Puerto Rico Schools
Puerto Rico's school system is one of the largest systems within the United States. Classes, however, are in Spanish, a significant factor for consideration by newcomers. Most executives moving to the Island generally send their children to private or parochial schools because of their high academic standards and English instruction.
Costs per child run between $3,000.00 and $6,000.00 annually plus transportation and lunch. The school year follows the U.S. pattern, from September to June. Early registration of children is extremely important.
While you are here we will take you to a number of schools that should meet your children's needs.
The schools listed here compare very favorably with those in the States and all teach in English, or English and Spanish.
Baldwin, Wesleyan, American Military, San Ignacio, María Reina, The Caribbean Preparatory School, Cupeyville, Academia San José, and Maristas.
Colegio San José
St. Johns, Robinson