Welcome to All Nations Community School! I am so thrilled to have the opportunity to share all the exciting things that are happening within our classrooms as well as outside the walls of our buildings.
At ANCS we believe that quality international education and the pursuit of academic excellence begin with relationships and strong school-family partnerships. We are a Christ-centered school that seeks to nurture the heart and mind of each student, and to live by the highest standards of humility, virtue, and love. We welcome and encourage differing perspectives and viewpoints in an atmosphere of mutual respect and seeking to understand one another. We do not require that students or families be Christian in order to attend ANCS.
Thank you for visiting All Nations Community School’s website. Of course, the best way to get a sense of who we are is to visit our campus and see our students and teachers in action. ANCS is a warm and supportive community that cares deeply about our students and their futures. We enjoy meeting with prospective families and discussing how ANCS can partner with you in your child’s academic, social, and emotional needs. Whether a local or expat family, you will feel welcome.
Please let us know what we can do in person to provide you with more information about our learning community and how we can serve your needs. We encourage you to learn more and we look forward to meeting you!
Director and Co-Founder
Christina Callaway, M.A.
Director & Co-founder
Christina Callaway was born in Manila, Philippines, and moved to Texas as a junior high student. Her experience as a young student at international schools helped her develop an appreciation for other cultures and languages. This eventually led to an adventurous career teaching in international schools in South America and the Middle East.
Christina has been in education for over 15 years and has taught a variety of subjects and grade levels throughout her career. She has served as International Baccalaureate Coordinator, Assistant Principal, and Principal in the private school sector. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Smith College and a master’s degree in Educational Leadership and Administration from The George Washington University. Ms. Callaway is fluent in Spanish and speaks conversational Portuguese and Tagalog.