Our Story

We created EAV because we saw an important need in the Vitoria community for a PreK-12, coeducational school that fosters English language proficiency, creativity and critical thinking in young people. We celebrate and promote the innate talent and interests of each individual student while challenging them to construct their unique understanding of the world. When students are provided a space to engage in academic pursuits, while defining their own intellectual and personal interests, they develop a deeper understanding of how they learn and are better able to make connections across different academic subjects.

Why EAV?

If you are looking for a dynamic, contemporary, student-centered and safe school environment that inspires young people to explore their enthusiasm for learning, the American School of Vitoria is your school of choice . EAV is positioned to provide high level English language instruction to expand the panorama of future opportunities of Brazilian and expatriate students.


EAV's extended play program provides after school care for our enrolled preschool students until 6 pm. During this time, a variety of extracurricular options will take place, one each day. Take a look at some potential offerings:


Parents discuss importance of play in early childhood education

The importance of playing in early childhood education was the theme of the meeting with parents promoted at the American School of Victoria (EAV) on April 12 last. EAV director Andrea Buffara explains that schools that are references in early childhood education have been using games as a context for learning. “This environment helps you […]

Play Based Learning

Are we going to talk about the importance of playing for development and learning in early childhood education? We will promote a chat with families here at school on the 12th at 6:30 p.m. The chat will be led by our director Andrea Buffara and the psychologist Bianca Martins. Registrations : 27 3019-6690, 99241-5226 ou contato@escolaamericana.com.br

Computational thinking prepares children for technological advances

Ever heard of computational thinking? In many countries this content is already part of the curriculum of schools. In the American School of Vitoria in the early years of early childhood we use the Cubetto, a nice wooden robot that helps teach the basics of computer programming through adventures and practical exercises. At this school […]

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