School of the Nations (Nations) Brasilia
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About School of the Nations (Nations)

School of the Nations is a private, not-for-profit, coeducational, bilingual (English & Portuguese) international day school that offers an educational program from Nursery through Grade 12. We have approximately 780 students enrolled in our two campuses. Students in Nursery through Grade 1 study at our Early Childhood Campus, and those in Grades 2 through 12 at our Main Campus. Our school year begins in July, following the international academic calendar, not the Brazilian.

School of the Nations was founded in 1980 by four Bahá’í educators and is governed by the School Board. We are a Bahá’í-inspired school and cultivate in students the values of the oneness of God, of humankind, and of religion; unity in diversity; the elimination of all forms of prejudice; equality of men and women; the essential nobility of man; the independent investigation of truth; and service to humankind as the primary purpose of life.

Our bilingual curriculum is rigorous and taught by highly qualified faculty. Our classes are limited to twenty-five students each. From Early Childhood through Grade 8, approximately half of the subjects are taught in Portuguese and the others in English. In High School, students choose one of two Programs –International or Bilingual.

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School of the Nations has a mission to educate world citizens based on standards of academic, bilingual, and moral excellence and to develop students’ capacities to know, love, and serve humankind.

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American, Brazilian, AP Capstone

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6 Reviews of School of the Nations (Nations)

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Overall 4.20
Facilities 5.00
Academics 5.00
Teachers 5.00
Sports 5.00
Music & Arts 5.00
Science & Tech 5.00

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Lucas, 23/03/2022 @ 13:25:30
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Music & Arts

Excellent school with caring staff. Academic work is rigorous and challenging. Above all, teachers care for their students. School of the Nations has a great community!

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Tom Howe, 8 months ago

Great school curriculum.

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Snake Bitten, 2 years ago

Ótima escola, principalmente o ensino fundamental. Estudei dez anos nessa escola e foi uma experiência incrível.

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Holanda Francisca, a year ago

Bad system. Lazy teachers. Unnecessary classes. My kid struggle with the classes that are taught in PORTUGUESE!!!

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Ash Reyes, a year ago

I was a student in School of the Nations and graduated in 2018. And I must admit that the system was terrible, teachers did not do what they promised and most teachers didn't know how to teach or help. I was forced as well as other friends from my grade as well as in other grades in an advanced Portuguese class barely knowing Portuguese. So we went from learning dog, cat and verbs to concordancia verbal and regencia verbal. I was also diagnosed with a really serious heath problem and I explained to the teachers that presentations would make me throw up after and almost pass out and some teachers understood, like Rosana, and she would do anything to help me out, she was also by far the best teacher I have ever had but the other teachers said they didnt care and if I did not do it I would get a 0 because I had to do it and they wouldn't find any way to help me through it. Also there was an Accelerator class which was useless and now that I am in almost my third year of college, I dont remember anything that I learned in that class as well as College Guidance. Collage Guidance did not teach me anything for college and I have spoken to other classmates that have been in college for a while and they said they have not used anything they were taught in that class

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