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Domínico Americano School 

We offer the levels of primary and secondary education in English, we are accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and School (SACS) of the United States and the Education ministry (MEE) of the Dominican Republic, teaches Spanish as their mother tongue; History also Dominican, Moral and Civic.

Middle School

Middle School Program – Overview for Grades 6 through 8

The curriculum for the Middle School (grades 6th, 7th & 8th) prepares students with the knowledge and skills necessary for advanced academic instruction in high school. This curriculum is made up of six basic fields of study, two of which belong to the Spanish Program (Spanish Language Studies and Dominican Social Studies).

For students who have no knowledge of Spanish, or whose command of that language is not up to par, there is an alternate program for the teaching of Spanish as a Second Language (SSL). Any student interested in this program should contact the Middle School/High School Principal or the School Psychologist. Seventh grade subjects have linked a sample course syllabus.



Introduction to Literature English 7 English 8
Mathematics Math 7 Pre- Algebra
Science Life Science Physical Science
Social Studies Eastern Hemisphere
Social Studies Western Hemisphere
Eighth Grade Social Studies:U.S. History
Spanish 6 or Spanish as Second Language       Spanish 7 or Spanish as Second Language
Spanish 8 or Spanish as Second Language
DR Social Studies or Dominican Culture DR Social Studies 7 or        Dominican Culture
DR Social Studies 8, or Dominican Culture
Health 6 Health 7 Health 8
Computer Science 6 - Word Computer Science 7 - Word Computer Science 8 - Word
Physical Education Physical Education Physical Education
Art French French
Music Art Music


Promotion Requirements

The following are necessary in order to be promoted to take a baccalaureate program at the Colegio Domínico-Americano:

Each student must have:

• Successfully taken and passed all the subjects on the Middle School curriculum;
• Have passed the ‘Pruebas Nacionales’  for 8th grade, and in the case of a foreign student (having been in the school for only one year) an additional year will be granted to fulfill this requirement.
• In order to continue to High School, the student must have a satisfactory behavior record, and fulfill all the promotion requirements.

Values program

Sponsored by Psychology department 


The Colegio Dominico-Americano Values program is a character education tool that teaches guiding principles to support healthy interactions, positive behaviors and strong decision making skills based on moral and ethical values. We encourage the exercise of values to direct behaviors and experiences leading to positive relationships within our school community and beyond.

The Dominico-Americano psychology department recognizes the need for strong moral character, therefore its focuses the program on forming well grounded students with strong intellectual and moral competence. The values program is designed to promote specific character traits each month to encourage student motivation, responsible actions and the integration of values into students’ daily experience.

Teachers are encourage to incorporate these guiding principles to support healthy interactions, positive behaviors and strong decision making skills based on moral and ethical values through their academic classes in English, Math, Social Studies, Science and especially through health. The character education is a cross curricular program affecting all aspects of the students education, recognized monthly the first Friday of the month and in accordance to the value identified in the academic calendar and reinforced during the month.
The Health program incorporates specific activities which foster this education along with service projects for the community. Furthermore, at the end of the school year, the senior and junior class participates in the Candlelight ceremony which is based on the passing of the knowledge and the values which are the core to the education at the Dominico-American.

Ave. Abraham Lincoln, 21. Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
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