principal Julie Olson
Secondary School Principal Geoff Smith

Head of IT /Systems Manager Moses Gaveh


Senior School Librarian Rhona Polonsky
Teaching staff Full time 78; Part time 2; Total 80
Nationalities of teaching staff US 29; UK 1;
Ghanaian 27; Other(s) (Australian, Canadian) 23

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1968
Governed by Ten Member Board of Directors
Accredited by CIS, Middle States
Regional organizations AISA, ECIS
Enrollment PreK 29; Elementary K-5 287; Middle
School 6-8 132; High School 9-12 186; Total 634
Tuition range 11-19

Annual fees Capital Levy 850


One time Fees Registration 650
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 97%
Graduates have attended Wesleyan U, U of
Michigan, U of Toronto, Boston U, U of Kent

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum International
Average class size Elementary 19; Secondary 18
Language(s) taught French, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Psychologist
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Photography, Yearbook, Community
Service, Dance, Drama
Sports Golf, Hockey, Soccer, Softball, Swimming,
Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball, Basketball,
Football
Clubs National Honor Society, Girl Scouts, Model UN,
Guitar, Language, Cooking, Outdoor
Examinations SAT, SAT II, IB

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 4 Hectares, 15 Buildings, 69 Classrooms, 3
Computer Labs, 160 Instructional Computers, 18,080
Library Volumes

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Sunyani

Ghana

International School of Ahafo


Phone 233 244311493
Email Peter.Single-Liertz@newmont.com
Address c/o Newmont Ghana Gold Limited, C8256/26 Lagos Avenue, Ahafo, Ghana

STAFF
Principal Peter W. Single-Liertz
Teaching staff Full time 14; Part time 1; Total 15

Nationalities of teaching staff US 2; Ghanaian 8;


Other(s) (New Zealander) 5

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-9
School year January-December
School type coeducational, company-sponsored
Year founded 2006
Governed by Company Board

Accredited by Middle States


Regional organizations AISA
Enrollment PreK 6; Elementary K-5 34; Middle
School 6-8 12; High School 9-12 1; Total 54

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US
Average class size Elementary 12
Language(s) taught French
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance
Sports Golf, Soccer, Swimming, Tennis, Track and
Field, Volleyball, Badminton, Baseball, Basketball
Examinations ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Rural

Campus 2 Buildings, 10 Classrooms, 1 Computer Lab,


15 Instructional Computers

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GREECE

GREECE
Area: 131,957 sq km
Population: 10,767,827
Capital: Athens
Currency: Euro
Languages: Greek

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Athens

Greece

American Community Schools of Athens


Phone 30 210 639 3200
Fax 30 210 639 0051
Email acs@acs.gr
Website www.acs.gr
Address 129 Aghias Paraskevis Street, Halandri, Athens, 15234, Greece

STAFF
President Dr. Stefanos Gialamas
Director of Finance Stefanos Kakaris
Academy Principal Antonia Hapsis-Ladas
Director of Athletics Affairs Annie Constantinides
Director of Human Resources Ino Korbaki
Director of Student Services Peggy Pelonis
Elementary School Principal Dina Pappas

Middle School Principal Mary Ann Augoustatos


Director of Technology John Papadakis
Head of Library Leigh Anderson
Teaching staff Full time 82; Part time 12; Total 94
Nationalities of teaching staff US 60; UK 3; Greek
18; Other(s) (Canadian, Greek) 13

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year September-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1945
Governed by Board of Trustees
Accredited by Middle States
Regional organizations CEESA, ECIS, NESA
Enrollment PreK 40; Elementary K-5 290; Middle
School 6-8 188; High School 9-12 344; Total 862
Tuition range 7,100-12,500

Annual fees Capital Levy 250; Busing 1,600; Lunch


900; Books 150
One time Fees Registration 850
Tuition/fee currency Euro
Graduates attending college 98% (18% US)
Graduates have attended U of California- Berkeley,
Boston U, Northwestern U, U of Bath, U of Warwick

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, IB, AP
Average class size Elementary 18; Secondary 20
Language(s) taught Arabic, French, German, Greek,
Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Psychologist, Reading
Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Vocal
Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Martial Arts, Skiing (Snow),
Soccer, Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field,
Volleyball, Basketball
Clubs Forensics, Model UN, Current Events/
Leadership, Math, Recycling, Environmental,
Science, French, German, Greek
Examinations Act, SAT, SAT II, TOEFL, AP, IB, PSAT,
MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 4 Hectares, 7 Buildings, 77 Classrooms, 5
Computer Labs, 375 Instructional Computers, 27,900
Library Volumes

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Athens

Greece

International School of Athens


Phone 30 210 623 3888
Fax 30 210 623 3160
Email info@isa.edu.gr
Website www.isa.edu.gr
Address Xenias and Artemidos Streets, P.O. Box 51051, Kefalari, Kifissia, 14510, Greece

STAFF
Director Constantinos Koenig-Dardoufas
Financial Manager Fanis Malakondas
Assistant Director Chris Tragas
Director, Center for Counseling & Career Services
Gina Thanopoulou, Ph.D.
High School Principal Arthur Kattavenos
Middle School Principal Christopher Pulford

Primary School Principal Chris Grant-Bear


IT Systems Administrator Ilias Batzias
Librarian Theodoros Oikonomopoulos
Teaching staff Full time 50; Part time 15; Total 65
Nationalities of teaching staff US 19; UK 4; Greek
25; Other(s) (Australian, Canadian) 17

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year September-June
School type coeducational, day, proprietary
Year founded 1972
Governed by Board of Governors
Accredited by Middle States
Enrollment Nursery 65; PreK 40; Elementary K-5 110;
Middle School 6-8 60; High School 9-12 125; Total
400
Tuition range 5,450-12,350

Annual fees Busing 1,600


One time Fees Registration 1,200
Tuition/fee currency EUR
Graduates attending college 95%
Graduates have attended Boston U, European
U, London Metropolitan U, Newcastle U, Ecole
Superieure de Commerce

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, IB
Average class size Elementary 15; Secondary 15
Language(s) taught Arabic, French, German, Greek,
Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Psychologist, Reading
Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Vocal
Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Excursions/


Expeditions, Yearbook, Community Service, Drama,
Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Rugby, Soccer, Swimming,
Track and Field, Volleyball, Basketball
Clubs Tennis, Dance, Arts & Crafts, Cinema, Band,
Guitar, Bowling, Chinese, Russian, Martial Arts,
Photography
Examinations IOWA, SAT, SAT II, IB, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 4 Buildings, 33 Classrooms, 2 Computer
Labs, 35 Instructional Computers, 12,000 Library
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Greece

The American College of Greece (Pierce


College)
Phone 30 210 600 9800
Fax 30 210 600 9811
Email vbiba@acg.edu
Website www.acg.edu
Address 6 Gravias Street, GR-153 42 Aghia Paraskevi, Athens, Greece

STAFF
President David Horner
Controller Gabriel Alexopoulos
Director of Gymnasium Kleomenis Petrochilos
Director of Lykeion Angeliki Kechayia

Principal & Chair of English Department Olga Elaine


Julius
Chief Technology Officer Kathleen Cross
Librarian Vicky Tseroni

INFORMATION
Grade levels 7-12
School year September-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1875
Governed by Board of Trustees

Regional organizations ECIS, NESA


Graduates attending college 93%
Graduates have attended Cornell U, Virginia Tech U,
Wellesley Col, Mt. Holyoke Col, Vassar Col

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US
Average class size Secondary 25
Language(s) taught French, German, Greek, English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Physician, Psychologist
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Vocational, Instrumental Music, Vocal Music,
Computer/Technology, Enviromental, Handball,
Fencing

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Gymnastics, Soccer, Softball, Swimming,
Badminton, Baseball, Basketball, Football,
Martialarts
Clubs Decoration, Debate, Astronomy, Orchestra,
Photography, Biology, Sports, English, Choir
Examinations SAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 65 Hectares, 1 Buildings, 57 Classrooms, 4
Computer Labs, 22 Instructional Computers, 30,000
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Thessaloniki

Greece

Pinewood-The American International


School of Thessaloniki, Greece
Phone 30 231 0 301 221
Fax 30 231 0 323 196
Email administration@pinewood.gr
Website www.pinewood.gr
Address 14km National Road Thessaloniki - Moudania, Thermi, Thessaloniki, Greece

STAFF
Director Robin Giampapa, Ph.D.
Accountant Smaro Kyrimi, Ed.D.
IB Coordinator Dimitrios Terzidis, Ed.D.
Technology Instructor Natalie Pinakidou

Assistant Librarian Marian Dundon


Teaching staff Full time 20; Part time 10; Total 30
Nationalities of teaching staff US 8; UK 3; Greek 14;
Other(s) (Australian, Canadian) 5

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year September-June
School type boarding, coeducational
Year founded 1950
Governed by School Board
Accredited by Middle States
Regional organizations ECIS, NESA
Enrollment PreK 40; Elementary K-5 58; Middle
School 6-8 34; High School 9-12 57; Total 189
Tuition range 6,300-10,600

Annual fees Boarding 7-day 11,000; Busing 1,050


One time Fees Registration 1,800
Tuition/fee currency Euro
Graduates attending college 90% (90% US)
Graduates have attended Georgia Institute of
Technology, Macalester Col, Cornell U, Ithaca Col,
Parsons the New School for Design

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, IB
Average class size Elementary 10; Secondary 13
Language(s) taught French, Greek, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, ESL, Librarian
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Photography, Yearbook, Community
Service, Dance, Drama, Chess, Guitar
Sports Gymnastics, Hockey, Soccer, Tennis,
Volleyball, Badminton, Basketball, Football
Clubs Forensics, Model UN
Examinations IOWA, SAT, IB, PSAT, ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 2 Hectares, 3 Buildings, 21 Classrooms, 1
Computer Labs, 35 Instructional Computers, 17,000
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GUAM

GUAM
Area: 544 sq km
Population: 185,674
Capital: Hagatna (Agana)
Currency: US Dollar
Languages: English, Chamorro, Pacific island languages

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Tumon

Guam

St. Johns School


Phone 671 646 8080
Fax 671 649 6791
Email pbennett@stjohnsguam.com
Website www.stjohnsguam.com
Address 911 North Marine Corps Drive, Tumon, 96913, Guam

STAFF
Dean of Students Imelda Santos
Business Manager Wilfredo Magdalera
College Counselor Robert Kelley
Head of School Glenn Chapin
Principal Patricia Bennett

Head of Technology Greg Folta


Librarian Maria Johnson
Teaching staff Full time 65; Total 65
Nationalities of teaching staff US 65

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type boarding, coeducational
Year founded 1962
Governed by Board of Trustees
Accredited by Western
Regional organizations EARCOS
Tuition range 9,000-13,100

Annual fees Boarding 7-day 15,000


One time Fees Registration 500; Capital Levy 500
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100%
Graduates have attended Massachusetts Institute
of Technology, Georgetown U, U of CaliforniaBerkeley, Princeton U, Harvard U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 15; Secondary 13
Language(s) taught Japanese, Mandarin, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Librarian
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,


Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Golf, Rugby, Soccer, Softball,
Tennis, Basketball
Clubs Art, Kids for Corals, Mock Trial, Student
Council, Boy & Girl Scouts, Model UN, National Honor
Society, Handbells, Glee, Pacific Preservation
Examinations SAT, Stanford, AP, IB, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 3 Hectares, 12 Buildings, 61 Classrooms, 3
Computer Labs, 200 Instructional Computers, 16,000
Library Volumes

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GUATEMALA

GUATEMALA
Area: 108,889 sq km
Population: 14,099,032
Capital: Guatemala City
Currency: Quetzal
Languages: Spanish, Amerindian languages

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Guatemala City

Guatemala

American School of Guatemala


Phone 502 2369-0791
Fax 502 2369-8335
Email cagadm@cag.edu.gt
Website www.cag.edu.gt
Address 11 Calle 15-79, Zona 15, Vista Hermosa III, Guatemala City, 01015, Guatemala

STAFF
General Director Robert Gronniger
Business Manager Cesar Garcia
Deputy Director Tracy Berry-Lazo
Early Childhood Principal Connie Turner
Elementary School Principal Brian Chalmers
Financial Manager Yokasta Lee
High School Principal Edward Langlais
K-12 Curriculum Coordinator Maria Hirst

Middle School Principal Edric Olsen


PR Coordinator Kimberly Pivaral
Sports Coordinator Henry Gonzalez
Technology Director Claudia Estrada
Library Coordinator Brandon ONeill
Teaching staff Full time 206; Part time 14; Total 220
Nationalities of teaching staff US 78; Guatemalan
135; Other(s) (Canadian) 7

INFORMATION
Grade levels K-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1945
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by New England
Regional organizations AASCA, AASSA, TriRegional, AAIE, AISH
Enrollment Elementary K-5 684; Middle School 6-8
342; High School 9-12 484; Total 1,510

Tuition range 4,700-5,300


Annual fees Registration 375; Insurance 45; Busing
435
One time Fees Capital Levy 2,750
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100%
Graduates have attended U of Virginia, Georgetown
U, New York U, Purdue U, Northwestern U, Babson
Col

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, National, AP
Average class size Elementary 22; Secondary 26
Language(s) taught Spanish, English
Language(s) of instruction English & Spanish
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Physician, Psychologist,
Reading Resource, Speech/Hearing
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Vocal
Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Newspaper,


Yearbook, Community Service, Drama,
Environmental Conservation, School Community
Performances, Painting
Sports Cross-Country, Soccer, Softball, Swimming,
Track and Field, Volleyball, Baseball, Basketball
Clubs Model UN, National Honor Society, Junior
National Honor Society, Destination Imagination,
Chorus, Orchestra, Student Council
Examinations Act, SAT, SAT II, Stanford, AP, PSAT,
Aprenda 3

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 22 Hectares, 22 Buildings, 87 Classrooms, 5
Computer Labs, 430 Instructional Computers, 29,000
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Guatemala City

Guatemala

Colegio Interamericano
Phone 502 2385 7088
Fax 502 2364 1805
Email direccion.administrativa@interamericano.edu.gt
Website www.interamericano.edu.gt
Address Blvd. La Montana, Finca El Socorro, Zona 16, Guatemala City, 01016, Guatemala

STAFF
General Director Robert Michael Farr
Elementary Principal Mayra de Cifuentes
High School Principal Jim Burwell
Middle School Principal Jaime Tres

Technology Coordinator William Gatica


Library & Media Center Coordinator Odette de
Rodriguez

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1975
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by Southern
Regional organizations AASCA

Tuition/fee currency Guatemalan Quetzal


Graduates attending college 100%
Graduates have attended Purdue U, U of British
Columbia, New York U, Texas A&M U, Northeastern U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 22; Secondary 24
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, Librarian,
Nurse, Physician, Psychologist
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology, Choir

Extra curricular programs Computers, Newspaper,


Yearbook, Community Service, Drama
Sports Rugby, Soccer, Volleyball, Basketball
Clubs Model UN, Destination Imagination
Examinations SAT, AP, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 4 Hectares, 7 Buildings, 62 Classrooms, 4
Computer Labs, 142 Instructional Computers, 24,697
Library Volumes
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Guatemala City

Guatemala

Colegio Maya/The American International


School of Guatemala
Phone 502 6644 1200
Fax 502 2365 0116
Email info@cm.edu.gt
Website www.cm.edu.gt
Address Km. 12.5, Carretera a El Salvador, Guatemala City, 01073, Guatemala

STAFF
Director Ambler Moss
Business Manager Aida Tsuji
College Counselor Margareth Kakayan
Curriculum Facilitator Jeff Fifiel
Elementary Principal Stacy Sherman
School Counselor Aida Zea
Secondary Principal Maribel Maldonado

Head of Technology Edwin Obando


Head of Library Fiona Marr
Teaching staff Full time 54; Part time 1; Total 55
Nationalities of teaching staff US 41; Guatemalan
12; Other(s) (Canadian) 2

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1958
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by Southern
Regional organizations AASCA
Enrollment PreK 13; Elementary K-5 139; Middle
School 6-8 70; High School 9-12 94; Total 316
Tuition range 1,500-7,000

Annual fees Busing 1,281


One time Fees Registration 7,000
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 97%
Graduates have attended U of California- Berkeley,
Purdue U, U of West Florida, Savannah Col, Boston
Col

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 15; Secondary 16
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Vocal
Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,


Community Service, Drama
Sports Soccer, Volleyball, Basketball
Clubs National Honor Society, National Junior Honor
Society
Examinations SAT, AP, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 12 Hectares, 9 Buildings, 42 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 150 Instructional Computers, 22,000
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GUINEA

GUINEA
Area: 245,857 sq km
Population: 10,884,958
Capital: Conakry
Currency: Guinean Franc
Languages: French

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Conakry

Guinea

American International School of Conakry


Phone 224 62 661535
Email iscdirector@biasy.net
Website www.iscguinea.org
Address BP 603 Corniche Sud, Matam, Lido, Conakry, Guinea

STAFF
Director Raymond Lemoine
Business Manager Djeinabou Sow
IT Coordinator Issa Fofana
Teaching staff Full time 10; Total 10

Nationalities of teaching staff US 2; 1; Other(s)


(Indian, Nigerian) 7

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1966
Governed by School Board
Accredited by Middle States
Regional organizations AISA, ECIS
Enrollment Nursery 4; PreK 5; Elementary K-5 18;
Middle School 6-8 10; High School 9-12 12; Total 49
Tuition range 3,000-17,000

Annual fees Registration 500; Books 100


One time Fees Capital Levy 2,000
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100%
Graduates have attended McMaster U, Marshall U,
Georgia State U, Oklahoma State U, Korean National
U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 8; Secondary 6
Language(s) taught French
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, ESL, Librarian
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Yearbook,


Community Service, Dance
Sports Soccer, Swimming, Volleyball, Baseball
Examinations SAT, AP, Stanford

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 1 Hectares, 2 Buildings, 10 Classrooms, 1
Computer Labs, 25 Instructional Computers, 6,000
Library Volumes
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HAITI

HAITI
Area: 27,750 sq km
Population: 9,801,664
Capital: Port-au-Prince
Currency: Gourde
Languages: French, Creole

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Port-au-Prince

Haiti

Union School
Phone 509 2943 4923
Fax 954 206 0023
Email reception@unionschool.edu.ht
Website www.unionschool.edu.ht
Address PO Box 1175, Petionville, Haiti

STAFF
Director Marie France Jean-Baptiste
Business manager Exson Belizaire
Elementary Principal Jessye M. Bazile
Guidance Counselor Beatrice Francis
Resource Center Director Nadia Durban
Secondary Principal Marlene Ford Nicolas
Technology Director Fareed Teja

Head Librarian Janice Hall


Teaching staff Full time 37; Part time 3; Total 40
Nationalities of teaching staff US 16; Haitian 17;
Other(s) (Canadian) 7

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1919
Governed by Board of Trustees
Accredited by Southern
Regional organizations ACCAS, AASSA

Enrollment PreK 8; Elementary K-5 100; Middle


School 6-8 90; High School 9-12 95; Total 293
Tuition range 2,750-9,000
Annual fees Registration 300
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 99%
Graduates have attended U of Miami, New York U,
U.S. Military Academy, American U, McGill U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 17; Secondary 17
Language(s) taught French, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse

Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,


Instrumental Music, Computer/Technology
Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,
Yearbook, Community Service, Dance
Sports Soccer, Volleyball, Basketball
Clubs CAISSA Chess
Examinations IOWA, SAT, AP, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 2 Hectares, 2 Buildings, 38 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 40 Instructional Computers, 12,000
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HONDURAS

HONDURAS
Area: 112,090 sq km
Population: 8,296,693
Capital: Tegucigalpa
Currency: Lempira
Languages: Spanish, Amerindian dialects

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La Ceiba

Honduras

Mazapan School
Phone 504 2443 2716
Fax 504 2443 3559
Email mazapan.school@dole.com
Website www.mazapanschool.org
Address Zona Mazapan, Dole-Standard Fruit de Honduras, La Ceiba, Atlantida, 31101, Honduras
Mailing Address Mia 951 PO Box 025365, Miami, Florida, 33102, United States

STAFF
Superintendent Martha Counsil
Business Manager Julia Medina Lopez
Guidane Counselor & Registrar Enma Nufio
Honduran Director Mirta Martinez
Principal Donna Dixon

Technology Coordinator Tyler Heuvel


Library Coordinator Patricia Laffite
Teaching staff Full time 26; Part time 3; Total 29
Nationalities of teaching staff US 16; Honduran 12;
Other(s) (Canadian) 1

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, company-sponsored
Year founded 1928
Governed by Dole Fresh Fruit International
Managers
Accredited by Southern
Regional organizations AASCA

Enrollment PreK 25; Elementary K-5 150; Middle


School 6-8 75; High School 9-12 100; Total 350
Tuition range 340-376
Annual fees Registration 376
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100%
Graduates have attended Rice U, Bentley Col, Loyola
U, Savannah Col of Art & Design, Michigan State U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US
Average class size Elementary 25; Secondary 25
Language(s) taught French, Spanish, English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, Librarian
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Vocal
Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,


Newspaper, Photography, Yearbook, Community
Service, Dance, Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Soccer, Softball, Tennis, Volleyball, Baseball,
Basketball
Clubs National Honor Society, Pop Band, Jazz Band,
Big Brothers & Sisters, Character Counts, Student
Council
Examinations Act, SAT, TOEFL, PSAT, Stanford

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 3 Hectares, 11 Buildings, 18 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 32 Instructional Computers, 13,000
Library Volumes
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San Pedro Sula

Honduras

Escuela Bilingue Santa Barbara


Phone 504 2659 3052
Fax 504 2659 3059
Email mochitoschool@breakwater.hn
Address Apdo. 342-El Mochito, San Pedro Sula, Honduras

STAFF
Principal John Leddy
Teaching staff Full time 7; Part time 1; Total 8

Nationalities of teaching staff US 5; Honduran 3

INFORMATION
Grade levels K-9
School year August-June
School type coeducational, company-sponsored
Year founded 1988

Governed by Company

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US
Average class size Elementary 10; Secondary 10
Language(s) taught Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English

Examinations IOWA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Rural

Campus 2 Buildings, 5 Classrooms, 1 Computer Labs,


10 Instructional Computers, 2,000 Library Volumes

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San Pedro Sula

Honduras

Escuela Internacional Sampedrana


Phone 504 566 2722
Fax 504 566 1458
Email rvair@seishn.com
Website www.seishn.org
Address Colonia Gracias a Dios, 500 Metros arriba del Blvd. hacia el Hospital Mario Rivas, San Pedro Sula,
Honduras

STAFF
Superintendent Ronald Vair
Director of Finance Omar Cardona
Elementary School Principal Gina Rietti de Larach
High School Principal Austin Briggs
Middle School Principal Martha Zeron
Preschool Principal Lilliam Nasser
Principal of La Lima School Karla Gergen

Manager of Technology Edwin Cabrera


Library Director Elsa Barrios
Teaching staff Full time 248; Part time 47; Total 295
Nationalities of teaching staff US 42; Honduran 233;
Other(s) (Canadian, Mexican) 20

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year August-May
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1953
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by Southern
Regional organizations AASCA, AASSA
Enrollment Nursery 70; PreK 90; Elementary K-5
605; Middle School 6-8 324; High School 9-12 488;
Total 1,577

Tuition range 64,710-79,990


One time Fees Registration 95,200
Tuition/fee currency Honduran Lempira
Graduates attending college 100%
Graduates have attended Emory U, Baylor U, Mount
Holyoke Col, Babson Col, George Washington U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 20; Secondary 25
Language(s) taught Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Psychologist, Reading
Resource

Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,


Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Vocal
Music, Computer/Technology
Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/
Expeditions, Community Service, Drama
Sports Soccer, Volleyball, Basketball
Examinations Act, IOWA, SAT, TOEFL, AP, PSAT,
MAP, SATII, PLAN

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 30 Hectares, 12 Buildings, 101 Classrooms, 5
Computer Labs, 280 Instructional Computers, 28,679
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Tegucigalpa

Honduras

DelCampo International School


Phone 504 2234 0775
Email info@delcamposchool.org
Website www.delcamposchool.org
Address PO Box 2100, Tegucigalpa, Francisco Morazan, 2100, Honduras

STAFF
Superintendent Robert Rinaldo
Business/Finance Manager Jose Antonio Montoya
Head of Technology Mauricio Carias
Head of Library/Media Center Claudia Rodriguez

Teaching staff Full time 120; Total 120


Nationalities of teaching staff US 7; UK 1; Honduran
111; Other(s) (Italian) 1

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, proprietary
Year founded 1986
Governed by Board of Directors
Regional organizations Overseas Association for
College Admission Counseling (OACAC), Association
of Bilingual Schools of Honduras (ABSH)
Enrollment Nursery 55; PreK 63; Elementary K-5
488; Middle School 6-8 244; High School 9-12 303;
Total 1,153

Tuition range 3,320-5,115


Annual fees Insurance 25; Busing 750
One time Fees Registration 200
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100% (23% US)
Graduates have attended Mercyhurst Col, U of
Central Arkansas, Louisiana State U, Bucknell Col,
Bates Col

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US
Language(s) taught Spanish
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Math Resource, Nurse,
Psychologist, Speech/Hearing
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Yearbook, Community


Service, Dance, Drama
Sports Soccer, Track and Field, Volleyball, Basketball
Clubs STUCO, Junior State of America, Model UN,
School Band, Operation Smile, Helping Hands
Examinations SAT, TOEFL, AP, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 8.5 Hectares, 5 Buildings, 70 Classrooms, 3
Computer Labs, 100 Instructional Computers, 11,000
Library Volumes
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Tegucigalpa

Honduras

Discovery School
Phone 504 239-4454
Fax 504 269-4451
Email dsdirector@mundo123.hn
Website www.discoveryschool.edu.hn
Address Zona el Molinon, Anillo Periferico, Tegucigalpa, Honduras

STAFF
Director Debra Giles
Administrative Manager Reina Salgado
Elementary Coordinator Cristiana Banegas
Secondary Assistant Principal Gloria Palacios
Technology Coordinator Carlos Ferrera

Librarian Carlos Echevarria


Teaching staff Full time 34; Part time 2; Total 36
Nationalities of teaching staff US 14; Honduran 20;
Other(s) (Australian, Peruvian) 2

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1994
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by Southern
Regional organizations AASSA
Enrollment PreK 29; Elementary K-5 116; Middle
School 6-8 61; High School 9-12 57; Total 263
Tuition range 3,000-7,120

Annual fees Busing 900


One time Fees Capital Levy 3,000
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100%
Graduates have attended Mercyhurst Col, U of Bath,
U of Texas, U Nacional Autonoma, U of Oklahoma

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 13; Secondary 14
Language(s) taught Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, Librarian
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,


Literary Magazine, Yearbook, Community Service,
Dance, Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Soccer, Swimming, Baseball, Basketball
Examinations Act, IOWA, SAT, TOEFL, AP, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 3 Hectares, 9 Buildings, 32 Classrooms, 1
Computer Labs, 35 Instructional Computers, 7,500
Library Volumes
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Tegucigalpa

Honduras

The American School of Tegucigalpa


Phone 504 239 3333
Fax 504 239 6162
Email info@amschool.org
Website www.amschool.org
Address Avenida Republica Dominicana, Colonia Lomas del Guijarro, Tegucigalpa, 11101, Honduras
Mailing Address IMC TGU 227, PO Box 025320, Doral, FL, 33102, United States

STAFF
Superintendent Liliana Jenkins
Business Manager Hector Paz
Elementary School Principal Lourdes Vides
High School Principal Maria Motz
Middle School Principal Ricardo Belgrave
Preschool Principal Claudia Pereira

Coordinator of Instructional Technology Support


Jose Manuel Mendoza
Librarian Tali Tome
Teaching staff Full time 92; Total 92
Nationalities of teaching staff US 23; Honduran 62;
Other(s) 7

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1946
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by Southern
Regional organizations AASCA, AASSA
Enrollment Nursery 76; PreK 79; Elementary K-5 462;
Middle School 6-8 242; High School 9-12 285; Total
1,144

Tuition range 2,800-7,700


Annual fees Busing 500
One time Fees Capital Levy 6,000
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 99% (90% US)
Graduates have attended Boston Col, Loyola U, U of
Pennsylvania, U of Notre Dame, Georgetown U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, IB
Average class size Elementary 25; Secondary 20
Language(s) taught French, Spanish, English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Math Resource, Nurse,
Psychologist, Reading Resource, Speech/Hearing
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Newspaper, Yearbook,


Community Service, Dance, Drama, Environmental
Conservation
Sports Soccer, Volleyball, Basketball
Clubs Student Government, National Honor Society,
Operation Smile, Hacia Democracy, Ecology, Junior
State of America, Model UN
Examinations Act, IOWA, SAT, TOEFL, IB, PSAT,
SATII

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 5 Hectares, 7 Buildings, 45 Classrooms, 4
Computer Labs, 218 Instructional Computers, 30,000
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HUNGARY
Area: 93,028 sq km
Population: 9,958,453
Capital: Budapest
Currency: Forint
Languages: Hungarian

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Hungary

American International School of Budapest


Phone 36 26 556 000
Fax 36 26 556 003
Email gpitz@aisb.hu
Website www.aisb.hu
Address Kakukk utca 1-3, Budapest, Budapest, 1121, Hungary
Mailing Address P.O. Box 53, Budapest, 1525, Hungary

STAFF
Director Raymond Holliday-Bersegeay
Business Manager Zoltan Karaszy
Deputy Director Jan Wood
ES Librarian Sarah Ducharme
Elementary Principal Krista Zavits
High School Principal Derek Luebbe
Middle School Principal Paul Ducharme

Technology Coordinator Chris Zavits


MS/HS Librarian Coralie Clark
Teaching staff Full time 112; Part time 9; Total 121
Nationalities of teaching staff US 60; UK 14;
Hungarian 6; Other(s) (Canadian) 41

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1973
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by CIS, Middle States
Regional organizations CEESA, ECIS
Enrollment Nursery 11; PreK 31; Elementary K-5 308;
Middle School 6-8 215; High School 9-12 261; Total
826

Tuition range 9,100-20,500


Annual fees Capital Levy 2,750
One time Fees Registration 700
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100%
Graduates have attended US Military Academy at
West Point, London School of Economics, Boston U,
U of Edinburgh, George Washington U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, International, IB
Average class size Elementary 15; Secondary 14
Language(s) taught French, German, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology, Drama, Dance

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Golf, Gymnastics, Hockey,
Martial Arts, Soccer, Softball, Swimming, Tennis,
Track and Field, Volleyball, Badminton, Baseball,
Basketball, Football
Clubs National Honor Society, Community Service,
MathCounts, Sports
Examinations SAT, TOEFL, IB, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 13 Hectares, 1 Buildings, 109 Classrooms,
6 Computer Labs, 420 Instructional Computers,
48,000 Library Volumes

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Budapest

Hungary

Britannica International School


Phone 36 1 466 9794
Fax 36 1 466 9794
Email contact@britannicaschool.hu
Website www.britannicaschool.hu
Address Kakukk Utca 1-3, Budapest, Budapest, 1121, Hungary

STAFF
Headmaster Ken Baines
Deputy Head Zita Hetzer

Head of Pastoral Care Melanie Sefton

INFORMATION
Grade levels 5-13
School year September-June
School type coeducational, day
Year founded 1993
Tuition range 2,380,000-3,235,000
One time Fees Registration 70,000
Tuition/fee currency Hungarian Forint

Graduates attending college 100%


Graduates have attended Imperial Col London, U of
Edinburgh, Queen Mary, U of London, U of Southern
California, U of Sussex

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum UK
Average class size Elementary 12; Secondary 15
Language(s) taught French, German, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, ESL, Librarian, Nurse
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,


Newspaper, Photography, Dance, Drama
Sports Gymnastics, Hockey, Soccer, Swimming,
Tennis, Badminton, Baseball, Basketball, Football
Clubs Art, Photography, Guitar, French, Computer
Examinations GCSE, IGCSE, A-levelGCE

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban

Campus 1 Buildings, 12 Classrooms, 1 Computer Labs,


28 Instructional Computers

Data from 2011/12 school year.

