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The ideal EA whole child is an individual who, guided by our core values and a clear sense of self and well-being, seeks to become a responsible member of society and an active global citizen. The EA whole child will continually strive to improve, be reflective and inquisitive, be accepting and respectful of others, and be genuinely inclined to serve his or her community. The EA whole child is equipped with communication, collaboration, critical thinking, problem-solving, information literacy, adaptability skills, and a high level of self-efficacy; the whole child is committed to achieving his or her full potential.

A whole child approach ensures that each student is healthy, safe, engaged, supported, and challenged. This sets the standard for comprehensive, sustainable school improvement and provides for long-term student success.



One of the elements in which Escuela Americana places the greatest emphasis and where many efforts are targeted is that of Values and Character Education. For many years EA has worked in a comprehensive program designed to reach this objective. Parents of the EA community have joined forces to create the “Character Building Program (CBP)/FORJA”.

The objective of CBP is to give support to children’s character education through the development of social skills and reinforcement of universal values like honesty, responsibility, and fellowship. CBP is an essential part of EA.



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