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  • Why St Augustine?
    Our education is based on respect, curiosity, and empathy. We are an institution that recognizes its mission to educate thinking individuals, taking into account the body, mind, heart, and spirit. We believe that our students should be guided but also challenged to reach standards as high as they set for themselves.
  • What changes being a catholic school?
    We invite our students to listen to the call of the Gospel of Jesus and allow the grace of God to transform their lives. Additionally, thanks to the teachings of St. Augustine of Hippo, we aim for them to grow comprehensively, in line with universal values such as honesty, respect, and responsibility.
  • At what grade does the school program begin?
    Our academic program begins at PK3 (Pre-Kindergarten 3) with students who are 3 years old by the start of the school year. Our elementary school spans from PK3 to Fifth grade. Subsequently, the secondary school is divided into two sections: Middle School (6th-8th grade) and High School (9th-12th grade).
  • How does the admission process begin?
    The admission process at the school begins by directly contacting our admissions coordinator, Ms. Francis Guevara (, or by calling our school at 2271-1941. Visit us on our Open Tour Days every Tuesday from 9 am to 11 am.
  • Do you offer ther languages in your bilingual program?
    The school uses English as the primary language of instruction. However, the Spanish program provides all the tools for our students to express themselves fluently both orally and in writing. Both languages are offered from PK3 to 12th grade. In addition to these two languages, the school's program offers French as an optional subject from 7th to 12th grade.
  • What are the extracurricular activities in elementary school?
    The school offers extracurricular activities in all areas: sports, arts, and academics. The elementary extracurricular program includes sports such as soccer, basketball, and volleyball, as well as other activities like technology and robotics, innovation lab, dance, theater, choir, reading club, chess, among others.
  • What are the extracurricular activities in secondary school?
    The secondary extracurricular program includes sports such as soccer, basketball, and volleyball, as well as personal interest clubs and community service clubs. Students can participate in our sports teams that compete in national and Central American tournaments. Regarding clubs, students can participate during school hours in the Community Time period and also after school. Clubs are formed and led by students with the support of a teacher. Some interest clubs include Piñata Club, Cooking Club, Investment Club, Green Turn (environment), among others.
  • What is "Todos a servir"?
    Todos a Servir is a service campaign during Lent, originated in our school over 15 years ago. Our students organize by grade to carry out service projects in the community. As Catholics, we know that serving others is indeed a help to our neighbor but also a help to oneself, complementing faith with displays of empathy and generosity towards others.
  • What is the school of families?
    It is a tool for parents, consisting of monthly conferences on general interest topics such as emotional intelligence and technology use. The school created this program to support the work of parents by addressing topics that allow us to learn together and provide advice to improve parenting at home.
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