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Papa

Hungary

QSI International School of Papa


Phone 386-1-200-7881
Email scott-roley@qsi.org
Website www.qsi.org/ppa_home/ppa_home.htm
Address 14 Balla Robert Teri, Ppa, 8500, Hungary

STAFF
Director Scott Roley
Teaching staff Full time 8; Part time 6; Total 14

Nationalities of teaching staff US 4; 2; Other(s) 8

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, private non-profit
Year founded 2012
Governed by Quality Schools International
Enrollment PreK 6; Elementary K-5 27; Middle School
6-8 9; High School 9-12 3; Total 45

Tuition range 7,800-19,000


Annual fees Capital Levy 1,600; Lunch 1,000 - 2,000
One time Fees Registration 300
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US
Average class size Elementary 5; Secondary 4
Language(s) taught Dutch, Norwegian
Language(s) of instruction English

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Photography, Yearbook, Community
Service
Sports Soccer, Tennis, Track and Field, Basketball

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Rural
Campus 2.5 Hectares, 1 Buildings, 30 Classrooms, 1
Computer Labs, 15 Instructional Computers, 10,000
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ICELAND
Area: 103,000 sq km
Population: 313,183
Capital: Reykjavik
Currency: Icelandic Krona
Languages: Icelandic, English

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Gardabaer

Iceland

International School of Iceland


Phone 354 5903106
Fax 354 5903110
Email isi@internationalschool.is
Website www.internationalschool.is
Address v/Sjalandsskoli, Langalina 8, Gardabaer, Gardabaer, 220, Iceland

STAFF
Teaching Principal Berta Faber
Managing Director Hanna Hilmarsdottir
Head of Library & Media Center Pamala Hansford
Teaching staff Full time 4; Part time 3; Total 7

Nationalities of teaching staff US 1; UK 2; Icelander


2; Other(s) 2

INFORMATION
Grade levels K-7
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 2004

Governed by School Board


Enrollment Elementary K-5 30; Middle School 6-8 7;
Total 37
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US
Average class size Elementary 10
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists ESL, Librarian, Nurse

Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education


Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions
Clubs German, English, Math
Examinations ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 1 Hectares, 1 Buildings, 2 Classrooms, 1
Computer Labs, 30 Instructional Computers, 3,000
Library Volumes
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INDIA

INDIA
Area: 3,287,263 sq km
Population: 1,205,073,612
Capital: New Delhi
Currency: Indian Rupee
Languages: Hindi, Bengali, English, native languages

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Bangalore

India

Canadian International School


Phone 91 80 4249 4444
Fax 91 80 2856 4950
Email info@cisb.org.in
Website www.canadianinternationalschool.com
Address 4 and 20 Manchenahalli, Yelahanka, Bangalore, 560 064, India

STAFF
Head of School Shane Kells
Business Manager Malathy Sastri
Dean of Studies Melanie Kells
Director of Admissions & Development Penny
Abraham, Ph.D.
Executive Director & Owner Shweta Sastri
Guidance Counselor Geetha Swamy

IB Coordinator Regis Caudrillier


IT Manager Prakash S.
Head Librarian Elizabeth Mathew
Teaching staff Full time 65; Part time 1; Total 66
Nationalities of teaching staff US 8; UK 2; Indian
40; Other(s) (Canadian, French) 16

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type boarding, coeducational, day,
proprietary
Year founded 1997
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by CIS, New England

Enrollment PreK 15; Elementary K-5 170; Middle


School 6-8 80; High School 9-12 170; Total 435
Tuition/fee currency Indian Rupee
Graduates attending college 100% (80% US)
Graduates have attended U California- Berkeley,
U of Nottingham, McGill U, U of Michigan, U of
Massachusetts Amherst, Boston U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum UK, International, IB, IGCSE
Average class size Elementary 25; Secondary 25
Language(s) taught French, German, Mandarin,
Spanish, English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Math Resource, Nurse,
Psychologist, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Golf, Gymnastics, Hockey,
Rugby, Soccer, Softball, Swimming, Tennis, Track and
Field, Volleyball, Badminton, Baseball, Basketball,
Cricket, Football
Clubs Model UN, Horseback Riding, Math, Cookery,
Fitness, Chess, Various Arts
Examinations SAT, TOEFL, IB, IGCSE, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 7 Hectares, 6 Buildings, 44 Classrooms, 4
Computer Labs, 159 Instructional Computers, 14,572
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Chennai

India

American International School - Chennai


Phone 91 44 2254 9000
Fax 91 44 2254 9001
Email directorpersonnel@aisch.org
Website www.aisch.org
Address 100 Feet Road, Taramani, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, 600 113, India

STAFF
Head of School Andrew Hoover
Finance Manager Seethalakshmi
Curriculum Coordinator Kim Bane
Elementary School Principal Kevin Hall
High School Guidance Counselor Kendra Callaway
High School Principal John McCandless
Middle School Principal Michele Dirksen

School Psychologist Dhanya Bhat


Director of Information Technology Kevin Crouch
Head Librarian K.P. Indrasimhan
Teaching staff Full time 136; Part time 4; Total 140
Nationalities of teaching staff US 67; UK 3; Indian
62; Other(s) (Canadian, French) 8

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1995
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by CIS, Middle States
Regional organizations AISA, ECIS, NESA
Enrollment PreK 71; Elementary K-5 442; Middle
School 6-8 194; High School 9-12 202; Total 909
Tuition range 18,300-21,300

One time Fees Registration 3,000; Capital Levy


5,000
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 99%
Graduates have attended McGill U, Pennsylvania
State U, Cornell U, Brown U, U of Cambridge

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US
Average class size Elementary 18; Secondary 18
Language(s) taught French, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Psychologist, Speech/
Hearing
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Newspaper, Photography, Yearbook,
Community Service, Dance, Drama
Sports Martial Arts, Rugby, Soccer, Swimming,
Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball, Badminton,
Basketball
Clubs Habitat for Humanity, Model UN, Student
Council, Chess, SAT Math
Examinations IOWA, SAT, TOEFL, AP, IB, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 6 Buildings, 107 Classrooms, 3 Computer
Labs, 640 Instructional Computers, 52,000 Library
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Dehra Dun

India

Woodstock School
Phone 91 135 661-5000
Fax 91 135 263-2885
Email mail@woodstock.ac.in
Website www.woodstockschool.in
Address Landour, Mussoorie, Uttarakhand, 248179, India

STAFF
Principal Dr. Jonathan Long
Head of Junior School Sanjaya Mark
Head of Senior School David Anderson
Head of ICT Jeff Rollins

Head Librarian Sarah Colwell


Teaching staff Full time 67; Part time 2; Total 69
Nationalities of teaching staff US 28; UK 6; Indian
24; Other(s) (Australian, Canadian) 11

INFORMATION
Grade levels K-12
School year August-June
School type boarding, coeducational, private nonprofit
Year founded 1854
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by Middle States
Regional organizations ECIS, NESA
Enrollment Elementary K-5 73; Middle School 6-8
135; High School 9-12 305; Total 513

Tuition range 800,000-960,000


One time Fees Registration 5,000
Tuition/fee currency Indian Rupee
Graduates attending college 95% (59% US)
Graduates have attended McGill U, U of Toronto, U
of British Columbia, Georgia Institute of Technology,
Smith Col

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, International, AP, IGCSE
Average class size Elementary 15; Secondary 20
Language(s) taught French
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Gymnastics, Hockey, Martial
Arts, Soccer, Squash, Swimming, Tennis, Track and
Field, Volleyball, Badminton, Basketball, Cricket,
Football
Clubs Crafts, Chess, Cooking, Rock Music
Examinations Act, SAT, AP, GCSE, IGCSE, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Rural
Campus 120 Hectares, 15 Buildings, 40 Classrooms, 5
Computer Labs, 188 Instructional Computers, 40,500
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Hyderabad

India

International School of Hyderabad


Phone 91 40 3071 3869
Fax 91 40 3071 3870
Email ish@ishyd.org
Website www.ishyd.org
Address c/o ICRISAT, Patancheru, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, 502324, India

STAFF
Head of School Helge Gallinger
Accountant Hanumanth Rao
Elementary School Vice-Principal Sunita Verghese
Secondary School Vice-Principal Lily Nair

Librarian & Software Administrator Patrick


Dempsey
Teaching staff Full time 42; Part time 1; Total 43
Nationalities of teaching staff US 6; UK 1; Indian 25;
Other(s) (Canadian, Australian) 11

INFORMATION
Grade levels Nursery-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1982
Governed by Advisory Board
Accredited by CIS, New England
Regional organizations ECIS, NESA, TAISI
Enrollment Nursery 6; PreK 26; Elementary K-5 127;
Middle School 6-8 44; High School 9-12 47; Total 250
Tuition range 235,000-580,000

One time Fees Registration 10,000; Capital Levy


195,000
Tuition/fee currency Indian Rupee
Graduates attending college 100% (100% US)
Graduates have attended Colombia U, Col of William
& Mary, Ohio State U, New York U, U of Southern
California, Manchester U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum International, IB, IGCSE
Average class size Elementary 15; Secondary 14
Language(s) taught French, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Learning Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Physician,
Psychologist, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Golf, Gymnastics, Hockey,
Martial Arts, Soccer, Swimming, Tennis, Volleyball,
Badminton, Baseball, Basketball, Cricket, Football
Examinations IB, IGCSE, PSAT, ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 15 Hectares, 5 Buildings, 29 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 52 Instructional Computers, 25,000
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Kodaikanal

India

Kodaikanal International School


Phone 91 4542 247 500
Fax 91 4542 241 109
Email contact@kis.in
Website www.kis.in
Address Seven Roads Junction, PO Box 25, Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu, 624 101, India

STAFF
Principal Adrian Moody
Finance Director Samraj Ganga Christus, Ph.D.
Dean of Religious Life Raja Kristnamoorthy
Dean of Residential Life John Bussenschutt
High School Coordinator Barbara Block
IB Diploma Coordinator Santhosh Punoose
K-8 Coordinator Robin Bussenchutt

MYP Coordinator Graham Lambert


PYP Coordinator Jessica Johnson
Information Systems Manager Rudy Wuthrich
Head Librarian Katrina Dickkers
Teaching staff Full time 134; Part time 4; Total 138
Nationalities of teaching staff US 14; UK 2; Indian
88; Other(s) (Australian, Canadian) 34

INFORMATION
Grade levels Nursery-12
School year July-May
School type boarding, coeducational, churchaffiliated, private non-profit
Year founded 1901
Governed by Association & Council of Directors
Accredited by Middle States
Regional organizations NESA

Enrollment Nursery 5; PreK 4; Elementary K-5 63;


Middle School 6-8 103; High School 9-12 388; Total
563
Tuition range 14,070-15,410
Annual fees Boarding 7-day 15,410
One time Fees Registration 200; Capital Levy 2,000
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100% (60% US)
Graduates have attended U of Pennsylvania, New
York U, Boston U, McGill U, U of Warwick

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, International, IB, IBPYP, IBMYP
Average class size Elementary 16; Secondary 20
Language(s) taught French, German, Mandarin,
Spanish, English, Dzongkha, Hindi, Korean
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Math Resource, Nurse,
Physician, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Newspaper, Photography, Yearbook,
Community Service, Dance, Drama, Environmental
Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Golf, Gymnastics, Hockey,
Soccer, Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball,
Badminton, Baseball, Basketball, Cricket, Football
Clubs Video Production, Ultimate Frisbee, Canoe,
Chess, Robotics, Rowing
Examinations Act, IOWA, SAT, SAT II, TOEFL, IB,
PSAT, ISA, SSAT, RSM

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Rural
Campus 66 Hectares, 116 Buildings, 109 Classrooms,
7 Computer Labs, 325 Instructional Computers,
45,000 Library Volumes

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Mumbai

India

American School of Bombay


Phone 91 22 6772 7272
Fax 91 22 2652 1234
Email asb@asbindia.org
Website www.asbindia.org
Address SF 2, G Block, Bandra Kurla Complex Road, Mumbai, Maharashtra, 400 098, India

STAFF
Superintendent/CEO Craig Johnson
Director Operations Gerry Coutinho
Assistant Superintendent for Teaching & Learning
Madeleine Heide
Director- Institutional Advancement Joseph Cubas
Elementary School Principal Joe Atherton
High School Principal Jane McGee

Middle School Principal Fiona Reynolds


Director of Research & Development Shabbi Luthra,
Ed.D.
Head Librarian Tim Staal
Teaching staff Full time 99; Part time 2; Total 101
Nationalities of teaching staff US 58; UK 4; Indian
19; Other(s) (Canadian) 20

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1981
Governed by Board of Trustees
Accredited by Middle States
Regional organizations AISA, ECIS, NESA, SGIS
Enrollment Nursery 32; PreK 36; Elementary K-5
300; Middle School 6-8 145; High School 9-12 175;
Total 688

Tuition range 15,250-32,400


One time Fees Registration 1,000; Capital Levy
25,000
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 99%
Graduates have attended Brown U, Cornell U, U of
Pennsylvania, Sciences Po, Imperial Col London

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, IB, IBPYP
Average class size Elementary 18; Secondary 18
Language(s) taught French, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Math Resource, Nurse,
Physician, Psychologist, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Yearbook,
Community Service, Dance, Drama, Environmental
Conservation
Sports Gymnastics, Martial Arts, Soccer, Swimming,
Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball, Badminton,
Basketball, Cricket
Examinations SAT, SAT II, IB, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban

Campus 1 Hectares, 2 Buildings, 156 Classrooms, 750


Instructional Computers, 25,000 Library Volumes

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New Delhi

India

American Embassy School


Phone 91 11 2688 8854
Fax 91 11 2687 3320
Email aesindia@aes.ac.in
Website aes.ac.in
Address Chandragupta Marg, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi, 110021, India

STAFF
Director Dr. Robert Hetzel
Director - Finance and Operations Charles R. Moore,
Ph.D.
Admissions Director Scott White
Curriculum Coordinator Stacy Stephens
Elementary School Principal Susan Young
High School Principal John Shea

Middle School Principal Barbara Sirotin, Ed.D.


Director of Technology David Beaty
Middle School & High School Librarian Melinda
Kehe
Teaching staff Full time 178; Part time 11; Total 189
Nationalities of teaching staff US 154; UK 8; Indian
19; Other(s) (Canadian) 8

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-May
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1952
Governed by Board of Governors
Accredited by Middle States
Regional organizations NESA, MESAC
Enrollment PreK 60; Elementary K-5 647; Middle
School 6-8 342; High School 9-12 407; Total 1,456
Tuition range 9,680-21,470

Annual fees Busing 1,070 - 1,700; Lunch 535


One time Fees Registration 10,100
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 84% (55% US)
Graduates have attended Northeastern U, U of
Pennsylvania, New York U, Tufts U, Brandeis U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, IB, AP
Average class size Elementary 18; Secondary 19
Language(s) taught French, Mandarin, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Math Resource, Nurse,
Physician, Psychologist, Reading Resource, Speech/
Hearing
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program, Wrestling

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Soccer, Softball, Swimming,
Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball, Badminton,
Baseball, Basketball, Cricket
Clubs Chess, Fitness, Gamers, Rock Climbing,
Amnesty International, Reach Out, Book,
Investment, National Honor Society, Boy Scouts, Art
Examinations Act, IOWA, SAT, SAT II, AP, IB, PSAT,
ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 13.8 Hectares, 14 Buildings, 148 Classrooms,
6 Computer Labs, 780 Instructional Computers,
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INDONESIA

INDONESIA
Area: 1,904,569 sq km
Population: 248,216,193
Capital: Jakarta
Currency: Indonesian Rupiah
Languages: Bahasa Indonesia, English, Dutch, native languages

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Balikpapan

Indonesia

Pasir Ridge International School


Phone 62 542 756 3474
Fax 62 542 767 126
Email office@prisborneo.org
Address Chevron Indonesia Company, Pasir Ridge, PO Box 276, Balikpapan, 76102, Indonesia

STAFF
Director Seamus Marriott
Library/Media & Technology Integration Linc
Jackson
Teaching staff Full time 15; Total 15

Nationalities of teaching staff US 9; 1; Other(s)


(Canadian, New Zealander) 5

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-8
School year August-June
School type coeducational, company-sponsored
Year founded 1975
Governed by Chevron Indonesia Company
Accredited by Western
Regional organizations EARCOS

Enrollment PreK 13; Elementary K-5 55; Middle


School 6-8 18; Total 86
Tuition range 6,500-23,000
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US
Average class size Elementary 10; Secondary 8
Language(s) taught French, Spanish, Other
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, ESL, Librarian, Reading
Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Vocal Music, Computer/Technology, 1:1 Laptop
Program

Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,


Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama
Sports Golf, Soccer, Softball, Squash, Swimming,
Tennis, Baseball, Basketball, Football
Clubs Climbing, Karate
Examinations MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 3 Hectares, 5 Buildings, 12 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 60 Instructional Computers, 17,000
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Bandung

Indonesia

Bandung Alliance International School


Phone 62 22 8681 3949
Fax 62 22 8681 3953
Email info@baisedu.org
Website www.baisedu.org
Address Jl Bujanggammanik Kav 2, Kota Baru Parahyangan, Bandung, Jawa Barat, 40553, Indonesia

STAFF
Director Peter Simano
Business Manager Mark Boccaccio
Elementary Principal Charity LaMertha
Secondary Principal Dan Cooley
IT Director Amudhan Ramappa

Librarian John Ratukado


Teaching staff Full time 31; Part time 5; Total 36
Nationalities of teaching staff US 30; Indonesian 5;
Other(s) (Indian, Indian) 1

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1956
Governed by NICS School Board
Accredited by Western
Regional organizations EARCOS
Enrollment PreK 18; Elementary K-5 61; Middle
School 6-8 46; High School 9-12 66; Total 191
Tuition range 3,360-9,556

Annual fees Capital Levy 1,400


One time Fees Registration 200
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 95% (70% US)
Graduates have attended U of California- Davis, U
of California- Los Angeles, U of Southern California,
Wheaton Col, Mt. Holyoke Col

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 12; Secondary 15
Language(s) taught Mandarin, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Librarian, Physician, Speech/Hearing
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Vocal
Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,


Yearbook, Community Service, Dance, Drama
Sports Cross-Country, Hockey, Soccer, Swimming,
Volleyball, Basketball
Clubs Student Council
Examinations Act, SAT, Stanford, TOEFL, AP, PSAT,
MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 4 Hectares, 1 Buildings, 27 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 50 Instructional Computers, 17,000
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Bandung

Indonesia

Bandung International School


Phone 62 22 201 4995
Fax 62 22 201 2688
Email bisadmin@bisedu.or.id
Website www.bisdragons.com
Address Jl. Prof. Drg. Surya Sumantri No. 61, Bandung, West Java, 40164, Indonesia

STAFF
Head of School & Secondary Principal Henri
Bemelmans
Business Manager Suwardi Admorejo
College Guidance Counselor Jan Russell
Deputy Head of School, Elementary Principal & PYP
Coordinator Mary Collins
IB Diploma Coordinator Kavita Mathai

Vice-Secondary School Principal Steve Church


LT Coordinator Jason Graham
Librarian Any Fauzianie
Teaching staff Full time 29; Part time 1; Total 30
Nationalities of teaching staff US 3; UK 3;
Indonesian 4; Other(s) (Australian, Canadian) 20

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1972
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by CIS, New England
Regional organizations EARCOS
Enrollment Nursery 11; PreK 7; Elementary K-5 88;
Middle School 6-8 56; High School 9-12 78; Total 240
Tuition range 4,870-16,210

Annual fees Capital Levy 1,500


One time Fees Registration 500 (400 credited back
upon commencement)
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100% (40% US)
Graduates have attended U of California- Berkeley,
Emory U, Santa Clara U, Princeton U, Melbourne U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, International, IB, IBPYP, AP
Average class size Elementary 15; Secondary 18
Language(s) taught French, Mandarin
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Librarian, Math Resource, Nurse
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Vocal
Music, Computer/Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Gymnastics, Hockey, Martial
Arts, Rugby, Soccer, Softball, Swimming, Volleyball,
Badminton, Basketball, Football
Clubs Environmental
Examinations Act, SAT, SAT II, TOEFL, AP, IB, PSAT,
MAP, ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 2 Hectares, 8 Buildings, 25 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 70 Instructional Computers, 15,000
Library Volumes

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Bogor

Indonesia

The International School of Bogor


Phone 62 251 8324 360
Fax 62 251 8328 512
Email isb@isbogor.org
Website www.isbogor.org
Address Jl Papandayan 7, PO Box 258, Bogor, 16151, Indonesia

STAFF
Principal James Anderson
Office Manager Yulianti Agustina
Early Childhood Coordinator Edna Olaso
Science Coordinator Jonathan Maragliotti
Sports Coordinator Scott Andrew Masson

IT Coordinator Ade Hidayatullah


Library Instructor & Technician Lastari Sumitro
Teaching staff Full time 9; Part time 3; Total 12
Nationalities of teaching staff US 1; UK 1;
Indonesian 6; Other(s) (Australian, New Zealander) 4

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-8
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1974
Governed by Board
Regional organizations EARCOS

Enrollment Nursery 23; PreK 10; Elementary K-5 42;


Middle School 6-8 15; Total 90
Tuition range 2,700-11,500
Annual fees Capital Levy 900; Books 150
One time Fees Registration 500
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum International, IBPYP
Average class size Elementary 16
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, ESL, Librarian
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology
Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/
Expeditions, Newspaper, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation

Sports Gymnastics, Martial Arts, Rugby, Soccer,


Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field, Badminton,
Basketball, Cricket
Clubs Multi-Species, Magician, Environmental
Awareness, Homework, Cooking, Robotics, Science
Examinations ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 1 Hectares, 3 Buildings, 8 Classrooms, 1
Computer Labs, 30 Instructional Computers, 10,000
Library Volumes

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Denpasar

Indonesia

Bali International School


Phone 62 361 288 770
Fax 62 361 285 103
Email admin@baliis.net
Website www.baliinternationalschool.com
Address Jl. Danau Buyan IV #15, Sanur, Denpasar, 80228, Indonesia

STAFF
Head of School & Primary Principal Darren Arbour
Business Manager Anna Waruwu
Diploma Coordinator Franko Cifizzari
MYP Coordinator Tamar Bottema
PYP Coordinator Sofia Lyons

Librarian Agung Adi Lestari


Teaching staff Full time 33; Total 33
Nationalities of teaching staff US 5; UK 4;
Indonesian 5; Other(s) (Australian, Canadian) 19

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1986
Governed by BIS Board of Governors
Accredited by CIS, Western
Regional organizations EARCOS
Enrollment PreK 27; Elementary K-5 118; Middle
School 6-8 70; High School 9-12 104; Total 319
Tuition range 5,250-15,880

Annual fees Capital Levy 1,200-1,600


One time Fees Registration 1,000
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 95% (50% US)
Graduates have attended U of British Colombia, U of
Melbourne, Brown U, Columbia U, U of Warwick

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum International, IB, IBPYP, IBMYP
Average class size Elementary 20; Secondary 22
Language(s) taught French, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Math Resource, Nurse,
Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Vocational, Instrumental Music,
Vocal Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Yearbook, Community Service, Dance, Drama,
Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Golf, Gymnastics, Martial Arts,
Rugby, Soccer, Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field,
Volleyball, Badminton, Basketball, Cricket, Football,
Wall Climbing
Clubs Robotics, Habitat for Humanity, Math, Roots
N Shoots, Spanish, Multicultural Art, Journalism
Examinations SAT, SAT II, AP, IB, PSAT, ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 5 Hectares, 11 Buildings, 20 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 150 Instructional Computers, 40,000
Library Volumes

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Jakarta

Indonesia

Jakarta International School


Phone 62 21 769 2555
Fax 62 21 765 7852
Email sdruggan@jisedu.or.id
Website www.jisedu.or.id
Address Jalan Terogong Raya 33, Cilandak, Jakarta, Jakarta, 12430, Indonesia
Mailing Address Jakarta International School, PO Box 1078 JKS, Jakarta, 12010, Indonesia

STAFF
Head of School Timothy Carr
Head of Business Development Vivien Brelsford
Deputy Head of Learning Stephen Druggan
High School Principal Stephen J. Clark
Middle School Principal Christophe D. Henry
Pattimura Elementary Principal Paul M. Buckley

Pondok Indah Elementary Principal Elsa H.


Donohue
Head of Technology Christina Devitt
High School Library Media Matthew Schafer
Teaching staff Full time 246; Part time 16; Total 262
Nationalities of teaching staff US 123; UK 22;
Indonesian 14; Other(s) (Australian, Canadian) 103

INFORMATION
Grade levels Nursery-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1951
Governed by Board of Patrons
Accredited by CIS, Western
Regional organizations EARCOS, NESA
Enrollment Nursery 36; PreK 78; Elementary K-5 882;
Middle School 6-8 615; High School 9-12 886; Total
2,497

Tuition range 14,250-22,600


Annual fees Capital Levy 4,000; Busing 3,300
One time Fees Registration 250
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 98% (98% US)
Graduates have attended U of California- Berkeley,
Yale U, U of Cambridge, Seoul National U, U of
Melbourne

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum International, IB, AP
Average class size Elementary 18; Secondary 19
Language(s) taught Dutch, French, German,
Japanese, Mandarin, Spanish, English, Indonesian
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Psychologist, Reading
Resource, Speech/Hearing
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Vocational, Instrumental Music, Vocal Music,
Computer/Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Photography,
Yearbook, Community Service, Dance, Drama,
Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Golf, Rugby, Soccer, Softball,
Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball,
Badminton, Basketball
Clubs French, World Cinema, Emmanuels, Books
on Wheels, Magic, Ski & Snowboard Camp, Rock
Climbing, Travel
Examinations Act, SAT, TOEFL, AP, IB, PSAT, MAP,
ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 21 Hectares, 46 Buildings, 206 Classrooms,
7 Computer Labs, 1,000+ Instructional Computers,
100,000 Library Volumes

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Jakarta

Indonesia

North Jakarta International School


Phone 62 21 458-50060
Email garylafoy@hotmail.com
Website www.njis.org
Address Jl. Boulevard Bukit Gading Raya, Kelapa Gading, Jakarta Utara, 14240, Indonesia

STAFF
Head of School Gary Lafoy
Chief Finance Manager Ron Spinner
Deputy Head of School Anna Rangkuti
Teaching staff Full time 15; Total 15

Nationalities of teaching staff US 10; UK 1;


Indonesian 1; Other(s) (Korea, Republic of,
Taiwanese) 3

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1990
Governed by Yayasan Board NJIS
Accredited by Western
Regional organizations EARCOS

Enrollment PreK 9; Elementary K-5 70; Middle


School 6-8 23; High School 9-12 16; Total 118
Tuition range 14,000-15,000
Annual fees Capital Levy 3,000; Busing 2,500 3,500
One time Fees Registration 200
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, International, AP
Average class size Elementary 10; Secondary 14
Language(s) taught French, Mandarin
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Newspaper, Photography, Yearbook,
Community Service, Dance, Drama, Environmental
Conservation
Sports Golf, Martial Arts, Soccer, Squash, Swimming,
Tennis, Volleyball, Badminton, Basketball
Clubs Chess, Drama, French, Wushu, Debate,
Thespian
Examinations Stanford, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 2 Hectres Hectares, 1 Buildings, 30
Classrooms, 1 Computer Labs, 40 Instructional
Computers, 16,000 Library Volumes

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Jakarta

Indonesia

Sinarmas World Academy


Phone 622153161400
Fax 622153161401
Email karen_oconnell@swa-jkt.com
Website www.swa-jkt.com
Address Jl. TM Pahalawan Seribu, CBD Lot XV, Jakarta, Tangerang, 15322, Indonesia

STAFF
CEO/Director John McBryde
Business Manager Elizabeth Lukito
Deputy CEO/Director Karen OConnell
Early Years/Elementary Principal Bruce Ashton
Middle/High School Principal Paul Sebastian

Director of Technology Sheldon Bradshaw


Librarian Amanda Clark
Teaching staff Full time 104; Part time 9; Total 113
Nationalities of teaching staff US 12; UK 14;
Indonesian 27; Other(s) (Australian, Canadian) 60

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, private non-profit
Year founded 21/02/2008
Governed by Yayasan Tjiptamas Eka Bangsa
Accredited by CIS, New England
Regional organizations EARCOS

Enrollment Nursery 23; PreK 28; Elementary K-5 195;


Middle School 6-8 147; High School 9-12 111; Total 504
Tuition range 5,450-17,550
Annual fees Capital Levy 2,848; Busing 844
One time Fees Registration 106
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum IB, IBPYP, IBMYP
Average class size Elementary 18; Secondary 17
Language(s) taught English, Chinese
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Reading Resource,
Speech/Hearing
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Golf, Hockey, Martial Arts,
Rugby, Soccer, Swimming, Track and Field, Volleyball,
Badminton, Basketball
Clubs Chinese Culture, Tech X, Model UN, GINDO,
Scholars Cup, MathCounts, Sports
Examinations SAT, IB, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 6 Hectares, 8 Buildings, 110 Classrooms, 1
Computer Labs, 400 Instructional Computers, 17,000
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Jakarta

Indonesia

The British International School


Phone 62 21 745 1670
Fax 62 21 745 1671
Email Enquiries@bis.or.id
Website www.bis.or.id
Address Bintaro Jaya Sektor 9, Jl Raya Jombang-Cileduk, Pondok Aren, Jakarta, 15227, Indonesia

STAFF
Principal Dr. Christian Barkei
Admissions Director Lee Bretherick
Head of Primary School Shane Nathan
Head of Secondary School Rachael Hodgson

Head of Art & Technology Katie Deacon


Teaching staff Full time 97; Part time 6; Total 103
Nationalities of teaching staff UK 89; Indonesian 3;
Other(s) (Australian) 11

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-13
School year August-July
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1973
Governed by Board of Governors
Accredited by CIS
Regional organizations ECIS
Enrollment Nursery 108; PreK 175; Elementary K-5
432; Middle School 6-8 289; High School 9-12 242;
Grade 13 64; Total 1,310

Tuition range 8,400-21,900


Annual fees Capital Levy 3,000
One time Fees Registration 150
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100%
Graduates have attended U of Oxford, London
School of Economics, Boston U, Cornell U, U of
Sydney

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum UK
Average class size Elementary 18; Secondary 25
Language(s) taught French, German, Japanese,
Mandarin, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, ESL, Librarian

Extra curricular programs Computers, Photography,


Community Service, Dance, Drama
Sports Gymnastics, Soccer, Swimming, Tennis,
Volleyball, Badminton, Basketball, Football
Examinations A-level GCE, GCSE, IB, IGCSE

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban

Campus 18 Hectares, 8 Computer Labs, 350


Instructional Computers, 39,000 Library Volumes

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Jakarta

Indonesia

The New Zealand International School


Phone 62 21 7183111
Fax 62 21 7196525
Email principal@nzis.net
Website www.nzis.net
Address 70 Jalan Kemang Raya, Kemang Jakarta Selatan, Jakarta, 12730, Indonesia

STAFF
Principal Linda Holdaway-Howard
Head of Primary Campus Raewyn Ashby
Head of Secondary Campus Mark Holmes
Teaching staff Full time 26; Part time 3; Total 29

Nationalities of teaching staff US 3; UK 5;


Indonesian 6; Other(s) (New Zealander, Australian)
15

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year January-December
School type coeducational, day
Year founded 2002
Governed by Foundation
Enrollment PreK 18; Elementary K-5 151; Middle
School 6-8 45; High School 9-12 52; Total 266

Tuition range 2,900-12,800


Annual fees Capital Levy 2,900; Busing 2,320
One time Fees Registration 160
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 90%
Graduates have attended U of Auckland, U of Papua
New Guinea, U of London

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum International
Average class size Elementary 20; Secondary 10
Language(s) taught French, Mandarin
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, ESL, Librarian, Nurse,
Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama
Sports Hockey, Martial Arts, Soccer, Swimming,
Tennis, Volleyball, Badminton, Basketball
Clubs Tae Kwon Do, Arts & Crafts, Cooking, Chess,
Drawing, Mad Science, Mind Lab, Robotics
Examinations A-level GCE, GCSE, IGCSE

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban

Campus 2 Hectares, 5 Buildings, 18 Classrooms, 2


Computer Labs, 34 Instructional Computers

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Makassar

Indonesia

Makassar International School


Phone 62 411 315 889
Fax 62 411 313 168
Email mischool@indosat.net.id
Website www.mi-school.com
Address Jalan Botolempangan No.19, Makassar, 9013, Indonesia

STAFF
Principal Richard Hall
Office Manager Joyce Gani
Vice Principal Andrew Hipperson
Teaching staff Full time 13; Part time 1; Total 14

Nationalities of teaching staff US 1; UK 2;


Indonesian 8; Other(s) (Filipino) 3

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, private non-profit
Year founded 1991
Governed by Board of MIS
Accredited by World-Wide Education Service

Enrollment Nursery 7; PreK 7; Elementary K-5 31;


High School 9-12 6; Total 51
Tuition range 3,400-10,000
One time Fees Registration 500
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum International
Average class size Elementary 15
Language(s) taught Japanese, Mandarin
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, Librarian,
Reading Resource

Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,


Instrumental Music, Computer/Technology
Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/
Expeditions, Yearbook
Sports Gymnastics, Swimming, Volleyball,
Badminton, Basketball, Football
Clubs Cooking

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 1 Hectares, 1 Buildings, 7 Classrooms, 10
Computer Labs, 5 Instructional Computers, 5,027
Library Volumes
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Medan

Indonesia

Medan International School


Phone 62 61 836 1816
Fax 62 61 836 1894
Email principal@mismedan.org
Website www.mismedan.org
Address Jl. Jamin Ginting Km10, Jl. Tali Air No. 5, Medan, North Sumatra, 20141, Indonesia

STAFF
Principal Wendy Lewis
Office Manager Alpian Hasibuan
MYP Coordinator Sylvia Saragih
PYP Coordinator Jennifer Scarff

Teaching staff Full time 8; Part time 5; Total 13


Nationalities of teaching staff US 2; Indonesian 8;
Other(s) (Australian, Canadian) 3

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-10
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1969
Governed by Board of Trustees
Accredited by Western
Regional organizations EARCOS

Enrollment PreK 9; Elementary K-5 25; Middle


School 6-8 12; High School 9-12 4; Total 50
Tuition range 5,600-11,100
One time Fees Registration 1,500
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum IBPYP, IBMYP
Average class size Elementary 12; Secondary 12
Language(s) taught French, Mandarin
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, ESL
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Newspaper, Yearbook, Community
Service, Dance, Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Gymnastics, Hockey, Soccer, Softball,
Swimming, Track and Field, Volleyball, Badminton,
Baseball, Basketball
Clubs Orangutanz Fundz, Computer, Science,
Student Librarians
Examinations IB, ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 2 Hectares, 7 Buildings, 14 Classrooms, 3
Computer Labs, 25 Instructional Computers, 9,000
Library Volumes

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Pekanbaru

Indonesia

International Schools Riau


Phone 62 765 821 301
Fax 62 765 821 221
Email lorythiessen@isriau.org
Address PT Chevron Pacific Indonesia, Rumbai, Pekanbaru, Riau, 28271, Indonesia

STAFF
Director Lory Thiessen
Principal - Duri Campus Jeffrey Crawford
Technology Coordinator Brian Inskeep
Librarian Diana Dragonetti

Teaching staff Full time 23; Part time 3; Total 26


Nationalities of teaching staff US 12; Indonesian 2;
Other(s) (Canadian, Australian) 12

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-8
School year August-June
School type coeducational, company-sponsored,
day, private non-profit
Year founded 1953
Governed by CPI Management
Accredited by Western

Regional organizations EARCOS


Enrollment PreK 25; Elementary K-5 78; Middle
School 6-8 18; Total 121
Annual fees Registration 9,500
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US
Average class size Elementary 10; Secondary 6
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, Librarian
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Vocal
Music, Computer/Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Golf, Hockey, Martial Arts, Soccer, Softball,
Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball,
Baseball, Basketball, Cricket, Football
Clubs Cub Scouts & Girl Scouts
Examinations SAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Rural
Campus 5 Hectares, 8 Buildings, 24 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 143 Instructional Computers, 30,000
Library Volumes

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Surabaya

Indonesia

Surabaya International School


Phone 62 31 741 4300
Fax 62 31 741 4334
Email suptsis@sisedu.net
Website www.sisedu.net
Address Citra Raya International Village, Tromol Pos 2/SBDK, Surabaya, 60225, Indonesia

STAFF
Superintendent Lawrence Jones
Senior Business Manager Hj. Hestiawati
Athletic Director Jake Brown
Counselor Kelly Dawson
Elementary Principal & Deputy Superintendent
Mairin Wade
Secondary Principal Dr. Bryan Lewallen

Head of Technology Adam Kingry


Media Teacher Sydney Conzemius
Teaching staff Full time 44; Total 44
Nationalities of teaching staff US 28; Indonesian 5;
Other(s) (Canadian, Australian) 11

INFORMATION
Grade levels Nursery-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1971
Governed by School Board
Accredited by Western
Regional organizations EARCOS
Enrollment Nursery 15; PreK 27; Elementary K-5 87;
Middle School 6-8 59; High School 9-12 129; Total 317
Tuition range 4,805-15,946

Annual fees Capital Levy 2,200


One time Fees Registration 1,500
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 99% (70% US)
Graduates have attended U of California- Berkeley, U
of Illinois, U of British Columbia, Rochester Institute
of Technology, Carnegie Mellon U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, IBPYP, AP
Average class size Elementary 15; Secondary 17
Language(s) taught French, Mandarin
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Librarian, Nurse, Physician
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program, Drama

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Photography,
Yearbook, Community Service, Drama
Sports Golf, Soccer, Softball, Swimming, Tennis,
Volleyball, Badminton, Basketball
Clubs National Honor Society, National Junior Honor
Society, Model UN, Global Issues Network, Student
Government
Examinations Act, SAT, SAT II, TOEFL, AP, PSAT,
MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 5 Hectares, 4 Buildings, 54 Classrooms,
2 Computer Labs, 300 Instructional Computers,
35,000 Library Volumes

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Timika

Indonesia

Mt. Zaagkam International School


Phone 62 901 434803
Fax 62 901 434158
Email patricia_mcloughlin@fmi.com
Website mzis.org
Address PT Freeport Indonesia, PO Box 591, Timika, 99930, Indonesia

STAFF
Acting Superintendent & Principal Patricia
McLoughlin
Manager Human Resources Todd Graver
PYP Co-Coordinator Trish Phyall
Technology Coordinator & Vice Principal TPRA Mark
Brandin

Librarian Michael Monchilov


Teaching staff Full time 16; Part time 2; Total 18
Nationalities of teaching staff US 8; Indonesian 2;
Other(s) (Australian, New Zealander) 8

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-8
School year August-June
School type coeducational, company-sponsored, day
Year founded 1972
Governed by Company School

Accredited by Western
Regional organizations EARCOS
Enrollment Nursery 25; PreK 15; Elementary K-5 80;
Middle School 6-8 15; Total 135

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum International, IBPYP
Average class size Elementary 13
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, ESL, Librarian
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Vocal
Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Environmental Conservation
Sports Golf, Rugby, Soccer, Swimming, Tennis,
Volleyball, Basketball
Examinations IOWA, ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Rural
Campus 5 Hectares, 4 Buildings, 12 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 40 Instructional Computers, 20,000
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Yogyakarta

Indonesia

Yogyakarta International School


Phone 62 274 625 965
Fax 62 274 625 966
Email info@yis-edu.org
Website yisedu.org
Address JL. Magelang Km. 5.6, Cendrawasih No.1, Sinduadi, Mlati, Sleman, Yogyakarta, 55284, Indonesia

STAFF
Head of School Aldri Siregar
Secretary Lany Rudy
IT Elia Ekanindita
Librarian Singgih

Teaching staff Full time 16; Total 16


Nationalities of teaching staff UK 3; Indonesian 9;
Other(s) (American, Australian) 4

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-10
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1989
Governed by School Board
Regional organizations EARCOS

Enrollment PreK 11; Elementary K-5 56; Middle


School 6-8 25; High School 9-12 2; Total 94
Tuition range 4,400-8,000
One time Fees Registration 250
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, International
Average class size Elementary 17
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Librarian
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Vocal
Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,


Newspaper, Dance, Drama
Sports Soccer, Swimming, Tennis, Volleyball,
Badminton, Basketball

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban

Campus 5 Buildings, 5 Classrooms, 1 Computer Labs,


27 Instructional Computers, 3,000 Library Volumes

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IRELAND
Area: 70,273 sq km
Population: 4,722,028
Capital: Dublin
Currency: Euro
Languages: English, Irish (Gaelic)

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Dublin

Ireland

St. Andrews College


Phone 353 1 288 2785
Fax 353 1 283 1627
Email information@st-andrews.ie
Website www.st-andrews.ie
Address Booterstown Avenue, Blackrock, Dublin, Ireland

STAFF
Headmaster Arthur Godsil
Bursar Jonathan Taylor
Deputy Principal Maeve Costigan
Deputy Principal Monica Lynott
Deputy Principal Joan Kirby
Deputy Principal & ICT Coordinator Rob Micallef
IT Manager Manoj Thomas

Librarian Katharine Ryan


Teaching staff Full time 141; Part time 25; Total 166
Nationalities of teaching staff US 5; UK 6; Irish 145;
Other(s) (British, German) 10

