Our High School MUN delegations have started 2018 by participating in conferences at Columbia University and University of Chicago to discuss major world issues simulating the actual United Nations format. Congratulations to the teams that represented our school at the annual conferences. These team have worked hard since August to prepare for these experiences.
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.
of Seniors attend college
of Seniors attend college outside Guatemala
is awarded annually in scholarships
of Seniors advance towards STEM degrees
Dedicated to serving one-another as well as
the world around them
For students pre-kinder through grade 12
Our CAG Cross Country & Track and Field Teams rocked the AASCA 2018 Tournament.
Checkout out their results
Middle School Girls: 1st Place; High School Girls: 2nd Place; Middle School Boys: 2nd Place; High School Boys: 3rd Place
Technology is changing the way we do things. It is changing the way we access and use information, what jobs and opportunities are available for our graduates, and the way we think, create, communicate and operate in the day-to-day. Through these changes, we have more access, more connection, and more opportunities to make significant impacts on the world around us.
We are proud to announce that Alan Tenembaum (Class of 2000) will visit our campus on February 15th for Family Literacy Night. He will be promoting his new children's book "¡Teikirizi & Pa ́lante y la Estrella de los Sueños." This book has an excellent message on teamwork.
If you are interested in purchasing this book, please go to the following website.