What Sets Us Apart
BEAR TREK Summer Program (PPK-5th Grade)
Transportation from San Juan to Dorado is available.
May 30 - June 30, 2017
MARINE BIOLOGY (3rd-8th Grade)
Transportation from San Juan to Dorado is available.
Ages 12-18in collaboration with Jean-Michel Cousteau's Ambassadors of the Environment
Saturday, June 24, 2016 - Saturday, July 15, 2016 | Ages 12-18
For the first time, we are offering local students, ages 12-18, the opportunity to join a fantastic summer day program only available to international students in previous years.
The two programs are MARINE LIFE & ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES, and SPANISH LANGUAGE & CULTURE PROGRAMS. These programs make full use of the TASIS Dorado campus along with the highly desirable community of Dorado Beach and the nearby Dorado Beach Club, home to Jean-Michel Cousteau's Ambassadors of the Environment organization.
Marine Biology & Environmental Science
Drawing on the wealth of natural resources of Puerto Rico and the collaboration with the world renowned Jean-Michael Cousteau's Ambassadors of the Environment, located at nearby Dorado Beach, TASIS Dorado offers an innovative Marine Biology/Environmental Science program for students ages 12-18. Puerto Rico is home to some of the most fragile and diverse ecosystems on earth, including three of the world's seven bioluminescent bays, El Yunque, the only tropical rain forest managed by the US National Park Services, and the extensive coral reefs and rich marine life in the Atlantic and the Caribbean sea.
Building on the success of the TASIS Dorado Summer Spanish Program and the increasing interest for environmental studies, the course focuses on the sustainability of the these natural environments and introduces students to the critical ecological issues and the need to preserve and protect our natural world. Through extensive research in the science lab and on field trips, students gain an appreciation for the interdependence of organisms and the critical balance required to preserve their habitats.
A highlight of the program is the opportunity to work closely with experienced local marine biologists and naturalists who are passionate about protecting these complex ecosystems and underwater world. The sustainability of these precious endangered environments are critical to the health of our planet and through hands on experiential learning such as the restoration of coral reefs, students become knowledgeable environmentalists who can make a difference in addressing the challenges that face our natural world.
You Can Make A Difference In A Student's Life!
End of Year Opportunity!
GIVE A GIFT THAT TRANSFORMS LIVES - A TASIS DORADO EDUCATION.
This school year, TASIS Dorado has awarded over $480K in scholarships and financial aid. So far, we have raised $50K in donations.
We invite you to make a year-end, tax-deductible gift to support our mission to transform lives. Thank you!
#EveryGiftMatters #Grateful #TDGives
By Phone: You may call us at (787) 796-0440 Ext. 242 with your credit-card information and we will be happy to process your gift.
By Check: TASIS Dorado is recognized as a non-profit institution by the Puerto Rican government. However, to receive a U.S. federal tax deduction, you must donate by check payable to TASIS Foundation, Inc. at our Business Office. Please indicate "For TASIS Dorado" in the memo line.
By Credit Card: To make a donation online, please click the button.
For more information or to make a donation, please contact:
Director of Advancement
787-796-0440 Ext. 242
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ALUMNI HOLIDAY COCKTAIL PARTY
Thursday, December 22, 2016 • 6:30 PM
TASIS Dorado PAC
R.S.V.P.: Jovita Casanova email@example.com
PLACE YOUR BIDS!
ANGELS FOR HAITI SILENT AUCTION has already started, featuring 70 pieces of artwork and handmade ceramics made by students from PPK through 12th grade, faculty, administration, and staff. Bidding started on Monday, December 5th and will end on the 15th. The items are on display at the new Welcome Center (old Drama Room next to the fish pond). Proceeds will go to benefit Matènwa Community Learning Center in rural Haiti. For more information, please contact: Jovita Casanova at firstname.lastname@example.org
The TASIS School in Dorado is pleased to announce the list of remarkable colleges and universities that have offered enrollment to the 31 members of the class of 2016. We are dedicated to inspiring within each student the pursuit of academic and personal excellence so that they become engaged global citizens and innovative, selfless leaders. This list represents schools that are tremendous fits for our seniors in the areas of academics, service, athletics and the arts.
