Carretera #177 (Ave. Lomas Verdes), kilómetro 6.8,, Guaynabo, PR 00969, Puerto Rico

After School Program, Catholic School, Elementary School

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787-720-6801

http://www.amapr.org/



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American Military Academy

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Academia bilingüe, de enseñanza laica con valores espirituales, co-educativa para estudiantes desde PPK - Grado 12.

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Nick Brown said 5 years ago
Not the best place to send your child to. This is a family business with a school front. The high school administration consists of a mean older lady, and she will throw any teacher under the bus in order to keep certain parent$ happy. Lots of really bad things are covered up (do your own research). Send your kids to Baldwin (or any Catholic school).
Alex Demel said 5 years ago
I like it. Its really cool.
Sergio Pavon said 8 years ago
The best school in Puerto Rico. I attended the school for six years and graduated in 1979 with honors and a G.P.A. of 3.97; my memories of the school were great then and still remain. If you had not had a chance to visit the campus try to visit it-- you will be very impressed with the faculty and student body. From the class of 1979, the majority of students went on to good colleges and universities. My education at the academy prepared me well to attend The George Washington University where I graduated with a B.S. in Chemistry; I also completed my M.B.A. as well at another university. If you are thinking of enrolling your child in a good school in Puerto Rico, there is no choice but the best--The American Military Academy.
Aurora Raymond said 5 years ago
It's not ok to go there
Alice Omayra Rodriguez said 4 years ago
Sus facilidades deportivas !!

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