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Welcome to ANS

We are a private, non-profit, coeducational multicultural institution, founded in 1944 with a tradition of excellence.

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We advise students on the importance of building the best four year record.

School Profile

We provide a rigorous academic program through an American curriculum taught in English.


Our dedication to excellence is an integral part of the Athletics Department’s goals and objectives


Located on a 26-acre campus, our facilities climate-controlled learning spaces

Latest News from The Eye of the Tiger

  • Tu Cita Con Carmencita
    by Lisa Lippay on November 22, 2023 at 5:20 pm

    ANS alumna Carmencita Rosales was a guest speaker of the Journalism class last Flex Day, November 15th. About 30 students listened as Carmencita, a TV host, fashion journalist, and brand ambassador, shared insights on discovering her passion in the world of fashion and highlighted the role education played in shaping her career.  Carmencita is recognized… The post Tu Cita Con Carmencita first appeared on Eye of the Tiger.

  • AASCA Basketball 2024
    by Thelma Lanuza on November 20, 2023 at 8:05 pm

    ANS’ remarkable basketball team recently left its mark on the regional stage at the AASCA competition in Panama. With the basketball team’s last appearance in 2019, the team was happy to put ANS back on track this year as they work themselves up to creating a stronger team. Hosted by ISP and Balboa Academy, the… The post AASCA Basketball 2024 first appeared on Eye of the Tiger.

  • Picture Frame(d)
    by Alicia Acevedo on September 27, 2023 at 5:14 pm

    Such a pretty picture!  Why wouldn’t you want it framed? She painted over my face, where she added herself all over. I can’t help but wonder, as time does get older, why do you brush me over? Can’t you paint an original painting?  Why is her glare so berating? Pretty photo on the wall, why… The post Picture Frame(d) first appeared on Eye of the Tiger.

  • Book Review: Wild Meat and the Bully Burgers: A Story of Exceeding Charm
    by Sara Vlahos on September 27, 2023 at 4:51 pm

    Humor comes in many forms, but not all can be presented on a proper platter. It’s great to see authors that manage to incorporate humor into their work fused with many more elements for their audiences, and Lois-Ann Yamanaka, a third-generation Japanese American author, is no exception. Lois-Ann is the author of many novels, some… The post Book Review: Wild Meat and the Bully Burgers: A Story of Exceeding Charm first appeared on Eye of the Tiger.

  • The Art of Debate
    by Vanessa Ocampo on September 27, 2023 at 4:24 pm

    Debate. We see it all the time. We often take part in it. Whether it be formally in school and the political primary debates, or informally during lunch convos and disputes with siblings. Point is, debate is everywhere. And it’s an art. It is the creation and construction of logical arguments, the interaction between thinking… The post The Art of Debate first appeared on Eye of the Tiger.