The InterAmerican Academy (IAA) is a private, non-profit day school governed by a seven-member Board of Directors and supported by tuition and fees. The program is co-educational, non-residential, and provides English language instruction from nursery (age two) through grade twelve. 

The academy offers a demanding college preparatory curriculum leading to a U.S. high school diploma. Although the courses are designed to meet U.S. diploma standards, we prepare students for entrance into colleges and universities around the world. Most seniors choose to attend post-secondary institutions in the
United States, Europe, Canada, and Ecuador.  IAA is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) and is recognized by the Ecuadorian Ministry of Education.

IAA’s current enrollment is about 301 students. The graduating class of 2019 consists of 15 students. Our faculty is comprised of 37 professionals who hold teaching credentials which meet SACS standards. Most of our faculty is proficient in two or more languages. The IAA community is highly diverse, with a student population from over 26 different nationalities.

At IAA, we value community service and responsible global citizenship, and promote the integral development of each student within a multicultural setting. Students can choose from a number of extracurricular activities including varsity sports such as soccer, basketball, volleyball and swimming, National Honor Society, Student Council, and Model United Nations.

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