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Colegio Franklin D. Roosevelt

Colegio Franklin D. Roosevelt

American School of Lima

American School of Lima
Av. Las Palmeras 325 Camacho, La Molina, Lima
Early childhood (from age 3), kinder, elementary school, middle school and high school
Language of instruction
Primarily English, with some courses in Spanish
School-leaving qualification
USA Diploma, official Peruvian program certificate and the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma
Monthly tuition
S/ 4,606.25 - S/ 5,215.95 (9 months to be paid per year)
Yearly enrollment fee
Same amount as tuition
One-time admission fee
about S/ 62,000

Colegio Roosevelt is the official U.S. State Department Office of Overseas Education School in Peru and serves the international business and diplomatic community, as well as host country nationals seeking a North American-style of education.

The Colegio Roosevelt is one of only two schools in Lima that follows the northern hemisphere school calendar; so the new school year starts in August and ends in June.

The total number of students is about 1,500 with 25% from the US, 50% from Peru and 25% from other countries. Class sizes vary; about 15 in kinder, 18 in elementary and 25 in middle and high school.


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