Do the carribean schools teach in english?

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    The schools generally termed "caribbean", or "offshore" schools tend to be set up for Americans who couldn't get into accredited schools, and thus are in English. Puerto Rican schools are not considered "Caribbean schools", as they are LCME accredited, but they generally don't teach in english. I suspect that is the source of your confusion.
     

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