Alliance Academy International

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Basic Information

Address: Casilla 171106186 Villalengua 789 y 10 de Agosto Quito, Ecuador
Phone Number: 593-2-226-7510
Fax Number: 593-2-226-4350
Director/Owner: Dr. David A. Wells

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Additional Information

Human Resources Executive Director: Lois P. Wells
Ages: 4-18
Accreditation/Affiliation: AdvancED (SACS CASI) and Association of Christian Schools International
Nationalities: Twenty-eight
School Types: Independent International Christian School
Tuition: $5,900 - $8,600
Financial Aid:

Need-based

Enrollment: Open
School Setting:

AAI is located in the north of Quito, Ecuador. The Academy has secure and spacious facilities.

School Schedule (Hours in Day): 8:00 - 3:30
Student/Teacher Ratio: 7 to 1
Departments:

AAI offers a broad program, serving children with special needs and students who excel academically.

Curriculum:

AAI offers a US-style curriculum, with many Advanced Placement opportunities at the high school level.

Computer Capabilities:

Students and teachers have access to advanced technology, several computer laboratories, and Internet accessibility.

Extracurricular Activities: Community service, fine arts, performing arts, and athletics are central to the school's co-curricular program.
Admissions Requirements:

Admission is based on the student's academic and disciplinary record. Students are not excluded based on ability, but special needs are assessed to assure that these needs can be met.

Admissions Deadline: Open admissions
Mission Statement:

The AAI exists to: develop followers of Jesus Christ who live with a focus on eternity; provide students with a U.S. style of education based on the highest standards of educational excellence; and provide a caring community where students are taught to be critical in their thinking, multicultural in their understanding, and compassionate in their dealings with others.

School History:

AAI was founded in 1929, primarily to respond to the educational needs of the children of North American missionaries in Latin America. For many years the Academy's boarding population exceeded 200 students. AAI now serves a broader constituency, including national and international business and diplomatic families.

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