Colegio Interamericano is a non-profit, nonsectarian day school founded by alumni of the American School of Guatemala in 1976. In 1979, the Fundación Educativa Guatemala, composed of parents and other members of the school community, was established with the main goal of developing and sustaining educational institutions in Guatemala.
The campus is located on 9.5 acres of beautiful terraced land and divided into five distinct areas: Early Childhood Education, Elementary School, Middle School, High School and Administration. There are 90 classrooms, 4 science laboratories, 4 computer labs, a two-story library, an amphitheater and a cafeteria. Among the sport and recreation areas, the school has a synthetic soccer field, covered basketball and volleyball courts, early childhood and elementary playgrounds and a student’s common area.
Fundación Educativa Guatemala is the owner of the school property and in charge of all capital development projects. Fundación Educativa Guatemala appoints the Board of Directors. Fundación Educativa Guatemala was created in 1979 by the founders of Colegio Interamericano with the objective of contributing to the development of the country through education. The Foundation is integrated by fiduciaries who manage the foundation through the Board of Directors.