INFORMATION
Grade levels K-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, church-affiliated, private
non-profit, proprietary
Year founded 1894
Governed by Board
Accredited by CIS, New England
Regional organizations ECIS
Enrollment Elementary K-5 258; Middle School 6-8
474; High School 9-12 517; Total 1,249

Tuition range 6,110-8,160


One time Fees Registration 95
Tuition/fee currency Euro
Graduates attending college 95% (1% US)
Graduates have attended Trinity Col Dublin,
University Col Dublin, U Col London, U of St.
Andrews, Columbia U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum National, IB
Average class size Elementary 21; Secondary 24
Language(s) taught French, German, Italian,
Spanish, Irish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama
Sports Golf, Hockey, Rugby, Skiing (Snow),
Swimming, Tennis, Badminton, Basketball, Cricket
Clubs Book, Computer, Gaelach, Board Game,
Christian Union, Debating Society
Examinations SAT, IB, PSAT, IELTS

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 15 Hectares, 2 Buildings, 60 Classrooms, 3
Computer Labs, 75 Instructional Computers, 20,000
Library Volumes

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Dublin

Ireland

Sutton Park School


Phone 353 1 832 2940
Fax 353 1 832 5929
Email info@sps.ie
Website www.suttonparkschool.com
Address St. Fintans Road, Sutton, Dublin, 13, Ireland

STAFF
Head of School Michael Moretta
Business Director Emer Crowley
Deputy Principal Ronan Walsh
Head of Intermediate School Liam Burns
Head of Junior School Emer Hoy

IT Manager Dave ONeill


Chief Librarian Valerie Richmond
Teaching staff Full time 36; Part time 7; Total 43
Nationalities of teaching staff UK 5; Irish 29;
Other(s) (French, Spanish) 9

INFORMATION
Grade levels K-13
School year September-June
School type boarding, coeducational
Year founded 1957
Governed by Board of Governors
Accredited by CIS, New England
Regional organizations ECIS

Tuition range 6,250-7,900


Annual fees Boarding 7-day 15,000 plus tuition;
Books 400
Tuition/fee currency Euro
Graduates attending college 97%
Graduates have attended Harvard U, Trinity Col, U
Col Dublin, Dublin City U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum National
Average class size Elementary 21; Secondary 22
Language(s) taught French, German, Italian,
Mandarin, Spanish, Irish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Newspaper, Photography, Yearbook,
Community Service, Drama
Sports Cross-Country, Golf, Gymnastics, Hockey,
Martial Arts, Rugby, Skiing (Snow), Soccer,
Swimming, Tennis, Badminton, Baseball, Basketball,
Football
Examinations GCSE

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 6 Hectares, 6 Buildings, 30 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 60 Instructional Computers, 9,000
Library Volumes

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ISRAEL

ISRAEL
Area: 20,770 sq km
Population: 7,590,758
Capital: Jerusalem
Currency: New Israeli Shekel
Languages: Hebrew, Arabic, English

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Jerusalem

Israel

Anglican International School Jerusalem


Phone 972 2 567 7200
Fax 972 2 538 4874
Email office@aisj.co.il
Website www.aisj.co.il
Address 82 HaNeviim Street, PO Box 191, Jerusalem, 91001, Israel

STAFF
Director Owen Hoskin
Business Manager Erik Rogers
Head of Elementary School Jo Holmes
Head of Secondary School Lawrence Hilditch
Design & Technology & IT Coordinator Daniel Novich

Head of Library Marjorie Mendelson


Teaching staff Full time 40; Part time 30; Total 70
Nationalities of teaching staff US 10; UK 10; Israeli
40; Other(s) 10

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year September-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1960
Governed by School Board
Accredited by Middle States
Regional organizations ECIS, NESA
Enrollment Nursery 32; PreK 20; Elementary K-5 80;
Middle School 6-8 50; High School 9-12 40; Total 222
Tuition range 30,000-85,000

Annual fees Capital Levy 9,000


One time Fees Registration 10,000
Tuition/fee currency Israeli New Shekel
Graduates attending college 95%
Graduates have attended Yale U, U of Oxford,
Hebrew U of Jerusalem, U of Tampere

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum IB, IBPYP, IBMYP
Average class size Elementary 15; Secondary 15
Language(s) taught Arabic, French, German, Hebrew,
English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Newspaper, Yearbook, Community
Service, Dance, Drama
Sports Gymnastics, Rugby, Soccer, Swimming,
Tennis, Baseball, Basketball, Football
Examinations SAT, TOEFL, IB

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 8 Hectares, 5 Buildings, 29 Classrooms, 3
Computer Labs, 60 Instructional Computers, 17,000
Library Volumes

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Netanya

Israel

The Walworth Barbour American


International School in Israel
Phone 972 9 890 1000
Fax 972 9 890 1001
Email wbaisisrael@wbais.net
Website www.wbais.net
Address 65 Hashomron Street, Even Yehuda, 40500, Israel

STAFF
Superintendent John Gates
Administrative Manager Neville Berman
Director of Institutional Advancement Sarah Kochav
High School Principal Neal Jacover
Middle School Principal Emily Sargent-Beasley
Public Relations Ada Renan

Technology Coordinator Garland Green


Director of Library & Media Services Margaret
Knudson
Teaching staff Full time 68; Part time 19; Total 87
Nationalities of teaching staff US 66; Israeli 21

INFORMATION
Grade levels K-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1958
Governed by School Board
Accredited by Middle States
Regional organizations NESA
Enrollment Elementary K-5 210; Middle School 6-8
147; High School 9-12 208; Total 565
Tuition range 21-24

Annual fees Capital Levy 1,735; Busing 800


One time Fees Registration 5,440
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 95% (85% US)
Graduates have attended Harvard U, American U,
Yale U, Brandeis U, New York U, Boston U, Tufts U,
Princeton U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 18; Secondary 18
Language(s) taught Arabic, French, Hebrew, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Math Resource, Nurse,
Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Hockey, Soccer, Softball,
Swimming, Tennis, Volleyball, Baseball, Basketball
Clubs Model UN, Student Council, Spanish, French,
Ecology
Examinations Act, SAT, SAT II, AP, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 10 Hectares, 7 Buildings, 61 Classrooms,
4 Computer Labs, 400 Instructional Computers,
25,000 Library Volumes

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ITALY

ITALY
Area: 301,340 sq km
Population: 61,261,254
Capital: Rome
Currency: Euro
Languages: Italian

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Brindisi

Italy

QSI International School of Brindisi


Phone 39 0831 518764
Fax 39 0831 518764
Email brindisi@qsi.org
Website www.qsi.org/brd_home/brd_home.htm
Address via Benvenuto Cellini 25, Brindisi, 72100, Italy

STAFF
Director Stephen Christensen
Administrative Coordinator Daniela DellAglio
Technology Manager Andrea Florio
Teaching staff Full time 7; Part time 6; Total 13

Nationalities of teaching staff US 5; Italian 3;


Other(s) (Canadian, Bosnia and Herzegovina) 5

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 2005
Governed by Advisory Board
Accredited by Middle States
Enrollment PreK 5; Elementary K-5 22; Middle
School 6-8 16; High School 9-12 9; Total 52

Tuition range 16,700-17,000


Annual fees Capital Levy 1,600; Busing 2,100
One time Fees Registration 300
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100% (20% US)
Graduates have attended St. Louis U, Georgia
Southern U, Bosphorus U, Pomona Polytechnic U, U
del Salento

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 9; Secondary 8
Language(s) taught Italian, English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Soccer, Volleyball, Basketball, Football
Clubs Computer, Science, Outdoor Sports, Cooking
Examinations SAT, AP, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 1 Hectares, 1 Buildings, 8 Classrooms, 1
Computer Labs, 15 Instructional Computers, 3,000
Library Volumes

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Como

Italy

International School of Como


Phone 0039 03157 22 89
Fax 0039 03157 22 89
Email info@iscomo.com
Website www.iscomo.com
Address Via Adda, 25, Como, 22073, Italy

STAFF
Head of School Emanuela Ferloni
Business Manager Danilo Lucci
PYP Coordinator Monique Pate, Ed.D.
Librarian Jena Patterson

Teaching staff Full time 20; Part time 26; Total 46


Nationalities of teaching staff US 6; UK 10; Italian
15; Other(s) 15

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-9
School year September-June
School type coeducational, day, proprietary
Year founded 2002
Governed by Board of Directors

Regional organizations ECIS


Tuition range 7,500-13,500
Annual fees Registration 1,250
Tuition/fee currency Euro

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum IBPYP, IBMYP
Average class size Elementary 15; Secondary 8
Language(s) taught Italian
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists ESL, Librarian, Physician,
Psychologist

Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,


Vocal Music
Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,
Dance, Drama
Sports Gymnastics, Skiing (Snow), Soccer,
Swimming, Basketball

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 1 Hectares, 1 Buildings, 15 Classrooms, 1
Computer Labs, 30 Instructional Computers, 5,250
Library Volumes

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Florence

Italy

International School of Florence


Phone 39 055 200 1515
Fax 39 055 200 8400
Email admin.gat@isfitaly.org
Website www.isfitaly.org
Address Viuzzo di Gattaia, 9, Florence, 50125, Italy

STAFF
Head of School Lawrence Hobdell
Business Manager Marie Jose Manzini
Dean of Students Paul Cook
IB Dilpoma Coordinator Jason Blackstone
Junior School Principal Michael Colaianni
Secondary School Academic Dean Debra WilliamsGualandi

IT Coordinator Bark Kate


Librarian Sharon Allen
Teaching staff Full time 55; Part time 2; Total 57
Nationalities of teaching staff US 20; UK 16; Italian
14; Other(s) (French, British) 7

INFORMATION
Grade levels Nursery-12
School year September-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1952
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by CIS, Middle States
Regional organizations ECIS, MAIS
Enrollment Nursery 15; PreK 16; Elementary K-5 140;
Middle School 6-8 111; High School 9-12 158; Total
440

Tuition range 9,900-18,000


One time Fees Registration 1,500; Capital Levy 3,500
Tuition/fee currency Euro
Graduates attending college 100% (100% US)
Graduates have attended Brown U, U of Chicago, U
of London, Durham U, U Bocconi

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, IB, IBPYP
Average class size Elementary 16; Secondary 18
Language(s) taught French, Italian, Spanish, English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Gymnastics, Soccer, Tennis,
Track and Field, Volleyball, Badminton, Baseball,
Basketball, Football
Clubs Model UN, Tanzania Project, Tuscan Cooking,
Chess, Knitting, Math, Art, Chinese, Design
Technology
Examinations Act, SAT, SAT II, TOEFL, IB, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 11 Hectares, 2 Buildings, 35 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 50 Instructional Computers, 30,000
Library Volumes

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Genoa

Italy

The International School in Genoa


Phone 39 010 386 528
Fax 39 010 398 700
Email info@isgenoa.it
Website www.aisge.it
Address Via Romana della Castagna 11A, Genova, 16148, Italy

STAFF
Director Samer Khoury
Accountant Stefania Ferdeghini
Early Childhood Coordinator Maria Teresa Mongardi
Elementary Coordinator Deborah Lalonde
IB Diploma Program Coordinator Elizabeth Rosser
Boiardi
Registrar & Human Resources Officer Patrizia Palla

Technology Coordinator Paola Bonetto


Librarian Jessica Tyerman
Teaching staff Full time 41; Part time 7; Total 48
Nationalities of teaching staff US 16; UK 5; Italian
14; Other(s) (Australian) 13

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year September-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1966
Governed by Board of Directors
Regional organizations ECIS, MAIS
Enrollment Nursery 28; PreK 28; Elementary K-5
202; Middle School 6-8 57; High School 9-12 58; Total
373
Tuition range 7,450-13,560

Annual fees Registration 700; Books 200


One time Fees Capital Levy 500
Tuition/fee currency Euro
Graduates attending college 100% (100% US)
Graduates have attended U of California, U of
Bristol, Clarkson U, U of Toronto, Politecnico di Torino

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum National, International, IB
Average class size Elementary 16; Secondary 16
Language(s) taught French, Italian, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Math Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama
Sports Hockey, Soccer, Tennis, Track and Field,
Volleyball, Basketball, Football
Examinations SAT, IB, PSAT, ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 1 Hectares, 1 Buildings, 29 Classrooms, 1
Computer Labs, 26 Instructional Computers, 8,000
Library Volumes

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Milan

Italy

American School of Milan


Phone 39 02 530 0001
Fax 39 02 576 06274
Email director@asmilan.org
Website www.asmilan.org
Address Via K. Marx, 14, Noverasco di Opera, MI, 20090, Italy

STAFF
Director Alan Austen
Business Manager Giovanni Orlando
Director of Advancement Linda Kavanagh
Elementary School Principal Michael Hibbeln
Upper School Principal Maureen Madden

Director of Technology Stephen Reiach


Head of Library/Media Center Harriette Hamblett
Teaching staff Full time 74; Total 74
Nationalities of teaching staff US 52; UK 2; Italian
11; Other(s) 9

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year September-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1962
Governed by Board of Trustees
Accredited by Middle States
Regional organizations ECIS, MAIS, SGIS, IB
Enrollment Nursery 26; PreK 31; Elementary K-5 279;
Middle School 6-8 158; High School 9-12 192; Total
686

Tuition range 9,030-18,460


Annual fees Registration 1,350; Capital Levy 2,000;
Busing 2,550; Lunch 1,300
Tuition/fee currency Euro
Graduates attending college 99% (45% US)
Graduates have attended Brown U, Georgetown
U, New York U, U of Cambridge, London School of
Economics

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, IB, IBMYP
Average class size Elementary 18; Secondary 18
Language(s) taught French, Italian, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Librarian, Nurse, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program

Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,


Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama
Sports Cross-Country, Golf, Soccer, Swimming,
Tennis, Volleyball, Badminton, Basketball
Clubs Model UN
Examinations SAT, SAT II, TOEFL, AP, IB, PSAT, ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 16 Hectares, 1 Buildings, 60 Classrooms, 1
Computer Labs, 60 Instructional Computers, 24,000
Library Volumes

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Milan

Italy

International School of Milan


Phone 39 02 42290577
Fax 39 02 4235428
Email ismhigh@ism-ac.it
Website www.ism-ac.it
Address via Pogliaghi 1, Milan, 20146, Italy

STAFF
Head of School Terence Haywood
Director General Franco Formiga
Director of Early Years Section Sarah Ford
High School Principal Mark Dawson
Middle School Principal Clive Rogers
Primary School Principal Duncan Partridge
Principal of Monza Section Rachel Caldwell

ICT Coordinator Adam Ricketts


High School Librarian Olga Glussich
Teaching staff Full time 115; Part time 32; Total 147
Nationalities of teaching staff US 12; UK 105; Italian
15; Other(s) (Australian, Irish) 15

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-13
School year September-June
School type coeducational, day, proprietary
Year founded 1958
Governed by Board
Regional organizations ECIS
Enrollment Nursery 50; PreK 50; Elementary K-5
600; Middle School 6-8 280; High School 9-12 220;
Total 1,200
Tuition range 8,500-16,600

Annual fees Registration 500


One time Fees Capital Levy 2,000
Tuition/fee currency Euro
Graduates attending college 99%
Graduates have attended U of Oxford, U of
Cambridge, U of Notre Dame, Emory U, London
School of Economics

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum International
Average class size Elementary 22; Secondary 15
Language(s) taught French, German, Italian, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Learning Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Physician,
Psychologist, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Yearbook, Community Service, Dance, Drama,
Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Gymnastics, Hockey, Martial
Arts, Skiing (Snow), Soccer, Squash, Swimming,
Badminton, Basketball
Clubs Global Issues Network, Model UN
Examinations SAT, IB, PSAT, ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 8 Hectares, 6 Buildings, 80 Classrooms, 5
Computer Labs, 350 Instructional Computers, 35,000
Library Volumes
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Naples

Italy

The International School of Naples


Phone 39 081 721 2037
Fax 39 081 570 0248
Email info@isnaples.it
Website www.isnaples.it
Address Viale della Liberazione, 1, Bagnoli, Napoli, Naples, 80125, Italy

STAFF
Principal Josephine Sessa
Business Manager Maria Elizabeth Fusco
Vice Principal Patricia Montesano
Head of Technology Eleonora Bonnici

Librarian Pamela Brown


Teaching staff Full time 42; Part time 3; Total 45
Nationalities of teaching staff US 12; UK 6; Italian
20; Other(s) (Canadian, Australian) 7

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year September-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1964
Governed by Board of Governors
Accredited by CIS, New England
Regional organizations ECIS
Enrollment PreK 21; Elementary K-5 134; Middle
School 6-8 76; High School 9-12 89; Total 320
Tuition range 3,834-8,262

Annual fees Registration 204; Lunch 840; Books


400
Tuition/fee currency Euro
Graduates attending college 90% (29% US)
Graduates have attended Duke U, U of Pennsylvania,
U of Florida, New York U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US
Average class size Elementary 20; Secondary 25
Language(s) taught French, Italian, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Librarian, Psychologist
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,


Yearbook, Community Service, Dance, Drama
Sports Gymnastics, Soccer, Softball, Tennis, Track
and Field, Volleyball, Basketball, Football
Clubs Student Council, Drama, Arts & Crafts, Guitar,
Piano, Cheerleading
Examinations Act, SAT, SAT II, PSAT, ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 12 Buildings, 20 Classrooms, 1 Computer
Labs, 35 Instructional Computers, 7,000 Library
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Padova

Italy

The English International School of Padua


Phone 39 049 80 22 50 3
Fax 39 049 80 20 66 0
Email info@eisp.it
Website www.eisp01.com
Address Via Forcellini 168, Padova, 35128, Italy

STAFF
School Director Rossella Gilli
Head of Elementary School Angela Barlow
Head of High School & B Diploma Coordinator
Martin Daly
Head of Middle School Scott Suttonwood

Head of Nursery/Infant School Sharron Noakes


Teaching staff Full time 75; Part time 21; Total 96
Nationalities of teaching staff UK 54; Italian 39;
Other(s) (Australian, Spanish) 3

INFORMATION
School year September-June
School type day
Year founded 1987
Governed by Rossella Gilli
Regional organizations ECIS
Enrollment Nursery 18; PreK 94; Elementary K-5
400; Middle School 6-8 174; High School 9-12 129;
Total 815

Tuition range 5,880-11,280


One time Fees Registration 800
Tuition/fee currency Euro
Graduates have attended U of Southhampton,
Bocconi U, Boston U, Osaka U, U of Madrid

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum UK, IB, IGCSE
Average class size Elementary 20; Secondary 20
Language(s) taught French, German, Italian,
Spanish, English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Librarian, Psychologist
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Newspaper, Yearbook, Community
Service, Dance, Drama
Sports Gymnastics, Hockey, Skiing (Snow),
Swimming, Volleyball, Basketball, Cricket, Football
Examinations SAT, IB, IGCSE, KET, PET

CAMPUS FACILITIES

Location Urban
Campus 3 Buildings, 2 Computer Labs

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Rome

Italy

Ambrit Rome International School


Phone 39 06 559 5305
Fax 39 06 559 5309
Email ambrit@ambrit-rome.com
Website www.ambrit-rome.com
Address Via Filippo Tajani, 50, Rome, 00149, Italy

STAFF
Director Bernard Mullane
Bursar Irene Duranti
8th Grade Dean of Students Robin Gilbody
Co- Director Loretta Ward
Early Childhood Principal Josie Fabiani
Middle School Principal Margaret Pringle
Primary Principal Jane Andrews

Head of Technology Jeanne-Marie Byron


Head of Library Ruth Viola
Teaching staff Full time 90; Part time 10; Total 100
Nationalities of teaching staff US 40; UK 40; Italian
20

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-8
School year September-June
School type coeducational, day, proprietary
Year founded 1996
Regional organizations MAIS
Enrollment Nursery 19; PreK 47; Elementary K-5 360;
Middle School 6-8 130; Total 556

Tuition range 10,000-16,500


Annual fees Busing 2,850; Lunch 1,200
One time Fees Registration 1,500; Capital Levy 1,500
Tuition/fee currency Euro

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum IBPYP
Average class size Elementary 20; Secondary 20
Language(s) taught French, Italian, Mandarin,
Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Psychologist, Reading
Resource

Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,


Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology
Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/
Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Yearbook, Community Service, Drama
Sports Gymnastics, Soccer, Tennis, Badminton,
Basketball, Football
Clubs Chess, Computer, Ceramics, Student Council,
Film Making

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 4 Hectares, 2 Buildings, 30 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 40 Instructional Computers, 14,000
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Italy

American Overseas School of Rome


Phone 39 06 334 381
Fax 39 06 332 62608
Email info@aosr.org
Website www.aosr.org
Address Via Cassia, 811, Rome, 00189, Italy

STAFF
Head of School Dr. Beth Pfannl
Business Manager Elisa Bruno
Elementary School Principal Melissa Paolini Kay
Secondary School Principal Kenneth Kunin
Director of Technology Geoff Miller

High School Librarian Marta Rahm


Teaching staff Full time 80; Part time 4; Total 84
Nationalities of teaching staff US 49; UK 5; Italian
14; Other(s) 16

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-13
School year September-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1947
Governed by Board of Trustees
Accredited by CIS, Middle States
Regional organizations ECIS, MAIS
Enrollment PreK 30; Elementary K-5 230; Middle
School 6-8 150; High School 9-12 220; Total 630
Tuition range 9,900-19,500

Annual fees Busing 2,850; Lunch 1,000


One time Fees Registration 500; Capital Levy 5,000
Tuition/fee currency Euro
Graduates attending college 100%
Graduates have attended Stanford U, Georgetown U,
U of Pennsylvania, New York U, California Institute
of Technology, Boston Col, Cornell U, Johns Hopkins U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, IB, AP
Average class size Elementary 18; Secondary 18
Language(s) taught French, Italian, Latin, Mandarin,
Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Psychologist, Reading
Resource, Speech/Hearing
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Literary


Magazine, Newspaper, Photography, Yearbook,
Community Service, Drama, Environmental
Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Soccer, Swimming, Tennis,
Track and Field, Volleyball, Badminton, Baseball,
Basketball
Clubs Environmental Go Green, Global Issues
Network
Examinations SAT, SAT II, TOEFL, AP, IB, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 2 Hectares, 5 Buildings, 55 Classrooms, 3
Computer Labs, 150 Instructional Computers, 22,000
Library Volumes

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Rome

Italy

Marymount International School


Phone 39 06 362 9101
Fax 39 06 363 01738
Email marymount@marymountrome.org
Website www.marymountrome.org
Address Via di Villa Lauchli, 180, Rome, 00191, Italy

STAFF
Head of School Maire McNamara
Business Manager Priscilla Marenzi
Director of Development James Dunn
Elementary School Principal Maria Castelluccio
IB Coordinator Lucy Alexander

Secondary School Principal Pete Kennedy


Librarian Chiara Canepa
Teaching staff Full time 86; Part time 6; Total 92
Nationalities of teaching staff US 33; UK 22; Italian
17; Other(s) (Australian, Canadian) 20

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year September-June
School type coeducational, church-affiliated
Year founded 1946
Governed by Religious Board of Trustees
Accredited by CIS, New England
Regional organizations ECIS, MAIS
Enrollment PreK 82; Elementary K-5 209; Middle
School 6-8 128; High School 9-12 224; Total 643
Tuition range 9,900-19,000

Annual fees Registration 300; Busing 3,100


One time Fees Capital Levy 3,100
Tuition/fee currency Euro
Graduates attending college 100% (25% US)
Graduates have attended Imperial Col London, U Col
London, McGill U, Boston U, LUISS Guido Carli U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 20; Secondary 15
Language(s) taught Arabic, French, German, Italian,
Latin, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Math Resource, Nurse,
Psychologist, Reading Resource, Speech/Hearing
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Martial Arts, Soccer,
Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball,
Basketball, Football
Clubs Model UN, Chess, National Honors Society,
Environmental, Student Council, Varsity Sports
Examinations SAT, AP, IB, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 16 Hectares, 5 Buildings, 52 Classrooms, 4
Computer Labs, 84 Instructional Computers, 18,000
Library Volumes

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Rome

Italy

St. Stephens School


Phone 39 06 575 0605
Fax 39 06 574 1941
Email ststephens@ststephens-rome.com
Website www.sssrome.it
Address Via Aventina 3, Rome, 00153, Italy

STAFF
Head of School Lesley Murphy
Chief Financial Officer Aldo Cavadini
Director of College Counselling Alison Lewis
Director of Studies Deborah Dostert
Head of Boarding Eleni Mantzarlis

Technology Coordinator Fausto Di Marco


Librarian William Latham
Teaching staff Full time 31; Part time 12; Total 43
Nationalities of teaching staff US 18; UK 3; Italian
11; Other(s) 11

INFORMATION
Grade levels 9-12
School year September-June
School type boarding, coeducational, day, private
non-profit
Year founded 1964
Governed by Board of Trustees
Accredited by CIS, New England
Regional organizations ECIS

Enrollment High School 9-12 258; Total 258


Annual fees Boarding 7-day 12,500; Lunch 1,250
One time Fees Capital Levy 1,000
Tuition/fee currency Euro
Graduates attending college 98% (30% US)
Graduates have attended Boston U, Bryn Mawr Col,
Northeastern U, Yale U, U of Cambridge

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, IB, AP
Average class size Secondary 13
Language(s) taught French, Italian, Latin, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, Librarian,
Nurse, Psychologist
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology
Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,
Literary Magazine, Newspaper, Photography,
Yearbook, Community Service, Dance, Drama,
Environmental Conservation

Sports Martial Arts, Soccer, Softball, Tennis, Track


and Field, Volleyball, Basketball
Clubs Bengt (political and Social Discussion Group),
Italian, Down Syndrome, Theater, Reach Out,
Recycling, Model UN, Peer Mentoring, Students
United for Nature, Soup Kitchen, Football for Africa,
Yearbook
Examinations Act, SAT, SAT II, AP, IB, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 1 Hectares, 1 Buildings, 12 Classrooms, 4
Computer Labs, 50 Instructional Computers, 12,500
Library Volumes

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Trieste

Italy

International School of Trieste


Phone 39 040 211 452
Fax 39 040 213 122
Email info@istrieste.org
Website www.istrieste.org
Address Via Conconello 16, Trieste, 34151, Italy

STAFF
Director Jason Anklowitz
Business Manager Paola Zonta
Deputy Director for Curriculum and Instruction
Jeremy Strickley
Elementary School Coordinator Amanda Knight

Upper School Coordinator Carrie Pierson


Teaching staff Full time 45; Part time 6; Total 51
Nationalities of teaching staff US 25; UK 5; Italian
16; Other(s) (Italian) 5

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-13
School year September-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1964
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by Middle States
Regional organizations ECIS, MAIS
Enrollment Nursery 35; PreK 25; Elementary K-5 115;
Middle School 6-8 65; High School 9-12 60; Grade 13
15; Total 315

Tuition range 3,600-9,000


One time Fees Registration 350
Tuition/fee currency Euro
Graduates attending college 100% (75% US)
Graduates have attended Bates Col, Clarkson U,
Fashion Institute of Technology, Northeastern U,
Boston U, George Mason U, Ithaca Col, LaSalle U,
DePaul U, U of Durham, U of Nottingham, U of Kent,
U of Southampton

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, International, AP
Average class size Elementary 21; Secondary 17
Language(s) taught French, German, Italian, Latin
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Newspaper, Yearbook, Community
Service, Drama
Examinations SAT, SAT II, TOEFL, AP, PSAT, ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 4 Hectares, 2 Buildings, 25 Classrooms, 1
Computer Labs, 50 Instructional Computers, 10,000
Library Volumes

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Trieste

Italy

United World College of the Adriatic


Phone 39 040 3739 111
Fax 39 040 3739 225
Email uwcad@uwcad.it
Website www.uwcad.it
Address Via Trieste n. 29, Duino (TS), 34011, Italy

STAFF
Head of School Peter Howe
Secretary General Giorgio Pontoni
Deputy Head & Director of Studies Michael Price
Director of Student Life Helen White

Head of Guidance Anne Brearley


Head of Library/Media Center Henry Thomas

INFORMATION
Grade levels 12-13
School year September-May
School type boarding, coeducational
Year founded 1982
Governed by Council of Administration

Graduates attending college 100%


Graduates have attended Princeton U, U of Oxford,
London School of Economics, Bocconi U, U of
Cambridge

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum IB
Average class size Secondary 15
Language(s) taught Arabic, Italian, Russian,
Spanish, English, Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Librarian
Special curricular programs Instrumental Music

Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,


Newspaper, Photography, Yearbook, Community
Service, Dance, Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Martial Arts, Rugby, Skiing (Snow), Soccer,
Swimming, Volleyball, Basketball, Aerobics,
Kayaking, Road Hockey, Sailing, Climbing
Examinations SAT, IB

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 17 Buildings, 19 Classrooms, 1 Computer
Labs, 30 Instructional Computers, 20,000 Library
Volumes
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Turin

Italy

International School of Turin


Phone 39 011 645 967
Fax 39 011 643 298
Email info@isturin.it
Website www.isturin.it
Address Strada Pecetto 34, Chieri, Torino, 10023, Italy

STAFF
Head of School Carolyn Steinson
Business/Finance Manager Maria Recrosio
DP Dean Alex Lain
IB DP Coordinator Cy Webber
Lower School Dean Andrew Ridgway
MYP Coordinator Jan Stipek
MYP Dean David McEvoy

PYP Coordinator Susan Baker


Head of ICT Gregory Read
Research Coordinator Ljubica Milne
Teaching staff Full time 46; Part time 4; Total 50
Nationalities of teaching staff US 4; UK 20; Italian
15; Other(s) (British, German) 11

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year September-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1963
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by CIS, New England
Regional organizations ECIS
Enrollment Nursery 12; PreK 20; Elementary K-5 181;
Middle School 6-8 87; High School 9-12 100; Total
400

Tuition range 3,820-11,330


Annual fees Registration 2,100; Busing 1,800; Lunch
1,300
One time Fees Capital Levy 1,500
Tuition/fee currency Euro
Graduates attending college 100% (35% US)
Graduates have attended Boston U, U of Rochester,
U of London, U of Plymouth, U of Turin

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum National, IB, IBPYP, IBMYP
Average class size Elementary 20; Secondary 20
Language(s) taught French, Italian, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Vocal Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,


Literary Magazine, Newspaper, Photography,
Yearbook, Community Service, Dance, Drama
Sports Cross-Country, Golf, Gymnastics, Hockey,
Martial Arts, Skiing (Snow), Soccer, Swimming,
Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball, Basketball,
Football
Clubs Model UN, Photography, Drama, Golf, Art
Examinations SAT, SAT II, TOEFL, IB, PSAT, ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 1 Buildings, 40 Classrooms, 2 Computer
Labs, 130 Instructional Computers, 2,000 Library
Volumes
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Udine

Italy

The Udine International School


Phone 39 0432 541119
Fax 39 0432 403698
Email info@udineis.org
Website www.udineis.org
Address Via Martignacco 187, Udine, Udine, 33100, Italy

STAFF
Director Jason Anklowitz
Business/Finance Manager Mikogui Chacon
Principal & Head of Technology Matthew Conn
Library Coordinator Elizabeth Sewell

Teaching staff Full time 28; Part time 10; Total 38


Nationalities of teaching staff US 4; UK 8; Italian 9;
Other(s) (Canadian, Australian) 17

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-8
School year September-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 2003
Governed by Board of Directors
Regional organizations ECIS, MAIS, CIS

Enrollment Nursery 13; PreK 44; Elementary K-5 142;


Middle School 6-8 50; Total 249
Tuition range 6,500-8,300
Annual fees Registration 350
Tuition/fee currency Euro

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, UK, National, International
Average class size Elementary 20; Secondary 17
Language(s) taught French, German, Italian, Latin,
Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Math Resource, Reading
Resource

Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,


Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology
Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/
Expeditions, Yearbook, Dance, Drama
Sports Gymnastics, Rugby, Soccer, Swimming, Track
and Field, Volleyball
Examinations ISA, DELF (A2), OSD (KID2), B2(FC)

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 600 Hectares, 3 Buildings, 19 Classrooms, 1
Computer Labs, 19 Instructional Computers, 5,000
Library Volumes

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JAMAICA

JAMAICA
Area: 10,991 sq km
Population: 2,889,187
Capital: Kingston
Currency: Jamaican Dollar
Languages: English

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Kingston

Jamaica

American International School of Kingston


Phone 876 702 2070
Fax 876 702 2074
Email office@aisk.com
Website aisk.com
Address 2 College Green Avenue, Kingston, 6, Jamaica

STAFF
Head of School Dr. Brian Horvath
Financial Administrator & Plant Manager Ingrid Fitt
Elementary Principal Anna Wallace
School Councelor Josh Centra
Technology Coordinator Jeff Tillinghast

Librarian Heather Guy


Teaching staff Full time 35; Part time 8; Total 43
Nationalities of teaching staff US 15; UK 3; Jamaican
16; Other(s) (Canadian) 9

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1994
Governed by Nine Member Board
Accredited by Southern
Regional organizations ACCAS, AASSA
Enrollment Nursery 8; PreK 10; Elementary K-5 113;
Middle School 6-8 56; High School 9-12 82; Total 269
Tuition range 6,800-14,776

Annual fees Capital Levy 1,500


One time Fees Registration 4,500
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100% (90% US)
Graduates have attended U of Pennsylvania, Cornell,
Princeton U, Boston U, U of Michigan, U of Chicago,
McGill U, U of Toronto

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, IB
Average class size Elementary 16; Secondary 16
Language(s) taught French, Mandarin, Spanish,
English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Librarian, Nurse, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Vocal
Music, Computer/Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Golf, Gymnastics, Martial Arts, Soccer,
Squash, Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field,
Volleyball, Basketball
Clubs French, Scuba Diving, Sailing, Cooking,
Dance, Martial Arts, Homework, Photography,
TV Production, Robotics, National Honor Society,
National Junior Honor Society, Model UN
Examinations SAT, IB, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 4 Hectares, 5 Buildings, 32 Classrooms, 1
Computer Labs, 50 Instructional Computers, 7,500
Library Volumes

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Mandeville

Jamaica

Belair School
Phone 876 962 2168
Fax 876 962 3396
Email general@belairschool.com
Website www.belairschool.com
Address 43 DeCarteret Road, Mandeville, 156, Jamaica

STAFF
Director June McCatty
Operations Manager Stacey-Ann Dillon
High School Vice Principal Rachel Hall
Prep School Vice Principal Susan Hawthorn

Computer & Support Specialist Franz Myers


Librarian Christalia Volaitis

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year September-June
School type coeducational, day
Year founded 1967

Governed by Board of Governors


Tuition/fee currency Jamaican Dollar
Graduates attending college 90%

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum National
Average class size Elementary 25; Secondary 25
Language(s) taught French, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, Librarian,
Nurse, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Newspaper, Yearbook, Community
Service, Dance, Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Swimming, Tennis,
Badminton, Baseball, Basketball, Cricket, Football
Clubs Interact, Science, Environmental, Reading
Examinations SAT, GCSE, SATII

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Rural
Campus 5 Hectares, 12 Buildings, 18 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 45 Instructional Computers, 5,751
Library Volumes
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JAPAN

JAPAN
Area: 377,915 sq km
Population: 127,368,088
Capital: Tokyo
Currency: Yen
Languages: Japanese

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Fukuoka

Japan

Fukuoka International School


Phone 81 92 841 7601
Fax 81 92 841 7602
Email admin@fis.ed.jp
Website www.fis.ed.jp
Address 18-50 Momochi, 3-chome, Sawara-ku, Fukuoka, 814-0006, Japan

STAFF
Head of School Diane Lewthwaite
Business Manager Kurt Davis
Elementary Division Head Brian Freeman
IB Diploma Coordinator Fumiko Nelson
IB PYP Coordinator Barbara Shanahan

Secondary Division Head Terry Swain


Teaching staff Full time 26; Part time 13; Total 39
Nationalities of teaching staff US 18; UK 1; Japanese
6; Other(s) (Canadian) 14

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, company-sponsored,
day, private non-profit
Year founded 1972
Governed by Board of Directors/Trustees
Accredited by Western
Regional organizations EARCOS
Enrollment PreK 22; Elementary K-5 87; Middle
School 6-8 46; High School 9-12 55; Total 210

Tuition range 1,220,000-1,440,000


Annual fees Insurance 3,000
One time Fees Registration 300,000
Tuition/fee currency Japanese Yen
Graduates attending college 100%
Graduates have attended U of Edinburgh, U of
Southern California, U of Colorado, Michigan State U,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum International, IB, IBPYP
Average class size Elementary 14; Secondary 14
Language(s) taught French, Japanese
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists ESL
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Vocal Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,


Yearbook, Community Service, Drama, Piano Lab,
Violin
Sports Golf, Martial Arts, Volleyball, Basketball
Clubs Water Sports, Ensemble, Choir, French,
Cooking, Student Council, Soccer, Badminton, Soccer,
Outdoor Skills, Martial Arts
Examinations Act, SAT, SAT II, TOEFL, IB, PSAT, ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 1 Hectares, 3 Buildings, 25 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 45 Instructional Computers, 12,000
Library Volumes

