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
Promo 86
Works at INCAN
An institution that provides cancer treatment for Guatemalans in need.
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María José Iturbide
Promo 92
Is motivated by her passion for biology
and the environment to conserve
the natural beauty of Guatemala.
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Juan Carlos Molina
Promo 95
Founder of Extraordinary Guatemalans
Association, this institution guides youth
that
live in high risk zones
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Alan Tenenbaum W.
Promo 2000
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

Congratulations Fatima Rubio!

We want to congratulate Fatima Rubio (Class of 2002) on her extraordinary achievement. She received the Harvey Russell Award , the Chairman's Award is the highest honor at PepsiCo. It recognizes those individuals and teams who have distinguished themselves as truly extraordinary serving as an inspiration for the rest of the company. Her program for which she won this award is called "Orgulloso de ser Agricultor" of the PepsiCo Guatemala Foundation.

This initiative impacts more than 2000 people that cultivate potatoes in Quetzaltenango by integrating them in a program that helps them with sustainability, production, environmental protection, basic nutrition, water conservation among other things. Thank you, Fatima, for being a HORNET that we are really proud of.

Congrats Seniors!

We are really excited to welcome the class of 2018 to the CAG ALUMNI NETWORK! We are very proud of the new generation of HORNETS that will be part of our community. Please log on to CAG CONNECT and congratulate them. (http://connect.cag.edu.gt )

Thumbs Up for DI!

The week of May 21st, CAG Destination Imagination Teams had an incredible trip to Global Finals 2018! HS Team placed 10th and team Aguacates placed 13th globally.

First day at School 2018-2019