Mayatan is unique in Honduras because we are:
- non-profit, private, and independent
- founded by a group of local mothers
- offer scholarships to 45% of our 300 students
- rural and affordable
- celebrating 20 years
However, we need your help to keep providing these important services. Read more about The Mayatan Difference.
We have been very busy at the Mayatan campus preparing for and beginning the 2014-15 school year.
We are proud to announce that Mayatan’s third graduating high school class recently finished their Mayatan careers and received a U.S. high school diploma, Honduran diploma, and a certificate in hotel and tourism management.
Mayatan Students and Teacher Show Their Talents (Comments Off)
As of last week, Mayatan hadn’t hosted a Talent Show in seven years — that changed when the Mayatan Ambassadors arranged a Talent Show on April 4th. Read more here.
Mayatan students, parents, staff, and friends gathered to inaugurate the newest addition to Mayatan’s campus: the Frank and Belva Hopkins Auditorium, a covered court that will serve both as gymnasium and auditorium.