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American Nicaraguan School

PO Box 2670 Lomas de Monserrat

Managua, Nicaragua

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Total Students 1603
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Year Founded 1944
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Phone No. (+505) 22527310
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The ANS mission is to provide its multicultural student community with a US-accredited college preparatory program, based on democratic and universal values, that develops critical thinkers and ethical individuals capable of realizing their leadership potential by making meaningful contributions to society. The American Nicaraguan School (ANS), is a private, non-profit, coeducational multicultural institution, founded in 1944. With grades from Nursery through Grade 12 , ANS is composed of students of more than 35 different nationalities. ANS provides a rigorous academic program through an American curriculum with classes taught in English. The School is governed by a seven member Board of Directors, with six members elected by the American Nicaraguan School’s parents, and one member appointed by the U.S. Embassy. The school community includes members of the diplomatic corps, foreign and local business, Nicaraguan government, and international assistance groups working in Nicaragua. Located on a 26-acre campus in Managua, Nicaragua, ANS is undergoing a major facilities renovation project. Facilities include climate-controlled learning spaces, science and computer labs, a track, semi-olympic swimming pool and a multi-purpose covered athletic area. Tech and media resources include a 22,000-volume library, largest of its kind in Nicaragua, and high-speed wireless internet access across campus. ANS is accredited by AdvancED through the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Council on Accreditation and School Improvement (SACS – CASI) and the Nicaraguan Ministry of Education (MINED).


The highest authority of the Association is the Assembly of Members of the Association congregated in the School or in the place indicated in the announcement, in accordance with these By-laws, to take decisions related to topics included in the Agenda for the corresponding Assembly. The father, or the mother, or the legal guardian of the student(s) enrolled and solvent with the school obligations, will have the right to one vote, with disregard of the number of students under his charge enrolled at the School. If a Member of the Association is unable to attend an Assembly meeting, such Member may be represented by another Member of the Association by means of a signed proxy. A Member of the Association can represent up to three (3) other Members of the Association at any Assembly. The Ambassador of the United States of America in the Republic of Nicaragua and the Minister of Public Education in Nicaragua may be invited to serve as Honorary Presidents of the Association.

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