At AEBS, we value a multicultural education because it prepares students to be productive and more tolerant citizens.

The spring break and summer camp programs will help students appreciate cultures from around the world and encourage them to be internationally minded. Teachers and students will apply the International Baccalaureate attitudes and student profile while learning about “who we are.”

We believe in academic excellence and instill in our students a sense of responsibility and leadership skills.

Our learning are hands on: exploring the nature, sensorimotor, singing, dancing, arts and crafts, drama, puppets and free time discovery in the Reggio Emilia ateliers. We believe in academic excellence and instill in our students a sense of responsibility and leadership skills.

Spring Break

Los Superheroes is our Spring Break theme for this year.

We offer:
• Full Spanish Immersion in the Reggio setting
• Part-time and full-time programs
• Empower children through active learning
• Inquiry-based learning through exploration
• Teachers role in the child’s learning with low ratio
• Teaching and learning in a diverse world
• Mandarin and French for ages 3 and up
• Balancing needs and core values
• Foster creative visible thinking through art
• Providing an environment as a third teacher

Dates: March 12th–16th

Camper Ages: 2 years to 11 years old

Hours of Service: 7:00am–6:00pm

Full Time:
Monday–Friday
9:00am–4:00pm
$300 per week

Part Time: Morning
Monday–Friday
9:00am–12:30pm
$180 per week

Part Time: Afternoon
Monday–Friday
12:30am–4:00pm
$180 per week

(Free morning and afternoon day care)

Summer Camp


Darwin Explorando la Naturaleza en un Viaje Alrededor del Mundo is our Summer Camp theme for this year.

We offer:
On day one, campers will receive their own passports which will be stamped upon arrival to their first cultural activity of the week. In small and large groups, campers will be introduced to food, games, stories, science activities, and art that relate directly to the country being visited.

On August 15th, our last day of camp, we invite parents and friends to help us celebrate with our favorite foods, student performances, an art show and photos of our travels around the world.

Campers will:
• Learn folk arts and crafts
• Taste delicious foods from different countries
• Learn about the art of other countries
• Integrate all subjects while learning about each country
• Learn about different geographies
• Explore other cultures from around the world
• Listen to music from around the world
• Learn how people around the world live

Dates: June 4th–August 16th (Minimum 3 weeks of enrollment)

Camper Ages: 2 years to 11 years old

Hours of Service: 7:00am–6:00pm

Full Time:
Monday–Friday
9:00am–4:00pm
$300 per week

Part Time: Morning
Monday–Friday
9:00am–12:30pm
$180 per week

Part Time: Afternoon
Monday–Friday
12:30am–4:00pm
$180 per week

(Free morning and afternoon day care)