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A Pictorial Blog from Brazil by Vice President of Marketing, Communications and Enrollment Paul VaccaroDecember 21, 2012
Here I am with Adilson Garcia and Patricia Ribeiro, Directors of Colégio Vértice, among the most exclusive private high schools in Sao Paulo.
At left, I’m with Cory Miller of the Guidance and College Counseling Department at the Graded School. Graded is the American School of Sao Paulo, Brazil which annually sends the most students from the country to the United States for college study.
At left is a picture of elementary school students in the computer lab at Colegio Dante Alighieri, a K-12 school in Sao Paulo where I met with High School Coordinator Rossella Vittoria Beer.
I met with Claudia Colla Amorim, English Coordinator at Escola Mobile in Sao Paulo.
Here’s me in front of St. Paul’s School, one of the most highly competitive International Baccalaureate schools in Brazil.