English Language Schools in Caribbean

International School of Aruba (Aruba)

The International School of Aruba is a nonprofit co-educational English language school. It was founded in 1929 and was owned by Lago Oil and Transport Co. Ltd. From 1986 on, the school was governed by the ISA community and parent body. ISA was acquired by ISS, International School Services, in 2004. In 2005, a new campus was constructed and ISA was relocated to the center of the island of Aruba in the Wayaca neighborhood. The school is a U.S. State Department assisted school.

International School of Curacao (Curacao)

The International School of Curacao is an accredited, non-profit, private, co-educational, day school (K-12) that provides instruction in English. The School offers a rigorous academic program in order to prepare students planning to pursue higher learning at colleges and universities around the world. The School's curriculum includes International Baccalaureate (IB) coursework that allows students the opportunity to receive the IB Diploma. The School is non-denominational and welcomes students regardless of race or religious preference. The International School of Curacao is a proud member of the Curacao community and aims to be the best school it can be as it guides and leads students to realize their potential.

Jarabacoa Christian School (Dominican Republic)

Jarabacoa Christian School (JCS) is located in the mountains of the Dominican Republic. For the school year 2009 - 2010, JCS has a student body of 245 students ranging in age from two years to 12th grade. Our students are mainly Dominican with a mix of American, Canadian, Columbian, Costa Rican, Dutch, German, Haitian, Honduran and Puerto Rican.

Colegio Saint John (Dominican Republic)

Saint John School is a private Education Center. In its 19 years of existence it has kept an open door admissions policy, with the purpose of providing its students pleasant environment, giving them the opportunity to explore, experimental and create and in doing become responsible in building the foundation of their own education.

Santiago Christian School (Dominican Republic)

Mission Statement: Santiago Christian School exists to provide the finest Christian education possible and to provide the opportunity for students and their families to attain a clear Biblical undestanding of Jesus as their Savior.

Carol Morgan School (Dominican Republic)

The Carol Morgan School is a co-educational day school with an American college-preparatory curriculum and an enrollment of approximately 1,100 students from over 30 countries.
The school is located on a lush fifteen-acre campus in a residential suburb of Santo Domingo. Facilities include 120 classrooms, a gymnasium, weight room, covered outdoor basketball/volleyball courts, and several athletic fields. In addition, the campus has separate administration, elementary, middle and secondary school buildings.

Domínico-Americano (Dominican Republic)

The "Domínico-Americano", as Dominicans know it and refer to it, is a Bi-National Center. It was founded in 1947 by a group of Dominicans and of U.S. citizens who were then living in this country. Its goal was to strengthen cultural bonds and the ties of friendship between the peoples of the United States of America and of the Dominican Republic.

Colegio Internacional SEK-Las Américas (Dominican Republic)

El clima, la naturaleza caribeña y la secular historia del país, han sido excepcionalmente tratados por expertos profesionales de la educación en el Colegio Internacional SEK-Las Américas para ofrecer un exigente programa de atención personal a cada uno de los educandos, procurando el éxito de los alumnos en el reto diario que supone su aventura de aprendizaje creando el ambiente adecuado para el desarrollo intelectual de sus hijos.

Dominican International College (Dominican Republic)

Dominican International College, affiliated with Fundacion Dominicana Multicultural and Multicultural Council of America (www.multiculturalcouncil.org)offers a number of educational programs in languages (including English, spanish, Creole,etc), business, cultures and humanities.

The Ashton School (Dominican Republic)

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Belair School (Jamaica)

Belair School, located in Mandeville, Jamaica is an independent, non-profit coeducational day school offering a programme from Pre-Kindergarten through grade 12/Sixth Form for students of all nationalities. The School has a reputation for academic excellence and quality education, producing several government scholars and outstanding students including a Rhode Scholar. It is the school of choice for families looking for an all round academic programme featuring enrichment integrated into the mainstream curriculum.

International School of Port of Spain (Trinidad and Tobago)

ISPS was founded in 1994 and is fully accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.