Foundation Education COMBINA provides private pre-school, kindergarten, elementary and secondary education (Mavo, Havo & Vwo).
We are committed to giving all our studen ts the opportunity to develop their talents according to their individual possibilities and needs. We do so by not only focusing on the learning processes, but also on the development and growth within a safe, sociable and small-scale environment. Our main focus is on a quality education that is both interesting and captivating. In Aruba our school is leading in Dutchoriented education and our results are excellent. Our main values - passion, personal attention and an individual approach are the leading principles in developing our school and our education. Besides Dutch we also offer English from the age of four to our students. Secondary school students can participate in the world renowned Cambridge exams. Our educational system connects well to that in the Netherlands, Aruba and international schools and colleges. Our schools are affiliated with the Foundation for Dutch Education Abroad and falls under the supervision of the Dutch inspectorate. Because we also pay attention to the Aruban curriculum we also work closely with the Aruban inspectorate.
Specialty hours are
Peuter Groep Prikichi 7:30 am - 12:00 pm
Basisschool de Schakel 7:30am - 1:00 pm
Schakel College 7:30 am - 2:30... Read more......Read less
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First technical evening school in Aruba, On January 10, 1955, the former John F. Kennedy School at Aruba Technical School (ATS) started organizing technical courses in the eve
ning hours. The classes were attended by 145 students. They are the students of the first Aruban technical evening school on the island. The lessons were given on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evening from 18:15 to 21:15. Of the 145 students present, there were 110 staff of the Lago.
Name change of school:
The Public Evening Curricula Aruba (OAA), formerly the Secondary Education of Technical Education, has been in its present form since August 1987. The OAA has two departments, namely the Department of Evening MAVO and the Department of Vocational Education Read more......Read less
The mission of International School of Aruba is to motivate and prepare students to achieve their academic and personal best within a U.S. accredited, English language, colleg e/university preparatory program that embraces diversity while encouraging leadership, character, and community service. Read more......Read less