Village starts in October 1993 as a result for parents of CTE, who requested an extension of the school at the primary level, basic and high school. This way their children could continue with the same methodology and philosophy of education until they graduate from Village School. In November of that same year, we settled our beliefs, goals and human characteristics that we would develop in our students. These aspects would be the foundation for the education of our future leaders.
During that samte time, we began the procedures with the Ministry of Education and the first admissions for kindergarten, first and second grade.
During 1994, we continue with the admissions of students, as well as the selection and hiring of academic and administrative staff.
In January 1995 we began the academic year with 64 students, being able to reach our goals in regards to the number of students, with full quotas in kindergarten, first and second grade.
Our big Village Family starts in September 1999 the first phase of the new campus, located in kilometer 25.5, road to El Salvador. This was one of the greatest achievements because we provided our students with first class amenities, modern technology and active learning methodology. At that time our student population was 450 students from First to Ninth grade.
Since Village moved to the new facilities of Carretera a El Salvador, its growth has been constant. In the year 2003 the gymnasium was inaugurated, providing our students space in regards to sports facilities.
In April 2004, we open the doors to students and staff, Human Resources Center, which includes modern technology, computers, internet, projectors, and interactive boards. In addition, we have access to a school’s library.
In March 2005, we begin with the first phase of the cafeteria project, which offered students right environment to satisfy their dietary needs.
Over the years, Village has grown and we have been able to increase grades per each cycle, hence in the academic year of 2003-2004 our first class of leaders left to different national and/or international universities.
Since then, Village is a trilingual academic institution, private, mix and with a daytime schedule, located in the outskirts of Guatemala City. Its facilities include a completely equipped gymnasium, baseball fields, basketball fields, roller hockey fields, volleyball field and a football will with a track for athletics. The Village building consists mainly in classroom, administrative area, and cafeteria, Media Center, a foreign Language Laboratory and MiniVIllage (Elementary School). The student-teacher ratio is of 8-1.