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Hiroshima

Japan

Hiroshima International School


Phone 81 82 843 4111
Fax 81 82 843 6399
Email hisadmin@hiroshima-is.ac.jp
Website www.hiroshima-is.ac.jp
Address 3-49-1 Kurakake, Asakita-ku, Hiroshima, 739-1743, Japan

STAFF
Principal Mark Exton
Operations Manager Mika Solvie
Director of Studies Charles Hearsum
IT Coordinator Nigel Barker

Teaching staff Full time 17; Total 17


Nationalities of teaching staff US 2; UK 4; Japanese
6; Other(s) (Canadian, New Zealander) 5

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1962
Governed by Board of Directors, Board of Trustees
Accredited by CIS, New England

Enrollment PreK 10; Elementary K-5 60; Middle


School 6-8 25; High School 9-12 25; Total 120
Tuition range 750,000-2,200,000
Annual fees Capital Levy 75,000; Busing 225,000
One time Fees Registration 300,000
Tuition/fee currency Japanese Yen
Graduates attending college 100%

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum International, IB, IBPYP, IGCSE
Average class size Elementary 15; Secondary 10
Language(s) taught Japanese
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, ESL
Special curricular programs Instrumental Music

Extra curricular programs Computers, Yearbook,


Community Service, Dance, Drama, Environmental
Conservation
Sports Soccer, Swimming, Volleyball, Basketball
Examinations SAT, GCSE, IB, IGCSE, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 2 Hectares, 3 Buildings, 17 Classrooms, 1
Computer Labs, 70 Instructional Computers, 8,000
Library Volumes

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Kobe

Japan

Canadian Academy
Phone 81 78 857 0100
Fax 81 78 857 3250
Email hdmstr@canacad.ac.jp
Website www.canacad.ac.jp
Address 4-1 Koyo-cho Naka, Higashinada-ku, Kobe, 658-0032, Japan

STAFF
Headmaster David Condon
Elementary School Principal Matthew Flinchum
Elementary/Middle School Assistant Principal
Jonathan Schatzky
High School Principal Melanie Vrba
Middle School Principal Michael Colaianni
Director of Technology Murray Smith

Media Services Coordinators Celia Schatzky &


Annette Davis
Teaching staff Full time 74; Part time 3; Total 77
Nationalities of teaching staff US 35; UK 8;
Japanese 14; Other(s) (Canadian, New Zealander) 20

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type boarding, coeducational, day, private
non-profit
Year founded 1913
Governed by Board of Trustees
Accredited by CIS, Western
Regional organizations EARCOS
Enrollment PreK 10; Elementary K-5 237; Middle
School 6-8 171; High School 9-12 202; Total 620

Tuition range 1,460,000-2,020,000


Annual fees Boarding 7-day 1,075,000; Busing
79,000 - 137,000
One time Fees Registration 346,000
Tuition/fee currency Japanese Yen
Graduates attending college 85% (67% US)
Graduates have attended Brown U, U of CaliforniaBerkeley, Rhode Island School of Design, U of
Chicago, Cornell U, U of British Columbia

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, International, IB, IBPYP, IBMYP
Average class size Elementary 18; Secondary 15
Language(s) taught French, Japanese, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Librarian, Nurse, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Vocal
Music, Computer/Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program

Extra curricular programs Literary Magazine,


Newspaper, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Soccer, Softball, Tennis, Volleyball,
Badminton, Baseball, Basketball
Clubs Model UN, Habitat For Humanity, Japanese
Tea Ceremony
Examinations SAT, SAT II, AP, IB, PSAT, MAP, ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 3 Hectares, 2 Buildings, 80 Classrooms,
3 Computer Labs, 600 Instructional Computers,
42,000 Library Volumes

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Kobe

Japan

Marist Brothers International School


Phone 81 78 732 6266
Fax 81 78 732 6268
Email info@marist.ac.jp
Website www.marist.ac.jp
Address 1-2-1 Chimori-cho, Suma-ku, Kobe, 654-0072, Japan

STAFF
Head of School Marijana Munro
Business Manager Motoko Suzuta
Deputy Head of School Derek Lipp
Elementary Coordinator Kenneth Rowe
Montessori Coordinator Mark Pilgrim

IT Department Head Stephen Winter


Librarian Elbert Shitamoto
Teaching staff Full time 30; Part time 2; Total 32
Nationalities of teaching staff US 10; UK 2; Japanese
5; Other(s) (Canadian, Australian) 15

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1951
Governed by School Board
Accredited by Western
Regional organizations EARCOS, JCIS
Enrollment PreK 40; Elementary K-5 103; Middle
School 6-8 58; High School 9-12 56; Total 257
Tuition range 11,430,000-1,406,000

One time Fees Registration 255,000; Capital Levy


150,000
Tuition/fee currency Japanese Yen
Graduates attending college 97% (99% US)
Graduates have attended Georgia Tech, Purdue U, U
of British Columbia, New York U, Pennsylvania State
U, U of California- Los Angeles, York U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 23; Secondary 20
Language(s) taught French, Japanese
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Librarian, Nurse, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,


Newspaper, Photography, Yearbook, Community
Service, Drama
Sports Soccer, Softball, Volleyball, Baseball,
Basketball
Clubs Student Council, National Honor Society,
Athletics Association, Model UN
Examinations SAT, SAT II, Stanford, TOEFL, AP,
PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 1 Hectares, 3 Buildings, 22 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 100 Instructional Computers, 18,000
Library Volumes

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Kobe

Japan

St. Michaels International School


Phone 81 78 231 8885
Fax 81 78 231 8899
Email head@smis.org
Website smis.org
Address 3-17-2 Nakayamate-dori, Chuo-ku, Kobe, 650 0004, Japan

STAFF
Head of School Paul Grisewood
Office Manager Xue-Feng Liang
Deputy Head of School Wendy Taylor
KS1 Coordinator James Grimsby
KS2 Coordinator Alastair Moulton

ICT Coordinator Ahmed Aljonaid, Ph.D.


Librarian Steve Lewington
Teaching staff Full time 17; Part time 2; Total 19
Nationalities of teaching staff US 1; UK 10; Japanese
2; Other(s) (Canadian) 6

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-6
School year August-June
School type coeducational, church-affiliated
Year founded 1946
Governed by School Council and Board
Accredited by CIS, Western
Regional organizations EARCOS, ECIS

Enrollment Nursery 18; PreK 22; Elementary K-5 130;


Total 170
Tuition range 96,800-1,050,000
Annual fees Insurance 3,000; Busing 200,000
One time Fees Registration 200,000
Tuition/fee currency Japanese Yen

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum UK
Average class size Elementary 19
Language(s) taught French, Japanese
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, ESL, Librarian, Nurse

Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,


Computer/Technology
Extra curricular programs Computers, Music, Chess
Sports Soccer, Swimming, Baseball, Cricket, Football
Examinations SAT, ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 1 Hectares, 2 Buildings, 10 Classrooms, 1
Computer Labs, 20 Instructional Computers, 5,500
Library Volumes
Data from 2011/12 school year.

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Kyoto

Japan

Kyoto International School


Phone 81 75 451 1022
Fax 81 75 451 1023
Email kis@kyotointernationalschool.org
Website www.kyotointernationalschool.org
Address 317 Kitatawara-cho, Nakadachiuri-sagaru, Yoshiyamachi-dori, Kamigyo-ku, Kyoto, 602 8247, Japan

STAFF
Head of School Annette Levy
Business Manager Megumi Emhoff
Curriculum Coordinator Mark Krabousanos
Librarian Izumi Hirai

Teaching staff Full time 15; Part time 7; Total 22


Nationalities of teaching staff US 2; UK 2; Japanese
8; Other(s) (Canadian, Australian) 10

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-8
School year September-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1957
Governed by Executive Board
Accredited by Western
Regional organizations EARCOS

Enrollment Nursery 4; PreK 10; Elementary K-5 43;


Middle School 6-8 10; Total 67
Tuition range 840,000-1,684,000
One time Fees Registration 150,000
Tuition/fee currency Japanese Yen
Graduates have attended Standford U, U of Oxford,
Berklee Col of Music, New York U, Kyoto U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum International
Average class size Elementary 15
Language(s) taught Japanese
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, ESL, Librarian
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,


Dance, Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Soccer, Swimming, Tennis, Volleyball,
Basketball
Clubs Chess, Social Dance, Aikido, Cooking, Origami,
Jazz Dance, Environmental, Lego Animation
Examinations ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 1 Hectares, 1 Buildings, 7 Classrooms, 1
Computer Labs, 24 Instructional Computers, 6,000
Library Volumes

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Nagoya

Japan

International Christian Academy of Nagoya


Phone 81-0561-62-4196
Fax 81-0561-62-4196
Email cheridood@icanjapan.org
Website www.icanjapan.org
Address Villa Yuzan 1F, 205 Kibutake, Nagakute-shi, Aichi-ken, 480-1117, Japan

STAFF
Director Cheri Dood
Business/Finance Manager Kent Sumiya
Head of Library/Media Center Sarah Davidson
Teaching staff Full time 18; Total 18

Nationalities of teaching staff US 16; Other(s)


(Canadian) 2

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, church-affiliated
Year founded 2000
Governed by NICS
Accredited by Western

Enrollment PreK 15; Elementary K-5 104; Middle


School 6-8 36; High School 9-12 23; Total 178
Tuition range 818,135-882,238
Annual fees Registration 50,000; Capital Levy
20,000
Tuition/fee currency Japanese Yen

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US
Average class size Elementary 15; Secondary 10
Language(s) taught Spanish, English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists ESL, Learning Disabilities
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education

Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,


Yearbook, Community Service
Sports Soccer, Volleyball, Basketball
Examinations MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 5 Buildings, 17 Classrooms, 2 Computer
Labs, 29 Instructional Computers, 8,000 - 10,000
Library Volumes

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Japan

Nagoya International School


Phone 81 52 736 2025
Fax 81 52 736 3883
Email info@nis.ac.jp
Website www.nagoyais.jp
Address 2686 Minamihara, Nakashidami, Moriyama-ku, Nagoya, Aichi, 463 0002, Japan

STAFF
Headmaster Matthew Parr
Business Manager Hiroshi Sakai
Director of Development Erik Olson-Kikuchi
Elementary Principal Paul Ketko
Secondary Principal Donald Fitzmahan

IT Coordinator Damianne President


Librarian Amy Wilson
Teaching staff Full time 40; Part time 5; Total 45
Nationalities of teaching staff US 17; UK 2; Japanese
10; Other(s) (Canadian, Australian) 16

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1964
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by CIS, Western
Regional organizations EARCOS, JCIS
Enrollment Nursery 3; PreK 12; Elementary K-5 126;
Middle School 6-8 73; High School 9-12 91; Total 305

Tuition range 1,436,000-1,618,000


Annual fees Capital Levy 100,000; Busing 180,000340,000
One time Fees Registration 200,000
Tuition/fee currency Japanese Yen
Graduates attending college 100% (90% US)
Graduates have attended U of Oxford, Stanford U,
Nagoya U, Parsons the New School for Design, McGill
U, Dartmouth Col

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, International, IB, IBPYP
Average class size Elementary 15; Secondary 15
Language(s) taught Japanese
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Librarian, Nurse, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Vocal
Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Drama,
Environmental Conservation
Sports Martial Arts, Soccer, Softball, Tennis,
Volleyball, Badminton, Baseball, Basketball
Clubs Model UN, Habitat for Humanity, Japan Global
Issues Network, National Honor Society, National
Junior Honor Society, Student Councils, ES Drama,
MathCounts
Examinations Act, SAT, SAT II, IB, PSAT, ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 7 Hectares, 5 Buildings, 30 Classrooms, 1
Computer Labs, 140 Instructional Computers, 18,000
Library Volumes

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Numazu

Japan

Katoh School
Phone 81 55 924 3322
Fax 81 55 924 3352
Email bostwick@gol.com
Website www.katoh-net.ac.jp
Address 1361-1 Nakamiyo, Numazu, Shizuoka, 410 0011, Japan

STAFF
Executive Director Mike Bostwick
Head Office Manager Sadao Hasegawa
DP Coordinator Craig Sutton
Director of Jr. & Sr. High School Nobuko Wendfeldt
Elementary Coordinator Geoff Parmentor
Kindergarten Head Teacher Lisa Sano
MYP Coordination Gay-Ann Bagotchay

IT Coordinator & Site Manager Kazuhiro Horie


Head Librarian Ayako Shanks
Teaching staff Full time 76; Part time 5; Total 81
Nationalities of teaching staff US 12; UK 2; Japanese
49; Other(s) (Canadian, Australian) 18

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year April-March
School type coeducational, day, proprietary
Year founded 1926
Governed by Board of Directors
Enrollment PreK 101; Elementary K-5 281; Middle
School 6-8 95; High School 9-12 100; Total 577
Tuition range 720,000-840,000

Annual fees Books 80,000


One time Fees Registration 200,000
Tuition/fee currency Japanese Yen
Graduates attending college 100% (40% US)
Graduates have attended Harvard U, Yale U,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, McGill U,
Australian National U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum National, IB, IBMYP
Average class size Elementary 22; Secondary 25
Language(s) taught Japanese, English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, Librarian,
Nurse, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Community Service, Environmental
Conservation
Sports Soccer, Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball,
Badminton, Basketball, Martial Arts
Examinations SAT, SAT II, TOEFL, IB, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 10 Hectares, 5 Buildings, 40 Classrooms, 3
Computer Labs, 160 Instructional Computers, 20,000
Library Volumes

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Osaka

Japan

Osaka International School


Phone 81 72 727 5050
Fax 81 72 727 5055
Email jsearle@senri.ed.jp
Website www.senri.ed.jp
Address 4-4-16 Onohara-nishi, Mino-shi, Osaka, 562 0032, Japan

STAFF
Head of School John Searle
Business Manager Steve Lewis
Elementary Principal Cecilia Rawlins
Middle & High School Principal Kurt Mecklem
Tech Coordinator Sam Adams

Head Librarian Chieko Singh


Teaching staff Full time 37; Part time 4; Total 41
Nationalities of teaching staff US 15; UK 10;
Japanese 5; Other(s) (Australian) 11

INFORMATION
Grade levels K-12
School year September-June
School type coeducational, company-sponsored,
private non-profit
Year founded 1991
Governed by Kwansei Gakuin Educational
Foundation
Accredited by Western
Regional organizations EARCOS, ECIS

Enrollment Elementary K-5 110; Middle School 6-8


70; High School 9-12 75; Total 255
Tuition range 1,400,000-1,700,000
Annual fees Boarding 7-day 700,000
One time Fees Registration 300,000
Tuition/fee currency Japanese Yen
Graduates attending college 95%
Graduates have attended U of Oxford, Wesleyan U,
U of Southern California, Queens U, Rice U, Durham
U, Duke U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum IB, IBPYP, IBMYP
Average class size Elementary 19; Secondary 20
Language(s) taught French, Japanese, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Librarian, Nurse

Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,


Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology
Extra curricular programs Literary Magazine,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Drama
Sports Cross-Country, Soccer, Softball, Swimming,
Tennis, Volleyball, Badminton, Baseball, Basketball
Examinations Act, SAT, SAT II, IB, PSAT, ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 2 Hectares, 1 Buildings, 33 Classrooms, 3
Computer Labs, 80 Instructional Computers, 55,000
Library Volumes

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Sapporo

Japan

Hokkaido International School


Phone 81 11 816 5000
Fax 81 11 816 2500
Email his@his.ac.jp
Website www.his.ac.jp
Address 1-55 5-jo 19-chome, Hiragishi, Toyohira-ku, Sapporo, 062-0935, Japan

STAFF
Head of School Barry Ratzliff
Business Manager Eri Kashiwabara
Administrative Assistant Shimako Abe
International Primary Curriculum Coordinator
Peggy Shibuya
Outdoor Activities Coordinator David Piazza
Principal Dan Reynolds

Technology Coordinator Goro Senzai


Head Librarian Kathleen Riggins
Teaching staff Full time 19; Part time 7; Total 26
Nationalities of teaching staff US 11; Japanese 7;
Other(s) (Canadian, Australian) 8

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type boarding, coeducational
Year founded 1958
Governed by Member Board
Accredited by Western
Regional organizations EARCOS
Enrollment PreK 10; Elementary K-5 59; Middle
School 6-8 48; High School 9-12 59; Total 176
Tuition range 608,000-1,024,000

Annual fees Boarding 7-day 460,000; Insurance


3,000; Busing 90,000
One time Fees Registration 15,000
Tuition/fee currency Japanese Yen
Graduates attending college 80% (75% US)
Graduates have attended U of British Columbia,
International Christian U, Richmond U, U of
Washington, U of California- Berkeley

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 15; Secondary 15
Language(s) taught Japanese, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, ESL, Librarian
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Vocal
Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,


Newspaper, Yearbook, Community Service, Drama
Sports Soccer, Volleyball, Basketball
Clubs Outdoor, Student Council
Examinations SAT, AP, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 2 Hectares, 2 Buildings, 16 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 45 Instructional Computers, 9,000
Library Volumes

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Sendai

Japan

Tohoku International School


Phone 81 22 348 2468
Fax 81 22 348 2467
Email admin@tisweb.net
Website www.tisweb.net
Address 7-101-1 Yakata, Izumi-Ku, Sendai, 981-3214, Japan

STAFF
Head of School James Steward
Office Manager Yukiko Kawaguchi
Curriculum Coordinator Alana Steward
Elementary Coordinator Catherine Erpen
Secondary & Technology Coordinator Nick Schirmer

Library Coordinator April Sekine


Teaching staff Full time 10; Part time 10; Total 20
Nationalities of teaching staff US 6; UK 1; Japanese
6; Other(s) (Canadian, British) 7

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1950
Governed by TIS Council & Nanko Board
Accredited by Western
Regional organizations EARCOS, JCIS

Enrollment PreK 8; Elementary K-5 45; Middle


School 6-8 17; High School 9-12 22; Total 92
Tuition range 850,000-1,080,000
Annual fees Capital Levy 120,000; Busing 50,000;
Lunch 12,600
One time Fees Registration 300,000
Tuition/fee currency Japanese Yen
Graduates attending college 100% (50% US)

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum International
Average class size Elementary 12; Secondary 12
Language(s) taught Japanese
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, ESL, Librarian
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Vocal
Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Newspaper, Photography, Yearbook,
Community Service, Drama, Environmental
Conservation
Sports Golf, Skiing (Snow), Soccer, Softball, Track
and Field, Badminton, Basketball
Examinations SAT, TOEFL, AP, PSAT, ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 2 Hectares, 2 Buildings, 16 Classrooms, 3
Computer Labs, 60 Instructional Computers, 10,000
Library Volumes

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Tokyo

Japan

Aoba-Japan International School-Suginami


Campus
Phone 81 3 3335 6620
Fax 81 3 3332 6930
Email memberships@aobajapan.jp
Website www.aobaonline.jp
Address 7-5-1 Hikarigaoka, Nerima-ku, Tokyo, 179-0072, Japan

STAFF
Head of School Royce Jacobs
Business/Finance Manager Daniel Dittmeir
Admissions Director Hanako Shiratori
Elementary Principal Karen ONeill
President & Director of Development Adam Doi

Secondary Principal John Liss


IT Manager Brent Carlson
Teaching staff Full time 50; Part time 4; Total 54
Nationalities of teaching staff US 10; UK 2; Japanese
8; Other(s) (Canadian, Australian) 34

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-July
School type coeducational, day, proprietary
Year founded 1976
Governed by Board
Accredited by CIS, New England
Regional organizations EARCOS, ECIS

Enrollment PreK 50; Elementary K-5 140; Middle


School 6-8 65; High School 9-12 20; Total 275
Tuition range 1,035,000-2,383,000
Annual fees Capital Levy 100,000; Busing 315,000;
Lunch 128,700
One time Fees Registration 300,000
Tuition/fee currency Japanese Yen

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum International
Average class size Elementary 20; Secondary 20
Language(s) taught Japanese, Latin
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Math Resource, Nurse, Speech/Hearing
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Vocational, Instrumental Music,
Vocal Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance
Sports Soccer, Swimming, Volleyball, Baseball,
Basketball
Clubs Art, Computer, Choir, Orchestra, Japanese
Dance, Hand Bell Choir, Junior Jaguars Sports
Examinations IOWA, ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 2 Buildings, 36 Classrooms, 2 Computer
Labs, 82 Instructional Computers, 9,000 Library
Volumes

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Japan

Christian Academy in Japan


Phone 81 42 471 0022
Fax 81 42 476 2200
Email infodesk@caj.or.jp
Website caj.or.jp
Address 1-2-14 Shinkawa-cho, Higashi Kurume-shi, Tokyo, 203-0013, Japan

STAFF
Headmaster Brian Vander Haak
Business Manager Rick Seely
Director of Educational Support Services Flossie
Epley
Elementary School Principal Jacquie Willson
High School Principal Anda Foxwell
Middle School Principal Tanya Hall

Technology Coordinator Dan Rudd


Librarian Virginia Blair
Teaching staff Full time 41; Part time 25; Total 66
Nationalities of teaching staff US 43; UK 1; Japanese
12; Other(s) (Canadian, Korea, Republic of) 10

INFORMATION
Grade levels K-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, church-affiliated, day
Year founded 1950
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by Western
Regional organizations EARCOS
Enrollment Elementary K-5 135; Middle School 6-8
133; High School 9-12 191; Total 459
Tuition range 1,246,000-1,654,000

Annual fees Registration 45,000; Capital Levy


70,000
Tuition/fee currency Japanese Yen
Graduates attending college 90% (67% US)
Graduates have attended Purdue U, New York U,
Wheaton Col, U of Toronto, Waseda U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 18; Secondary 17
Language(s) taught French, Japanese, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Physician, Reading
Resource, Speech/Hearing
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Vocational, Instrumental Music, Vocal Music,
Computer/Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program, Digital
Arts

Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,


Newspaper, Yearbook, Community Service, Drama,
Student Government
Sports Cross-Country, Soccer, Tennis, Track and Field,
Volleyball, Basketball, Wrestling (boys)
Clubs Drama, Chapel Bands, Chess
Examinations Act, IOWA, SAT, SAT II, TOEFL, AP,
PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 2 Hectares, 7 Buildings, 30 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 235 Instructional Computers, 26,825
Library Volumes

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Japan

Columbia International School


Phone 81 4 2946 1911
Fax 81 4 2946 1955
Email admissions@columbia-ca.co.jp
Website www.columbia-ca.co.jp
Address 153 Matsugo, Tokorozawa, 359-0027, Japan

STAFF
Coordinator Tetsuya Morimata
Acting Director Mamoru Ito
Admissions Manager Natsuko Miura
Principal Barrie McCliggott, Ed.D.
Public Liaison Christopher Holland

School Administrator Ayako Hama


Senior Division Coordinator Robert Skinner
Teaching staff Full time 37; Part time 2; Total 39
Nationalities of teaching staff US 2; Canadian 19;
Other(s) (Japanese) 18

INFORMATION
Grade levels 1-12
School year April-March
School type boarding, coeducational, day
Year founded 1988
Governed by Gakko Hojin Canada Gakuen
Accredited by Western, Ontario Ministry of Ed.
Regional organizations EARCOS, JASCD, TAIP
Enrollment Elementary K-5 122; Middle School 6-8
80; High School 9-12 71; Total 273
Tuition range 1,575,000-1,775,000

Annual fees Boarding 7-day 1,400,000; Busing


45,000; Lunch 81,000
One time Fees Registration 210,000; Capital Levy
420,000; Books 20,000
Tuition/fee currency Japanese Yen
Graduates attending college 100%
Graduates have attended Columbia U, U of Toronto,
McMaster U, Waseda U, Exeter Col

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum National, International, Ontario
Average class size Elementary 15; Secondary 15
Language(s) taught Japanese, Spanish, English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Nurse,
Physician
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,


Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Hockey, Skiing (Snow), Soccer,
Tennis, Volleyball, Badminton, Baseball, Basketball,
Football
Clubs Eco Cap, Environmental, Sports, Music,
Photography, Yearbook, Karaoke, Movie
Examinations SAT, TOEFL

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 6 Buildings, 24 Classrooms, 2 Computer
Labs, 250 Instructional Computers, 5,000 Library
Volumes

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Japan

International School of the Sacred Heart


Phone 81 3 3400 3951
Fax 81 3 3400 3496
Email info@issh.ac.jp
Website www.issh.ac.jp
Address 4-3-1 Hiroo, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, 150-0012, Japan

STAFF
Headmistress Yvonne Hayes
Curriculum Coordinator K-12 Mary Beth Luttrell
High School Principal Charmaine Young
Kindergarten & Junior School Principal Una ONeill

Middle School Principal Margaret Griffiths


Teaching staff Full time 67; Part time 28; Total 95
Nationalities of teaching staff US 22; UK 16;
Japanese 20; Other(s) (Australian) 37

INFORMATION
Grade levels K-12
School year August-June
School type church-affiliated, girls only
Year founded 1908
Governed by Society of the Sacred Heart Corporation
Accredited by CIS, Western
Regional organizations EARCOS, ECIS
Enrollment Elementary K-5 236; Middle School 6-8
115; High School 9-12 148; Total 499
Tuition range 1,890,000-2,060,000

One time Fees Registration 300,000


Tuition/fee currency Japanese Yen
Graduates attending college 100%
Graduates have attended U of Pennsylvania,
Princeton U, Sophia U, State U of New York,
Edinburgh U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum International, AP
Average class size Elementary 22; Secondary 25
Language(s) taught French, Japanese
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Librarian, Nurse, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Yearbook, Community Service, Dance, Drama
Sports Cross-Country, Soccer, Tennis, Track and Field,
Volleyball, Basketball
Clubs Student Council, Boosters, Social Service
Council
Examinations SAT, AP, PSAT, ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 2 Hectares, 3 Buildings, 49 Classrooms,
5 Computer Labs, 200 Instructional Computers,
50,000 Library Volumes

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Japan

K. International School Tokyo


Phone 81 3 3642 9993
Fax 81 3 3642 9994
Email info@kist.ed.jp
Website www.kist.ed.jp
Address 1-5-15 Shirakawa, Koto-ku, Tokyo, 135-0021, Japan

STAFF
School Director/Head of School Yoshishige Komaki
Elementary School Principal Kevin Yoshihara

Secondary School Principal Stephen Rothkopf

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day
Year founded 1997
Governed by Board of Directors
Tuition range 1,480,000-1,780,000

One time Fees Registration 300,000; Capital Levy


300,000
Tuition/fee currency Japanese Yen
Graduates attending college 98%
Graduates have attended Princeton U, Stanford U,
Imperial Col London, McGill U, U of Sydney

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum IB, IBPYP, IBMYP
Average class size Elementary 25; Secondary 25
Language(s) taught Japanese
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Librarian, Nurse
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama
Sports Cross-Country, Soccer, Softball, Volleyball,
Baseball, Basketball
Examinations IB

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 1 Hectares, 3 Buildings, 50 Classrooms, 3
Computer Labs, 200 Instructional Computers, 14,000
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Japan

Nishimachi International School


Phone 81 3 3451 5520
Fax 81 3 3456 0197
Website www.nishimachi.ac.jp
Address 2-14-7 Moto Azabu, Minato-ku, Azabu Juban, Tokyo, 106-0046, Japan

STAFF
Head of School Terence Christian
Director of Administration & External Affairs
Shusuke Ishida
Director of Admissions Kiki Jiang Yamaguchi
Director of Development Philippe Eymard
Elementary Principal Wayne Demnar
Middle School Principal Mick Hilleson

Director of Media Center Leanne Mercado


Teaching staff Full time 60; Total 60
Nationalities of teaching staff US 15; UK 5; Japanese
16; Other(s) (Australian, Canadian) 24

INFORMATION
Grade levels K-9
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Accredited by CIS, Western
Regional organizations EARCOS, ECIS

Enrollment Elementary K-5 300; Middle School 6-8


94; High School 9-12 16; Total 410
One time Fees Registration 300,000

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, International
Language(s) taught Japanese, English
Staff specialists Counselor, ESL, Librarian, Nurse
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Computer/Technology, Drama

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Hockey, Martial Arts, Skiing
(Snow), Soccer, Softball, Track and Field, Volleyball,
Badminton, Basketball, Football
Examinations MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 1 Hectares, 7 Buildings, 36 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 325 Instructional Computers, 20,000
Library Volumes

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Japan

Seisen International School


Phone 81 3 3704 2661
Fax 81 3 3701 1033
Email info@seisen.com
Website www.seisen.com
Address 1-12-15 Yoga, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo, 158-0097, Japan

STAFF
School Head Margaret Scott
Business Manager Masaki Kowada
Assistant High School Principal Colette Rogers
Elementary School Principal Sandra Mulligan
High School Principal Suzanne Kawasumi

Kindergarten Principal Sheila ODonoghue


IT Coordinator Douglas Jansen
Teaching staff Full time 70; Part time 17; Total 87
Nationalities of teaching staff US 30; UK 2;
Japanese 13; Other(s) (Canadian, Irish) 42

INFORMATION
Grade levels K-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, church-affiliated, day,
girls only, private non-profit
Year founded 1962
Governed by Seisen Jogakuin Educational
Foundation
Accredited by CIS, New England
Regional organizations EARCOS

Enrollment Elementary K-5 287; Middle School 6-8


168; High School 9-12 165; Total 620
Tuition range 1,035,000-1,940,000
Annual fees Busing 300,000
One time Fees Registration 300,000
Tuition/fee currency Japanese Yen
Graduates attending college 100% (45% US)
Graduates have attended New York U, U of British
Columbia, U of Tokyo, Kings Col London, U of
Sydney

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum IB, IBPYP, IGCSE
Average class size Elementary 18; Secondary 19
Language(s) taught French, Japanese, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Newspaper, Yearbook, Community
Service, Dance, Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Skiing (Snow), Soccer,
Softball, Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field,
Volleyball, Badminton, Basketball, Table Tennis,
Netball, Kickball
Clubs Model UN, National Honor Society, Boosters,
Adventurers, Debate, Speech, Drama, Math,
Brainbowl, Choir
Examinations IOWA, SAT, SAT II, IB, IGCSE, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 1 Hectares, 4 Buildings, 49 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 315 Instructional Computers, 22,600
Library Volumes

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Japan

St. Marys International School


Phone 81 3 3709 3411
Fax 81 3 3707 1950
Email michelj@smis.ac.jp
Website www.smis.ac.jp
Address 1-6-19 Seta, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo, 158-8668, Japan

STAFF
Headmaster Br. Michel Jutras
Business Manager Kunihiko Takamichi
Curriculum Coordinator Linda Wayne
Elementary School Principal Michael DiMuzio
Elementary School Assistant Principal Steve
Tierney
High School Assistant Principal Bonetta Ramsey

High School Principal Saburo Kagei


Middle School Principal James Langholz
IT Program Manager DJ Feldmeyer
Elementary School Librarian Tammy Hays
Teaching staff Full time 91; Part time 25; Total 116
Nationalities of teaching staff US 37; UK 6; Japanese
21; Other(s) (Canadian, Australian) 52

INFORMATION
Grade levels K-12
School year August-June
School type boys only, church-affiliated
Year founded 1954
Governed by School Board
Accredited by CIS, Western
Regional organizations EARCOS, JCIS Japan Council
of International Schools

Enrollment Elementary K-5 420; Middle School 6-8


220; High School 9-12 260; Total 900
One time Fees Registration 300,000; Capital Levy
400,000; Busing 400,000
Tuition/fee currency Japanese Yen
Graduates attending college 100% (95% US)
Graduates have attended Brown U, Columbia U,
Johns Hopkins U, Stanford U, Yale U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, International, IB
Average class size Elementary 20; Secondary 20
Language(s) taught French, Japanese
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Librarian, Nurse
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Drama
Sports Cross-Country, Skiing (Snow), Soccer,
Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field, Baseball,
Basketball, Wrestling
Clubs Leo, Habitat for Humanity, Model UN, Boy
Scouts
Examinations IOWA, SAT, SAT II, TOEFL, IB, PSAT,
ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 9 Hectares, 4 Buildings, 80 Classrooms,
6 Computer Labs, 400 Instructional Computers,
40,000 Library Volumes

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The American School in Japan


Phone 81 422 34 5300
Fax 81 422 34 5308
Email info@asij.ac.jp
Website community.asij.ac.jp
Address 1-1-1, Nomizu, Chofu-shi, Tokyo, 182-0031, Japan

STAFF
Head of School Edwin Ladd
Business Manager Marty Tromburg
Deputy Head of School Timothy Thornton, Ed.D.
Early Learning Center Director Judy Beneventi
Elementary School Principal Daniel J. Bender
High School Principal Rick Weinland
Middle School Principal E. Scott Adams, Ed.D.

Director of Information Technology Eugene Witt


Director of Teaching and Learning & Head of
Library/Media Center Paul ONeill
Teaching staff Full time 149; Part time 4; Total 153
Nationalities of teaching staff US 110; UK 3;
Japanese 11; Other(s) (Canadian) 29

INFORMATION
Grade levels K-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1902
Governed by Board of Trustees
Accredited by Western
Regional organizations EARCOS
Enrollment Elementary K-5 540; Middle School 6-8
350; High School 9-12 510; Grade 13 0; Total 1,400
Tuition range 2,197,000-2,240,940

Annual fees Capital Levy 100,000; Busing 330,000


One time Fees Registration 300,000
Tuition/fee currency Japanese Yen
Graduates attending college 99%
Graduates have attended Harvard U, Massachusetts
Institute of Technology, Stanford U, Tufts U, U of
Chicago

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 22; Secondary 17
Language(s) taught French, Japanese, Mandarin,
Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Librarian, Nurse, Reading Resource, Speech/Hearing
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program, Japanese Studies,
Outdoor Education

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Yearbook, Community Service, Dance, Drama,
Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Golf, Gymnastics, Hockey,
Martial Arts, Soccer, Swimming, Tennis, Track and
Field, Volleyball, Badminton, Baseball, Basketball,
Football
Clubs Habitat for Humanity, COSA, Global Issues
Network, Model UN, Amnesty International,
Kyogen, Speech, Debate, Animal Advocates, Media
Production Network
Examinations Act, SAT, SAT II, TOEFL, AP, PSAT,
MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 6 Hectares, 8 Buildings, 100 Classrooms,
12 Computer Labs, 1,000 Instructional Computers,
70,000 Library Volumes

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Japan

Tokyo International School


Phone 81 3 5484 1160
Fax 81 3 5484 1139
Email tis@tokyois.com
Website www.tokyois.com
Address 3-4-22 Mita Minato-Ku, Tokyo, 108 0073, Japan

STAFF
Head of School Desmond Hurst, Ed.D.
Business Manager Shigeo Otsu
Deputy Head of School Lorraine Izzard, Ed.D.
Founder Patrick Newell
Office Manager Atsumi Fujii
Macintosh Computer Technician & Support Allan
Tsuda

Library Teacher Leanne Windsor, Ed.D.


