The Alliance Academy was founded in 1929 to provide a quality, U.S.-style education for the children of missionaries living in Ecuador. Since that time, the school has grown to its present size of around 600 students from Preschool through 12th grade. The majority of our students come from Ecuador, the U.S., and Asia, as well as from all parts of the world and many different backgrounds.
To develop followers of Jesus Christ who live with a focus on eternity.
To provide students with a U.S. style of education based on the highest standards of educational excellence.
To provide a caring community where students are taught to be critical in their thinking, multicultural in their understanding, and compassionate in their dealings with others.
Faculty members are qualified teachers predominantly from North America. Over fifty percent of the faculty has earned a Master's degree, and four percent have their Doctoral degree. The faculty-to-student ratio is 1:3.5 (calculated as the total number of students divided by the total full-time equivalent of teachers). Specialists are provided in the elementary school for art, computer, music, physical education, and Spanish. A special education department is provided to assist students with learning differences and ESL (English as a Second Language).
Our graduates continue their formal education by attending colleges and universities in the U.S., Ecuador, Canada, Europe, and Asia. Alliance Academy International is a testing center for various college entrance tests. Our Advanced Placement program provides the opportunity for our graduates to enter colleges and universities with college credit.
The following requirements will be considered for admission to AAI: the prospective students show the ability to become competent in the English language according to their grade level; grades from their previous school(s) are shown to be adequate; there is space available in the appropriate grade level; and the student does not need a special program that is not offered at AAI.The admissions decision is made by a committee and it is final. Admissions tests scores will not be provided to the parents. If the student is accepted but there is no space available, he/she will be on the wait list, and we cannot guarantee a spot. Students from the wait list will be accepted if a spot opens up, at the committee’s discretion, considering the school’s priorities.