What Makes Us Unique

AEBS is accredited by NAEYC (North and South Locations ) and Lakeway offcial candidates, as the south location remains the only NAEYC school in the Southwest area.

Dedicated to expanding access to the highest standard of education for exceptional students.

We provide different avenues of learning for all of our children. As part of an overall educational approach we utilize a Spanish Language Program in which the children will be immersed in Spanish while participating in all learning experiences.

AEBS strives to give their students a sound academic foundation. Each location emphasizes the importance of academic excellence while instilling in students a sense of civic responsibility, leadership skills, and the desire, ability, and commitment to give back to their communities locally and globally.

AEBS are grounded in an educational approach that measures success not just by academic achievement, but by how students apply what they know to make the world a better place.

Students develop a foundation in ethics and in openness toward differences and acceptance of pluralism by living in diverse communities. As the network of Academies develops, both students and teachers will participate in visits and exchanges to Academies in other countries and regions.

Our program aims to

  • build inquiring, tolerant and creative minds;
  • empower gifted individuals to innovate and lead;
  • establish a global learning community across diverse geographic, social, economic, religious and tribal boundaries by providing needs-blind and merit-based admissions;
  • develop highly trained and effective educators; and
  • positively influence education broadly across the targeted regions of the world, with measurable impact.

“AEBS aim´s to create ethical leaders with a strong sense of civic responsibility who will go on to the best universities in the world, pursue careers of their choice and…become leaders in the governments and the institutions of civil society in their own countries, in international organizations and in all those institutions, academic, economic and artistic that create positive change in our world.” - Head of the School/Founder Adriana Rodriguez (Austin, June 2013)

Embedded in our programme, the AEBS Curricular Strands aim to strengthen understandings and outlooks needed by leaders of the future.

These strands examine issues of global importance and are also tailored to the cultural context of each Location. This allows students to engage with international issues and challenges while remaining strongly grounded in their local context.

Promoting excellence in teaching and learning, of the three campuses and more broadly, is a fundamental goal of the AEBS.