Teaching staff Full time 44; Part time 5; Total 49
Nationalities of teaching staff US 7; UK 2; Japanese
5; Other(s) (Australian, Canadian) 35

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-8
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, proprietary
Year founded 1996
Governed by Patrick Newell
Accredited by CIS, New England
Regional organizations EARCOS, ECIS

Enrollment PreK 20; Elementary K-5 288; Middle


School 6-8 75; Total 383
Tuition range 1,500,000-1,890,000
Annual fees Busing 340,000
One time Fees Registration 300,000
Tuition/fee currency Japanese Yen

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum International
Average class size Elementary 16
Language(s) taught Japanese
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, Librarian,
Nurse, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Newspaper,


Photography, Community Service, Dance, Drama
Sports Cross-Country, Gymnastics, Hockey, Martial
Arts, Skiing (Snow), Soccer, Swimming, Tennis,
Basketball, Football
Clubs Cooking, Computer, Tennis, Aikido, Karate,
Drama, Spanish, Photography, Floor Hockey, Dance

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 2 Hectares, 1 Buildings, 23 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 200 Instructional Computers, 1,000
Library Volumes
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Japan

Saint Maur International School


Phone 81 45 641 5751
Fax 81 45 641 6688
Email office@stmaur.ac.jp
Website www.stmaur.ac.jp
Address 83 Yamate-cho, Naka-ku, Yokohama, 231-8654, Japan

STAFF
School Head Jeanette Thomas
Deputy School Head & Student Services Head
Catherine O. Endo
Director of Admissions Richard B. Rucci
Director of Alumni Relations & Services Yong-Lang
Kwan
Elementary School Principal Cassandra Kitani

Executive Director of Curriculum & Professional


Development Jennifer Robinson
Secondary School Principal Trent Citrano
Head of Technology Chase King
Head Librarian Jennifer Schumacher
Teaching staff Full time 61; Part time 7; Total 68
Nationalities of teaching staff US 17; UK 11; Japanese
9; Other(s) (Australian, British) 31

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, church-affiliated, day,
private non-profit
Year founded 1872
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by CIS, New England
Regional organizations EARCOS, JCIS, NAMTA
Enrollment PreK 43; Elementary K-5 135; Middle
School 6-8 110; High School 9-12 105; Total 393

Tuition range 1,202,000-2,107,000


One time Fees Registration 20,000
Tuition/fee currency Japanese Yen
Graduates attending college 99% (100% US)
Graduates have attended U of British Columbia,
International Christian U, Boston U, McGill U, U of
the Arts London

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, UK, International, IB, AP,
IGCSE, Trinity College of Music, IPC, Lions Quest
International
Average class size Elementary 15; Secondary 20
Language(s) taught French, Japanese, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Reading Resource

Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,


Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology
Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/
Expeditions, Community Service, Dance, Drama
Sports Cross-Country, Soccer, Tennis, Track and Field,
Volleyball, Baseball, Basketball
Clubs Art, Ping-Pong, Jazz Band, Band, Choir, Science
Examinations IOWA, SAT, TOEFL, AP, IB, IGCSE,
PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Rural
Campus 1 Hectares, 6 Buildings, 34 Classrooms, 6
Computer Labs,

188 Mac/Pc, 38 Ipads, 18,566 Library Volumes and


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Japan

Yokohama International School


Phone 81 45 622 0084
Fax 81 45 621 0379
Email yis@yis.ac.jp
Website www.yis.ac.jp
Address 258 Yamate-cho, Naka-ku, Yokohama, Kanagawa, 231-0862, Japan

STAFF
Head of School James MacDonald
Business Manager Chiyoka Kurahone
Elementary School Principal Jacqueline Pender
Head of Academics Dennis Stanworth
Head of School Operations Robert Pomeroy

Secondary Principal John Snowball


Information Technology Director Stephen Lehman
Teaching staff Full time 85; Total 85
Nationalities of teaching staff US 17; UK 16;
Japanese 12; Other(s) (Canadian, Australian) 40

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1924
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by CIS, New England
Regional organizations EARCOS
Enrollment PreK 32; Elementary K-5 239; Middle
School 6-8 154; High School 9-12 227; Total 652
Tuition range 1,050,000-2,390,000

One time Fees Registration 800,000


Tuition/fee currency Japanese Yen
Graduates attending college 95% (60% US)
Graduates have attended Princeton U, U of Toronto,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Durham U, U
of British Columbia

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum International, IB, IBPYP, IBMYP
Average class size Elementary 15; Secondary 18
Language(s) taught Dutch, French, German,
Japanese, Mandarin, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Psychologist, Reading
Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, 1:1 Laptop
Program, Business Studies, Japanese Music

Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,


Literary Magazine, Yearbook, Community Service,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Hockey, Soccer, Tennis, Track
and Field, Volleyball, Baseball, Basketball
Clubs Model UN, Student Council, Brainbowl, Green,
Skateboard
Examinations SAT, SAT II, GCSE, IB, IGCSE, PSAT, ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 1 Hectares, 9 Buildings, 68 Classrooms,
1 Computer Labs, 600 Instructional Computers,
29,000 Library Volumes

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JORDAN
Area: 89,342 sq km
Population: 6,508,887
Capital: Amman
Currency: Jordanian Dinar
Languages: Arabic, English

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American Community School Amman,


Jordan
Phone 962 6 581 3944
Fax 962 6 582 3357
Email school@acsamman.edu.jo
Website www.acsamman.edu.jo
Address P.O.Box 310, Dahiat Al-Amir Rashid, Amman, 11831, Jordan

STAFF
Superintendent Larry McIlvain
Business Manager Hamdi Hamdi
Elementary & ECE Principal Diana OLeary
Elementary School Counselor Pam Pellicia
Guidance Counselor Tom Pellicia
High School Principal Steve Mancuso
Middle School Principal Rhonda Isley

Technology Coordinator Wayne Beyer


Librarian Samar Abu Ghazaleh
Teaching staff Full time 60; Part time 15; Total 75
Nationalities of teaching staff US 60; Jordanian 10;
Other(s) (Canadian) 5

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year September-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1955
Governed by Board
Accredited by Middle States
Regional organizations NESA
Enrollment PreK 45; Elementary K-5 215; Middle
School 6-8 160; High School 9-12 200; Total 620
Tuition range 7,000-17,220

Annual fees Registration 1,500; Busing 1,500


One time Fees Capital Levy 4,500
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100% (100% US)
Graduates have attended American U, U of British
Colombia, Boston U, Northeastern U, Georgetown U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 22; Secondary 22
Language(s) taught Arabic, French, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Yearbook,
Community Service, Dance, Drama, Environmental
Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Martial Arts, Soccer,
Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball,
Badminton, Basketball
Clubs Arabic, Student Council, National Junior
Honor Society, National Honor Society, Model UN,
Community Outreach, Leadership, Forensics &
Debate, Drama
Examinations Act, SAT, SAT II, AP, PSAT, MAP, SRI

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 9 Hectares, 6 Buildings, 62 Classrooms, 5
Computer Labs, 320 Instructional Computers, 28,000
Library Volumes

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Jordan

Amman Baccalaureate School


Phone 962 6 541 1572
Fax 962 6 541 2603
Email ghada_saifi@abs.edu.jo
Website www.abs.edu.jo
Address P.O. Box 441, Sweileh, Amman, 11910, Jordan

STAFF
Principal Stuart Bryan
Bursar Jorgen Hoeven
Head of IB Diploma College Cathy Souob
Head of Junior School Nora Shrydeh
Head of Middle Years School Bassma Nimri
Vice Principal Riham Kawar
Director of Educational Resources Christopher Webb

Head of Library & Media Center Maysa Al Haddadeh


Teaching staff Full time 161; Part time 15; Total 176
Nationalities of teaching staff US 10; UK 12;
Jordanian 143; Other(s) (Canadian, Australian) 11

INFORMATION
Grade levels K-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1981
Governed by Board of Trustees
Accredited by CIS, New England
Regional organizations ECIS, NESA
Enrollment Elementary K-5 546; Middle School 6-8
258; High School 9-12 360; Total 1,164
Tuition range 4,255-10,630

Annual fees Busing 650


One time Fees Registration 1,050
Tuition/fee currency Jordanian Dinar
Graduates attending college 100% (100% US)
Graduates have attended Massachusetts Institute
of Technology, Stanford U, U of Pennsylvania, McGill
U, Yale U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/
Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Gymnastics, Hockey, Rugby, Soccer, Softball,
Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball, Badminton,
Basketball, Football
Clubs Amman Model UN, Round Square,
Environmental, Community Service, Music,
Performing Arts, Visual Arts
Examinations Act, SAT, IB, PSAT

Curriculum National, IB, IBPYP, IBMYP


Average class size Elementary 25; Secondary 18
Language(s) taught Arabic, French, Mandarin,
Spanish, English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Librarian, Math Resource, Nurse, Physician,
Psychologist, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 9 Hectares, 5 Buildings, 57 Classrooms, 5
Computer Labs, 237 Instructional Computers, 50,000
Library Volumes

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Jordan

Modern American School


Phone 962 6 5862779 or 5810027
Fax 962 6 5816860
Email admin@modernamericanschool.com
Website www.modernamericanschool.com
Address P.O. Box 950553 Sweifieh, Code No 11195, Amman - Sweifieh, 11195, Jordan

STAFF
Principal Omaya Zamel
Head of Finance Naser Zetawi
Director of International Office & Admissions
Rumiana Nuseibeh
Head of Elementary Angela Nusheiwat
Principal of Kindergarten Angelica Foose
Principal of Middle School Eric Werner

Senior School Principal Dr. Thursenia De-Hart Porter


Head of IT Hala El-As
Chief Librarian Maysa Quteineh
Teaching staff Full time 144; Part time 9; Total 153
Nationalities of teaching staff US 28; UK 14;
Jordanian 92; Other(s) 19

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year September-June
School type coeducational, day, proprietary
Year founded 1986
Governed by Board of Trustees
Accredited by North Central
Regional organizations ECIS, NESA
Enrollment Nursery 22; PreK 147; Elementary K-5
401; Middle School 6-8 211; High School 9-12 278;
Total 1,059

Tuition range 3,675-8,500


Annual fees Insurance 200; Busing 750; Books 500
One time Fees Registration 500
Tuition/fee currency Jordanian Dinar
Graduates attending college 99%
Graduates have attended U of Toronto, U of
California, Massachusetts Institute of Technology,
Imperial Col London, American U of Beirut

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 23; Secondary 22
Language(s) taught Arabic, French
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Physician
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Newspaper, Photography, Yearbook,
Community Service, Dance, Drama, Environmental
Conservation
Sports Gymnastics, Soccer, Swimming, Volleyball,
Badminton, Basketball, Football, Martial Arts
Clubs Environment, Photography, Friends to the
Library
Examinations SAT, TOEFL, AP, PSAT, SATII

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban

Campus 2 Buildings, 4 Computer Labs, 25,000


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Jordan

The International Academy - Amman


Phone 962 06 5502055
Fax 962 06 5502052
Email hr@iaa.edu.jo
Website www.iaa.edu.jo
Address Saad Khair Street, King Hussein Parks, Amman, 11814, Jordan

STAFF
Director Hana Kanan
Finance Manager Abdullah Arabiat
Deputy Director for Business & Finance Reem Abu
Harb
Deputy Director for Curriculum & Students Affairs
Christine Anne Marzouk
Primary Principal Martin Blackburn

Secondary Principal Ronald Smith


IT Manager Azzam Jarrad
Head of Libraries James Craig
Teaching staff Full time 135; Part time 9; Total 144
Nationalities of teaching staff US 14; UK 20;
Jordanian 91; Other(s) (Australian, Canadian) 19

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 2004
Governed by Board of Directors
Regional organizations ECIS, ISS, CIS, MEIBA
Enrollment PreK 150; Elementary K-5 377; Middle
School 6-8 208; High School 9-12 155; Total 890

Tuition range 5,530-13,490


Annual fees Busing 1,045; Lunch 960; Books 500 850
One time Fees Registration 1,400
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100% (40% US)

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum UK, IB, IBMYP
Average class size Elementary 25; Secondary 25
Language(s) taught Arabic, Spanish, English
Language(s) of instruction English, Arabic - Primary
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Math Resource, Nurse
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology, Theory of Knowledge

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Gymnastics, Soccer, Swimming, Track and
Field, Volleyball, Badminton, Basketball
Clubs After School Activities Programme (Primary
and Secondary)
Examinations SAT, SAT II, IB, PSAT, ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 11 Hectares, 5 Buildings, 69 Classrooms, 6
Computer Labs, 125 Instructional Computers, 70,283
Library Volumes

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Madaba

Jordan

Kings Academy
Phone 962 6 430 0230
Fax 962 6 430 0259
Email employment@kingsacademy.edu.jo
Website www.kingsacademy.edu.jo
Address P.O. Box 9, Madaba-Manja, 16188, Jordan

STAFF
Headmaster John Austin
Director of Finance & Legal Affairs Randa Qunsol
CFO & Deputy Headmaster Dana Adwan
Dean of Students & Deputy Headmaster Julianne
Puente
Dean of the Faculty & Deputy Headmster Sheena
Nabholz

Director of Educational Technology Ali Shameem


Director of Hrh Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al
Maktoum Library Huda Abbas
Teaching staff Full time 97; Part time 7; Total 104
Nationalities of teaching staff US 39; Jordanian 39;
Other(s) (American, Canadian) 26

INFORMATION
Grade levels 9-12
School year September-June
School type boarding, coeducational, day, private
non-profit
Year founded 2007
Governed by The Kings Academy Board of Trustees
Accredited by CIS, New England
Regional organizations NESA
Enrollment High School 9-12 430; Total 430
Tuition range 23,200-34,400

Annual fees Boarding 5-day 30,550; Boarding, 7-day


34,400
One time Fees Registration 5,000
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 99% (70% US)
Graduates have attended Harvard U, Stanford U,
Yale U, Columbia U, Brown U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum International, AP
Average class size Secondary 15
Language(s) taught Arabic, French, Mandarin,
Spanish, English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Physician, Reading
Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Rugby, Soccer, Squash,
Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball,
Badminton, Basketball
Clubs Green, Model UN, Robotics, Debate, Theater,
Round Square, Art, Film, Student Government
Examinations Act, A-level GCE, SAT, SAT II, TOEFL,
AP, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 58 Hectares, 33 Buildings, 40 Classrooms, 1
Computer Lab, One-to-One Laptops, 28,000 Library
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KAZAKHSTAN
Area: 2,724,900 sq km
Population: 17,522,010
Capital: Astana
Currency: Tenge
Languages: Kazakh (Qazaq), Russian

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Aktau

Kazakhstan

QSI International School of Aktau


Phone 8 7292 52 62 74
Email aktau@qsi.org
Website www.qsi.org/akt_home/akt_home.htm
Address Micro District #2, Building 74, Aktau, 130000, Kazakhstan

STAFF
Director Samuel Thomas
IT Teacher & Manager Ivan Litvin
Librarian & Russian Teacher Marina Dmitrichenko
Teaching staff Full time 5; Part time 5; Total 10

Nationalities of teaching staff US 5; Kazakhstani 5

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-8
School year September-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 2006
Governed by Quality Schools International
Accredited by Middle States
Regional organizations CEESA

Enrollment PreK 8; Elementary K-5 20; Middle


School 6-8 3; Total 31
Annual fees Capital Levy 1,600
One time Fees Registration 300
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, International
Average class size Elementary 8
Language(s) taught Russian
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, ESL, Librarian, Nurse

Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,


Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology
Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/
Expeditions
Sports Soccer, Softball, Volleyball, Basketball
Examinations MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 1 Hectares, 2 Buildings, 8 Classrooms, 1
Computer Labs, 15 Instructional Computers, 2,000
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Almaty

Kazakhstan

Almaty International School (QSI)


Phone 7 727 381-87-10/11/20
Fax 7 727 381-86-11
Email almaty@qsi.org
Website almaty.qsischool.org
Address 185 Auezov St., Kalkaman Village, Auezov District, Almaty, 050006, Kazakhstan

STAFF
Director Bruce Kleven
Business Manager Olga Duncan
Coordinator of Athletics & Activities Glenn
Chapman
Counselor Diana Smith
Director of Instruction - Elementary Eben Plese
Director of Instruction - Secondary Matt Matterson

IT Department Head Frank Southfield


Librarian Allen Chase
Teaching staff Full time 63; Part time 1; Total 64
Nationalities of teaching staff US 44; UK 1;
Kazakhstani 19

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1993
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by Middle States
Regional organizations CEESA
Enrollment PreK 33; Elementary K-5 226; Middle
School 6-8 144; High School 9-12 136; Total 539
Tuition range 7,000-18,000

Annual fees Capital Levy 1,600; Busing 1,800; Lunch


770
One time Fees Registration 400
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100% (85% US)
Graduates have attended Harvard U, George
Washington U, New York U, West Point Academy,
John Hopkins U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 15; Secondary 15
Language(s) taught French, Russian, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Librarian, Nurse, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Yearbook, Community Service, Drama
Sports Soccer, Tennis, Volleyball, Basketball,
Football
Clubs Math, Student Store, Model UN, National
Honor Society
Examinations Act, AP, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 57 Hectares, 2 Buildings, 49 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 133 Instructional Computers, 23,771
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Almaty

Kazakhstan

Miras International School - Almaty


Phone 7 727 2 551025
Fax 7 727 2 551151
Email secretary@almaty.miras.kz
Website www.miras.kz
Address 190 Al-Farabi Avenue, Almaty, Kazakhstan

STAFF
Head of School Irina Vlasyants
Primary School Principal Patricia Scott
Secondary School Principal Neil Creek
Head of IT Department Yuriy Telyuk

Librarian Gulnara Urazova


Teaching staff Full time 101; Part time 12; Total 113
Nationalities of teaching staff US 1; UK 4;
Kazakhstani 70; Other(s) (British, Irish) 38

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year September-May
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1999
Governed by Nursultan Nazarbaev Educational
Foundation
Accredited by CIS, New England
Regional organizations ECIS, UNESCO

Enrollment Nursery 34; PreK 55; Elementary K-5 271;


Middle School 6-8 99; High School 9-12 121; Grade 13
0; Total 580
Tuition range 1,000,000-2,500,000
One time Fees Registration 250,000
Tuition/fee currency Kazakhstan Tenge
Graduates attending college 100% (10% US)
Graduates have attended U of Rochester, U of
Glasgow, U of Richmond, Syracuse U, Kazakhstan
Institute of Management

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum IB, IBPYP, IBMYP
Average class size Elementary 20; Secondary 20
Language(s) taught French, Russian
Language(s) of instruction English, Russian, Kazakh
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Librarian, Nurse, Physician, Psychologist, Reading
Resource, Speech/Hearing
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Yearbook, Community Service, Dance, Drama
Sports Hockey, Skiing (Snow), Soccer, Swimming,
Tennis, Volleyball, Basketball, Cricket, Football
Examinations IB

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 7 Hectares, 5 Buildings, 57 Classrooms, 5
Computer Labs, 100 Instructional Computers, 35,000
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Astana

Kazakhstan

QSI International School of Astana


Phone 7 7172 978 367
Fax 7 7172 978 368
Email astana@qsi.org
Website www.qsi.org/ast_home/ast_home.htm
Address 21 Akyn Sara Street, Komsomolskiy Village, Astana, 010000, Kazakhstan

STAFF
Director Sandra Smith
Business Office Manager Vlad Shorikov
Director of Instruction John Cloyed
Library Administrator Gulmira Kussainova

Teaching staff Full time 22; Part time 6; Total 28


Nationalities of teaching staff US 12; UK 1;
Kazakhstani 12; Other(s) (Indian) 3

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 2005
Governed by Advisory Board
Accredited by Middle States
Regional organizations CEESA
Enrollment PreK 20; Elementary K-5 65; Middle
School 6-8 25; High School 9-12 20; Total 130
Tuition range 6,500-21,000

Annual fees Busing 2,200; Lunch 800


One time Fees Registration 300
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100% (54% US)
Graduates have attended George Washington U, U
of Minnesota, Haverford Col, Carlton Col, Grinnel Col

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 10; Secondary 5
Language(s) taught Russian
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Physician, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Vocal
Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Newspaper, Photography, Yearbook,
Community Service, Dance, Drama, Environmental
Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Soccer, Swimming, Tennis,
Volleyball, Basketball
Clubs Art, Band
Examinations SAT, Stanford, AP, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 1 Hectares, 5 Buildings, 32 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 40 Instructional Computers, 11,000
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Atyrau

Kazakhstan

Dostyk American International School


Phone 7 7122 209203
Email info@daiskz.org
Website daiskz.org
Address Dostyk Village, 37 Vladimirskaya Street, Atyrau, 060011, Kazakhstan
Mailing Address (Atyrau Pouch Mail), P.O. Box 6066, San Ramon, California, 94583, United States

STAFF
Director Dr. Raul Hinojosa
Media Specialist Raphael Raphael, Ph.D.
Support Specialist Patricia Hinojosa
Teaching staff Full time 9; Part time 2; Total 11

Nationalities of teaching staff US 7; Kazakhstani 1;


Other(s) (Canadian) 3

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-8
School year August-June
School type coeducational, company-sponsored, day
Year founded 2002
Governed by International Schools Services
Accredited by Middle States
Regional organizations NESA

Enrollment PreK 10; Elementary K-5 44; Middle


School 6-8 19; Total 73
One time Fees Registration 5,000
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US
Average class size Elementary 13; Secondary 13
Language(s) taught Russian, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Librarian
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Vocal Music, Computer/Technology, 1:1 Laptop
Program

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Photography, Yearbook, Dance,
Environmental Conservation
Sports Soccer, Swimming, Tennis, Volleyball
Clubs Girl Scouts, Student Council
Examinations MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 2 Hectares, 2 Buildings, 10 Classrooms, 1
Computer Labs, 90 Instructional Computers, 8,500
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Atyrau

Kazakhstan

QSI International School of Atyrau


Phone 8 712 232 1751 /52/53
Fax 8 712 232 1751 /52/53
Email atyrau@qsi.org
Website www.qsi.org/atr_home/atr_home.htm
Address 163, Mamekuly St., Atyrau, 060002, Kazakhstan

STAFF
Director Frank Underhill, Ph.D.
Director of Instruction Glenn Chapman
Librarian Heather Chapman
Teaching staff Full time 24; Part time 4; Total 28

Nationalities of teaching staff US 17; UK 1;


Kazakhstani 4; Other(s) (Dutch, Italian) 6

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 2007
Governed by Quality Schools International
Accredited by Middle States
Enrollment PreK 36; Elementary K-5 93; Middle
School 6-8 15; High School 9-12 11; Total 155

Tuition range 17,000-41,000


Annual fees Capital Levy 1,600
One time Fees Registration 300
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100% (50% US)
Graduates have attended Colorado State U, Simon
Frazier U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 12; Secondary 5
Language(s) taught Dutch, Italian, Russian
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists ESL, Librarian, Nurse
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Photography, Yearbook, Community
Service, Dance, Drama
Sports Soccer, Volleyball, Badminton, Basketball
Clubs Games, Computers, Reading, Cooking, Crafts,
Multimedia, Web Design, Yearbook, Painting, Global
Issues Network
Examinations Act, SAT, AP, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban

Campus 1 Hectares, 4 Buildings, 23 Classrooms, 30


Instructional Computers, 16,000 Library Volumes

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KENYA
Area: 580,367 sq km
Population: 43,013,341
Capital: Nairobi
Currency: Kenyan Shilling
Languages: English, Kiswahili, native languages

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Kijabe

Kenya

Rift Valley Academy


Phone 254 20 3246 249
Fax 254 20 3246 111
Email rva@kijabe.net
Website www.rva.org
Address PO Box 80, Kijabe, 00220, Kenya

STAFF
Superintendent Tim Cook
Director of Finance Linda Jander
Dean of Men Jeff Hazard
Dean of Women Deb Ort
Director of Student Guidance Alan Bouchard
Elementary Principal John Haynes
High School Principal Tim Hall

IT Department Head Dave Tilly


Library Head Sara Bouchard
Teaching staff Full time 27; Part time 18; Total 45
Nationalities of teaching staff US 35; UK 1; Kenyan
1; Other(s) (Canadian) 8

INFORMATION
Grade levels K-12
School year September-July
School type boarding, coeducational
Year founded 1906
Governed by School Board
Accredited by Middle States
Enrollment Elementary K-5 75; Middle School 6-8
120; High School 9-12 305; Total 500

Tuition range 143,000-456,600


Annual fees Boarding 7-day 326,000; Capital Levy
200,000
One time Fees Registration 3,500
Tuition/fee currency Kenyan Shilling
Graduates attending college 95%
Graduates have attended Harvard U, Wake Forest U,
Princeton U, Stanford U, John Brown U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 20; Secondary 25
Language(s) taught French, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Psychologist, Reading
Resource

Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,


Vocational, Instrumental Music, Vocal Music,
Computer/Technology
Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,
Yearbook, Community Service, Drama
Sports Hockey, Rugby, Soccer, Tennis, Volleyball,
Basketball
Examinations Act, SAT, TOEFL, AP, PSAT, Stanford

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Rural
Campus 30 Hectares, 75 Buildings, 24 Classrooms, 4
Computer Labs, 92 Instructional Computers, 18,000
Library Volumes
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Nairobi

Kenya

International School of Kenya


Phone 254 20 209 1308
Fax 254 20 418 3272
Email isk_admin@isk.ac.ke
Website www.isk.ac.ke
Address P.O. Box 14103, Kirawa Road, Nairobi, 00800, Kenya

STAFF
Director John Roberts
Business Manager Moez Jiwani
Curriculum Coordinator Jodi Lake
Director of Human Resources & Administration
Sharon Wanyee
Elementary School Principal Patricia Salleh Matta
High School Principal Rob Blanchard

Middle School Principal Craig Baker


Technology Coordinator Phil Bloomstein
Library & Media Center Coordinator Barbara Jones
Teaching staff Full time 88; Part time 13; Total 101
Nationalities of teaching staff US 47; UK 12; Kenyan
17; Other(s) (American, Canadian) 25

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1976
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by CIS, Middle States
Regional organizations AISA, ECIS
Enrollment PreK 14; Elementary K-5 308; Middle
School 6-8 215; High School 9-12 314; Total 851
Tuition range 10,450-20,895

Annual fees Busing 1,800


One time Fees Registration 175; Capital Levy 6,000
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 99% (40% US)
Graduates have attended Amherst Col, Duke U,
London School of Economics, U of St. Andrews, U of
Michigan

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/
Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Photography,
Yearbook, Community Service, Dance, Drama,
Environmental Conservation
Sports Hockey, Rugby, Soccer, Swimming, Tennis,
Track and Field, Volleyball, Basketball, Cricket
Clubs National Honor Society, Students for
Environment, Games, Homework, Interact, Habitat
for Humanity, Book, Global Issues Network, Peer
Helpers, Pride
Examinations SAT, SAT II, IB, PSAT, ISA

Curriculum US, IB
Average class size Elementary 18; Secondary 22
Language(s) taught French, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Learning Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Physician,
Psychologist, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 25 Hectares, 34 Buildings, 90 Classrooms, 4
Computer Labs, 180 Instructional Computers, 25,000
Library Volumes

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Nairobi

Kenya

Rosslyn Academy
Phone 254 020 7122407
Fax 254 020 7121306
Email info@rosslynacademy.com
Website rosslynacademy.org
Address PO Box 14146, Nairobi, 00800, Kenya

STAFF
Superintendent Gary Nipper
Accountant Simon Githinji
Director of Development & Operations Don
McGavran
Elementary School Principal Stephanie Weeks

High School Principal Don Mercer


Middle School Principal Tim Chute Ed.D.
IT Coordinator Alan Davis
Media Department Head Donna Kranik

INFORMATION
Grade levels K-12
School year August-May
School type coeducational, church-affiliated
Year founded 1948
Governed by Board of Governors
Accredited by Middle States
Regional organizations AISA

Tuition/fee currency US Dollar


Graduates attending college 98%
Graduates have attended LeTourneau U, U of
California- Berkeley, Wheaton Col

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 25; Secondary 26
Language(s) taught French, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Reading Resource

Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,


Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology
Extra curricular programs Yearbook, Drama
Sports Hockey, Rugby, Soccer, Swimming, Tennis,
Track and Field, Volleyball, Baseball, Basketball
Examinations Act, SAT, SAT II, AP, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 16 Hectares, 12 Buildings, 38 Classrooms, 4
Computer Labs, 140 Instructional Computers, 14,082
Library Volumes
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KOREA, REPUBLIC OF

KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
Area: 99,720 sq km
Population: 48,860,500
Capital: Seoul
Currency: South Korean Won
Languages: Korean, English

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Bundang

Korea, Republic of

Korea International School


Phone 82 31 789 0509
Fax 82 31 748 0509
Email scathers@kis.or.kr
Website www.kis.or.kr
Address 373-6 Baekhyun-dong, Bundang-gu, Seongnam, 463-420, Korea, Republic of

STAFF
Director Steve Cathers
Director of Business Operations Daniel Choi
Elementary Principal Patrick Rich
High School Principal David Christenbury
KIS Jeju Principal/Director Jeff Beedy
Middle School Principal Richard Nies
IT Coordinator Bruce Roadside

Library Media Specialist Kris Feller


Teaching staff Full time 172; Total 172
Nationalities of teaching staff US 137; Korea,
Republic of 5; Other(s) (Canadian, Australian) 30

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year August-June
School type boarding, coeducational, day, private
non-profit
Year founded 2000
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by Western
Regional organizations EARCOS
Enrollment Nursery 20; PreK 34; Elementary K-5 571;
Middle School 6-8 487; High School 9-12 388; Total
1,500

Tuition range 20,800-28,000


Annual fees Busing 1,700
One time Fees Registration 800; Capital Levy 3,000;
Books 150
Graduates attending college 99% (98% US)
Graduates have attended Princeton U, Georgetown
U, New York U, U of California- Berkeley, U of
Pennsylvania, Duke U, U of California- Los Angeles,
Amherst Col, Carnegie Mellon U, Cornell U, Johns
Hopkins U, Tufts U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 18; Secondary 15
Language(s) taught French, Mandarin, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Reading Resource,
Speech/Hearing
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Soccer, Squash, Swimming,
Tennis, Volleyball, Basketball
Clubs Phoenix TV, Model UN, Habitat for Humanity,
National Honor Society, Jazz Band, Student Council,
Speech & Debate, Visual Impact, Style & Design
Examinations SAT, SAT II, AP, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 1 Hectares, 7 Buildings, 100 Classrooms, 4
Computer Labs & 8 Mobile Labs, 1,140 Instructional
Computers, 28,000 Library Volumes
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Busan

Korea, Republic of

Busan International Foreign School


Phone 82 51 742 3332
Fax 82 51 742 3375
Email enquiries@bifskorea.org
Website www.bifskorea.org
Address 50 Gijang-daero, Gijang-eup, Gijang-gun, Busan, 619-902, Korea, Republic of

STAFF
Principal Stephen Palmer
Finance Manager Mi Kyung Kang
Head of Early Learning Center Karen Norris
Head of Elementary School Kevin Smith
Head of Middle & High School Alistair Roland
Head of School Management Jeff Blackband
Head of ICT Carina Jader

Head of Library Services Ivan Loste


Teaching staff Full time 61; Total 61
Nationalities of teaching staff US 12; UK 17; Korea,
Republic of 5; Other(s) (Canadian, Australian) 27

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1983
Governed by Board of Governors
Accredited by CIS, Western
Regional organizations EARCOS
Enrollment Nursery 10; PreK 60; Elementary K-5 160;
Middle School 6-8 95; High School 9-12 92; Total 417
Tuition range 5,800-22,000

Annual fees Busing 2,000 - 3,500; Lunch 850 - 1,350


One time Fees Registration 250; Capital Levy 2,000
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100% (90% US)
Graduates have attended Purdue U, Imperial
Col London, Paris Sorbonne U, New York U, U of
California- San Diego

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum IB, IBPYP, IBMYP, AP, IGCSE
Average class size Elementary 15; Secondary 18
Language(s) taught Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Librarian, Nurse, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Newspaper, Photography, Yearbook,
Community Service, Dance, Drama
Sports Cross-Country, Gymnastics, Hockey, Soccer,
Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball, Badminton,
Basketball, Football
Clubs Ceramics, Orchestra, String Group, Choir,
Yearbook, Sports, Crafts, Debating
Examinations SAT, IB, IGCSE, PSAT, ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 3 Hectares, 4 Buildings, 26 Classrooms, 3
Computer Labs, 220 Instructional Computers, 17,000
Library Volumes

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Daegu

Korea, Republic of

Daegu International School


Phone 82 10 53 985 1212
Email mgrice@dis.or.kr
Website www.dis.or.kr
Address 1555 Bongmu-dong, Dong gu, Daegu, 701-170, Korea, Republic of

STAFF
Headmaster Mark Grice
Business Manager Doyle Choo
Principal Gary Odom
Teaching staff Full time 34; Part time 1; Total 35

Nationalities of teaching staff US 30; Korea,


Republic of 1; Other(s) (Canadian, Chinese) 4

INFORMATION
Grade levels K-12
School year August-June
School type boarding, coeducational, day
Year founded 2010
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by New England

Enrollment Elementary K-5 100; Middle School 6-8


100; High School 9-12 70; Total 270
Tuition range 18,000-25,000
Annual fees Boarding 7-day 12,000; Busing 2,200
One time Fees Registration 250
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US
Average class size Elementary 12; Secondary 12
Language(s) taught Mandarin, Spanish
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, Librarian,
Nurse, Physician
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service
Sports Cross-Country, Soccer, Tennis, Volleyball,
Badminton, Basketball
Clubs Robotics, Red Cross, National Honor Society,
National Junior Honor Society
Examinations SAT, SAT II, AP, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 1 Hectares, 5 Buildings, 29 Classrooms, 1
Computer Labs, 120 Instructional Computers, 5,000
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Daejeon

Korea, Republic of

Taejon Christian International School


Phone 82 42 620 9000
Fax 82 42 620 9010
Email tcisinfo@tcis.or.kr
Website www.tcis.or.kr
Address 709 Yong-Son Dong, Yuseong-Gu, Daejeon, 305 500, Korea, Republic of

STAFF
Head of School Dr. Thomas Penland
Business Administrator Lee Smith
Assistant Principal Timo Gobius
Assistant Principal Mike Moimoi
Elementary Principal George Zickefoose
Residence Program Directors Brent Frazier & Larry
Smith

Secondary Principal Mark Pleasants


Assistant Head of School Dr. Ryan Roberts
Teaching staff Full time 88; Part time 5; Total 93
Nationalities of teaching staff US 59; Korea,
Republic of 12; Other(s) (Canadian, Australian) 22

INFORMATION
Grade levels K-12
School year August-June
School type boarding, coeducational
Year founded 1958
Governed by Board of Trustees
Accredited by Western
Regional organizations EARCOS
Enrollment Elementary K-5 102; Middle School 6-8
105; High School 9-12 341; Total 548
Tuition range 18,260-27,000

Annual fees Boarding 7-day 13,225; Busing 1,800;


Lunch 640
One time Fees Capital Levy 3,636
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 95% (95% US)
Graduates have attended U of Pennsylvania,
Northwestern U, Brown U, Duke U, Cornell U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, IB, IBPYP, IBMYP
Average class size Elementary 15; Secondary 18
Language(s) taught Mandarin, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Golf, Rugby, Soccer,
Swimming, Tennis, Volleyball, Basketball
Clubs Amnesty International, Environmental,
Spanish, Mandarin, Korean, National Honor Society,
Student Council, Key
Examinations SAT, SAT II, TOEFL, IB, PSAT, ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 4.5 Hectares, 4 Buildings, 45 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 350 Instructional Computers, 11,000
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Jeju

Korea, Republic of

Korea International School, Jeju


Phone 82-64-741-0504
Fax 82-64-741-0517
Email dlee@kis.ac
Website www.kis.or.kr
Address San 11 Global Education City, Gueok-Ri, Daejung-Eup, Seogwipo-Si, Jeju-Do, 699-931, Korea

STAFF
Administrative Director David Lee
Technology Specialist Ian Craig
Libray Specialist Wendy Wagner
Teaching staff Full time 60; Part time 15; Total 75

Nationalities of teaching staff US 55; UK 2; Korea,


Republic of 10; Other(s) (Canadian) 8

INFORMATION
Grade levels 1-9
School year August-June
School type boarding, coeducational, companysponsored, day, proprietary
Year founded 2011
Governed by YBM
Regional organizations EARCOS

Enrollment Elementary K-5 200; Middle School 6-8


200; High School 9-12 70; Total 470
Tuition range 17,000-18,000
Annual fees Registration 18,000; Boarding 7-day
12,000
One time Fees Capital Levy 3,000; Books 300
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US
Average class size Elementary 20; Secondary 20
Language(s) taught Mandarin, Spanish, English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Librarian, Math Resource, Nurse, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Golf, Martial Arts, Soccer, Softball,
Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball,
Badminton, Baseball, Basketball, Football
Examinations SAT, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Rural
Campus 3.9 Hectares, 3 Buildings, 65 Classrooms,
3 Computer Labs, 400 Instructional Computers,
25,000 Library Volumes

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Pyongtaek

Korea, Republic of

International Christian School-Pyongtaek


Phone 82 31 651 1376
Fax 82 31 653 1375
Email TadRomsa@nics.org
Website www.icsptk.org
Address Shin-Dae Dong 367-3, Pyongtaek-Si, Kyunggi Do, Pyongtaek, 450-820, Korea,

STAFF
Director Tad Romsa
Business Manager Mylene Haselman
Athletic Director Jason Lantz
Lead Teacher Meredith Holder

IT Coordinator John Richards


Librarian Laurie Zanger
Teaching staff Full time 24; Total 24
Nationalities of teaching staff US 24

INFORMATION
Grade levels K-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1990
Governed by Administration
Accredited by Western
Regional organizations EARCOS
Tuition range 10,000,000-12,000,000

Annual fees Registration 450,000


One time Fees Capital Levy 2,000,000
Tuition/fee currency South-Korean Won
Graduates attending college 90% (90% US)
Graduates have attended Syracuse U, Pepperdine U,
Stony Brook U, Northwestern U, Azusa Pacific U, U of
California- Davis, Binghampton U, U of Washington

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US
Average class size Elementary 20; Secondary 20
Language(s) taught Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, ESL, Librarian
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Vocal Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,


