By Doug Gray, Senior Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO - Macaé, some 180km north up the coast from Rio de Janeiro, is Brazil’s fastest growing city, largely as a result of the region’s oil discoveries. Naturally, with the advancing petroleum industry has appeared a large expat community in Macaé.
At its heart lies a learning institution catering to arriving expat families where the high quality of education is matched only by the standards of amenities within its beautiful 11,000 m2 campus; International School of Macaé (ISoM).
Founded in 2004 by . . .