Middle School Newsletter Words by Middle School Staff The Middle School Leadership Team is very proud to acknowledge the outstanding work of all the students and teachers during this academic year 2021-2022. Our students shine in different events as: the AASCA Leadership Conference, The AASCA Science Fair, AASCA Debate Tournament, Sports and Arts Activities. Congratulations Everyone! Middle School Students remember that “Teachers open the door but you must walk through… Read More »END OF THE YEAR
Congratulations to our new members of the NHS and NJHS 2022-2023! We are very proud of your academic commitment and leadership 💪🏻💪🏻 Village School is a member of the National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) and National Honor Society (NHS), an international organization for middle/high schoolers that promotes leadership, service, character, and scholarship. #VillageAcademicExcellence #NHS #NJHS #VillageSchool #Leadership #PanthersMakingAMark
Wow! Happy to have an Enduro Motorbike racer at CTE! Our baby Panther, Lia Alvarizaes is currently in K3 and she has participated in different Motocross competitions, we wish her all the best!! Keep going Lia!
Congratulations to our students Paola Bacaro, So-hee Kim, and Jolette Rodas who are representing Guatemala Department in the National Basketball Championship. In their last game, they won against Zacapa Department 57-17! Great news!!! Keep going girls!
Congratulations to our student Auder Franco for the amazing results in his most recent National Track & Field Competition. 🥇 Gold medal – 2,000 meters 🥈 Silver medal – 800 meters 🥈 Silver medal – Relays Congratulations!!!! Keep going Panther 💪🏻 #VillageAthleticExcellence #VillagePanthers #GoPanthers
Congratulations to our student Estuardo Riley! Through the development of various water skills, exercises, workshops, and hands-on practical assessments, Estuardo is now on his way to becoming a Divemaster at age 14. Village School is very proud of you!
Congratulations to our middle school student Emiliano Castillo Pineda for his outstanding participation representing Guatemala in the WKC Panamerican Karate Tournament. Emiliano won 3 golds and is champion of the Point Fighting category. Keep going Emiliano!
Amazing Alejandro! Our elementary student, Alejandro Reyna is representing Guatemala at the Tennis Championship in Costa Rica. Alejandro has also obtained 2nd place in his category and 4th place in the national ranking. Keep going Panther!!! #VillageAthleticExcellence#ThinkBig
We are very proud of our high school student, María Carmona, who has been invited to and will be attending the “Global Young Leaders Conference,” which will be held this summer in Washington, D.C. and New York City