Sao Paulo: Toddler, K3, K4, K5, Year 1, Year 2, Year 3, Year 4, Year 5, Year 6, Year 7 and Year 8. However, it is noteworthy that every year we have implemented a new grade. In 2023, we will have Year 9. Our plan is to offer full Middle Years and High School by 2024.
On the other campuses, there are classes from Toddler to Year 1, also with the implementation of a new grade every year.

To join our school, the child must be at least 1-year-old and be walking without the assistance of an adult.

The first step is to schedule a school visit. On such occasion, parents will have the opportunity to participate in a presentation with the pedagogical team, visit the school and have all questions answered. Then, you are required to complete an Application Form so the child can experience the school.

The calendar adopted by the school is Brazilian (from February to December).

Portuguese and English are the languages of instruction. From Year 1, Spanish is also part of the curriculum.

Yes. Toddler to K4 students joining our school are not expected to be fluent in English. Only from K5 it is necessary for children to do some extra work to improve their English language command, provided by the school support area and externally. However, each case must be assessed individually at the time of the experience.

Early Childhood Education students go to Campus Pacaembu, located at Rua Eng. Edgar Egidio de Souza, 444. Students from K5 and higher grades go to Campus Higienópolis on Albuquerque Lins Street, 773.

If students feel comfortable at school, the teaching and learning process tends to be easier and therefore more effective. Classrooms and other school spaces are supposed to foster curiosity in children and challenge them to understand the world in a creative and logical way, by respecting individuality and everyone´s pace.

At Red House, curiosity is always welcome, encouraged and recognized. With a technological setup coupled with traditional aspects, we have created spaces designed for each specific age group. On the campuses where Kindergarten students go to, we prioritize the security needed for this age group by creating spaces that encourage children’s motor and cognitive development. In an inviting garden to interact with nature, there is also a playground specially equipped for early childhood education and an environment conducive to childhood exploration and development. For elementary students, we expanded the possibilities by offering a modern Maker Space with a science lab, a library, an art room, a music room equipped with various instruments, among other spaces that encourage collaborative learning. And an eatery planned for healthy habits and social interaction strengthening.

IB is more than an educational program. The methodology goes way beyond and offers a multicultural instruction that prioritizes the development of socioemotional skills, shaping global citizens with international mindsets to make informed decisions, aware of their own responsibility to the planet, thus helping to create a more peaceful and better world. In order to be an IB World School, a School undergoes a rigorous evaluation process for more than two years and, once certified, it is evaluated periodically. The study is interdisciplinary or transdisciplinary and enables learning to be contextualized and done through research in different areas of knowledge.

When the implementation of Secondary Education II and High School at Red House are complete, the school in Sao Paulo will be offering the IB diploma, accepted in national and foreign schools and universities.

Red House adopts a procedural assessment, which evaluates the students´ progressive learning process at each unit of inquiry. From Year 2, as per the Brazilian legislation requirement, the school assessment must include tests. The assessment of students is shared with parents on a quarterly basis.

For Toddler and K3 classes, there are morning or afternoon options (from 8:00 to 12:00 or from 1:15 pm to 3:15 pm), a part-time option (from 8:00 at 3:40 pm) or a full-time option (from 8:00 at 5:00 pm).

From K4 onwards, students must take the part-time option from 8:00 to 3:40 pm. For these students, there are extended time options until 5:15 pm.

Red House offer extracurricular activities on the São Paulo campuses. Ballet, futsal and judo for Toddlers to K4 classes. For K5 onwards, the extracurricular activities offered are futsal, judo, tennis, ballet, figure skating, cooking, acting, pop dance, yoga, Jewish culture studies, Good Shepherd catechism, as well as Summer and Winter Camps.

Food is served at school in partnership with one of the best specialized catering companies in Brazil. Red House offers a more natural and healthier meal plan with functional organic products, free of pesticides, dyes, and chemicals. The menu is well balanced and includes varied options of fresh vegetables, proteins, fruit and natural juices. Morning and Afternoon kindergarten students are served a snack. Part-time and full-time students are served two snacks and lunch.

Yes, from 2024 High School will be implemented in the school in Sao Paulo.

Yes, we do and we are recognized as one of the best structured schools in this sense, with trained teachers. However, in order to accommodate them properly, it is necessary to offer an adapted individual curriculum that helps in the development of each child. For this reason, each case needs to be evaluated, since the school has a number of places limitation. Currently, our students who have special needs receive an individual and personalized teaching plan according to their reality.
It is also worth mentioning that in case of autistic students, we are regularly advised by one of the world´s main benchmark centers specialized in autism, the ELS for Autism in the United States.

In Sao Paulo, Red House has three school transport service partners for the two campus.

Yes. All children must wear uniform, purchased directly from our approved suppliers.