Puntacana International School
The Puntacana International School (PCIS) is a private bilingual school built and managed by the Fundación Grupo Puntacana, offering an exceptional education to children and young adults living in the Punta Cana region.
PCIS is unique in the Dominican Republic, offering a subsidy for children who do not have the resources to pay tuition. The School is internationally accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC), as well as the International Schools Council. PCIS currently has more than 500 students representing more than 20 countries.
The Ann & Ted Kheel Polytechnic School
The Ann & Ted Kheel Polytechnic School was built and operated by Fundación Grupo Puntacana in 2004 in the nearby community of Verón. The school is directed towards children from low-income households and is the only technical high school in Punta Cana. Currently, there are more than 300 students receiving a basic secondary education, as well as technical training in areas such as computer science, hospitality, electricity, plumbing and refrigeration, in addition to the English language.
Caracolí Educational Center
The Caracolí Educational Center is an educational institute for low-income youth in the Punta Cana and Verón region, supported by the Dominican Ministry of Education. The school is based on the intellectual development of its students through educational competencies and experiences to develop an individual with a high capacity for leadership, social responsibility and respect for nature.
The Caracolí Educational Center was inaugurated in the 2019 and has 22 classrooms in this first phase. Caracolí has students beginning at two years old up to elementary school. English language is an essential part of the curriculum.