opusedward wrote:I noticed this didn't get any answers. I am also looking at moving to Peru with my now, 8 year old son. He's lived in Honduras for 5 years, and 3 in Canada all in all. His spanish was fluent (for a six year old anyway) when he left Honduras but now a bit rusty. He's bright, and has been classified as gifted here in Canada. We're to be around Lima, although exact place is not yet determined.
He went to a small private school in Honduras which worked well for him. But I think he needs more resources now that he's older. I'd like him to pick up his spanish and have a school experience that value creativity and innovation, but also makes him work. He loves lego, history, science, and social science type projects.
Any thoughts would be most appreciated.
There are a several good bilingual schools here in Lima, it all depends on how much you want to spend. Probably the best schools (and the most expensive are): Hiram Bingham, Roosevelt and Newton College.