Successful Outcomes

At the American School of Guatemala, we value the contribution each one of our students bring to our school. Their individuality enriches the legacy of meaningful lives everyday.

99%

of Seniors attend college

68%

of Seniors attend college outside Guatemala

Tufts University
CAG students attend these top Colleges

$2,589,000

is awarded annually in scholarships

44%

of Seniors advance towards STEM degrees

Dr. Eddy Gharzouzi
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Works at INCAN
An institution that provides cancer treatment for Guatemalans in need.
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Student led initiative
Solar Panels Project



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Student led initiative
Recycling Project



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Alan Tenenbaum W.
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Teaches us how to build
a positive future
from the rocks
that life threw at him.

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Meaningful Lives

Dedicated to serving one-another as well as
the world around them

Our Mission

The mission of the American School of Guatemala is to empower its students to achieve their full potential and to inspire them to lead meaningful lives as responsible members of a global society.

Serving Our Students

A Dynamic Bi-Lingual Academic Program

For students pre-kinder through grade 12

Latest News

CAG High School Students Give Back!

This month we will be highlighting some incredible student projects focused on giving back to CAG and to Guatemala whether it be by adding to the school's use of solar panels as an alternative energy source or building a culture a recycling throughout our community. These CAG High School students are change agents that are setting an example that good ideas can be turned into meaningful solutions through teamwork and dedication.

This week's spotlight is on the solar panel team, Karina A. (Class of 2019), Alexia A. (Class of 2019) and Estuardo José P. (Class of 2019), that raised money in order to donate over 20 solar panels to CAG that are powering part of the CAG library.

CAG Staff Members Reach Out to Support Victims of Volcán de Fuego

During the course of August, CAG teachers and other staff members have made trips to Escuintla in an ongoing effort to support the victims of Volcán de Fuego. During their last visit, volunteers helped sort through many rooms worth of donations so that these materials could be distributed efficiently to the temporary residents. The site coordinator was so pleased with their work that she has excitedly invite the volunteers back again! Thanks to all the staff volunteers who are impacting Guatemalans in such a positive way.

Celebrating Values Week!

CAG will be celebrating values week from October 8-12, with the theme of “Leaving a Legacy with Our VIDAS!” Every day we build with our ethical values and decisions the legacy we want to leave with our lives.

CHARACTER COUNTS is a structure of strategies that CAG incorporates into our values work with students. It provides practical tools to integrate into the educational experience to foster positive climate change to produce results in the academic, social, emotional and character development.