of UAS Experience
Mother of two students
“The decision of where to enroll our kids is one of the most important decisions we will make. I would encourage anyone curious to come to spend a day here, feel the energy, meet the passionate teachers, and explore the great campus!”
School-Wide Outdoor Education Coordinator
The school is truly distinctive because of its international atmosphere. I just love teaching and working with people from all over the world. There’s a natural embracing of diversity.”
Grade 6 student
FRANCESCA SHAW VILLAR
“I found that UAS teachers are always understanding and there for you no matter what, whether it is a problem at home, with friends, or any issue with school work. They always try their best to help out. Also, I really enjoy the classes. They are always different and fun, there are activities, projects, group assignments, and even the tests are made in a fun way.”
Physical Education Teacher and Basketball Coach
Scenes from a Saturday home game at UAS.
Check out some photos from our traditional Thanksgiving lunch yesterday. Grateful for the opportunity of getting our students and staff back together for a Thanksgiving meal once again🙏
Over the past few weeks, the NHS has been directing a food drive for @bancodealimentosuy, a local foundation that receives food donations and distributes them to organizations that are helping those in need across the country. This month, eight boxes of non-perishable food donations were collected and delivered under the supervision of the NHS . Thank you to all who participated and continue to support these projects!
José Gurvich was a Uruguayan artist, famous for his Constructivism style of painting. Ms. Garrone’s Elementary class got to learn about Gurvich’s life, his masterpieces and inspirations. After that, our young artists practiced what they learned, drawing abstract constructivism paintings and working with recycled objects.
Making good use of the summer weather, Dr. Amaral’s class performed a series of fun and safe experiments in front of an audience of primary students. It was a great learning experience for all!
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