Update After Earthquake

Update After Earthquake

Dear Parents:

Thank God, students and teachers are all very well.

We inform you that the school building did not suffer any damage, apparently. However, the adjacent building suffered slight damage to the facade that borders the school, which caused some stones to fall into our premises. We are following up the civil protection protocols and will occupy the building when they indicate to us. The SEP authorities (department of education) canceled classes until further notice, so we ask you to follow the news.

May God continue to take care of us and all the families affected.

General Administration

Medieval Festival

Our Medieval Day for the kids was an amazing event!  The children developed their own coat of arms, dressed up, evaluated their skills with bow and arrow and were witnesses to some fascinating rescued birds.  The children were allowed to hold the birds and have their photos taken with an owl, hawk, raven and even an eagle.  There were snacks, drinks and an excellent lunch.  Everyone learned about heraldry, bird rescues and even about coat of arms and their origins.  Overall it was an amazing experience for all!

Open House

Our last open house at BridgeWay North American School was awesome!  There were several new families that saw the school for the first time and expressed their excitement of finding a bilingual school with our values.  The children played and explored our classrooms.  There was also plenty to eat and rich coffee as well as flavored milk for the kids.  All in all it was a great day with new families joining our own.

Open House

This past February 25th we had our first Open House of 2017. We had a great time meeting new families and students.

Our principal, David Brownrigg shared our vision, mission, and plans for this new school year.