PO Box 15937, Route du Canape-Vert, Petionville, Haiti
Established as the Colony School to educate the children of US Marine Corps families living in Port-au-Prince, Union School assumed its current name in 1943 and opened its enrollment to students from all countries. The school moved to its current location in Petionville in 1987, and completed a modern campus in 2002. Instruction is in English, with French (grades 1-12) and Spanish (grades 9-12) offered as foreign languages. An intensive ESL program runs through grade 10. The high school program includes honors and Advanced Placement courses and a range of extracurricular opportunities, and all boys and girls perform 40 hours of community service prior to graduation. Graduates attend primarily American colleges and universities.
|Academic Orientation||College Prep|
|Grade Range||Day — Coed Grades PS-12|
|Coed, Boys, or Girls||Coed|
|Full Address||PO Box 15937, Route du Canape-Vert, Petionville, Haiti|