Yearbook, Community Service, Drama
Sports Soccer, Volleyball, Basketball
Clubs Cheerleading
Examinations SAT, SAT II, Stanford, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 1 Buildings, 18 Classrooms, 2 Computer
Labs, 40 Instructional Computers, 7,000 Library
Volumes
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Seogwipo

Korea, Republic of

Branksome Hall Asia


Phone 82 2 6456 8405
Fax 82 2 6456 8407
Email glenradojkovich@branksome.asia
Website branksome.asia
Address San 613, Gueok-lee, Daejung-eup, Seogwipo City, Jeju Special Self-Governing Province, 699-931,
Korea, Republic of

Mailing Address 5F Seoul Square, 541 Namdaemunro-5ga, Jung-gu, Seoul, 100-714, Korea, Republic of

STAFF
Principal Glen Radojkovich
Director of Business & Administrations Jeeun Kim
Head of Junior School JoAn Radojkovich
Head of Middle & Senior School Beverly Von
Zielonka

Digital Technologies Co-ordinator Andrew Ip


Head of Center for Learning Brian Farrell
Teaching staff Full time 60; Total 60
Nationalities of teaching staff US 10; UK 5; Korea,
Republic of 7; Other(s) (Canadian, Australian) 38

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year September-June
School type boarding, day, girls only
Year founded 2012
Governed by Board of Governors
Regional organizations EARCOS

Enrollment PreK 20; Elementary K-5 100; Middle


School 6-8 150; High School 9-12 40; Total 310
Tuition range 18,330-27,040
Annual fees Boarding 7-day 17,000; Busing 1,930;
Lunch 1,100
One time Fees Registration 2,750
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum IB, IBPYP, IBMYP
Average class size Elementary 20; Secondary 22
Language(s) taught Mandarin, English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Physician
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Vocal
Music, Computer/Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program,
STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Golf, Gymnastics, Hockey,
Martial Arts, Skiing (Snow), Soccer, Softball, Squash,
Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball,
Badminton, Basketball, Football
Clubs Debating
Examinations IB

CAMPUS FACILITIES

Location Suburban
Campus 9 Hectares, 13 Buildings, 50 Classrooms

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Seoul

Korea, Republic of

Dwight Seoul International School


Phone 82 2 305 7575
Fax 82 2 304 9933
Email admissions@dwight.or.kr
Website dwight.or.kr
Address 400 Worldcup-bukro, Mapo-gu, Seoul, Korea, Republic of

STAFF
Head of School Kevin Skeoch
ICT Manager Roger Pelham

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School type coeducational, day
Year founded 2012
Governed by The Dwight Family of Schools

Tuition range 18,716-21,853


Tuition/fee currency US Dollar

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum International
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Community Service, Dance,
Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Rugby, Swimming, Tennis,
Track and Field, Volleyball, Badminton, Basketball

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 20 Hectares

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Seoul

Korea, Republic of

Korea Kent Foreign School


Phone 08 2 2201 7091
Email kkfs@kkfs.org
Website www.kkfs.org
Address 619-30 Guui-Dong, Kwangjin-Gu, Seoul, Korea, Republic of

STAFF
Principal William Van Houten III
Executive Director Hyun Suk Yoon
Computer Teacher Marc Montague
Librarian John Lee

Teaching staff Full time 25; Part time 1; Total 26


Nationalities of teaching staff US 8; Korea, Republic
of 4; Other(s) (Canadian, Australian) 14

INFORMATION
Grade levels K-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, private non-profit
Year founded 1993
Governed by Board of Director
Accredited by Western
Regional organizations EARCOS, KORCOS
Enrollment Elementary K-5 100; Middle School 6-8
70; High School 9-12 130; Total 300
Tuition range 12,600-15,000

Annual fees Capital Levy 1,000; Busing 1,100


One time Fees Registration 700
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 90% (97% US)
Graduates have attended Purdue U, U of Illinois, U
of Michigan, Syracuse U, Boston U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US
Average class size Elementary 18; Secondary 15
Language(s) taught Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Librarian, Nurse

Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,


Instrumental Music, Computer/Technology
Extra curricular programs Newspaper, Yearbook,
Community Service, Dance, Drama
Sports Soccer, Swimming, Volleyball, Basketball
Examinations SAT, SAT II, Stanford, AP, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 3 Buildings, 24 Classrooms, 1 Computer
Labs, 50 Instructional Computers, 20,000 Library
Volumes

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Seoul

Korea, Republic of

Seoul Foreign School


Phone 82 2 330 3100
Fax 82 2 335 1857
Email sfsoffice@seoulforeign.org
Website www.seoulforeign.org
Address 55 Yonhi Dong, Seoul, 120-823, Korea, Republic of

STAFF
Head of School John Engstrom, Ed.D.
Assistant Head of School-Operations Robert Black
Assistant Head of School-Academics Blair Lee
British School Headteacher Timothy J. Gray
Elementary School Principal John E. Gaylord
High School Principal Kevin C. Baker
Middle School Principal P. Lynn Gaylord

Director of InformationTechnology Jeffrey Kersting


Secondary Library Media Specialist Janis Hosemann
Teaching staff Full time 154; Part time 20; Total 174
Nationalities of teaching staff US 88; UK 24; Korea,
Republic of 13; Other(s) (Canadian, Australian) 49

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1912
Governed by School Board
Accredited by Western
Regional organizations EARCOS, ECIS
Enrollment Nursery 12; PreK 47; Elementary K-5 633;
Middle School 6-8 365; High School 9-12 477; Total
1,534

Tuition range 11,153-26,894


Annual fees Busing 2,100
One time Fees Registration 481; Capital Levy 4,377
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100% (90% US)
Graduates have attended New York U, Dartmouth
Col, Northwestern U, U of Pennsylvania, Purdue U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, UK, IB, AP, IGCSE
Average class size Elementary 20; Secondary 14
Language(s) taught French, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Psychologist, Reading
Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Drama,
Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Gymnastics, Rugby, Soccer,
Swimming, Tennis, Volleyball, Badminton, Baseball,
Basketball
Clubs National Honor Society, Student Council,
Fellowship of Christian Students
Examinations Act, SAT, SAT II, AP, GCSE, IB, IGCSE,
PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 10 Hectares, 10 Buildings, 99 Classrooms,
4 Computer Labs, 400 Instructional Computers,
60,000 Library Volumes

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Seoul

Korea, Republic of

Seoul International School


Phone 82 31 750 1325
Fax 82 31 759 5133
Email director@siskorea.org
Website www.siskorea.org
Address 15, 1518 beon-gil, Seongnam-daero, Sujeong-gu, Seongnam-si, Gyeonggi-do, 461-830, Korea

STAFF
Head of School Dr. Hyung Shik Kim
Director of School Peter Corcoran
Elementary School Principal Art DeFilippo
High School Principal Jarret Lambie
Middle School Principal Liset Palmitessa

Technology Coordinator Mr. Shim


Secondary & Elementary Librarian Tim Gardes
Teaching staff Full time 98; Total 98
Nationalities of teaching staff US 61; UK 2; Korea,
Republic of 3; Other(s) (Canadian) 32

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1973
Governed by Foundation Board
Accredited by Western
Regional organizations EARCOS
Enrollment PreK 13; Elementary K-5 474; Middle
School 6-8 267; High School 9-12 339; Total 1,093
Tuition range 21,600-26,700

Annual fees Busing 1,900; Lunch 600


One time Fees Registration 450; Books 180
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100% (95% US)
Graduates have attended Columbia U, Duke
U, Carnegie Mellon U, Princeton U, Harvard U,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, New York U,
Northwestern U, Wellesley Col, Stanford U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 21; Secondary 23
Language(s) taught Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, Librarian,
Nurse, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program

Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,


Literary Magazine, Newspaper, Yearbook,
Community Service, Drama, Environmental
Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Soccer, Swimming, Tennis,
Volleyball, Basketball
Clubs Creative Writing, Forensics, Model UN,
Mathematics, National Honor Society, Drama,
Student Council, Habitat for Humanity, Knowledge
Master, Science, National Art Honor Society
Examinations AP, MAP, ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 3 Hectares, 3 Buildings, 59 Classrooms, 9
Computer Labs, 438 & 1:1 Lap Top Initiative MS & HS
Instructional Computers, 30,000 Library Volumes

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Seoul

Korea, Republic of

Yongsan International School of Seoul


Phone 82 2 797 5104
Fax 82 2 797 5224
Email information@yisseoul.org
Website www.yisseoul.org
Address San 10-213, Hannam Dong, Yongsan Ku, Seoul, 140-210, Korea, Republic of

STAFF
Headmaster Joe Beeson
Business Manager Stephen Boush, Ed.D.
Director of Admissions Robin Parrish
Elementary Principal Dan Lazor
Guidance Counselor Wilson Lee
High School Principal Seth Parrish
Middle School Principal Blair McCullough

Instructional Tech Director Carol Stanforth


Lead Librarian Gabriel Johnson
Teaching staff Full time 95; Part time 5; Total 100
Nationalities of teaching staff US 85; UK 2; 5;
Other(s) (Canadian) 8

INFORMATION
Grade levels K-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1990
Governed by Board Members
Accredited by Western
Regional organizations EARCOS, NAIS
Enrollment Elementary K-5 400; Middle School 6-8
225; High School 9-12 300; Total 925
Tuition range 18,000-20,000

Annual fees Registration 400; Busing 1,800


One time Fees Capital Levy 5,000
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100% (92% US)
Graduates have attended Northwestern U, Columbia
U, Emory U, U of California- Los Angeles, U of
Michigan

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 22; Secondary 20
Language(s) taught French, Japanese, Mandarin,
Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Martial Arts, Soccer,
Swimming, Tennis, Volleyball, Basketball
Clubs Model UN, Speech & Debate, Mu Alpha Theta,
Drama, Community Service, Newspaper, Chess,
Dance, Music Compassion
Examinations SAT, Stanford, AP, PSAT, MAP, SATII,
Star Reading

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban

Campus 3 Hectares, 5 Buildings, 50 Classrooms, 1


Computer Labs, 15,000 Library Volumes

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Uijongbu

Korea, Republic of

International Christian School-Uijongbu


Phone 82 031 855 1277
Fax 82 031 855 1278
Email RexFreel@nics.org
Website www.ics-ujb.org
Address PO Box 23, Nok yang Dong 375-2, Uijongbu, 480-120, Korea, Republic of

STAFF
Director Rex Freel
Elementary Principal Shamala Boice
Guidance Counselor Jennifer Scudder
High School Principal Randy Lounds
Head of Technology Jay Silvas

Head of Library & Media Center Sharon Miller


Teaching staff Full time 22; Part time 5; Total 27
Nationalities of teaching staff US 24; Korea,
Republic of 3

INFORMATION
Grade levels K-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1983
Governed by School Board and NICS International
Accredited by Western, ACSI
Regional organizations EARCOS, ICEC
Enrollment Elementary K-5 60; Middle School 6-8
45; High School 9-12 100; Total 205
Tuition range 11,500,000-14,000,000

Annual fees Registration 600; Capital Levy 200


Tuition/fee currency South-Korean Won
Graduates attending college 94% (94% US)
Graduates have attended Harvard U, Wheaton Col,
Liberty U, U of California- Los Angeles, US Military
Academy at West Point

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, International, AP
Average class size Elementary 13; Secondary 22
Language(s) taught German, Mandarin, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Librarian
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Newspaper, Photography, Yearbook,
Community Service, Drama
Sports Cross-Country, Soccer, Swimming, Volleyball,
Basketball
Clubs Drama, Singing
Examinations SAT, SAT II, AP, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 2 Buildings, 21 Classrooms, 2 Computer
Labs, 50 Instructional Computers, 12,000 Library
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KUWAIT

KUWAIT
Area: 17,818 sq km
Population: 2,646,314
Capital: Kuwait City
Currency: Kuwaiti Dinar
Languages: Arabic, English

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Kuwait City

Kuwait

Al-Bayan International School


Phone 965 22275000
Fax 965 22275002
Email bbsjadm@bbs.edu.kw
Website www.bbs.edu.kw
Address PO Box 24472, Kuwait City, 13105, Kuwait

STAFF
Director Thomas Quinn
Chairman & Managing Director Tariq Alsamerraie
Deputy Director Maha Kaddoura
Elementary School Principal Sheila Meibergen
High School Principal Jihad Sadeddin
Middle School Principal Debbie McIntosh
Pre-School Principal Mary Hartsfield

IT Coordinator Lamia El Khoury


Media Center Specialist Kathleen McKim
Teaching staff Full time 252; Part time 3; Total 255
Nationalities of teaching staff US 42; UK 7; Kuwaiti
18; Other(s) (Canadian, Jordanian) 188

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year September-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1977
Governed by Board of Trustees
Accredited by CIS, New England
Regional organizations NESA
Enrollment PreK 120; Elementary K-5 1,040; Middle
School 6-8 360; High School 9-12 450; Total 1,970
Tuition range 2,012-4,003

Annual fees Registration 100; Busing 250


Tuition/fee currency Kuwaiti Dinar
Graduates attending college 100% (30% US)
Graduates have attended American U of Kuwait,
Harvard U, American U of Beirut, Bentley U,
Northeastern U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 22; Secondary 20
Language(s) taught French, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English & Arabic
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, Librarian,
Nurse, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Vocational, Instrumental Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Newspaper, Yearbook, Community
Service, Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Soccer, Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball,
Badminton, Basketball, Football
Clubs National Honor Society, Model UN, Bowling,
Computer, Rock Climbing, Cooking, Painting, Table
Tennis, Soccer
Examinations Act, SAT, SAT II, AP, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 4 Hectares, 5 Buildings, 126 Classrooms, 9
Computer Labs, 537 Instructional Computers, 55,400
Library Volumes

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Kuwait City

Kuwait

American Academy for Girls


Phone 965 2563 9612
Fax 965 2563 9648
Email cbt@aag.edu.kw
Website www.aag.edu.kw
Address Box 6087, Hawalli, 32035, Kuwait

STAFF
Superintendent Charleen Thompson
Executive Director Khaledah Al Mudhaf
Elementary School Principal Kristine Knutson
Middle School Principal Katrina Franklin
Information Technologist Thomas Junu

Head of Library & Media Center Dema Omar


Teaching staff Full time 133; Part time 1; Total 134
Nationalities of teaching staff US 43; Other(s)
(Canadian, Palestinian) 91

INFORMATION
Grade levels Nursery-12
School year September-June
School type day, girls only, private non-profit
Year founded 1995
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by CIS, Middle States
Regional organizations ECIS, NESA

Enrollment Nursery 20; PreK 140; Elementary K-5


260; Middle School 6-8 180; High School 9-12 250;
Total 850
Tuition range 1,075-3,300
One time Fees Registration 100
Tuition/fee currency Kuwaiti Dinar
Graduates attending college 70%
Graduates have attended Kuwait U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 18; Secondary 18
Language(s) taught Arabic, French, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Librarian, Nurse
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Newspaper, Photography, Yearbook,
Community Service, Dance, Drama
Sports Golf, Gymnastics, Martial Arts, Soccer, Tennis,
Volleyball, Badminton, Basketball
Clubs Model UN, Academic Games, INJAZ
Examinations IOWA, SAT, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban

Campus 1 Buildings, 83 Classrooms, 3 Computer


Labs, 80 Instructional Computers

Data from 2011/12 school year.

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Kuwait City

Kuwait

American Creativity Academy


Phone 965 2267 3333
Fax 965 2263 2478
Email gertrude@aca.edu.kw
Website www.aca.edu.kw
Address Sharhabil Street-Block 9, PO Box 1740, Kuwait City, 32018, Kuwait

STAFF
Superintendent Gertrude Gomez
Operations Manager Ali Al-Marri
ACA Kindergarten Principal Allison Ibrahim
Elementary School Principal, Boys Campus Jeffrey
DeVaney
Elementary School Principal, Girls Campus Karen
Arter
Middle & High School Principal, Boys Campus
Joseph Morris

Middle & High School Principal, Girls Campus Diane


Richardson
Principal, ICA Campus Wendie Anderson
IT Manager Amed Fawzy
Librarian Nehad Mohammed
Teaching staff Full time 300; Part time 45; Total 345
Nationalities of teaching staff US 175; Kuwaiti 25;
Other(s) (Palestinian Territory, Egyptian) 145

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year September-June
School type boys only, company-sponsored, day,
girls only, proprietary
Year founded 1997
Governed by Board of Trustees
Accredited by CIS, Middle States
Regional organizations ECIS, NESA

Enrollment PreK 120; Elementary K-5 1,857; Middle


School 6-8 550; High School 9-12 578; Total 3,105
Tuition range 1,350-2,912
One time Fees Registration 100
Tuition/fee currency Kuwaiti Dinar
Graduates attending college 99% (30% US)
Graduates have attended Indiana U, American U of
Sharjah, Purdue U, Stanford U, Princeton U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, IB
Average class size Elementary 24; Secondary 24
Language(s) taught Arabic, French, Spanish, English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Librarian, Nurse
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Photography, Yearbook, Community
Service
Sports Cross-Country, Soccer, Track and Field,
Volleyball, Badminton, Basketball
Examinations IOWA, SAT, SAT II, TOEFL, IB, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 4 Hectares, 7 Buildings, 175 Classrooms, 6
Computer Labs, 150 Instructional Computers, 40,000
Library Volumes

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Kuwait City

Kuwait

American International School of Kuwait


Phone 965 2225 5155
Fax 965 2225 5156
Email superintendent@aiskuwait.org
Website www.aiskuwait.org
Address PO Box 3267, Salmiya, 22033, Kuwait

STAFF
Superintendent Russ McLean
Business Manager Wafaa Amarah
Elementary Principal Kevin Haggith
High School Principal Alicia Brown
Middle School Principal David Botbyl

Coordinator of Educational Technology Kevin


McKeon
Teaching staff Full time 161; Total 161
Nationalities of teaching staff US 62; UK 1; Kuwaiti
1; Other(s) (Canadian) 97

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year September-June
School type coeducational, day, proprietary
Year founded 1991
Governed by Samera Al-Rayes, Director/Owner
Accredited by Middle States
Regional organizations ECIS, NESA
Enrollment PreK 70; Elementary K-5 895; Middle
School 6-8 375; High School 9-12 400; Total 1,740
Tuition range 1,720-4,026

Annual fees Registration 100; Busing optional


Tuition/fee currency Kuwaiti Dinar
Graduates attending college 100%
Graduates have attended Boston U, Pepperdine U, U
of Toronto, Queen Mary U, U of Manchester, Georgia
Institute of Technology, Purdue U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, IB, IBPYP, IBMYP
Average class size Elementary 22; Secondary 20
Language(s) taught Arabic, French, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Librarian, Nurse, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,


Literary Magazine, Newspaper, Yearbook,
Community Service, Drama, Environmental
Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Soccer, Tennis, Track and Field,
Volleyball, Badminton, Basketball
Clubs Model UN, Forensics, MS/HS Arts Festival,
School Theater, Music Performances, Art Exhibits,
Academic Games, Leadership Conference
Examinations SAT, IB, PSAT, ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 3 Hectares, 7 Buildings, 119 Classrooms,
4 Computer Labs, 340 Instructional Computers,
60,000 Library Volumes

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Kuwait

Fawzia Sultan International School


Phone 965 22619725 ext. 212
Fax 965 22619724
Email tania.woodburn@fsis.edu.kw
Website www.fsis.edu.kw
Address Hawally, Block 67, Beirut Street, Behind Dar Ashifaa Hospital, Kuwait City, 13008, Kuwait

STAFF
Director Tania Callaway
Chairman & Managing Director Tareq Al-Samerraie
Principal Bill Morgan
Technology Department Coordinator Lorraine Els

School Librarian Emily Smith


Teaching staff Full time 55; Part time 1; Total 56
Nationalities of teaching staff US 12; Other(s)
(Canadian, Egyptian) 44

INFORMATION
Grade levels 2-12
School year September-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1993
Governed by Board of Trustees
Accredited by Ministry of Education in Kuwait, US,
Canada
Regional organizations ECIS, NESA
Enrollment Elementary K-5 27; Middle School 6-8 45;
High School 9-12 80; Total 152

Annual fees Busing 250


One time Fees Registration 100
Tuition/fee currency Kuwaiti Dinar
Graduates attending college 95% (5% US)
Graduates have attended Gulf U for Science &
Technology, American U of Kuwait, American U of
Washington, Grossmont Col, Box Hill Col Kuwait

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, Ministry of Education
Average class size Elementary 6; Secondary 10
Language(s) taught Arabic, English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Psychologist, Reading
Resource, Speech/Hearing
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Photography, Yearbook, Community
Service, Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Soccer, Squash, Swimming, Tennis, Volleyball,
Badminton, Basketball, Football
Clubs Squash, Art, Music, Computer, Swimming,
Drama
Examinations SAT, TOEFL, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 1 Buildings, 35 Classrooms, 2 Computer
Labs, 125 Instructional Computers, 6,000 Library
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Kuwait

The American School of Kuwait


Phone 965 2266 4341
Fax 965 2265 0438
Email ask@ask.edu.kw
Website www.ask.edu.kw
Address Al-Muthana St. and 4th Ring Rd., Block 7, Building 900017, Hawalli, Kuwait City, 32042, Kuwait
Mailing Address P.O.Box 6735, Al Muthanna Street, Hawalli, 32042, Kuwait

STAFF
Superintendent Rebecca Ness
Business Manager Nael Attya
Director of Studies Scott Dennison
Elementary School Principal Susan Boyer
High School Principal Tara Waudby

Middle School Principal David Brown


Librarian Christopher Roberts
Teaching staff Full time 165; Total 165
Nationalities of teaching staff US 91; Kuwaiti 2;
Other(s) (Canadian) 72

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1964
Governed by Advisory Board
Accredited by Middle States
Regional organizations ECIS, NESA

Enrollment PreK 66; Elementary K-5 822; Middle


School 6-8 419; High School 9-12 540; Total 1,847
Tuition range 940-4,612
Annual fees Registration 100; Busing 300
Tuition/fee currency Kuwaiti Dinar
Graduates attending college 98%
Graduates have attended Brown U, Stanford U, U of
Pennsylvania, Claremont Mckenna Col

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 20; Secondary 20
Language(s) taught Arabic, French, Spanish, English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Librarian, Nurse, Physician, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Literary


Magazine, Newspaper, Photography, Yearbook,
Drama
Sports Cross-Country, Soccer, Softball, Swimming,
Track and Field, Volleyball, Badminton, Basketball
Clubs Model UN, Debate, Forensics
Examinations IOWA, SAT, AP, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 4 Hectares, 8 Buildings, 137 Classrooms, 7
Computer Labs, 320 Instructional Computers, 26,500
Library Volumes

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Kuwait

Universal American School


Phone 965 1822 827
Fax 965 2261 5007
Email uas@qualitynet.net
Website www.uas.edu.kw
Address Hawalli 3rd Ring Road, Opposite Al-Qadsiya Area, Kuwait City, 17035, Kuwait

STAFF
Superintendent Sherlock Hirning
Business Manager Mohammed Rashwan
Elementary Principal Joan Khaja
High School Counselor Denise Al-Shammari
High School Principal Dr. Paul Sullivan
Middle School Counselor Kamisha Padilla
Middle School Principal Dr. Dale Eineder

Head of Technology Bibi Alghanim


Head of Library May AL-Hajjaj
Teaching staff Full time 150; Total 150
Nationalities of teaching staff US 57; UK 1; Kuwaiti
7; Other(s) (Canadian, Egyptian) 85

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1976
Governed by Advisory Board
Accredited by CIS, New England
Regional organizations ECIS, NESA, NEASC
Enrollment Nursery 55; PreK 133; Elementary K-5
740; Middle School 6-8 358; High School 9-12 438;
Total 1,724

Tuition range 1,775-3,513


Annual fees Busing 350-370
One time Fees Registration 100
Tuition/fee currency Kuwaiti Dinar
Graduates attending college 90%
Graduates have attended Boston U, Carnegie Mellon
U, Concordia U, Arizona State U, Bethany Col

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 22; Secondary 25
Language(s) taught Arabic, French, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Librarian, Nurse, Physician, Psychologist, Reading
Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Drama,
Environmental Conservation
Sports Soccer, Swimming, Track and Field, Volleyball,
Basketball, Football
Clubs Computer, Chess, Homework, Horseback
Riding, Skating, Karate, Painting, Swimming,
Rollerblading
Examinations Act, SAT, Stanford, TOEFL, AP, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 2 Hectares, 1 Buildings, 88 Classrooms,
3 Computer Labs, 300 Instructional Computers,
Approx 25,000 Library Volumes

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KYRGYZSTAN

KYRGYZSTAN
Area: 199,951 sq km
Population: 5,496,737
Capital: Bishkek
Currency: Som
Languages: Kyrgyz, Uzbek, Russian

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Bishkek

Kyrgyzstan

QSI International School of Bishkek


Phone 996 312 56-31-39
Fax 996 312 56-31-40
Email bishkek@qsi.org
Website bishkek.qsischool.org
Address 14-A Tynystanova Street, Bishkek, 720055, Kyrgyzstan

STAFF
Director Art Hudson
Accountant Svetlana Buhantseva
Head of Technology Wesley Steele
Head of Library Alexandra Kuzmina

Teaching staff Full time 16; Part time 2; Total 18


Nationalities of teaching staff US 9; UK 1;
Kyrgyzstan 6; Other(s) 2

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1994
Governed by Advisory Board
Accredited by Middle States
Regional organizations CEESA
Enrollment PreK 20; Elementary K-5 67; Middle
School 6-8 23; High School 9-12 10; Total 120
Tuition range 16,700-18,000

Annual fees Capital Levy 1,600; Lunch 80


One time Fees Registration 300
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100% (100% US)
Graduates have attended Berkeley Col of Music,
American U Central Asia, U of South Africa, U of
Denver, Albion Col, State U of New York, Florida
Technological U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, International, AP
Average class size Elementary 10; Secondary 8
Language(s) taught French, Russian, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, ESL, Librarian, Math
Resource, Physician, Reading Resource

Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,


Physical Education, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology
Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/
Expeditions, Newspaper, Yearbook, Community
Service, Dance, Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Martial Arts, Track and Field
Examinations SAT, SAT II, TOEFL, AP, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 1 Hectares, 3 Buildings, 17 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 30 Instructional Computers, 4,000
Library Volumes

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LAOS

LAOS
Area: 236,800 sq km
Population: 6,586,266
Capital: Vientiane (Viangchan)
Currency: Kip
Languages: Lao, French, English

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Vientiane

Laos

Vientiane International School


Phone 856 21 486 001
Fax 856 21 486 009
Email contact@vislao.com
Website www.vislao.com
Address PO Box 3180, Phonsavanh Road, Vientiane, Laos

STAFF
Director Greg Smith
Business Manager Bryndis Chapman
Middle School Coordinator Kim Green
Primary Head Carmel McCormick

Librarian Philip Williams


Teaching staff Full time 47; Part time 2; Total 49
Nationalities of teaching staff US 8; UK 3; Laotian 2;
Other(s) (Australian, New Zealander) 36

INFORMATION
Grade levels Nursery-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1991
Governed by School Board
Accredited by CIS, Western
Regional organizations EARCOS
Enrollment Nursery 10; PreK 20; Elementary K-5 190;
Middle School 6-8 90; High School 9-12 90; Total 400
Tuition range 2,880-15,610

Annual fees Capital Levy 2,200; Busing 750; Lunch


450
One time Fees Registration 1,000
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100% (20% US)
Graduates have attended Wheaton Col, U of British
Columbia, U of Seattle, Trinity Col, U of Canterbury

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum IB, IBPYP, IBMYP
Average class size Elementary 17; Secondary 15
Language(s) taught French
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Newspaper, Photography, Yearbook,
Community Service, Dance, Drama, Environmental
Conservation
Sports Gymnastics, Martial Arts, Rugby, Soccer,
Swimming, Track and Field, Volleyball, Basketball
Clubs Student Council
Examinations SAT, SAT II, IB, PSAT, MAP, ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 4 Hectares, 8 Buildings, 40 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 150 Instructional Computers, 12,000
Library Volumes

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LATVIA

LATVIA
Area: 64,589 sq km
Population: 2,191,580
Capital: Riga
Currency: Latvian Lat
Languages: Latvian, Russian

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Latvia

International School of Latvia


Phone 371 6775 5146
Fax 371 6775 5009
Email isloffice@isl.edu.lv
Website www.isl.edu.lv
Address Meistaru 2, Pinki, LV 2010, Latvia

STAFF
Director Larry Molacek
Finance Manager Ieva Berzina
IB Diploma Coordinator Rhonda Fisher
MYP Coordinator Ieva Smits
Principal & PYP Coordinator Randy Eplin
Technology Coordinator & Communication Director
David Callaway

Library Head Ligita Callaway


Teaching staff Full time 35; Part time 1; Total 36
Nationalities of teaching staff US 17; UK 2; Latvian
5; Other(s) (Canadian, Australian) 12

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1994
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by CIS, New England
Regional organizations CEESA, ECIS
Enrollment PreK 20; Elementary K-5 100; Middle
School 6-8 30; High School 9-12 70; Total 220
Tuition range 4,000-14,700

Annual fees Capital Levy 1,500; Busing 500; Lunch


350
One time Fees Registration 400 - 1,450
Tuition/fee currency Euro
Graduates attending college 100%
Graduates have attended U of Oxford, Leeds U, U
of Maine, U of Portsmouth, U of South Hampton,
William & Mary Col, St. Andrews U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum IB, IBPYP, IBMYP
Average class size Elementary 12; Secondary 14
Language(s) taught French, German, Mandarin,
Russian
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Reading Resource

Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,


Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Vocal
Music, Computer/Technology
Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/
Expeditions, Yearbook, Community Service, Drama
Sports Cross-Country, Soccer, Softball, Swimming,
Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball, Basketball
Examinations SAT, SAT II, IB, PSAT, ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Rural
Campus 1 Buildings, 32 Classrooms, 3 Computer
Labs, 160 Instructional Computers, 14,000 Library
Volumes

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LEBANON

LEBANON
Area: 10,400 sq km
Population: 4,140,289
Capital: Beirut
Currency: Lebanese Pound
Languages: Arabic, French, English, Armenian

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Beirut

Lebanon

American Community School at Beirut


Phone 961 1 374 370 ext. 105
Fax 961 1 366 050
Email mbedeir@acs.edu.lb
Website www.acs.edu.lb
Address 67 Nigeria Street, Jal al Bahr, Beirut, 2035-8003, Lebanon

STAFF
Headmaster George Damon, Jr. Ed.D.
Business Manager Johnny Tanas
Early Years Principal Adele Hutchison
Elementary Principal Sandra Hite
High School Principal Fabio Corvaglia
Middle School Principal Karim Abu Haydar
Deputy Headmaster David Warren, Ph.D.

Head Librarian Andrea Norman


Teaching staff Full time 162; Part time 8; Total 170
Nationalities of teaching staff US 37; Lebanese 113;
Other(s) (Canadian, Jordanian) 20

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year September-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1905
Governed by Board of Trustees
Accredited by Middle States
Regional organizations ECIS, NESA
Enrollment PreK 44; Elementary K-5 491; Middle
School 6-8 219; High School 9-12 307; Total 1,061
Tuition range 10,400-14,100

Annual fees Registration 2,000


One time Fees Capital Levy 2,000
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100% (90% US)
Graduates have attended Vassar Col, Middlebury
Col, U of California- Davis, McGill U, U of Warwick

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, IB
Average class size Elementary 21; Secondary 18
Language(s) taught Arabic, French
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Skiing (Snow), Soccer,
Softball, Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field,
Volleyball, Badminton, Basketball
Clubs Movie
Examinations SAT, SAT II, Stanford, TOEFL, IB, PSAT,
NNAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 16 Hectares, 4 Buildings, 65 Classrooms, 3
Computer Labs, 156 Instructional Computers, 30,000
Library Volumes

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Beirut

Lebanon

International College
Phone 961 1 371 294
Fax 961 1 362 500
Email iclb@ic.edu.lb
Website www.ic.edu.lb
Address Bliss Street, PO Box 113-5373, Beirut, Lebanon

STAFF
President John Johnson
Chief Financial Officer Talal Jundi
Director of Elementary School Julia Kozak
Director of Human Resources Hiba Chaaban
Director of Middle School Wadad Hoss
Director of Secondary School Paula Moufarrij
Senior Vice President Mishka M. Mourani

IT Coordinator Mahmud Shihab


Acting Head Librarian Connie Hadba
Teaching staff Full time 322; Part time 33; Total 355
Nationalities of teaching staff US 13; UK 1; Lebanese
325; Other(s) (Canadian, French) 16

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-13
School year September-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1891
Governed by Board of Trustees
Accredited by CIS, New England
Regional organizations ECIS, NESA
Enrollment PreK 666; Elementary K-5 1,161; Middle
School 6-8 996; High School 9-12 690; Total 3,513
Tuition range 11,535,000-13,450,000

Annual fees Busing 1,640,000; Books 600,000


Tuition/fee currency Lebanese Pound
Graduates attending college 100%
Graduates have attended American U of Beirut,
Harvard U, McGill U, Tufts U, Massachusetts
Institute of Technology

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, National, IB
Average class size Elementary 25; Secondary 23
Language(s) taught Arabic, French
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, Librarian,
Nurse, Physician

Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,


Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology
Extra curricular programs Yearbook, Community
Service, Dance, Drama
Sports Gymnastics, Soccer, Swimming, Tennis, Track
and Field, Volleyball, Basketball
Examinations SAT, SAT II, TOEFL, IB

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 5 Hectares, 8 Buildings, 175 Classrooms,
6 Computer Labs, 372 Instructional Computers,
100,000 Library Volumes

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Beirut

Lebanon

Sagesse High School, Mary Mother of Wisdom


Phone 961 1 872 145
Fax 961 1 872 149
Email sagessehs@sagessehs.edu.lb
Website www.sagessehs.edu.lb
Address Ain Saadeh, El Metn, 1476, Lebanon
Mailing Address Ain Saadeh Main Road, Beit Mery, 1476, Lebanon

STAFF
Rector Reverend Fr. Gabriel Tabet
Business Manager Joseph Gharios
Head of Intermediate Division Samira Mallat
Head of Lower Elementary Division Mireille Kopaly
Head of Preschool Manal Boustany
Head of Secondary Division & Academic Dean Cesar
Wazen

Head of Upper Elementary Division Juhaina Abu


Khalil
IB Coordinator Lady Maalouf
IT Manager Walid Geagea
Librarian Joelle Laoun
Teaching staff Full time 200; Part time 20; Total 220
Nationalities of teaching staff US 20; UK 20;
Lebanese 180

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year September-June
School type boarding, coeducational
Year founded 1992
Governed by Catholic Church
Accredited by Middle States
Regional organizations ECIS
Enrollment Nursery 11; PreK 24; Elementary K-5 298;
Middle School 6-8 250; High School 9-12 332; Total
915

Annual fees Boarding 5-day 18,000; Boarding, 7-day


22,000
One time Fees Registration 100
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100%
Graduates have attended American U of Beirut,
Lebanese American U, McGill U, U of Michigan, Royal
Col of Surgeons

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US
Average class size Elementary 22; Secondary 20
Language(s) taught Arabic, French, Italian, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Learning Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Physician,
Psychologist, Speech/Hearing

Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,


Computer/Technology
Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/
Expeditions, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Gymnastics, Soccer, Swimming, Volleyball,
Basketball
Examinations SAT, IB, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 5 Hectares, 2 Buildings, 59 Classrooms, 3
Computer Labs, 90 Instructional Computers, 12,100
Library Volumes
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Beirut

Lebanon

Universal College of Aley


Phone 9615-556665
Fax 9615-556660
Email uca@universalcollege.edu.lb
Website www.ucalebanon.com
Address Aley Court Street, P.O. Box 284, Aley, Lebanon

STAFF
Director Walter Day, III
Accounts Manager Suzan Andary
Technology Systems Coordinator Neda Timani
Teaching staff Full time 65; Part time 3; Total 68

Nationalities of teaching staff US 3; Lebanese 57;


Other(s) (Canadian, Venezuelan) 8

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year September-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1907
Governed by Owner-Trustees
Accredited by Middle States
Regional organizations MAIS

Tuition range 4,000,000-5,900,000


Annual fees Registration 500,000; Books 400,000
Tuition/fee currency Lebanese Pound
Graduates attending college 100%
Graduates have attended American U of Beirut,
Lebanese American U, American U of Science &
Technology, Lebanese Arab U, U of Alberta

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US
Average class size Elementary 20; Secondary 18
Language(s) taught Arabic
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Nurse, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Vocal
Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,


Newspaper, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Soccer, Volleyball, Basketball, Martial Arts,
Skiing
Clubs Health, Service, Subject Honor Societies,
Model UN
Examinations SAT, TOEFL, SATII, National Brevet
(Gr 9)

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 2 Buildings, 40 Classrooms, 3 Computer
Labs, 50 Instructional Computers, 2,000 Library
Volumes
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LESOTHO