We are EXTREMELY proud of the Class of 2016 for achieving the following prestigious honors:
- Bronze Medal at the International Mathematical Olympiads in Thailand
- Four (4) Presidential Scholar Candidates
- Three (3) National Merit Scholars Finalists
- Five (5) National Hispanic Recognition Scholars
- Five (5) AP Scholars with Distinction
- Four (4) AP Scholars with Honor
- Six (6) AP Scholars
Preview the college acceptances our seniors have already received:
- American University
- Ames College
- Arizona State University
- Assumption College
- Babson College
- Barry University
- Baylor University
- Belmont University
- Boston College
- Boston University
- Brown University
- California Institute of Technology | CalTech
- Carnegie Mellon University
- Case Western Reserve University
- Colby College
- Columbia College Chicago
- Columbia University
- Cornell University
- Dartmouth College
- Drexel University
- Duke University
- Eckerd College
- Elon University
- Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
- Emory University
- Florida Atlantic University
- Florida Institute of Technology
- Florida State University
- Fordham University
- Full Sail University
- George Washington University
- Georgetown University
- Georgia Institute of Technology | Georgia Tech
- Grinnell College
- Hartwick College
- Harvard University
- Harvey Mudd College
- Lawrence University
- Lehigh University
- Lesley University
- Liberty University
- Loyola University Maryland
- Loyola University New Orleans
- Lynn University
- Manhattanville College
- Marist College
- Marymount Manhattan College
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology | MIT
- Musicians Institute
- New York University
- North Carolina State University
- Northeastern University
- Nova Southeastern University
- Ohio State University
- Old Dominion University
- Pace University
- Parsons School of Design
- Penn State University Park
- Pontificia Universidad Católica de PR
- Princeton University
- Providence College
- Purdue University
- Roger Williams University
- Rollins College
- Sacred Heart University of PR
- Smith College
- St. Joseph's College
- Stanford University
- Stevens Institute of Technology
- Stetson University
- Syracuse University
- Texas A & M
- The University of Tampa
- University of California, Berkeley
- University of California, Los Angeles | UCLA
- University of California, Santa Cruz
- University of Chicago
- University of Colorado, Boulder
- University of Dayton
- University of Delaware
- University of Florida
- University of Hartford
- University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
- University of Massachusetts Amherst
- University of Miami
- University of Michigan
- University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
- University of North Carolina, Wilmington
- University of North Dakota
- University of Notre Dame
- University of Pennsylvania | UPenn
- University of Pittsburgh
- University of Puerto Rico, Arecibo
- University of Puerto Rico, Bayamón
- University of Puerto Rico, Mayagüez
- University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras
- University of Rhode Island
- University of Virginia in Charlottesville
- Vanguard University
- Villanova University
- Washington University in St. Louis
- Wesleyan University of Connecticut
- Worcester Polytechnic Institute
- Yale University
SHUTTLE BUS TRANSPORTATION SERVICE
TASIS DORADO SHUTTLE BUS SERVICE LAUNCHES NEW ROUTES!
In response to parents' requests, we are excited to announce that a new TASIS Dorado Shuttle Bus route has started to connect TASIS Dorado with Dorado Beach East and Los Paseos de Dorado communities as well as the San Juan Metro area route that has been running since August.
We strive to provide a safe, comfortable and reliable school bus transportation service.
