After 22 years of experience, the school will have a new home in the complex Tuscania, a place surrounded by nature, easily accessible, with ample space for recreation and sports. The general director of the Maya school, Maria de los Angeles Parker, said that "this new campus will provide a qualitative leap.
The structure will consist of four spacious buildings engineered to meet the highest quality standards, following the guidelines of the international accreditation of the Council of International Schools (CIS). "We left the congestion of the city to a larger, safer and greener space, to suit the needs of our students," stated the director. Parents will have more parking and better vehicle access to school facilities and dismissal area. The school will now be surrounded by vegetation and improved security.
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Exchange students from 4th and 5th grade started their journey this Tuesday 23th. at El Salvador International Airport. They are in the VIP lounge of Avianca prior to departure to Shorecrest School in St. Petersburg, Florida, U.S.A.