A high-quality education in Panama on a purpose-built campus, where students learn to thrive in an ever-changing world through a focus on excellence and an exploratory learning style. Admission from 2 to 18 years.

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Overview


King’s College, The British School of Panama, is delighted to confirm that we have embarked on an exciting venture to expand our school. We have relocated to a site near our original school building, and now provide students with cutting-edge facilities on an expansive, new campus. The purpose-built, modern campus is located in the Clayton area of Panama City, with stunning views of the rainforest.

This project is the result of what may be the largest investment into a private Panamanian educational infrastructure by a foreign group. Moving to a new site ensures we can continue providing an exceptional education to our students while following the guidelines and standards set by the National Curriculum of England and Wales.

The environment & fauna


During the planning and construction operations for the new school site, the following factors have been considered:

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  • full adherence to the implementation of all necessary legal requirements, including a detailed environmental impact study, approved in 2019
  • strategic distribution of school buildings to avoid damaging the vast number of trees in the region, especially those with a trunk diameter exceeding 40 cms
  • planting a ‘green fence’ (approx. 50 cm) from the edge of the school boundary
  • implemented as a protective measure and additional demarcation to separate the school from the Camino de Cruces National Park
  • comprehensive re-forestation, re-vegetation, protection and wildlife relocation plan

Infrastructure strategy for rainwater collection, solar energy utilisation and drinking water storage tanks that will be used when demand is low in the community

Implementation of technological sewage and solid waste treatment system

Construction of two traffic lanes within the College grounds of approx. 1.2 km long will reduce vehicle congestion on Demetrio B. Lakas Street

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