What is the availability of international schools? What has been your general experience with them, if any?

No experience yet, although I did inquire. Nido de Aguilas is the American School (and pretty much the only option is you want your kids to follow the US-based school calendar). Capital Assessment Fee is about US$14,000; annual tuition is around US$10,000. The social component of schooling your kids there runs about US$30,000 a year, I'd say. This is Beverly Hills High. - Jun 2019


There are a few schools parents can choose from. - Feb 2016


Available, seems like they are great schools as far as what we've heard. Apparently Nido has a complicated admissions process to start early. - Nov 2014


No experience but schools such as Nido abd the Grange seem to have a good reputation. - Oct 2014


There are several international schools. - Sep 2011


Nido de Aguilas is the American school in Santiago. - Jul 2010


N/A - Jul 2009


Santiago Christian School-a K-12 school. English-speaking, American style classes taught by certified teachers mainly from the United States and Canada. The school also offers AP classes for high schoolers. Most of the nationals and expat children who attend SCS go on to colleges and universities in the United States, Korea and the Dominican Republic. SCS offers also a dual diploma program for Dominican nationals wishing to obtain both a US accredited HS diploma and a Dominican one. The school has a mix of expat kids (American, Korean, Chinese and European), MKs and Dominican nationals from the most prestigious families in the Santiago area. - Sep 2008


There are several good international schools. NIDO seems to be one of the preferred choices. - Jul 2008


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