Colegio Anglo Americano Prescott (Arequipa)
El Colegio Anglo Americano Prescott es para la sociedad peruana una alternativa de educación para el desarrollo regional y nacional y para la formación en valores de los niños y jóvenes a su cargo.
Colegio F. D. Roosevelt (American School of Lima) (Lima (La Molina))
F. D. Roosevelt was founded in 1946 by American residents in Peru. It is a non-sectarian, non-profit, private day school supported by tuition and fees. The program is co-educational, non-residential and extends from early childhood (age 3) through twelfth grade. The school is governed by a 12-member Board of Directors representing the Instituto Educacional Franklin Delano Roosevelt. The American School of Lima is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and the Peruvian Ministry of Education.
Newton College (Lima (La Molina))
Newton College is an Anglo-Peruvian, co-educational, bilingual, day school for students aged 2 to 18. It was founded in 1979 with the intention of offering a modern, humanistic, technological education combining academic excellence, sound character formation and a sense of service to the community. The curriculum draws on the best of Peruvian and British educational systems and is based on the programmes of the International Baccalaureate Organisation and I.G.C.S.E. (Cambridge University). The College has been delivering the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme for students aged 16 to 18 since 1987 and at present is in the process of implementing the I.B. Primary Years Programme for students aged 3 to 11. Both English and Spanish are languages of instruction and French is also taught to students from the age of 11.
Asociación Colegio Pestalozzi (Lima (Miraflores))
El 17 de septiembre de 1941 se funda la Asociación Colegio Pestalozzi con el fin "de contribuir, con todos los medios a su alcance, a la creación y sostenimiento de una escuela en Lima, regida por los principios educativos del gran pedagogo suizo Enrique Pestalozzi y las disposiciones de la Ley Orgánica de Enseñanza del Perú".
San Silvestre School (Lima (Miraflores))
Throughout almost 70 years, San Silvestre has kept alive a special spirit and tradition that have earned it the reputation of being unique. San Silvestre offers a combination of British and Peruvian education that provides our students with the knowledge and skills they need to succeed in an increasingly competitive and globalised world. It also strengthens their commitment to Peru and encourages them to face the challenges of their own culture.
English Way (Lima (Miraflores))
Hiram Bingham -The British International School of Lima (Lima (Surco))
British International co-educational bilingual school for students aged between 3 and 18.
Markham College (Lima (Surco))
Markham College was founded in 1946 by a group of Anglo-Peruvians who had previously sent their children to the great independent schools in Britain. Rapidly, Markham began to distinguish itself from other schools in Lima and the strong traditions of British-Peruvian education, still honoured today, became firmly established.
Fleming College The British International School of Trujillo (Trujillo (northern coast of Peru))
I. E. Dionisio Ocampo (Yantalo, Amazon Jungle)
This is a public school in a rural jungle area. Since 2006 the Yantalo Foundation sponsors two full time English teachers: K-12. The goal is to develop educated bilingual individuals with awareness and sensitivity of international cultures and who definetely will play a significant role in the progress of their community.