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A community of learners

The American School of Brasilia (Escola Americana de Brasília - EAB) is a leading international school situated in Brasília, the capital city of Brazil, and has been serving its community for over 60 years. Our rich history, depth of experience, and commitment to excellence in education have made us a top choice for families in Brasília. The students, parents, teachers, and staff of EAB work together to positively impact the world through academics, activities, arts, leadership, and service.

Learners Inspiring Learners

EAB students and faculty inspire each other. Research shows intergenerational and intercultural education results in improved student wellness and success. Our diverse learning environment gives students a broad jumping off point to enter global work in the future. 

Inquisitive in Life

EAB students are curious about the world around them, have agency in their learning, challenge the status quo, and take on new challenges with confidence. They develop academic and social skills to ensure they become lifelong learners.

Principled in Character

EAB learners take ownership over their decisions, growth, and they act with integrity and compassion. We aim far beyond academic excellence. Our students are prepared to be global citizens.

Bold in Vision

EAB learners act with courage to make the future they envision a reality and to contribute to a better world. Students have the autonomy to choose from a wide variety of programs to design their own path to success. 

EAB in Numbers

Our school is unique. So are our achievements. 

36

Average International Baccalaureate (IB) diploma score

60

Free of charge afterschool clubs

93%

Average Measure of Academic Progress (MAP) for Upper School students in math, reading, and languages

34

Nationalities represented in our Community

1.5M

Scholarships awarded to students in US universities in 2022

13

Top 50 universities worldwide accepted EAB students in 2022

9:1

Faculty to student ratio

10+

Service groups for students

400+

Students involved in athletics and arts programs

60%

Faculty from English-speaking countries 

 

      

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