LESOTHO
Area: 30,355 sq km
Population: 1,930,493
Capital: Maseru
Currency: Maloti
Languages: Sesotho, English, Zulu, Xhosa

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Maseru

Lesotho

American International School-Lesotho


Phone 266 22 322 987
Fax 266 22 311 963
Email director@aisl.co.ls
Website www.aisl.co.ls
Address 14 United Nations Road, Maseru, 100, Lesotho
Mailing Address c/o US Embassy Maseru, 2340 Maseru Place, Dulles, Virginia, 20189, United States

STAFF
Director Dwight Mott
Business & Office Manager Mahlape Mosoeuyane
K-10 Principal Daniel Kriebel
IT Coordinator Jonathan Glenn

Librarian Rohini Pulyadath


Teaching staff Full time 15; Total 15
Nationalities of teaching staff US 7; Mosotho 4;
Other(s) (Zambian, Canadian) 4

INFORMATION
Grade levels Nursery-10
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1991
Governed by Board of Advisors
Accredited by Middle States
Regional organizations AISA

Enrollment Nursery 15; PreK 15; Elementary K-5 105;


Middle School 6-8 35; High School 9-12 10; Total 180
Tuition range 4,150-12,500
One time Fees Registration 170; Capital Levy 1,375
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US
Average class size Elementary 14
Language(s) taught French
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Counselor, Librarian
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Vocal Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Gymnastics, Martial Arts, Soccer, Swimming,
Tennis, Volleyball, Badminton, Baseball, Basketball
Examinations MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 2 Hectares, 8 Buildings, 13 Classrooms, 0
Computer Labs, 50 Instructional Computers, 7,000
Library Volumes

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Maseru

Lesotho

Maseru English Medium Preparatory School


Phone 266 22312 276
Fax 266 22312 276
Email headteacher@maseruprep.co.ls
Website www.maseruprep.co.ls
Address Caldwell Road, Maseru West, Maseru, 100, Lesotho

STAFF
Head Teacher Richard Free
Bursar Mampho Motsusi
Deputy Head Mapokha Silase
Lower School Coordinator Maria Mohale
ICT Technician Kuena Mokuena

Librarian Rosina Mphethi


Teaching staff Full time 22; Total 22
Nationalities of teaching staff UK 2; Mosotho 13;
Other(s) (Australian, Indian) 7

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-6
School year August-July
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1895
Governed by School Board of Governors
Enrollment Nursery 26; PreK 45; Elementary K-5 190;
Middle School 6-8 40; Total 301

Tuition range 17,834-35,659


Annual fees Capital Levy 600; Books 450
One time Fees Registration 392
Tuition/fee currency Lesotho Loti

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum International
Average class size Elementary 18
Language(s) taught French
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists ESL, Librarian
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Vocal Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Yearbook, Community Service, Drama
Sports Cross-Country, Gymnastics, Hockey, Martial
Arts, Soccer, Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field,
Basketball, Cricket

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 2 Hectares, 8 Buildings, 17 Classrooms, 1
Computer Labs, 25 Instructional Computers, 5,000
Library Volumes
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LIBERIA

LIBERIA
Area: 111,369 sq km
Population: 3,887,886
Capital: Monrovia
Currency: Liberian Dollar
Languages: English, native languages

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Monrovia

Liberia

American International School of Monrovia


Phone 231 777 458 742
Email aismadmissions@gmail.com
Website www.aismonrovia.org
Address Old Road, Congo Town, P.O Box 1625, Monrovia, Liberia
Mailing Address PO Box 1625, Monrovia, Liberia

STAFF
Director General Jeff Trudeau
Business/Finance Manager Jonathan Suter-Whaley
Teaching staff Full time 11; Part time 2; Total 13

Nationalities of teaching staff US 6; UK 1 Liberian 4;


Other(s) (South African) 2

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-8
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 2007
Governed by School Board
Regional organizations AISA

Enrollment PreK 8; Elementary K-5 74; Middle


School 6-8 16; Total 98
Tuition range 7,000-11,000
One time Fees Capital Levy 3,000
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US
Average class size Elementary 15; Secondary 10
Language(s) taught Arabic, French
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists ESL, Nurse
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music

Extra curricular programs Dance, Drama,


Newspaper, Yearbook, Karate, Musical Experession
Sports Martial Arts, Soccer, Volleyball, Badminton,
Basketball, Table Tennis
Examinations MAP, ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 6 Hectares, 3 Buildings, 17 Classrooms, 6
Instructional Computers, 2,000 Library Volumes

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LIBYAN ARAB JAMAHIRIYA


Area: 1,759,540 sq km
Population: 6,733,620
Capital: Tripoli (Tarabulus)
Currency: Libyan Dinar
Languages: Arabic, Italian, English

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Libyan Arab Jamahiriya

American Libyan International School


Phone 218918223771
Email msewidan@hotmail.com
Web www.Alis.com
Address Gergarsh street, In front of Zarqa Alyamama 1, Tripoli, Libyan Arab Jamahiriya

STAFF
International Education Consultant Magdy Sewidan
Finance Manager Ali Mehana
Executive Manager Fouad Ali
Teaching staff Full time 15; Part time 5; Total 20

Nationalities of teaching staff UK 2; Other(s) 18

INFORMATION
Grade levels K-6
School year September-June
Year founded 2012
Governed by Zorieba Foundation

Tuition/fee currency Libyan Dinar

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum UK
Average class size Elementary 12; Secondary 15
Language(s) taught English

Special curricular programs Physical Education,


Instrumental Music, Computer/Technology
Sports Soccer, Basketball

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban

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LITHUANIA

LITHUANIA
Area: 65,300 sq km
Population: 3,525,761
Capital: Vilnius
Currency: Litas
Languages: Lithuanian, Russian

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Vilnius

Lithuania

American International School of Vilnius


Phone 370 5 212 10 31
Fax 370 5 264 72 02
Email director@aisvilnius.lt
Website www.aisv.lt
Address Subaciaus 41, Vilnius, LT-11350, Lithuania

STAFF
Director Robert Hinman
Administrative Officer & Finance Rasa Marija
Sabaliauskiene
Activities Coordinator Jolita Norkunaite
Admissions & Marketing Coordinator Ieva
Dovydeniene
Assistant Director Dustin Shipman

Guidance (Part time) Emily Hinman


Computer Specialist & Coordinator Eric Olive
Librarian Egle Vidutyte
Teaching staff Full time 25; Part time 12; Total 37
Nationalities of teaching staff US 13; Lithuanian 23;
Other(s) (Australian) 1

INFORMATION
Grade levels Nursery-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1993
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by CIS, Middle States
Regional organizations CEESA, ECIS
Enrollment Nursery 10; PreK 34; Elementary K-5 102;
Middle School 6-8 30; High School 9-12 45; Total 221
Tuition range 12,360-14,420

Annual fees Capital Levy 1,000


One time Fees Registration 500
Tuition/fee currency Euro
Graduates attending college 90% (35% US)
Graduates have attended Massachusetts Institute
of Technology, U of California- Berkeley, New York U,
Cooper Union, Hult U, Imperial Col London

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 15; Secondary 9
Language(s) taught French, German, Russian
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Librarian, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Photography,
Yearbook, Community Service, Drama
Sports Cross-Country, Soccer, Swimming, Track and
Field, Volleyball, Badminton, Basketball
Examinations SAT, SAT II, AP, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 2 Hectares, 1 Buildings, 20 Classrooms, 1
Computer Labs, 70 Instructional Computers, 10,000
Library Volumes

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LUXEMBOURG

LUXEMBOURG
Area: 2,586 sq km
Population: 509,074
Capital: Luxembourg
Currency: Euro
Languages: Luxembourgish, German, French

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Luxembourg

International School of Luxembourg


Phone 352 260 440
Fax 352 260 44704
Email info@islux.lu
Website www.islux.lu
Address 36 boulevard Pierre Dupong, L-1430, Luxembourg

STAFF
Director Christopher Bowman
Business Manager Ruth Smiley
Deputy Lower School Principal David Walker
Lower School Principal Patricia Angoy
Upper School Principal Nicki Crush

Technology Manager Jason Edwards


Teaching staff Full time 110; Part time 27; Total 137
Nationalities of teaching staff US 52; UK 49;
Luxembourger 2; Other(s) (Australian) 34

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1963
Governed by Board of Governors
Accredited by CIS, Middle States
Regional organizations ECIS
Enrollment PreK 35; Elementary K-5 452; Middle
School 6-8 263; High School 9-12 293; Total 1,043
Tuition range 5,220-16,700

One time Fees Registration 900-1,500; Capital Levy


1,000
Tuition/fee currency Euro
Graduates attending college 90%
Graduates have attended U of Queensland, U of St.
Andrews, U of Warwick, Boston U, Northwestern U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum International, IB, IGCSE
Average class size Elementary 20; Secondary 20
Language(s) taught French, German
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Rugby, Soccer, Softball, Swimming, Tennis,
Track and Field, Volleyball, Baseball, Basketball
Clubs Global Issues Network, Duke of Edinburghs
Award, Student Council, Choir, Band, Yearbook,
School Newspaper
Examinations Act, SAT, TOEFL, AP, GCSE, IB, IGCSE,
PSAT, ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 5 Hectares, 3 Buildings, 82 Classrooms,
6 Computer Labs, 300 Instructional Computers,
20,000 Library Volumes

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MACEDONIA

MACEDONIA
Area: 25,713 sq km
Population: 2,082,370
Capital: Skopje
Currency: Macedonian Denar
Languages: Macedonian, Albanian

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Skopje

Macedonia

American School, Macedonia


Phone 389 2 3063 265
Fax 389 2 3091 332
Email contact@asm.edu.mk
Website www.asm.edu.mk
Address Nikola Parapunov BB, Makotex Complex, Skopje, 1000, Macedonia

STAFF
Superintendent Mike Bujko
Assistant Superintendent Katerina Anguseva
Principal Jason Brown
Teaching staff Full time 9; Part time 6; Total 15

Nationalities of teaching staff US 5; UK 2;


Macedonian 8

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year September-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1994
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by Northwest
Regional organizations CEESA

Enrollment PreK 10; Elementary K-5 25; Middle


School 6-8 25; High School 9-12 15; Total 75
Tuition range 3,300-3,850
Tuition/fee currency Euro
Graduates attending college 100% (10% US)
Graduates have attended U of Southern California,
U of California- Los Angeles, New York U, Yale U,
Stanford U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 8; Secondary 8
Language(s) taught French, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Librarian, Physician

Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,


Physical Education, Computer/Technology
Extra curricular programs Computers, Yearbook,
Community Service, Dance, Drama
Sports Soccer, Swimming, Volleyball, Basketball
Examinations SAT, TOEFL, AP, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 2 Hectares, 1 Buildings, 10 Classrooms, 1
Computer Labs, 20 Instructional Computers, 1,500
Library Volumes

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Skopje

Macedonia

QSI International School of Skopje


Phone 389 2 306 7678
Fax 389 2 306 2250
Email skopje@qsi.org
Website www.qsi.org/mcn_home/mcn_home.htm
Address Ilindenska BB, Reon 39A, Skopje, 1000, Macedonia

STAFF
Director Robert Tower
Office Manager Alex Kostadinovski
QSI Administrative Assistant Zaharija Tosanova
IT Specialist Vladimir Andovski

Librarian Stojana Popovska


Teaching staff Full time 31; Part time 1; Total 32
Nationalities of teaching staff US 11; 21

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1996
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by Middle States
Regional organizations CEESA
Enrollment PreK 12; Elementary K-5 45; Middle
School 6-8 10; High School 9-12 10; Total 77

Tuition range 5,600-18,000


Annual fees Capital Levy 1,600; Busing 1,500; Lunch
700
One time Fees Registration 300
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 33% (33% US)
Graduates have attended Pace U, U of Idaho,
American U of Paris, Pennsylvania State U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 9; Secondary 5
Language(s) taught French, German
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Physician, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Vocal
Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Newspaper, Yearbook, Community
Service, Dance, Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Gymnastics, Martial Arts,
Skiing (Snow), Soccer, Swimming, Tennis, Volleyball,
Badminton, Baseball, Basketball, Football, Archery,
Fencing
Clubs Debate, Model UN, Science, Drama
Examinations SAT, AP, IGCSE, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 1 Hectares, 2 Buildings, 13 Classrooms, 1
Computer Labs, 40 Instructional Computers, 8,000
Library Volumes

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MADAGASCAR

MADAGASCAR
Area: 587,041 sq km
Population: 22,585,517
Capital: Antananarivo
Currency: Madagascar Ariary
Languages: French, Malagasy, English

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Antananarivo

Madagascar

American School of Antananarivo


Phone 261 20 22 42039
Fax 261 20 22 53433
Email miasaadm@gmail.com
Website www.asamadagascar.org
Address BP 1717, Lot II J 161 A Ambodivoanjo Ivandry, Antananarivo, 101, Madagascar
Mailing Address 2040 Antananarivo Place, Dulles, VA, 20189, United States

STAFF
Director Dr. Amy Parish
Senior Bookkeeper Valerie Ratsimbazafy
Principal Stacy Rosie
Registrar Chantal Razafindrakambana
Technology Coordinator Julien Rakotondrasoa

Librarian Lanto Rakotoarison


Teaching staff Full time 31; Part time 3; Total 34
Nationalities of teaching staff US 12; UK 1; Malagasy
6; Other(s) (Dutch) 15

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1969
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by Middle States
Regional organizations AISA
Enrollment Nursery 9; PreK 9; Elementary K-5 98;
Middle School 6-8 49; High School 9-12 68; Total 233
Tuition range 4,000-15,040

Annual fees Registration 250


One time Fees Capital Levy 4,000
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100% (50% US)
Graduates have attended U of Pennsylvania, U of
California- Berkeley, Harvard U, Royal Holloway- U of
London, U of Toronto

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, IBPYP, AP
Average class size Elementary 16; Secondary 16
Language(s) taught French, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Vocal
Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Newspaper, Photography, Yearbook,
Community Service, Dance, Drama, Environmental
Conservation
Sports Martial Arts, Soccer, Tennis, Track and Field,
Volleyball, Basketball
Clubs French, Model UN, Service Summit
Examinations SAT, SAT II, TOEFL, AP, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 2 Hectares, 8 Buildings, 25 Classrooms, 4
Computer Labs, 85 Instructional Computers, 11,000
Library Volumes

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Toamasina

Madagascar

Ambatovy International School


Phone +261-033-37-652-20
Email AIS@ambatovy.mg
Address C/O Ambatovy Project, EX SMOI Building, Bv Augagneur, Toamasina, 501, Madagascar

STAFF
Head of School Nancy Hoppe
Teaching staff Full time 6; Part time 5; Total 11

Nationalities of teaching staff US 5; Malagasy 5;


Other(s) (Canadian) 1

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-11
School year August-June
School type coeducational, company-sponsored, day
Year founded 2011
Governed by Company Board

Regional organizations AISA


Enrollment PreK 6; Elementary K-5 15; Middle School
6-8 6; High School 9-12 4; Total 31
Tuition/fee currency Canadian Dollar

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum International
Average class size Elementary 6; Secondary 4
Language(s) taught French
Language(s) of instruction English
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Vocal Music

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance
Sports Soccer, Volleyball, Badminton
Clubs Cooking, Arts & Crafts, Yoga, Board Games,
English Conversation, Geocaching
Examinations MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Rural

Campus 2 Buildings, 7 Classrooms, 25 Instructional


Computers, 5,000 Library Volumes

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MALAWI

MALAWI
Area: 118,484 sq km
Population: 16,323,044
Capital: Lilongwe
Currency: Malawian Kwacha
Languages: Chichewa, Chinyanja, additional native languages

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Lilongwe

Malawi

Bishop Mackenzie International School


Phone 265 1756 364
Fax 265 1751 374
Email info@bmis.mw
Website bmis.mw
Address Plot Number 3/3/019 Baron Avenue, Area 3, Lilongwe, Malawi
Mailing Address PO Box 102, Lilongwe, Malawi

STAFF
Director Nikolas Bishop
Buisness Manager Willy Horea
Head of Primary School Janette Johnson
Head of Secondary School Paul Harrison
Head of IT Faculty Shane OLoughlin

Librarian Veronica Mahari


Teaching staff Full time 63; Part time 1; Total 64
Nationalities of teaching staff US 10; UK 28;
Malawian 2; Other(s) (Canadian, South African) 24

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1944
Governed by Board
Accredited by CIS, New England
Regional organizations AISA

Enrollment PreK 63; Elementary K-5 396; Middle


School 6-8 129; High School 9-12 141; Total 729
Tuition range 11,964-18,464
Annual fees Registration 100
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 97% (33% US)
Graduates have attended Cornell U, Brown U, British
Columbia U, U of Cambridge, Warwick U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum UK, IB, IBPYP, IBMYP, IGCSE
Average class size Elementary 22; Secondary 16
Language(s) taught French, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Photography, Yearbook, Community
Service, Drama
Sports Golf, Hockey, Martial Arts, Soccer, Softball,
Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball,
Badminton, Basketball, Cricket
Clubs Chess, Student Council, Model UN, Cooking,
Music & Dance Performance, Computer
Examinations SAT, SAT II, IB, IGCSE, PSAT, ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 12 Hectares, 22 Buildings, 40 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 90 Instructional Computers, 15,000
Library Volumes

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MALAYSIA

MALAYSIA
Area: 329,847 sq km
Population: 29,179,952
Capital: Kuala Lumpur
Currency: Ringgit
Languages: Bahasa Malaysia, English, Chinese

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Georgetown

Malaysia

Dalat International School


Phone 60 4 899 2105
Fax 60 4 890 2141
Email admissions@dalat.org
Website www.dalat.org
Address Jalan Tanjung Bunga, Tanjung Bunga, 11200, Malaysia

STAFF
Director Karl Steinkamp
CFO & National Staff Director Joel Chong
Director of Development Larry Chinn
Elementary Principal Heather Fischer
High School Principal Brian Brewster
Middle School Principal Wayne Sawatzky
Residence Life Supervisor Brian Weidemann

Educational Technology Coordinator Jon Horton


Teaching staff Full time 79; Part time 17; Total 96
Nationalities of teaching staff US 65; UK 1;
Malaysian 4; Other(s) (Canadian, South African) 26

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type boarding, coeducational
Year founded 1929
Governed by School Board
Accredited by Western
Regional organizations EARCOS
Enrollment PreK 30; Elementary K-5 140; Middle
School 6-8 145; High School 9-12 190; Total 505
Tuition range 8,000-38,700

Annual fees Boarding 7-day 34,400; Capital Levy


4,650; Lunch 1,400
One time Fees Registration 4,150
Tuition/fee currency Malaysian Ringgit
Graduates attending college 100% (95% US)
Graduates have attended U of Washington, Biola U,
Wheaton Col, U of Wisconsin, U of Michigan

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 18; Secondary 22
Language(s) taught Mandarin, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Math Resource, Nurse,
Psychologist, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Vocational, Instrumental Music,
Vocal Music, Computer/Technology, 1:1 Laptop
Program

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama
Sports Cross-Country, Golf, Rugby, Soccer, Softball,
Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball,
Badminton, Baseball, Basketball
Clubs Forensics, Student Council, Boy & Girl Scouts
Examinations Act, SAT, SAT II, AP, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 4 Hectares, 20 Buildings, 45 Classrooms, 5
Computer Labs, 300 Instructional Computers, 21,000
Library Volumes

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Kuala Lumpur

Malaysia

Garden International School


Phone 60 3 6209 6888
Fax 60 3 6201 2468
Email admissions@gardenschool.edu.my
Website www.gardenschool.edu.my
Address No 16 Jalan Kiara 3, Off Jalan Bukit Kiara, Kuala Lumpur, 50480, Malaysia

STAFF
Principal Stuart Walker
Head of Finance & Administration Kok Liang Leong
Acting Head of Kuantan Campus Joanne Julien
Head of Primary School Neil Smith
Head of Secondary School Graham Wilson
ICT Director Stephen Trask

Library & Learning Resource Manager Primalani


Muthucumaru
Teaching staff Full time 244; Part time 44; Total 288
Nationalities of teaching staff US 1; UK 140;
Malaysian 119; Other(s) (Australian, Canadian) 28

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year September-July
School type coeducational, day
Year founded 1951
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by CIS, SIRIM
Regional organizations ECIS, FOBISSEA, SEASAC

Enrollment PreK 170; Elementary K-5 970; Middle


School 6-8 515; High School 9-12 490; Total 2,145
Tuition range 30,864-55,710
One time Fees Registration N-R (10,000) Y1-13
(20,000)
Tuition/fee currency Myanmar Kyat

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum UK, IGCSE
Average class size Elementary 25; Secondary 25
Language(s) taught French, Mandarin, Spanish,
English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Math Resource, Nurse,
Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology, Drama

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Photography,
Community Service, Dance, Drama, Environmental
Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Golf, Hockey, Martial Arts,
Rugby, Softball, Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field,
Volleyball, Badminton, Baseball, Basketball, Cricket
Clubs Debating, Aeronautics, Math, Poetry, Chess
Examinations A-level GCE, IGCSE

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 3.64 Hectares, 7 Buildings, 114 Classrooms,
6 Computer Labs, 295 Instructional Computers,
89,565 Library Volumes

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Kuala Lumpur

Malaysia

MontKiara International School


Phone 60 3 20938604
Fax 60 3 20936045
Email info@mkis.edu.my
Website www.mkis.edu.my
Address 22 Jalan Kiara, MontKiara, Kuala Lumpur, 50480, Malaysia

STAFF
Head of School Walter Morris
Business & Finance Manager Clinton Ho
Coordinator, Curriculum & Instruction Heather
Shepherd
Elementary Principal Deborah Chisholm
Middle & High School Principal Gary Melton

Student Support Services Coordinator Frances


Burns-Munro
IT Coordinator Christian Blessing
Head of Library & Media Center Laura Forgie
Teaching staff Full time 109; Part time 4; Total 113
Nationalities of teaching staff US 58; UK 6;
Malaysian 8; Other(s) (Canadian, Australian) 41

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, proprietary
Year founded 1994
Governed by Board of Governors
Accredited by Western
Regional organizations EARCOS
Enrollment PreK 65; Elementary K-5 494; Middle
School 6-8 236; High School 9-12 226; Total 1,021
Tuition range 46,761-90,678

One time Fees Registration 29,000


Tuition/fee currency Myanmar Kyat
Graduates attending college 90% (90% US)
Graduates have attended U of British Colombia, U
of Manchester, U of Alberta, Oregon State U, U of
Illinois

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, IB
Average class size Elementary 20; Secondary 18
Language(s) taught French, Mandarin, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology
Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/
Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation

Sports Cross-Country, Golf, Rugby, Soccer, Softball,


Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball,
Badminton, Baseball, Basketball
Clubs Debating, IB Film, Computer, Speech & Drama,
Symphonic Band, Student Council, Varsity Council,
Yearbook, Model UN, Helping Hands, Habitat for
Humanity, National Honor Society, Tri-M Honor
Society
Examinations IOWA, SAT, IB, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 3 Hectares, 4 Buildings, 86 Classrooms,
5 Computer Labs, 550 Instructional Computers,
38,000 Library Volumes

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Kuala Lumpur

Malaysia

The Alice Smith School


Phone 60 3 2148 3674
Fax 60 3 2148 3418
Email klass@alice-smith.edu.my
Website www.alice-smith.edu.my
Address 2 Jalan Bellamy, Kuala Lumpur, 50460, Malaysia

STAFF
Chairman, Council of Governors David Chapplow
Director of Finance & Administration Jean Chang
Assistant Principal, Primary Campus Marcus
Sherwood
Assistant Principal, Secondary Campus Trevor
Spence
Director of School Valerie Thomas-Peter

Primary Principal Stephen Caulfield


Secondary Principal Roger Schultz
Faculty Head, Design Technology Adam Philips
Teacher Librarian Robert George
Teaching staff Full time 134; Part time 5; Total 139
Nationalities of teaching staff UK 111; Malaysian 12;
Other(s) (Irish, Australian) 16

INFORMATION
Grade levels Nursery-12
School year September-July
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1946
Governed by Council
Regional organizations ECIS
Enrollment Nursery 25; PreK 110; Elementary K-5
549; Middle School 6-8 332; High School 9-12 380;
Total 1,396

Tuition range 7,460-17,010


One time Fees Registration 1,000
Tuition/fee currency Malaysian Ringgit
Graduates attending college 99%
Graduates have attended U of Cambridge, Durham
U, Edinburgh U, Kings Col London, Bond U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/
Expeditions, Photography, Yearbook, Community
Service, Dance, Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Gymnastics, Hockey, Rugby, Soccer, Softball,
Basketball, Cricket, Football, Martial Arts
Clubs Boy & Girl Scouts
Examinations GCSE, IGCSE

Curriculum UK
Average class size Elementary 22; Secondary 24
Language(s) taught French, German, Mandarin,
Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Vocational, Instrumental Music, Vocal Music,
Computer/Technology, Fencing

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 14 Hectares, 19 Buildings, 99 Classrooms, 7
Computer Labs, 583 Instructional Computers, 13,000
Library Volumes
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Kuala Lumpur

Malaysia

The International School of Kuala Lumpur


Phone 60 3 4259 5600
Fax 60 3 4257 9044
Email iskl@iskl.edu.my
Website www.iskl.edu.my
Address PO Box 12645, Kuala Lumpur, Selangor, 50784, Malaysia

STAFF
Head of School Paul Chmelik
Director of Finance Thomas Abraham
Assistant Head of School-Operations Robert
Thompson
Director of Curriculum & Professional Development
Rami Madani
Elementary School Principal Anthony Harduar

High School Principal Grant Millard


Middle School Principal Michael Callan
Director of Technology Dave Neudorf
Librarian Nancy Woodward
Teaching staff Full time 189; Part time 11; Total 200
Nationalities of teaching staff US 100; UK 15;
Malaysian 13; Other(s) (Canadian, Australian) 72

INFORMATION
Grade levels Nursery-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1965
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by CIS, Western
Regional organizations EARCOS
Enrollment Nursery 12; PreK 42; Elementary K-5 578;
Middle School 6-8 400; High School 9-12 620; Total
1,652

Tuition range 16,709-23,596


One time Fees Registration 9,567
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 95% (50% US)
Graduates have attended Harvard U, Stanford U,
London School of Economics, Yale U, U of Oxford

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, IB, AP
Average class size Elementary 18; Secondary 20
Language(s) taught French, Japanese, Mandarin,
Spanish, Other, BahasaMalaysia
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Math Resource, Nurse,
Psychologist, Reading Resource, Speech/Hearing
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Golf, Rugby, Soccer, Softball,
Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball,
Badminton, Baseball, Basketball, Football
Clubs Mural, Dance, Homework Help, Chess,
Scrabble, 3-D Curiosity, Climbing, Drama & Story
Telling, Model UN
Examinations Act, IOWA, SAT, AP, IB, PSAT, MAP,
ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 8 Hectares, 2 Buildings, 143 Classrooms,
6 Computer Labs, 1,505 Instructional Computers,
6,000 Library Volumes

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Melaka

Malaysia

Melaka International School


Phone 6 06 3368781
Fax 6 06 3368789
Email info@mis.edu.my
Website www.mis.edu.my
Address Lot 363 Jalan Siantan 1/3, Taman Siantan, Kampung Lapan, Melaka, 75250, Malaysia

STAFF
Principal Jeffery Louis
Senior Assistant I S. Saravanan
Senior Assistant II Farida Shariff
Senior Assistant III R. Ragagopal
Vice Principal of Academics Low Suan Neo

ICT Administrator Saeed Ahmed Khan Talpur


Librarian S. Superletchimy
Teaching staff Full time 35; Part time 1; Total 36
Nationalities of teaching staff Malaysian 33;
Other(s) (Filipino, Pakistani) 3

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-13
School year September-August
School type boarding, coeducational, day
Year founded 1993
Governed by Shamsunnisa Ishak

Tuition range 4,000-15,000


Tuition/fee currency Myanmar Kyat
Graduates attending college 100%
Graduates have attended Monash U, Sunway Col,
Singapore Polytechnic, Shanghai U, Aberdeen Col

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum UK, IGCSE
Average class size Elementary 25; Secondary 25
Language(s) taught Mandarin, English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Librarian, Physician, Psychologist, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Vocational, Instrumental Music, Vocal Music,
Computer/Technology, Table Tennis

Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,


Literary Magazine, Newspaper, Photography,
Yearbook, Dance, Drama, Environmental
Conservation
Sports Hockey, Martial Arts, Soccer, Softball, Track
and Field, Volleyball, Badminton, Basketball,
Football
Clubs Arts and Crafts, Design and Technology,
Cookery, Woodwork, Math and Science, Drama,
Dance
Examinations A-level GCE, IGCSE

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 1 Buildings, 35 Classrooms, 2 Computer
Labs, 60 Instructional Computers, 1,000 Library
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Nusajaya

Malaysia

Raffles American School


Phone 6016 212 5560
Email robmockrish@raffles-american-school.edu.my
Website www.raffles-american-school.edu.my
Address Lot No. 1 Anjung Neighborhood Center 5 Persiaran Ladang Heights, Nusajaya, Johor, 79250,
Malaysia

STAFF
Director Rob Mockrish
Admissions Coordinator Kerstin Mockrish
Teaching staff Full time 12; Part time 2; Total 14

Nationalities of teaching staff US 6; Malaysian 6;


Other(s) (Spanish, Venezuelan) 2

INFORMATION
Grade levels K-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational
Year founded 2012
Governed by Board of Directors
Regional organizations EARCOS

Enrollment Elementary K-5 25; Middle School 6-8


25; Total 50
Tuition range 465,000-46,500
Annual fees Capital Levy 3,000
One time Fees Registration 800
Tuition/fee currency Malaysian Ringgit

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 15; Secondary 15
Language(s) taught Mandarin
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Math Resource, Reading
Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Soccer, Swimming, Track and Field, Volleyball,
Badminton, Basketball
Examinations SAT, SAT II, TOEFL, PSAT, MAP, ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban

Campus 20 Hectares, 22 Buildings, 10,000 Library


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MALI
Area: 1,240,192 sq km
Population: 14,533,511
Capital: Bamako
Currency: CFA Franc
Languages: French, Bambara, native languages

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Bamako

Mali

American International School of Bamako


Phone 223 2022 47 38
Fax 223 2022 08 53
Email aisb@aisbmali.org
Website www.aisbmali.org
Address Rue 90, Bougouba, Porte 134, Bamako, 34, Mali
Mailing Address 2050 Bamako Place, Dulles, Virginia, 20189-2050, United States

STAFF
Director Caroline Jacoby
Business Manager Kadia Kamano
Athletic and Activities Director Tim Antisdel
Guidance Counselor Cindy Cleary
Secondary Principal Randy Neen

Technology Coordinator Nathaniel Erickson


Librarian Jenny Rose
Teaching staff Full time 22; Part time 3; Total 25
Nationalities of teaching staff US 16; Malian 1;
Other(s) (Canadian) 8

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1977
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by Middle States
Regional organizations AISA
Enrollment PreK 29; Elementary K-5 97; Middle
School 6-8 42; High School 9-12 40; Total 208
Tuition range 4,120-18,230

Annual fees Busing 1,850


One time Fees Registration 500; Capital Levy 4,500
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100% (50% US)
Graduates have attended McGill U, Utica Col,
U Laval, U of Richmond, Montreal U, Virginia
Commonwealth U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 12; Secondary 14
Language(s) taught French, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Yearbook,


Community Service, Dance, Drama, Environmental
Conservation, Crafts, Guitar, Ballet
Sports Gymnastics, Soccer, Swimming, Volleyball,
Badminton, Basketball
Clubs Model UN, Student Council, Global Issues
Network, MathCounts, Community Service
Examinations Act, SAT, SAT II, AP, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 5 Hectares, 1 Buildings, 24 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 90 Instructional Computers, 13,000
Library Volumes

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Bamako

Mali

Bamako International Academy


Phone 223 78764959
Email admin@bia-k8.ws
Website www.bia-k8.ws
Address Rue 308 Porte 5, Torokorobougou, Bamako, B.P.E4318, Mali

STAFF
Administrator Arthur Wilson

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-8
School year September-June
School type coeducational
Year founded 2006

Governed by Proprietor
One time Fees Registration 350
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US
Average class size Elementary 10
Language(s) taught English
Language(s) of instruction English

Extra curricular programs Computers, Drama


Sports Baseball, Football

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban

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MALTA
Area: 316 sq km
Population: 409,836
Capital: Valletta
Currency: Euro
Languages: Maltese, English

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Mosta

Malta

QSI International School of Malta


Phone 356-21-423067
Email malta@qsi.org
Website www.qsi.org/mlt_home/mlt_home.htm
Address Triq Durumblat, Mosta, MST 4815, Malta

STAFF
Director H. Bud Iles
Administrative Coordinator Caroline Sammut
IT Coordinator David Takhe
Teaching staff Full time 8; Part time 3; Total 11

Nationalities of teaching staff US 2; Maltese 6;


Other(s) 3

INFORMATION
Grade levels K-12
School year August-June
School type day, private non-profit
Year founded 2007
Governed by Quality Schools International
Accredited by Middle States

Enrollment Elementary K-5 10; Middle School 6-8 10;


High School 9-12 10; Total 30
Tuition range 7,400-13,000
Annual fees Capital Levy 1,600
One time Fees Registration 300
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 7; Secondary 7
Language(s) taught French
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Physician, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program

Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,


Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Drama,
Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Soccer, Softball, Volleyball,
Badminton, Baseball, Basketball
Examinations IOWA, SAT, AP, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 1,200 Hectares, 2 Buildings, 11 Classrooms,
1 Computer Labs, 20 Instructional Computers, 1,800
Library Volumes

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MARSHALL ISLANDS
Area: 181 sq km
Population: 68,480
Capital: Majuro
Currency: US Dollar
Languages: Marshallese, English

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Kwajalein

Marshall Islands

Kwajalein Schools
Phone 805 355 3761
Fax 805 355 2016
Email robinsaw@kwajalein-school.com
Website www.kwajalein-school.com
Address Kwajalein Range Services, LLC., Attn: Kwajalein Schools, APO, AP, 96555, Marshall Islands

STAFF
Superintendent/Principal Allan Robinson
Librarian Laura Callaway

Teaching staff Full time 34; Total 34


Nationalities of teaching staff US 33; Marshallese 1

INFORMATION
Grade levels K-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, company-sponsored
Year founded 1956
Governed by School Advisory Council
Accredited by North Central

Enrollment Elementary K-5 124; Middle School 6-8


56; High School 9-12 85; Total 265
Graduates attending college 95% (95% US)
Graduates have attended Stanford U, Johns
Hopkins U, Massachusetts Institute of Technology,
Northwestern U, New York U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 15; Secondary 13
Language(s) taught French, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Speech/Hearing
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Literary Magazine,


Yearbook, Community Service, Dance, Drama
Sports Soccer, Softball, Swimming, Volleyball,
Baseball, Basketball
Clubs National Junior Honor Society, National Honor
Society
Examinations Act, IOWA, SAT, SAT II, TOEFL, AP,
PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Rural
Campus 8 Buildings, 36 Classrooms, 3 Computer
Labs, 120 Instructional Computers, 25,000 Library
Volumes

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MAURITANIA

MAURITANIA
Area: 1,030,700 sq km
Population: 3,359,185
Capital: Nouakchott
Currency: Ouguiya
Languages: Arabic, Pulaar, Soninke, Wolof, native languages

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Nouakchott

Mauritania

American International School of


Nouakchott
Phone 222 4525 2967
Fax 222 4525 2967
Email office@aisnmauritania.com
Website www.aisnmauritania.com
Address BP 3107, 288, rue 42-100 (Rue Abdallaye), Nouakchott, Mauritania

STAFF
Director Frank Walsh
Business Manager Joe Sambou
Head of Technology Sidi Ali Francois
Librarian Kimberly Sambou

Teaching staff Full time 10; Part time 2; Total 12


Nationalities of teaching staff US 5; Mauritanian 3;
Other(s) (Algerian, Canadian) 4

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1978
Governed by Board of Trustees
Accredited by Middle States
Regional organizations AISA

Enrollment PreK 8; Elementary K-5 36; Middle


School 6-8 12; High School 9-12 12; Total 68
Tuition range 5,460-14,690
One time Fees Registration 70; Capital Levy 2,000
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 90% (50% US)
Graduates have attended American U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 10; Secondary 7
Language(s) taught Arabic, French, English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, ESL
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Yearbook, Community


Service, Dance, Swimming
Sports Soccer, Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field,
Volleyball, Basketball
Examinations SAT, AP, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 1 Hectares, 2 Buildings, 9 Classrooms, 1
Computer Labs, 15 Instructional Computers, 4,500
Library Volumes

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MAURITIUS

MAURITIUS
Area: 2,040 sq km
Population: 1,313,095
Capital: Port Louis
Currency: Mauritian Rupee
Languages: Creole, Bhojpuri, French

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Mapou

Mauritius

Northfields International High School


Phone 230 266 9448
Fax 230 266 9447
Email office@northfieldsonline.com
Website www.northfieldsonline.com
Address Labourdonnais Village, Mapou, Mauritius

STAFF
Head of School Clive Barnes
Accountant Rose May Laure
Deputing Headmaster Gerry Young
Head of Department, English Tamiyendi Rungasamy
Head of Department, Mathematics Phyllis Philogene
Head of Department, Science Thierry Adam

Personal Assistant to the Head of School Tracey


Fleurot
Head of IT Department Kevin Erskine
Librarian Linda Ramasawmy
Teaching staff Full time 27; Part time 7; Total 34
Nationalities of teaching staff US 1; UK 8; Mauritian
17; Other(s) (South African) 8

INFORMATION
Grade levels 7-12
School year September-July
School type coeducational, company-sponsored
Year founded 2002
Governed by Board of Directors
Regional organizations AISA
Enrollment Middle School 6-8 87; High School 9-12
117; Total 204

Tuition range 158,888-287,222


Annual fees Books 4,000
One time Fees Registration 40,000
Tuition/fee currency Mauritius Rupee
Graduates attending college 75%
Graduates have attended U of Western Australia,
Curtin U of Technology, U of Cape Town, Imperial Col
London, Princeton U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum UK
Average class size Secondary 22
Language(s) taught French, German, Latin,
Mandarin, Spanish, English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, Librarian,
Nurse, Psychologist, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Vocational, Instrumental Music, Vocal Music,
Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Cross-Country, Rugby, Soccer, Softball,
Swimming, Badminton, Basketball, Cricket, Football
Clubs Art, Young Rotarians, Public Speaking,
Scrabble, Chess, Table Tennis, Cookery, Yoga, Dance,
Debating, Spelling Bee, Calligraphy, Carom
Examinations GCSE, IB, IGCSE

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Rural
Campus 9 Hectares, 6 Buildings, 31 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 70 Instructional Computers, 3,000
Library Volumes
Data from 2011/12 school year.

