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Anglo-American School of St. Petersburg   Mr. Bruce Baker, Principal
Anglo-American School of St. Petersburg
*MAIL: Office of the Principal
Anglo-American School of St. Petersburg
c/o American Consulate General St. Petersburg
PSC 78
APO AE 09723
Tel. 7-812-320-8925
Fax 7-812-320-8926
E-mail aassp@glas.apc.org

2000-2001

The Anglo-American School of St. Petersburg, a branch of the Anglo-American School of Moscow, is an independent, coeducational day school, which offers an educational program from kindergarten through grade 12. The school year comprises 4 quarters extending from August 28 to October 27, from November 6 to January 8, from January 29 to April 6, and from April 9 to June 15.

Organization: Responsibility for the School, as a branch of the Anglo-American School of Moscow, rests jointly with the U.S., British, and Canadian Ambassadors. The School is governed by the 9-member Board of Trustees of the Anglo-American School of Moscow. The School is not incorporated in the U.S.

Curriculum: The curriculum is similar to that of U.S. general academic public schools. Courses are supplemented as necessary to meet British requirements. Instruction is in English.

Faculty: There are 10 full-time and 7 part-time faculty members in the 2000-2001 school year, including 9 U.S. citizens, 3 Russian nationals, and 5 third-country nationals.

Enrollment: Enrollment at the opening of the 2000-2001 school year was 104 (Kdg.-grade 12), including 11 U.S. citizens and 93 third-country nationals. The School population is 37% Indian, 11% U.S., 6% U.K., 8% Korean, 4% German, 4% Danish, 6% Swedish, 4% Israeli, 4% Finnish, with the other 16% representing 10 countries.

Facilities: The School is housed in its own building located near the center of the city.

Finances: In the 2000-2001 school year, the School's income derives from regular day school tuition. Annual tuition rates were as follows: Kdg.-grade 5: $12,000, grade 6-12: $12,500. The School also charges a $100 application fee and a $1,500 capital fund fee. These fees are payable in U.S. dollars. (All fees are quoted in U.S. dollars.)

*All correspondence must be addressed only in the name of the school. Individual recipient's name should not appear on the envelope.


This Fact Sheet is intended to provide general information. The Office of Overseas Schools (A/OPR/OS) may have more detailed information. Prospective users of the schools may wish to inquire further with A/OPR/OS or contact the school directly for more specific and up-to-the-minute information regarding curriculum, special programs and the like.