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Association of American Schools in South America

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Association of American Schools in South America

The Association of American Schools in South America is a non-profit association established in 1961, serving 70 American schools in South America. The schools are:

Contents

  • Argentina 1
  • Bolivia 2
  • Brazil 3
  • Chile 4
  • Colombia 5
  • Ecuador 6
  • Guyana 7
  • Netherlands Antilles 8
  • Nicaragua 9
  • Paraguay 10
  • Peru 11
  • Trinidad and Tobago 12
  • Uruguay 13
  • Venezuela 14
  • External links 15

Argentina

Bolivia

Brazil

Chile

Colombia

Ecuador

Guyana

  • Georgetown American School

Netherlands Antilles

Nicaragua

Paraguay

Peru

Trinidad and Tobago

Uruguay

Venezuela

External links

  • Official AASSA site
  • Official Nido de Aguilas Site
  • Official Asociación Escuelas Lincoln Site
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