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Port Louis

Mauritius

Le Bocage International School


Phone 230 433 0941 or 9900 or 1159
Fax 230 433 4914
Email lbis@intnet.mu
Website www.lebocage.net
Address Mount Ory, Moka, Mauritius

STAFF
Head of School Andrew Scott
Business Manager Stephanie Runghen
Careers Guidance Officer Prya Jundoosingh
IB Diploma Coordinator Marie Claire Luchmun
IGCSE Coordinator Nadine Espiegle
Principal for Pastoral & Student Support Shekar
Dewoo

Head of Technology Ronny Laroche


Head Librarian Anjali Hardin
Teaching staff Full time 57; Part time 3; Total 60
Nationalities of teaching staff UK 2; Mauritian 56;
Other(s) (Indian, South African) 2

INFORMATION
Grade levels 6-12
School year January-November
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1990
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by CIS
Regional organizations ECIS, NESA
Enrollment Middle School 6-8 267; High School 9-12
291; Total 558
Tuition range 145,200-302,500

Annual fees Books 4,000 - 8,000


One time Fees Capital Levy 45,000
Tuition/fee currency Mauritius Rupee
Graduates attending college 91%
Graduates have attended Mercer U, U of California,
Imperial Col London, U of Toronto, U of Melbourne

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum International, IB, IBMYP, IGCSE
Average class size Secondary 24
Language(s) taught French, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Vocational, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Yearbook,
Community Service, Drama
Sports Cross-Country, Soccer, Swimming, Track and
Field, Volleyball, Badminton, Basketball, Cricket,
Football
Clubs Computer, Games, Outdoor, Drums
Examinations SAT, GCSE, IB, IGCSE

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Rural
Campus 5 Hectares, 4 Buildings, 37 Classrooms, 3
Computer Labs, 680 Instructional Computers, 10,000
Library Volumes

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MEXICO

MEXICO
Area: 1,964,375 sq km
Population: 114,975,406
Capital: Mexico City
Currency: Mexican Peso
Languages: Spanish, native languages

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Allende

Mexico

Cardinal School, Allende Campus


Phone 826 268 1870
Fax 826 268 1872
Email headmasters@cardinal.edu.mx
Website www.cardinal.edu.mx
Address Carretera a La Colmena #888; La Colmena de Abajo, Allende, Nuevo Leon, 67350, Mexico

STAFF
Head Master Leonor Arpee
Financial Comptroller Alejandro Fernandez
Academic Director Mely Coronado
Administrative Director Oscar Trevino
Admissions Director Patricia Najera
Elementary & Junior High Principal Reina Salazar
Preschool Principal Edith Cavazos

Technology Coordinator Edna Trevino


Head of Library Edith Segovia
Teaching staff Full time 20; Part time 6; Total 26
Nationalities of teaching staff US 2; Mexican 24

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-9
School year August-July
School type coeducational, church-affiliated
Year founded 2005
Governed by Appointed
Enrollment Nursery 7; PreK 11; Elementary K-5 104;
Middle School 6-8 45; High School 9-12 15; Total 182
Tuition range 130-323

Annual fees Registration 320; Insurance 35; Books


515
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100%
Graduates have attended Instituto Tecnologico y de
Estudios Superiores de Monterrey, U de Monterrey, U
Autonoma de Nuevo Leon

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US
Average class size Elementary 18; Secondary 17
Language(s) taught Spanish, English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, Librarian,
Nurse, Physician, Psychologist, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Vocational, Instrumental Music, Vocal Music,
Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Newspaper, Community Service, Dance,
Environmental Conservation
Sports Gymnastics, Soccer, Volleyball, Basketball
Clubs Model UN, HELP, Math, Ecology
Examinations College Board

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 5 Hectares, 3 Buildings, 16 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 25 Instructional Computers, 1,000
Library Volumes

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Guadalajara

Mexico

The American School Foundation of


Guadalajara A.C.
Phone 52 33 3648 0299
Fax 52 33 3817 3356
Email jheinze@asfg.mx
Website www.asfg.mx
Address Colomos 2100, APDO 6-280, Guadalajara, Jalisco, 44630, Mexico

STAFF
Director General Janet Heinze
Administration & Finance Director Laura Jimenez
Early Childhood Principal Tina Carstensen de Lopez
Elementary Principal Dawn Lussier
High School Principal David McGrath
Instructional Programs Director Julie Villand, Ph.D.
Mexican Program Director Norma Guinto

Middle School Principal David Markman


IT Manager Rafael De La Cruz
Information Technology & Literacy Director Juliet
Evans
Teaching staff Full time 126; Total 126
Nationalities of teaching staff US 62; UK 1; Mexican
63

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1956
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by Southern
Regional organizations ASOMEX
Enrollment Nursery 44; PreK 75; Elementary K-5 746;
Middle School 6-8 292; High School 9-12 277; Total
1,434

Tuition range 5-7


Annual fees Registration 3,145 USD; Insurance 525
USD
Tuition/fee currency Mexican Peso
Graduates attending college 99% (25% US)
Graduates have attended Yale U, U of Pennsylvania,
U of Notre Dame, Massachusetts Institute of
Technology, Harvard U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/
Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Yearbook, Community Service, Dance, Drama,
Environmental Conservation
Sports Martial Arts, Soccer, Swimming, Track and
Field, Volleyball, Badminton, Basketball, Football
Clubs Model UN, National Junior Honor Society,
National Honor Society, MathCounts, Ecology,
Destination Imagination, Robotics, Societal Issues
Examinations SAT, SAT II, TOEFL, AP, PSAT, MAP

Curriculum US, National, AP


Average class size Elementary 21; Secondary 23
Language(s) taught French, German, Italian,
Mandarin, Spanish, English
Language(s) of instruction English/Spanish
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Math Resource, Nurse,
Psychologist, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Vocal
Music, Computer/Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 3 Hectares, 7 Buildings, 100 Classrooms, 6
Computer Labs, 725 Instructional Computers, 30,000
Library Volumes

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Mexico City

Mexico

The American School Foundation, A.C.


Phone 5255 5227 4900
Fax 5255 5272 8453
Email asf@asf.edu.mx
Website www.asf.edu.mx
Address Bondojito 215, Col. Las Americas, Mexico City, 01120, Mexico

STAFF
Executive Director Paul Williams
Chief Administration & Finance Officer Cynthia
DeLong
Head of Athletics & Extended Learning Robert
Wilson
Head of Early Childhood Center Susan Olivo
Head of Lower School Evan D. Hunt

Head of Middle School Rebecca Crutchfield


Head of Upper School Amy Gallie
Teaching staff Full time 238; Part time 3; Total 241
Nationalities of teaching staff US 100; UK 6;
Mexican 118; Other(s) (Canadian, Argentine) 17

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1888
Governed by Board of Trustees
Accredited by Southern
Regional organizations ASOMEX
Enrollment PreK 148; Elementary K-5 1,139; Middle
School 6-8 556; High School 9-12 712; Total 2,555

Tuition range 111,850-162,550


Annual fees Registration 29,053; Busing 22,050
Tuition/fee currency Mexican Peso
Graduates attending college 100% (50% US)
Graduates have attended Harvard U, Massachusetts
Institute of Technology, Stanford U, Yale U, Princeton
U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, National, International, IB, IBPYP,
IBMYP, AP
Average class size Elementary 23; Secondary 24
Language(s) taught French, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English & Spanish
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Math Resource, Nurse,
Physician, Psychologist, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Newspaper,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Gymnastics, Martial Arts, Soccer, Swimming,
Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball, Basketball,
Football
Clubs Asian, Ecology, Film, French, Gamma, Habitat
for Humanity, Hogar Dulce Hogar, Literary Magazine,
Model UN, Camping
Examinations Act, SAT, SAT II, Stanford, TOEFL, AP,
IB, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 7 Hectares, 9 Buildings, 160 Classrooms,
10 Computer Labs, 500 Instructional Computers,
90,000 Library Volumes

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Monterrey

Mexico

American School Foundation of Monterrey


Phone 52 81 5000 4400
Fax 52 81 5000 4470
Email jeff.keller@asfm.edu.mx
Website www.asfm.edu.mx
Address Ave. Ignacio Morones Prieto 1500, Colonia San Isidro, Santa Catarina, Nuevo Leon, 66190, Mexico

STAFF
Superintendent Dr. Jeffrey Keller
Chief Financial Officer Luis Carlos Reyes
Elementary Principal & Campus Director Joe
Stanzione
High School Principal & Campus Director Jeff
Farrington
Middle School Principal Ron Lalonde, Ph.D.

Information Technology Director Luis Zuniga


Elementary Librarian Fiona Morales
Teaching staff Full time 225; Total 225
Nationalities of teaching staff US 56; Mexican 114;
Other(s) (Canadian) 55

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1928
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by Southern
Regional organizations ASOMEX
Enrollment Nursery 152; PreK 157; Elementary K-5
1,001; Middle School 6-8 513; High School 9-12 652;
Total 2,475

Tuition range 9,000-14,000


Annual fees Registration 1,500
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100% (60% US)
Graduates have attended Yale U, Massachusetts of
Technology, Princeton U, Harvard U, Stanford U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 22; Secondary 24
Language(s) taught French, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Math Resource, Nurse,
Physician, Psychologist, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Vocal
Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Literary Magazine, Photography,
Yearbook, Community Service, Dance, Drama,
Environmental Conservation
Sports Gymnastics, Soccer, Track and Field,
Volleyball, Basketball
Clubs MathCounts, National Honor Society, Junior
Honor Society, Student Council, Environmental,
Community Service
Examinations SAT, AP, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 22 Hectares, 2 Buildings, 180 Classrooms,
10 Computer Labs, 800 Instructional Computers,
300,000 Library Volumes

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Monterrey

Mexico

Pan American School, Monterrey Campus


Phone 52 81 8342 0778
Fax 52 81 8340 2749
Email dadmission@pas.edu.mx
Website www.pas.edu.mx
Address Hidalgo 656 pte., Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, 64000, Mexico

STAFF
Head of School & Co-Founder Leonor Arpee
Finance Director Oscar Trevino
Elementary School Principal Mireya Pinelo
General Director Sandra Fernandez
Middle School Principal Elsa Salazar
Preschool Principal Lorena Flores
Sports Supervisor Ruben Lujano

Technology Coordinator Edna Trevino


Head of Library & Media Resources Alicia Saenz
Teaching staff Full time 50; Part time 7; Total 57
Nationalities of teaching staff Mexican 56; Other(s)
(Australian) 1

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-9
School year August-July
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1952
Governed by Board of Directors
Enrollment Nursery 52; PreK 91; Elementary K-5 252;
Middle School 6-8 125; High School 9-12 34; Total 554

Tuition range 163-440


Annual fees Registration 727; Insurance 39
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100%
Graduates have attended Instituto Tecnologico y de
Estudios Superiores de Monterrey, U de Monterrey, U
Autonoma de Nuevo Leon, Texas A&M U, Trinity U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US
Average class size Elementary 23; Secondary 20
Language(s) taught Spanish, English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, Librarian,
Nurse, Psychologist, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Vocational, Instrumental Music, Vocal Music,
Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Yearbook,


Community Service, Dance, Environmental
Conservation, Social Service
Sports Soccer, Volleyball, Basketball, Football
Clubs Ecology, Math, Jazz, HELP (Healing the
Environment Learning Program), Model UN
Examinations TOEFL, Microsoft

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus .5 Hectares, 1 Buildings, 35 Classrooms, 1
Computer Labs, 28 Instructional Computers, 7,193
Library Volumes

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Monterrey

Mexico

Pan American School, San Pedro Campus


Phone 52 8 363 5474
Fax 52 8 363 5602
Email cadmission@pas.edu.mx
Website www.pas.edu.mx
Address Casolar 200, Villas de San Agustin, San Pedro Garza Garcia, Nuevo Leon, 66266, Mexico

STAFF
Head of School & Co-Founder Leonor Arpee
Finance Director Oscar Trevino
Elementary School Principal Karla Silva
General Director Hermelinda Coronado
Middle School Principal Nancy Gonzalez
Preschool Principal Lourdes Guerra
Sports Supervisor Gabriel Guzman

Technology Coordinator Edna Trevino


Head of Library & Media Resources Claudia
Rodriguez
Teaching staff Full time 57; Part time 6; Total 63
Nationalities of teaching staff Mexican 63

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-9
School year August-July
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1952
Governed by Board of Directors
Enrollment Nursery 66; PreK 125; Elementary K-5
335; Middle School 6-8 148; High School 9-12 39;
Total 713

Tuition range 232-541


Annual fees Registration 1,075; Insurance 39; Books
300
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates have attended Instituto Tecnologico de
Monterrey, U de Monterrey, U de Nuevo Leon, Texas
A&M U, Trinity U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US
Average class size Elementary 21; Secondary 19
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, Librarian,
Nurse, Psychologist, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Vocational, Instrumental Music, Vocal Music,
Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Environmental Conservation, Social Service
Sports Gymnastics, Soccer, Volleyball, Basketball,
Football
Clubs Ecology, Math, Jazz, HELP (Healing the
Environment Learning Program), Model UN
Examinations TOEFL, Microsoft

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 4 Hectares, 2 Buildings, 55 Classrooms, 1
Computer Labs, 27 Instructional Computers, 4,720
Library Volumes

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Monterrey(San Pedro and Santa Catarina)

Mexico

American Institute of Monterrey


Phone 52 81 81743700
Fax 52 81 81743701
Email omguzman@aim-net.mx
Website www.aim-net.mx
Address Perseverancia No. 100, Col. Balcones del Valle, Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, 66220, Mexico

STAFF
General Director Elizabeth Huergo
Finance Director Hilda Davila
Human Resources Supervisor Trudy Kwan
Public Relations & Admissions Supervisor Olga
Chapa
San Pedro Campus Director Elizabeth Huergo
Santa Catarina Campus Director David Arnold

Technology Director Guadalupe Mendoza


Technology Director Guadalupe Gonzalez
Library & Media Center Head Julieta Negrete
Teaching staff Full time 106; Part time 39; Total 145
Nationalities of teaching staff US 8; UK 1; Mexican
128; Other(s) (Canadian, British) 8

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-9
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, proprietary
Year founded 1968
Governed by Proprietary School
Accredited by CIS, New England
Regional organizations ASOMEX, Tri Association
Enrollment Nursery 118; PreK 92; Elementary K-5
615; Middle School 6-8 317; High School 9-12 93; Total
1,235

Tuition range 5,800-8,600


Annual fees Registration 1,300; Insurance 55; Books
350
One time Fees Capital Levy 3,000
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100%

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US
Average class size Elementary 25; Secondary 25
Language(s) taught Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Librarian, Nurse,
Physician, Psychologist, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,


Yearbook, Community Service, Dance, Drama,
Environmental Conservation
Sports Martial Arts, Soccer, Track and Field,
Basketball
Examinations TOEFL, MAP, ISA

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 1 Hectare and 4 Hectares Respectively
Hectares, 2 Buildings, 63 Classrooms

4 Computer Labs, 469 Instructional Computers,


29,081 Library Volumes

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Puerto Vallarta

Mexico

American School of Puerto Vallarta


Phone 52 322 221 1525
Fax 52 322 226 7677
Email gsel@aspv.edu.mx
Website www.aspv.edu.mx
Address Albatros 129, Marina Vallarta, Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, 48354, Mexico

STAFF
General Director Gerald Selitzer
Financial Controller Martha Vega
Director of Admissions and College Guidance Elise
Langley
Junior & High School Principal Jose Antonio Salgado
Primary Principal Kathleen Selitzer
School Counselor Josiah Laposky

Technology Director Mark Picketts


Librarian Genevieve Orr
Teaching staff Full time 40; Part time 1; Total 41
Nationalities of teaching staff US 17; UK 1; Mexican
12; Other(s) (Canadian, Italian) 11

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1986
Governed by School Board
Accredited by Southern
Regional organizations ASOMEX, The Tri
Association of American Schools

Enrollment Nursery 16; PreK 18; Elementary K-5 176;


Middle School 6-8 65; High School 9-12 64; Total 339
Tuition range 5,423-7,833
One time Fees Registration 1,494
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 95% (50% US)
Graduates have attended Boston U, Clark U, Cornell
U, Queens U, U of Victoria

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, National, AP
Average class size Elementary 23; Secondary 25
Language(s) taught Spanish, English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Librarian, Nurse, Psychologist, Reading Resource

Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,


Vocal Music, Computer/Technology
Extra curricular programs Yearbook, Community
Service, Dance
Sports Gymnastics, Soccer, Swimming, Tennis,
Volleyball, Basketball
Examinations SAT, Stanford, TOEFL, AP, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 3 Hectares, 7 Buildings, 26 Classrooms, 2
Computer Labs, 100 Instructional Computers, 8,000
Library Volumes

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Queretaro

Mexico

John F. Kennedy School


Phone 52 442 218 0075
Fax 52 442 218 1784
Email mstappung@jfk.edu.mx
Website www.jfk.edu.mx
Address Av. Sabinos 272, Fracc. Jurica Campestre, Queretaro, 76100, Mexico

STAFF
General Director Mirtha Stappung
Finance Director Josefina Morgan
Elementary School Principal Mark Dunn
High School Principal Adrian Leece
Middle School Principal Tara Fitzgerald
Preschool Principal Debra Cortney

Systems Director & Head Librarian/Media Center


Patricia Muller
Teaching staff Full time 148; Part time 31; Total 179
Nationalities of teaching staff US 24; UK 3; Mexican
139; Other(s) (Canadian, Chilean) 13

INFORMATION
Grade levels Nursery-12
School year August-July
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1964
Governed by Board of Directors/Assembly
Accredited by Southern, IB
Regional organizations ASOMEX
Enrollment Nursery 129; PreK 97; Elementary K-5
599; Middle School 6-8 307; High School 9-12 351;
Total 1,483

Tuition range 5,400-9,050


Annual fees Registration 11,598; Insurance 550;
Books 1,640
Tuition/fee currency Mexican Peso
Graduates attending college 99% (99% US)
Graduates have attended Stanford U, U de
Monterrey, U del Valle de Mexico, Illinois Institute
of Technology, Institute Tecnolgico y de Estudios
Superiores

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US
Average class size Elementary 25; Secondary 25
Language(s) taught Spanish, English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Librarian, Nurse, Psychologist, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Vocational, Instrumental Music,
Vocal Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,


Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Gymnastics, Martial Arts, Soccer, Track and
Field, Volleyball, Basketball
Examinations SAT, SAT II, Stanford, TOEFL, IB, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 5.3 Hectares, 36 Buildings, 70 Classrooms, 4
Computer Labs, 226 Instructional Computers, 27,619
Library Volumes

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San Pedro Garza Garcia

Mexico

Instituto San Roberto


Phone 011 52 81 8625 1500
Fax 011 52 81 8625 1517
Email sbaumueller@sanroberto.edu.mx
Website www.sanroberto.edu.mx
Address AV Real San Agustin #4, San Pedro Garza Garcia, 66260, Mexico

STAFF
Superintendent Hortensia Prieto Salinas
Business/Finance Manager Heraclio Quiros
Director of Communications Emma Guerrero
Library VA Head Vernica Villarreal

Teaching staff Full time 300; Part time 150; Total


450
Nationalities of teaching staff US 50; Mexican 300;
Other(s) (Canadian, American) 100

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-9
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1982

Governed by ISR Board of Directors


Accredited by North Central
Regional organizations ASOMEX
Graduates attending college 99% (85% US)

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US
Average class size Elementary 24; Secondary 24
Language(s) taught French, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Physician, Reading
Resource

Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,


Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology, 1:1 Laptop Program
Extra curricular programs Literary Magazine,
Community Service, Dance, Drama
Sports Soccer, Track and Field, Basketball
Examinations TOEFL, MAP, WRAP, ETS

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban

Campus 110 Classrooms, 6 Computer Labs, 200


Instructional Computers, 175,800 Library Volumes

Data from 2011/12 school year.

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Tampico

Mexico

The American School of Tampico


Phone 52 833 227 2081
Fax 52 833 227 2080 ext 126
Email avega@ats.edu.mx
Website www.ats.edu.mx
Address Calle Hidalgo No. 100, Col. Tancol, Tampico, Tamaulipas, 89320, Mexico

STAFF
Director General Emma de Salazar
Business Manager Sandra Trevino de Alexandre
Development Director Leticia Prez Rodrguez
Early Childhood Coordinator Mnica Avia
Rodrguez
Elementary Principal Irelda Galvan Garza
High School Principal Charles Tracy

Middle School Principal Johnatan Kehl


Public Relations & Admissions Araceli Vega Paredes
Director of Technology Cesar Sanchez Rojas
Teaching staff Full time 100; Part time 8; Total 108
Nationalities of teaching staff US 15; Mexican 88;
Other(s) (Canadian, French) 5

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1917
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by Southern
Regional organizations ASOMEX, Character Counts!
Coalition
Enrollment PreK 120; Elementary K-5 330; Middle
School 6-8 120; High School 9-12 150; Total 720

Tuition range 3,575-7,900


Annual fees Registration 10,990; Books 3,000
One time Fees Capital Levy 45,000
Tuition/fee currency Mexican Peso
Graduates attending college 100% (90% US)
Graduates have attended Emerson Col, St. Edwards
U, U of Texas- Pan American, U of Southern Florida,
Rice U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,
Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Gymnastics, Soccer, Track and Field,
Volleyball, Basketball
Clubs Performing Arts, Destination Imagination,
MathCounts, Model UN, Character Counts,
Cheerleaders
Examinations Act, SAT, TOEFL, AP, PSAT, MAP, ERB

Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 22; Secondary 22
Language(s) taught French, German, Spanish,
English
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Librarian, Math Resource, Nurse, Psychologist,
Speech/Hearing
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Vocational, Instrumental Music,
Vocal Music, Computer/Technology, 1:1 Laptop
Program

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 15 Hectares, 11 Buildings, 65 Classrooms, 3
Computer Labs, 260 Instructional Computers, 13,500
Library Volumes

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Torreon

Mexico

Colegio Americano de Torren, A.C.


Phone 52 871 222 51 00
Fax 52 871 733 26 68
Email makhlouf.ouyed@cat.mx
Website www.cat.mx
Address Blvd. Paseo del Algodn #500, Fraccionamiento Los Viedos, Torreon, Coahuila, 27019, Mexico

STAFF
Director General Makhlouf Ouyed
Finance Manager Jos De la Parra
Early Childhood Coordinator Anneke Berumen
Elementary Principal Adrienne Flannery
Mexican Elementary Program Director Lorena Celis
Mexican Secondary Program Director Matilde Garca
Secondary Principal Timothy Bikowski

Technology Coordinator Eros Muoz


Head Librarian Andrea Bravin
Teaching staff Full time 97; Part time 23; Total 120
Nationalities of teaching staff US 31; Mexican 87;
Other(s) (Canadian) 2

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1950
Governed by School Board
Accredited by Southern
Regional organizations AASSA, ASOMEX
Enrollment Nursery 167; PreK 112; Elementary K-5
430; Middle School 6-8 299; High School 9-12 244;
Total 1,252

Tuition range 3,000-6,800


Annual fees Registration 461; Insurance 19; Busing
900; Books 350
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 99%
Graduates have attended U of Texas at San Antonio,
Michigan State U, U of Austin, McGill U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 20; Secondary 22
Language(s) taught French
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL,
Librarian, Nurse, Psychologist
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Photography, Yearbook, Community
Service, Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Soccer, Softball, Swimming, Tennis,
Volleyball, Baseball, Basketball
Clubs National Honor Society, National Junior Honor
Society, Student Council, Chess, Investigation,
Destination Imagination, Ecology
Examinations SAT, SAT II, TOEFL, AP, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 9 Hectares, 5 Buildings, 90 Classrooms, 7
Computer Labs, 200 Instructional Computers, 16,000
Library Volumes

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MOLDOVA

MOLDOVA
Area: 33,851 sq km
Population: 3,656,843
Capital: Chisinau (Kishinev)
Currency: Moldovan Lei
Languages: Moldovan, Russian, Gagauz

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Chisinau

Moldova

QSI International School of Chisinau


Phone 373 22 588 346
Fax 373 22 588 353
Email chisinau@qsi.org
Website www.qsi.org/mdv_home/mdv_home.htm
Address 48/3 Nicolae Costin Street, Chisinau, 2071, Moldova

STAFF
Director Valerie Mullen
Office Manager Ion Rotari
IT Specialist Andrei Rusu
Librarian Wesley Buck

Teaching staff Full time 13; Part time 4; Total 17


Nationalities of teaching staff US 9; UK 1; Moldovan
7

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1996
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by Middle States
Regional organizations CEESA

Enrollment PreK 16; Elementary K-5 50; Middle


School 6-8 6; High School 9-12 3; Total 75
Tuition range 4,000-18,000
Annual fees Capital Levy 1,600; Busing 1,000
One time Fees Registration 300
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100% (100% US)
Graduates have attended Ohio State U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US
Average class size Elementary 10; Secondary 5
Language(s) taught French, Russian
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Physician, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Distance Learning,
Physical Education, Instrumental Music, Vocal
Music, Computer/Technology

Extra curricular programs Computers, Excursions/


Expeditions, Photography, Yearbook, Community
Service, Dance, Drama, Environmental Conservation,
Art
Sports Martial Arts, Soccer, Tennis, Volleyball,
Basketball
Clubs Book, Chess, Creative Dance, Tae Kwon Do,
Poetry, Drama, Math
Examinations MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 0.75 Hectares, 2 Buildings, 16 Classrooms, 1
Computer Labs, 32 Instructional Computers, 8,000
Library Volumes

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MONGOLIA

MONGOLIA
Area: 1,564,116 sq km
Population: 3,179,997
Capital: Ulaanbaatar
Currency: Togrog/Tugriks
Languages: Khalkha Mongol, Turkic, Russian

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Ulaanbaatar

Mongolia

International School of Ulaanbaatar


Phone 976 70160010
Fax 976 70160012
Email administration@isumongolia.edu.mn
Website isumongolia.edu.mn
Address PO Box 36/10, Four Seasons Garden, Khan-Uul District, Ulaanbaatar, 17032, Mongolia

STAFF
Director Robert Stearns
Accounts Manager Luvsantseren Tugsjargal
DP Coordinator Deborah Kelly
Deputy Director & Business Tuul Arildii
Head of Primary Richard Elya
Head of Secondary Betsy Hanselmann
MYP Coordinator Barbara Dilthey

PYP Coordinator Sarah Isaac


Librarian & Media Specialist Judith Reid
Teaching staff Full time 47; Total 47
Nationalities of teaching staff US 21; UK 1;
Mongolian 5; Other(s) (Canadian, Australian) 20

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1992
Governed by School Board
Accredited by CIS, New England, IB PYP, MYP
Regional organizations EARCOS, ACAMIS
Enrollment PreK 28; Elementary K-5 193; Middle
School 6-8 70; High School 9-12 74; Total 365
Tuition range 10,374-30,790

Annual fees Registration 150; Capital Levy 3,500;


Busing 1,050 (optional)
One time Fees Books 406 (refundable)
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar
Graduates attending college 100% (40% US)
Graduates have attended U of Michigan, U of British
Columbia, U of Virginia, Duke U, Lehigh U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum IB, IBPYP, IBMYP
Average class size Elementary 22; Secondary 24
Language(s) taught French, Mandarin, Spanish,
English, Korean
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Psychologist
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,


Photography, Yearbook, Community Service, Dance,
Drama, Environmental Conservation
Sports Martial Arts, Soccer, Track and Field,
Volleyball, Badminton, Basketball
Clubs Young Adventures, Roots & Shoots, Global
Issues Network
Examinations SAT, SAT II, IB, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Urban
Campus 2 Hectares, 1 Buildings, 34 Classrooms, 1
Computer Labs, 140 Instructional Computers, 18,000
Library Volumes

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MONTENEGRO

MONTENEGRO
Area: 13,812 sq km
Population: 657,394
Capital: Podgorica
Currency: Euro
Languages: Serbian, Montenegrin

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Podgorica

Montenegro

QSI International School of Montenegro


Phone 382 20 641 734
Fax 382 20 640 837
Email montenegro@qsi.org
Website www.qsi.org/mtg_home/mtg_home.htm
Address Ul: Romanovih 33, Zabjelo, Podgorica, 81000, Montenegro

STAFF
Director Mitchell Elswick
Administrative Assistant Zorica Baosic
Head of Library/Media Center Pedja Jovanovic
Teaching staff Full time 14; Part time 5; Total 19

Nationalities of teaching staff US 7; UK 1;


Montenegrin 8; Other(s) 3

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year September-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 2006
Governed by QSI President & Board of Directors
Regional organizations CEESA

Enrollment PreK 10; Elementary K-5 35; Middle


School 6-8 18; High School 9-12 7; Total 70
Tuition range 6,300-18,000
One time Fees Registration 300
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum International, AP
Average class size Elementary 12; Secondary 5
Language(s) taught French
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists ESL

Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,


Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology
Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,
Yearbook, Dance, Drama
Sports Soccer, Volleyball, Basketball
Examinations SAT, AP, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus .75 Hectares, 1 Buildings, 10 Classrooms, 1
Computer Labs, 25 Instructional Computers, 5,000
Library Volumes

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MOROCCO

MOROCCO
Area: 446,550 sq km
Population: 32,309,239
Capital: Rabat
Currency: Moroccan Dirham
Languages: Arabic, Berber dialects, French

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Casablanca

Morocco

Casablanca American School


Phone 212 522 214 115
Fax 212 522 212 488
Email cas@cas.ac.ma
Website www.cas.ac.ma
Address Route de la Mecque, Lotissement Ougoug, Casablanca, 20150, Morocco

STAFF
Director Stephane Ruz
Business Manager Abdelhak El Fellah
Admissions/Communications Coordinator Samira
Peters
Curiculum Coordinator Amanda Scott
Lower School Principal Nada Collins
Middle School Principal Mario Fallios

Registrar Atika Amani


Upper School Principal Robert Esenberg
IT Manager Mohammed El Baakili
US Librarian Gabrielle Wong
Teaching staff Full time 95; Part time 4; Total 99
Nationalities of teaching staff US 52; UK 2;
Moroccan 29; Other(s) (British, Canadian) 16

INFORMATION
Grade levels N-12
School year September-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1973
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by New England
Regional organizations ECIS, MAIS
Enrollment Nursery 53; PreK 55; Elementary K-5 248;
Middle School 6-8 127; High School 9-12 137; Total
620

Tuition range 47,650-129,550


Annual fees Capital Levy 600
One time Fees Registration 10,000
Tuition/fee currency Moroccan Dirham
Graduates attending college 100%
Graduates have attended U of California- Los
Angeles, Georgetown U, Brown U, Stanford U, Boston
U

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, IB, GCSE
Average class size Elementary 38; Secondary 40
Language(s) taught Arabic, French, Spanish
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Reading Resource,
Speech/Hearing

Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,


Computer/Technology
Extra curricular programs Literary Magazine,
Yearbook, Community Service, Drama
Sports Soccer, Swimming, Volleyball, Badminton,
Basketball
Examinations Act, SAT, TOEFL, AP, IB, PSAT, MAP

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 2 Hectares, 5 Buildings, 45 Classrooms, 3
Computer Labs, 70 Instructional Computers, 16,000
Library Volumes

439
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2012-2013 ISS Directory

Casablanca

Morocco

George Washington Academy


Phone 212 522 95 30 00
Fax 212 522 95 30 01
Email info@gwa.ac.ma
Website www.gwa.ac.ma
Address Km 5, 6 Route dAzemmour, Hay Hassani, Casablanca, 20220, Morocco

STAFF
Head of School David Welling
Finance Manager Rime Karam
Administrative Director Scott Douglass
Lower School Principal Matthew Ilhe
Lower School Vice-Principal Joy Perrott

Upper School Principal Tim Warren


Technology Manager Isaac Martinat
Teaching staff Full time 81; Part time 5; Total 86
Nationalities of teaching staff US 41; UK 1;
Moroccan 32; Other(s) (Canadian) 12

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year September-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1998
Governed by Board of Directors
Accredited by Middle States
Regional organizations MAIS
Enrollment PreK 78; Elementary K-5 299; Middle
School 6-8 143; High School 9-12 189; Total 709
Tuition range 50,600-98,325

Annual fees Registration 1,000; Busing 6,500 8,000; Lunch 7,650


One time Fees Capital Levy 24,000
Tuition/fee currency Moroccan Dirham
Graduates attending college 97% (95% US)
Graduates have attended Pennsylvania State U,
Temple U, Virginia Tech, Middlebury Col

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Curriculum US, AP
Average class size Elementary 24; Secondary 20
Language(s) taught Arabic, French
Language(s) of instruction English
Staff specialists Computer, Counselor, ESL, Learning
Disabilities, Librarian, Nurse, Reading Resource
Special curricular programs Art, Physical Education,
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Computer/
Technology

Extra curricular programs Excursions/Expeditions,


Newspaper, Photography, Yearbook, Community
Service, Dance, Drama
Sports Soccer, Swimming, Track and Field, Volleyball,
Badminton, Basketball
Clubs Cooking, Homework, Reading, Intramural
Sports, Gymnastics, Martial Arts, Art & Crafts, Choir,
Board Games
Examinations Act, SAT, SAT II, Stanford, AP, GCSE,
IGCSE, PSAT

CAMPUS FACILITIES
Location Suburban
Campus 5 Hectares, 3 Buildings, 55 Classrooms, 3
Computer Labs, 128 Instructional Computers, 30,000
Library Volumes

440
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2012-2013 ISS Directory

Rabat

Morocco

Rabat American School


Phone 212 53 767 1476
Fax 212 53 767 0963
Email info@ras.ma
Website www.ras.ma
Address 1 bis rue El Amir Abdelkader, Agdal, Rabat, 10102, Morocco
Mailing Address Rabat American School, c/o US Embassy, BP 120, Rabat, 10000, Morocco

STAFF
Director Paul Johnson, Ed.D.
Business Manager Elizabeth Skiredj
Admissions & Development Officer Btissam Touijer
Elementary Principal Kristy Krahl
Secondary Principal Lynn Bridges

Technology Coordinator Woodrow Kramm


Librarian Cynthia Ruptic
Teaching staff Full time 48; Part time 9; Total 57
Nationalities of teaching staff US 22; UK 6;
Moroccan 9; Other(s) (Canadian, British) 20

INFORMATION
Grade levels PreK-12
School year August-June
School type coeducational, day, private non-profit
Year founded 1962
Governed by Board of Trustees
Accredited by Middle States
Regional organizations MAIS
Enrollment PreK 20; Elementary K-5 190; Middle
School 6-8 99; High School 9-12 110; Total 419

Tuition range 15,650-22,445


Annual fees Busing 1,025
One time Fees Registration 7,750
Tuition/fee currency US Dollar