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International Christian School Lima (ICS)

International Christian School Lima (ICS)

Christian School in Lima

Christian School in Lima
Address
Av. Angamos Oeste 1155 / Calle Retiro, Miraflores, Lima
Grades
Kinder (from age 5) through 12th grade
Language of instruction
English and Spanish
School-leaving qualification
USA Diploma and official Peruvian program certificate
Monthly tuition
US$ 1,130 (10 months to be paid per year)
Yearly enrollment fee
Same amount as tuition
One-time admission fee
US$ 9,750

The International Christian School (ICS) of Lima is an independent, tuition-based, co-educational day school that offers an international curriculum based on the US American standard for expatriates.

Its aim is to provide a quality education in the spiritual, intellectual, emotional, social, and physical dimensions of life; to instill in each student a biblical worldview, a respect for people of all cultures and religions, and a desire for academic excellence.

The ICS Lima is a small school with an enrollment of less than 200 students from around 19 countries and additionally 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 school is a proud partner school of the Network of International Christian Schools (NICS), a member of CSPN through the school's parent organization and dually-accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) and the Association Christian Schools International (ACSI).

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