Our Journey, from humble beginnings to where we are today

The Andres Kasper School is one of a kind in Campina Grande do Sul. We took special care to choose the perfect site for a modern facility that provides everything children need to enjoy a successful educational journey.

Education should be universally accessible

to socially vulnerable children and families

Our 4,000sqm structure stands on 48,000sqm of clean, green nature where children can safely explore the world around them and discover new interests they’ll carry forward into their futures.

Inside, they’re greeted by a warm, nurturing environment that encourages personal development and strives to make learning fun. Our staff and volunteers are genuinely passionate and strive, every day, to deliver a high-quality, comprehensive education that’s 100% tuition-free.

The school opened in 2009. It offers full-service educational programs and facilities with a capacity for approximately 400 children. School hours are Monday through Friday from 8am to 5pm.

Traditionally in Brazil, children aged 6 to 15 are considered elementary students. We’ve extended this range to include children aged 4 to 16; this helps parents and guardians, who often work long hours outside the home, focus on improving their own personal and professional situations while knowing their children are in a safe space and caring hands.

The school provides complimentary transportation for those who require it, uniforms for every student, and 4 balanced meals each day. We also offer a variety of support services for those in need at no cost to the families. The curriculum addresses every aspect of childhood education and is administered with love by fully trained professional staff and volunteers.

  • All standard academic subjects
  • Music lessons
  • Art
  • Foreign-language studies
  • Physical education
  • Cultural appreciation
  • Ethics & morals
  • Social education
  • Religion
  • Environmental awareness
  • Dental care
  • Speech therapy
  • Pediatric services
  • Educational psychology
  • Ophthalmology

The most important class we teach is the one we teach every day:
inspiration

Inspiration through the knowledge that
anyone can improve his or her quality of life.

We believe all children deserve to have access to the tools and teachers they need to fully realize potential in any way they choose. They deserve hope for their futures and the empowerment that comes through personal achievement.