The American School of Quito was originally founded in 1940 by the former President of Ecuador, Galo Plaza Lasso and United States Ambassador, Boaz Long. The school is well-known and established throughout Ecuador and South America for developing leaders that have attended some of the top universities in the United States. Students range from Pre-K to Grade 12 and can graduate through the International Baccalaureate Program (the school offers all three IB programs). Throughout the schools 24-acre campus, there are modern classrooms, a full-service cafeteria, multiple science labs, soccer fields, and computer labs.

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