As an integral component of the educational programs of the Badi Foundation, the School of the Nations is dedicated to nurturing the physical, intellectual and spiritual development of children and youth, and developing their capabilities to contribute to the well being of their families and communities.  Founded in 1988, we educate students from kindergarten through secondary, employing curricula that develop character and build capacity for service while promoting academic excellence, along with internationally recognized programmes such as International Baccalaureate (IB) and International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE).  The school seeks to contribute to the development of the Macau Special Administrative Region through engagement with the broader community, including school exchanges, seminars and the service of its teachers and students.  The School of the Nations also serves as a resource for the advancement of educational processes in the Peoples’ Republic of China through exchanges with schools and education bureaus.

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Violinist Jack Glatzer performing at our school

“On Friday September 28th, we were very excited to have violinist Jack Glatzer perform at our school. During his performances for our Primary school students, he spoke to us about the wonderful violin music of Niccolò Paganini, and played some of his most famous works.”

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