High School (7-12) Curriculum Overview


AP Statistics, Economics or French II

Art History, French I, Statistics I

**AP Calculus


Basic Science




Cultural History


English Grammar & Writing

English Literature

Honduran History





Physical Education





Social Studies

Socio-Economic Development of Honduras



TES (Social Work Requirement)


U.S. History

World History

*Elective Courses- Students have the option of choosing one of three electives.
**AP Calculus meets three times per week during regular classes, two days after school from 1:30-2:30pm, and Saturdays from 7:00-8:30am.  Students do not take religion and computer in order to accommodate this class time.

Writing Resources

 Research Papers

MLA Writing Style – MLA stands for the Modern Language Association and its writing style is used to write papers in English and the humanities.  This link brings you to the Purdue University writing center and will guide you through writing for your English papers.

APA Writing Style – APA stands for the American Psychological Association and its writing style is used in the field of social sciences. This link brings you to the Purdue University writing center and will guide you through writing for your social sciences classes such as psychology and economics.

College Related Websites

Standardized Exams

SAT – The Scholastic Aptitude Test is required for admission into most U.S. colleges/universities and information about the test including registration can be found here.

TOEFL – The Test of English as a Foreign Language is also required for international students who wish to apply to U.S. colleges/universities.

GRE Preparatory Guide -“How to Study for the GRE: Example Questions, Resources, and Study Hacks” were written by Prof. Dennis Masino and Jackie Giuliano, Ph.D; and includes incisive topics covering the basics of GRE, Verbal and Quantitative reasoning, Analytical writing, and Common Mistakes Made on the GRE, to name a few.

Searching for Colleges

College Prowler – Here you will find information about the various universities in the States including student reviews.

Application Information

Common Application – Today many universities use a common application to help lighten the load that students have when applying to many universities.  Check with the universities admissions department to learn about whether or not they accept the Common Application.

College Financial Resources

Choosing the Right College -A review of the resources in this guide will help you make smart choices when it comes to preparing for college, selecting a school, and getting accepted

FAFSA – The office of Federal Student Aid provides grants, loans, and work-study funds for college or career school. We encourage you to visit the following resources to better understand Federal Student Aid’s role in funding education beyond high school.