In Uruguay, where tuition is free and teachers can earn a living on the side, many parents take pride in their school system, which is the envy of many Western nations.

Here are some of the best public schools in the country.

School of the Future, a private school in the town of San Carlos, has an impressive reputation for its high academic standards.

Located in a relatively affluent neighbourhood, it is popular with international students.

There are classes in English, Spanish, maths, chemistry, history, art and music.

The students attend a free-to-access learning centre, where they can work on a variety of subjects including history and art.

School will soon open a new facility for English-speaking students, which will allow them to study with teachers and students from other countries.

School was founded in 1999.

The school is located on the outskirts of San Pedro, a large residential area with many small shops and restaurants.

It has two classes, which have a mix of international and domestic students.

The main academic centre is the National Institute of Education (INE), which has more than 20,000 students in the city of San Francisco.

The Institute is managed by the San Francisco Unified School District (SFSD).

The school has a reputation for producing outstanding teachers, who receive top marks in all subjects.

Students are also encouraged to attend social activities.

It also has a special programme for students who are struggling with mental health issues, such as anxiety, depression and anxiety disorders.

School is one of the first in the area to offer a vocational education programme, which allows students to work in various sectors.

It offers courses in carpentry, metalworking, carpentry welding, plumbing and electrical engineering.

School offers courses at the San Pedro Cultural Centre and a training centre.

The centre is also home to the SFSD’s first bilingual school.

The bilingual programme is designed to help students integrate themselves into the local culture.

Students who have achieved high academic and vocational qualifications are able to join the teaching profession.

The SFSd also has three bilingual schools in San Pedro.

The San Pedro National School offers a range of courses including languages, languages arts and science.

The program is designed for students from the indigenous population, who are generally disadvantaged in society.

The School of Science, which was established in 2012, is a private, co-educational school, which offers courses for international students from around the world.

The teaching is delivered by teachers from the SFP school.

Students attend classes at the SSP school.

It is one the largest bilingual schools outside of Latin America.

Students receive courses in maths, science, economics, history and philosophy.

School also has an extensive library, which has a large collection of books and journals.

Students can also choose to study in the library for free.

The library is open to the public for students to access and take part in research and discussions.

Students learn in the libraries of the SPS school.

Many of the students study in their local language, which includes the local language of their parents, and the SIF (local indigenous) language.

Students have access to a wide range of local and international books.

The university offers a wide variety of courses in both the indigenous and the local languages.

It includes courses in English and Spanish, and a large range of other subjects.

The curriculum includes courses for students in foreign languages, history of science and technology, economics and political science.

Students participate in various cultural and cultural events, such like concerts, film screenings and workshops.

The schools has a good reputation for quality teachers and teaching staff, which means that students can achieve great results.

School’s alumni include Nobel laureate Salvador Allende, who was born in the school.

His parents, Jose and Alejandra, were students of the school’s teachers.

Their son is currently a student of the School of Economics and Management.

The student is a graduate of the university’s business school.

Other students are from the city, including Oscar Pardo, a former president of the San Fernando Valley.

Another graduate, Oscar Fernandez, is also a student.

Another former student, Julio Vazquez, is currently an administrator at the University of San Miguel, where he studied at the School.

The two are also members of the faculty.

School graduates include Ernesto Villegas, who is the former president and general secretary of the Communist Party of Uruguay, and Julio Vázquez.

The University of the Andes is located in a town called Cáceres, which borders the town where the school is based.

It hosts a university, where students study languages, the arts, philosophy, history or economics.

Students at the university study in languages from Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela.

The faculty members have experience working in international organizations, such the UN, World Bank, World Health Organisation and the World Bank.

They are also fluent in English.

The campus also hosts the International School for Teaching, which teaches English as a second language (ESL).

The university also