LAST DAY TO ENROLL FOR DORADO ROUTE: Friday, October 7th
(Subject to minimum enrollment of 25 students)
To sign up for the service and pricing information, please contact our Business Office at 787-794-0440 Ext. 294
DORADO BEACH EAST & PASEOS DORADO ROUTE
SCHEDULES & PICK-UP SPOTS:
Dorado Beach East: Bus leaves at 7:15 AM from the Tennis Courts
Los Paseos in Dorado: Bus leaves at 7:35 AM from the gate at each Paseo entrance (approximately)
AFTERNOONS: If you are interested in afternoon transportation, please contact Gloria Santiago at 787-796-0440 Ext. 294 for pricing and further information
ANNUAL PRICING OPTIONS
ONE-WAY AM: $750
ROUND TRIP: TBD
DOWNLOAD TRANSPORTATION SERVICE AGREEMENT HERE:
SAN JUAN ROUTE
A new TASIS Dorado Shuttle Bus service has been launched to connect TASIS Dorado with the San Juan community.
The shuttle bus service will debut on August 29, 2016 and will run Monday through Friday. The morning drop-off and afternoon pickup spot will be at Plaza Las Américas by Pueblo Supermarket parking lot (next to Toys R Us). We offer one-way or round trips.
SCHEDULES & PICK-UP SPOT:
MORNING: Bus leaves San Juan at 6:55 AM
AFTERNOON: Bus leaves TASIS Dorado at 4:00 PM, arriving in San Juan around 4:30 PM (depending on traffic conditions)
We strive to provide a safe, comfortable and reliable school bus transportation services. Shuttle Bus drivers comply with driver safety rules.
ANNUAL PRICING OPTIONS
ONE-WAY AM or PM: $1,000
ROUND TRIP: $1,500
For more information, please contact our
Business Office at 787-796-0440 Ext. 294/293
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The Orquesta Sinfónica del Conservatorio de Música de Puerto Rico, under the baton of the legendary Roselin Pabón, will present a benefit concert, MÚSICA PARA TODOS, on Sunday, September 11th at 4 pm in the TASIS DORADO Performing Arts Center (PAC). This will be a tremendous opportunity to enjoy a variety of music from your favorite movies and video games such as Star Wars®, Super Mario Bros®, and Kingdom Hearts®, as well as classics ranging from Beethoven to Rossini. In addition, there will be special performances by the Coro del Conservatorio de Música de Puerto Rico, directed by Prof. William Rivera, and from Los Tres Tenores de Puerto Rico, performing international pop classics from Bocelli. The showstopping Puerto Rican musicians Los Hermanos Sanz will round out this incredible evening. This will be a unique musical experience to enjoy with your family!
With an orchestra of over 70 musicians and a choir of 50 vocalists, MÚSICA PARA TODOS is an extraordinary way to share the beauty of symphonic music with your children. Tickets, ranging in price from $20 to $75, are available at TASIS Dorado by calling 787.796.0440 Ext. 294 or on tasisdorado.com, as well as at Niños Nueva Esperanza, at 787.261.4543. All proceeds from the evening will benefit Fundación Niños Nueva Esperanza and the TASIS Dorado Scholarship Fund.
MÚSICA PARA TODOS will be an unforgettable evening for all. We look forward to seeing you there!
For sponsorship opportunities please call: 787-567-2508
The TASIS School in Dorado congratulates these Seniors on being selected as NATIONAL HISPANIC RECOGNITION SCHOLARS for their outstanding performance on standardized tests:
• Miguel Cortés
• Millán García
• Jaime González
• José R. Proskauer
• Gabriel Ramos
• Alessandro Rivera
• Luis Sierra
The National Hispanic Recognition Program (NHRP) was initiated in 1983, by the College Board, to identify outstanding Hispanic high school students and to share information about these academically well-prepared students with subscribing colleges and universities.
To be eligible, students must be at least one-quarter Hispanic. Each year the NHRP identifies approximately 5,000 of the highest scoring students from a nationwide total of 250,000 high school juniors who took the PSAT/NMSQT and designated themselves as Hispanic as well as approximately 200 of the top scoring PAA students from Puerto Rico. The nationwide selection also includes students from Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands, Guam, and U.S. citizens attending international and APO schools.