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Thank You October Sponsors

Posted By Melissa McKenzie, Saturday, September 30, 2017

We would like to give a big thank you to our October top Sponsors: International School of the PeninsulaAlto International SchoolPeninsula School and Harker.

The sponsorship fees are used to support PAMP’s wide array of programs, events and services, so please thank our sponsors for their generous support and visit their websites to learn more about the products and services that they offer.

International School of the Peninsula(ISTP)
ISTP is a unique school that educates students through a rigorous and dynamic bilingual program, inspiring them to develop an inquisitive and responsible international mindset. Welcoming students ages 3 years old through 8th grade, ISTP provides a transformative educational journey that encourages compassion, independence, action, and gratitude.

Alto International School
Alto International School in Menlo Park offers 
a unique international, multilingual education in the heart of Silicon Valley. Alto is an International Baccalaureate World School that provides a program from preschool through high school fostering confident, creative, responsible learners, and global thinkers.

Peninsula School
Peninsula School, located in Menlo Park on six acres of land in a natural setting,with many large oaks and provides a sense of seclusion, safety, and timelessness that is cherished by the children, parents, teachers and staff who make up its community. The atmosphere is relaxed and informal, and the emphasis is as much on play and fellowship as it is on academic growth.

The Harker School is a private school in Silicon Valley that has earned international recognition for its top academics, quality teachers and student achievements. Founded in 1893 and educating 2,000 students, Harker is the largest independent school of its kind in California, serving families of preschool, elementary, middle and high school-aged children on its four San Jose campuses.

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