Macris is a Catholic Bilingual Institution that strives to develop the mind, body, and spirit of every student. Since 1985, Macris continues to provide an outstanding academic education to its students while forging solid values. Macris is Pre-K-12 school that is divided into pre-school, elementary school (1-6) and high school (7-12) that enrolls approximately 1,000 students yearly.
Our students graduate earning both a local Honduran Diploma (known in Spanish as Bachillerato) and a U.S. High School Diploma as our academic program includes both local and U.S. curriculum standards. Our graduates are admitted to colleges and universities around the world.
Macris School is a private, bilingual, independent, Catholic school in Tegucigalpa. Initially established as a pre-school in 1975, a new stage was set forth by opening the elementary school in 1985, which began with 64 students and four teachers. High school started operating in the year 1990.
Presently, there are over 1,000 students enrolled in pre-school through twelfth grade, and the school faculty has grown up to over 80 teachers along with teacher aides. Proudly, the school has graduated over 20 classes and already has seen the success of its students who obtain their college degrees in national and international colleges and universities. Many of them have also finished their master’s degree, doctorates, and have returned to their alma mater as teachers, staff, and even parents.
The current elementary and high school location was established in January of 1996 and is comprised of a 23 acre campus.
Macris school opens its doors to first and second graders
The class of 1995 is the first graduating class
Last year before moving to current school location
Macris celebrates its first Mass in newly built chapel
Macris joins the Association of Bilingual Schools of Honduras