Guatemala's Oldest and Nonprofit Waldorf School
An International Community Learning and Growing Together
Escuela Caracol celebrates 10 years in 2017!
A big thank you to everyone for your support!
Head, Heart and Hands
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Indigenous Maya families make up 80% of Escuela Caracol’s students, whose tuition the school funds. Although our shared language is Spanish, Mayan language Kaqchikel and Mayan ceremony are also a part of the curriculum here. Our students come from five of the nearest towns and receive a free snack each day. The education we provide has been made possible by a diverse network of donors and anyone can be a donor! If you give to Escuela Caracol, your partnership supports the livelihood of our committed teachers, culturally relevant curriculum and opportunities for our students, and our food program.
Teacher Interview with Andrea Arrivillaga Hurtado
At Escuela Caracol, we know that teachers foster the warm and supportive environment for our students. Andrea Arrivillaga Hurtado – a founding member of the school and lead teacher – shares her experiences at Escuela Caracol, and how it’s shaped her perspective of what it means to be a teacher.
Video produced by: Tough & Rumble