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Where can I find a bilingual and project based school in Uvita?

Apr 19, 2019
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Kabe International Academy is a private, non-profit, preK – grade 5 school located in rural Costa Rica. Kabe aims to provide its students with a world-class education that empowers them to follow their passions and change the world. Kabe’s education centers on dual language and project-based learning.

Kabe currently serves 45 racially and economically diverse students in grades PreK-5th. Kabe opened its doors in September 2018 in Uvita, where they will continue to grow into a full preschool and primary school up to 6th grade.

Kabe is in the process of becoming nationally accredited and they have big goals.  Kabe is growing in 2019-20 and looks forward to receiving new students and new teachers.

Kabe International Academy is a new dual language and project-based learning school that says “Yes.”  Kabe is revolutionizing education.

Kabe’s teaching team consists of lifelong and passionate learners. Teachers are risk takers and change-makers. For example, the director also leads Kabe’s surf camp, the Kindergarten educator paints and plays the piano, the Physical Education teacher sings and dances. The Kabe educator is responsible for leading a group of fifteen to eighteen elementary-age students in the K through 5th-grade range.

Tel: +506.2784.2626

rocio@kabe.life

https://kabeinternationalacademy.business.site

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