What is included in the tuition?
Tuition includes:
• Personalized learning experience for each child powered by Euroamerican School
• Rigorous curriculum resources
• Standardized assessment
• Culture and language exploration
• Workbooks, textbooks, scheduled tasks
• Digital Yearbook.
• School accident Insurance (at the School, Extracurricular Activities and Field Trips)
• Ambulance service 7-24.
• Sports and Extracurricular Activities
• Use of iPads and Macbooks during class
• Homework Agenda
• Festivals and Costumes.

What are school hours?
Families can drop off their children at school anytime between 7:00a.m. and 8:00a.m. for no additional fee
PreNursery 8:30am - 12:00pm
Nursery 8:30am - 12:00pm
Pre Kinder 8:00am - 1:15pm
Kinder 8:00 am - 2:30pm
Gr. 1 - 9 8:00am - 2:30pm

Is Daycare available?
Euroamerican School wants to provide access to an excellent child-centered education to as many students as possible. We believe that all children benefit from being part of a diverse community. Need-based tuition assistance is available by the Secretary of Education. We are happy to discuss options as part of the application process.

After School Programs
The After-School programs give students the opportunity to develop their physical, mental and emotional abilities, which complement their comprehensive education, allowing them to be successful in the world around them. The sports program helps students develop continuous improvement, a sense of self-discipline, and the ability to follow rules resulting in a complete balance in their education. We offer: Soccer, basketball and gymnastics The Euroamerican School's Extracurricular Activities program is an integral part of the school's daily activities. They develop talent, skills, creativity and imagination, capacity for focus, time management,perseverance and the achievement of greater self-confidence which, in turn, reflects on student's academic performance. Some of our Extracurricular Activities are: Model United Nations, Destination Imagination, arts and crafts, designing and making jewelry, cooking, reading and phonics, dance, among others.

What food is served at Euroamerican School / at Cafeteria?
We have 3 breaks: Recess, Lunchtime and After school. Children can bring their own lunches to school. We offer a variety of nutritious snacks and complete lunches available in the Cafeteria. Parents can ask for a complete menu ( monthly, weekly or daily lunch) and they can order and pay online. Parents are welcome to join their children in the cafeteria after school and bring your own home made lunch and eat with their children.

How are allergies handled?
Parents must fill a Medical History format form each student, which indicates if the child has any allergies or medical requirements that must give continuity. The nurse is responsible to inform the student’s needs to the respective teachers. In case the child needs some medicine at school, parents can bring medicines and prescription with directions so the nurse can take over.

Do you have summer school?

How do you handle safety / security?


How do you develop a personalized curriculum?
What is the Euro Way?
What role do standards play at Euro?
What Extracurricular Activities experiences do you offer?
Some of our Extracurricular Activities are: Model United Nations, Destination Imagination, arts and crafts, designing and making jewelry, cooking, reading and phonics, dance, among others. we have institutionalized programs such as: Entrepreneur Program, Destination Imagination, robotics, chess etc.
What type of assessment happens at Euro?
Is there a foreign language program?
Do you give grades?
What is your policy on homework?

Who is the principal?
Mr Glenn (EuroValle) Mr Cyr (EuroSur). I asked Human Resources for their brief biograp
What is your student-teacher ratio?
How are you using technology?
ICT is helping me with this

What kind of child does Euroamerican School look for?
What about siblings of those already enrolled?
How old does my child need to be to enroll in Euro?
Children must be 2 years, 6 months by their first day at school. We can provide flexible start dates for children near the cut-off, but they must be 2 years, 6 months before they begin attending class.
How are grade levels organized at Euro?
Preschool PreNursery / Nursery / PreKinder / Kinder
Elementary From 1st grade until 5th grade
Middle School 6th / 7th / 8th / 9th grade
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