Sant’Anna International School, founded in 1988, is a private, co-educational day school located in Vinhedo, São Paulo. Sant’Anna offers two education programs: the Brazilian Program and the International Program.
The mission at Sant’Anna is to promote a respectful and collaborative learning environment that empowers students to pursue their passion and to achieve their goals.
This profile represents the student population enrolled in the International Program of study.
Seniors Class of 2021
Student Led Clubs
Sant’Anna is accredited by Cognia and the Brazilian Ministry of Education. All students enrolled in the International Program follow the college preparatory American diploma, completing 26 Carnegie units distributed as demonstrated.
In addition to the American diploma, students with academic Portuguese, follow the Brazilian diploma requirements as demonstrated. Sant’Anna is one of the twenty Brazilian schools to be recognized as a Google for Education Reference School.
Dual Diploma: By the completion of the High School international program, Sant’Anna students receive a Dual Diploma (Brazilian and International Curriculum Diplomas)
Students who do not complete the Brazilian diploma program are enrolled in comprehensive courses through K12 International Academy. These courses are designated with an IP on the school transcript.
The students that do not speak Portuguese fluently attend Portuguese Language Learning classes (PLL), the ones that want to take an online course as a elective and the ones that want to take a AP or Honors course should participate in this program!
K12, Honors, and Advanced Placement courses are available to all students in the International Program. K12 much like our school, is accredited by Cognia.
Number of students involved in these courses in 2021: 13 – Number of courses chosen by students in 2021: 21.