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Abraham Lincoln School

Abraham Lincoln School

Peruvian North American School in Lima

Peruvian North American School in Lima
Address
Av. José Antonio 475, Urb. Parque de Monterrico, La Molina, Lima
Grades
Primary Years Program (from 3 years), Middle Years Program and IB Diploma Program
Language of instruction
English and Spanish
School-leaving qualification
International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma and Peruvian program diploma
Monthly tuition
S/ 1627 (10 months to be paid per year)
Yearly enrollment fee
Same amount as tuition
One-time admission fee
S/ 22,500

The Abraham Lincoln School is a Peruvian North American school aiming at educating bilingual students, giving them a solid foundation using state of the art technology and current methodologies and preparing them for a constantly changing globalized world.

The total enrollment is about 1,300 with class sizes of about 22 - 25 students.

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