We launch online classes via Google Classroom and curiosity challenges on Facebook groups to keep students and teachers connected during the pandemic.
Hoping to invest in our aging original campus, we choose to sell the Patcizia school to a likeminded organization.
Global financial trouble impacts our endowment and we are forced to sell our Momostenango campus.
Our first class of students graduates high school – 9 students who paved the way for our current average of 112 graduates each year.
A third school in Momostenango opens, and our reputation for child-centered learning gains traction.
Support for our approach to education grew and we opened a second school in the town of Patzicia.
Classes at Colegio Mesoamericano started with 79 students using cinder blocks and plywood for desks. We began the hard work of converting an old mattress factory in Chimaltenango into an effective learning environment.