For a school’s continual growth and improvement, having opportunities to share and compare practice with other similar establishments is essential. For that reason, Cambridge College Lima has always been an enthusiastic member, and often a founder member, of several local and regional associations.



Since December 2020, Cambridge College Lima is an IB World School, offering its students the Diploma Programme of the International Baccalaureate. These are schools which share a common philosophy – a commitment to a high quality, challenging, international education that we believe is important for our students’ future success.


“Asociación Deportiva de Colegios Amigos” (ADECOPA) since its formation in 1997 has been offering an annual calendar of sporting fixtures in a variety of traditional sporting disciplines and categories for students of the twenty-two member schools with the intention of improving sporting performance through competition.



Meanwhile, the British Schools of Peru association (BSP) brings together the seven schools founded by British individuals or by British companies or authorities operating in Peru. The BSP’s broad aim is to promote activities for students that are not traditionally offered at the sporting or cultural level.

Both of these local associations also organise joint professional development opportunities for the teachers and management teams of member schools.



On a regional level, the Latin American Heads Conference (LAHC) unites over 40 schools from different parts of Latin America to share and promote good teaching practice. Through a variety of mechanisms including an annual conference for Heads, Teachers and Students and the School Review system, member schools keep abreast of change and innovation in the educational sphere.

Further opportunities arise for students of member schools in the musical and sporting areas.

Constantly aware of the need of national regional and international alliances, the school more recently was accepted into the international group of premium schools, Inspired, a move which promises the opportunity to interact and share with more than 30 member schools spread throughout the world.

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Our school is a proud member of Inspired Education Group. Inspired, was founded by Nadim M. Nsouli, and is a leading premium schools group operating in Europe, Australia, Africa, the Middle East and Latin America educating over 80,000 students across a global network of over 110 schools in 24 countries.