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The academy is an educational institution dedicated to fulfil the needs of children, located in the Western area of Panama City. The Academy was established in May of 2004 in Panama-Pacific

The academy offers an Americanized style of education that goes from PK3 all the way up to middle school. Academy students represent a diversity of economic, social, and cultural backgrounds. The academy serves the international and Panamanian communities. The student body at the academy currently consists of more than 320 students, representing over 10 nationalities.

They are accredited by the Ministry of Education and we are proud to offer one of the best Full-English programs in the area. We are also proud to offer unique services such as day care, private tutoring, after-school education, and extra-curricular activities, all of these at an exceptional value.

This academy was founded in 1997 by a small group of missionaries, pastors, and other parents primarily from the United States. The school began with 29 students enrolled in grades Kindergarten through 8th grade.

Provides a quality, Christian education option to families. The school has grown from the original 29 to over 270 students in grades K4 to 12th grade. The average senior class is 16 students. 95% of graduates enter post-secondary institutions in Panama, US, Canada as well as many other places. The average class size is 23 and the faculty is primarily from the United States with the exception of speciality areas and foreign language classes.

Approximately 30% of our students have Panamanian citizenship. Approximately 45% of the student body would be considered non Panamanian although Panama is considered home. The final 25% would be families who are temporarily in Panama from a variety of countries for diplomacy, banking, humanitarian work, import/export and tourism. The student body is comprised of citizens from countries such as Bolivia, India, Jamaica, China, Japan, Colombia, Costa Rica, Peru, Ecuador, El Salvador, Honduras, Germany, Mexico, Sweden, Spain, Russia, Canada, South Korea, New Zealand, Spain, Sweden, United States, Haiti and Venezuela.

Because the academy is not a bilingual school, students entering First grade through 11th grade must demonstrate a proficiency and fluency in writing, speaking and reading English. The academy does not admit new students into the 12th grade. Students in K4 and K5 may be admitted with a certain level of limitation in English usage. The Spanish language is taught to students in all grade levels.

The academy does admit students with various religious preferences although students and parents must be willing to participate in all aspects of the Christian school program. Parents and students do sign an agreement that they will adhere to and follow the Code of Conduct and understand that the Academy functions under a Biblical Worldview.

This school a is a part of King´s Group, one of the largest and most successful international school groups that deliver the National Curriculum of England and Wales. With over 40 years of experience, our schools create an environment that inspires pupils, giving them the confidence and enthusiasm to achieve the highest possible academic results.

The school follows the English National Curriculum, taught by qualified and experienced British teachers. From September 2012 entry has been open to children from Nursery (aged 3) through to year 5 (aged 9 and 10). After the first year the children in Year 5 will move into Year 6 and in this way each year the school will grow to include older children, right up to IGCSEs and eventually A levels.

This school a is a part of King´s Group, one of the largest and most successful international school groups that deliver the National Curriculum of England and Wales. With over 40 years of experience, our schools create an environment that inspires pupils, giving them the confidence and enthusiasm to achieve the highest possible academic results.

The school follows the English National Curriculum, taught by qualified and experienced British teachers. From September 2012 entry has been open to children from Nursery (aged 3) through to year 5 (aged 9 and 10). After the first year the children in Year 5 will move into Year 6 and in this way each year the school will grow to include older children, right up to IGCSEs and eventually A levels.

 

 

This academy was founded in 1997 by a small group of missionaries, pastors, and other parents primarily from the United States. The school began with 29 students enrolled in grades Kindergarten through 8th grade.

Provides a quality, Christian education option to families. The school has grown from the original 29 to over 270 students in grades K4 to 12th grade. The average senior class is 16 students. 95% of graduates enter post-secondary institutions in Panama, US, Canada as well as many other places. The average class size is 23 and the faculty is primarily from the United States with the exception of speciality areas and foreign language classes.

Approximately 30% of our students have Panamanian citizenship. Approximately 45% of the student body would be considered non Panamanian although Panama is considered home. The final 25% would be families who are temporarily in Panama from a variety of countries for diplomacy, banking, humanitarian work, import/export and tourism. The student body is comprised of citizens from countries such as Bolivia, India, Jamaica, China, Japan, Colombia, Costa Rica, Peru, Ecuador, El Salvador, Honduras, Germany, Mexico, Sweden, Spain, Russia, Canada, South Korea, New Zealand, Spain, Sweden, United States, Haiti and Venezuela.

Because the academy is not a bilingual school, students entering First grade through 11th grade must demonstrate a proficiency and fluency in writing, speaking and reading English. The academy does not admit new students into the 12th grade. Students in K4 and K5 may be admitted with a certain level of limitation in English usage. The Spanish language is taught to students in all grade levels.

The academy does admit students with various religious preferences although students and parents must be willing to participate in all aspects of the Christian school program. Parents and students do sign an agreement that they will adhere to and follow the Code of Conduct and understand that the Academy functions under a Biblical Worldview.

 

The academy is an educational institution dedicated to fulfil the needs of children, located in the Western area of Panama City. The Academy was established in May of 2004 in Panama-Pacific

The academy offers an Americanized style of education that goes from PK3 all the way up to middle school. Academy students represent a diversity of economic, social, and cultural backgrounds. The academy serves the international and Panamanian communities. The student body at the academy currently consists of more than 320 students, representing over 10 nationalities.

They are accredited by the Ministry of Education and we are proud to offer one of the best Full-English programs in the area. We are also proud to offer unique services such as day care, private tutoring, after-school education, and extra-curricular activities, all of these at an exceptional value.

This school currently has around one thousand two hundred students from more than fifty different countries. The school takes children from nursery school age all the way up to grade twelve. The majority of students go on to take their International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma which is recognised worldwide as a measure of excellence.

 


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