The Episcopal School “El Buen Pastor” has come a long way since October 1984, when the retired teacher William J. Craigie (along with his wife Ms. June Craigie) and the Reverend Robert Carlson, led the Project of construction of the new school. For the academic organization, the Honduran teacher Lidia Ana de Alvarenga was hired, she had many years of experience on bilingual education.  She worked as principal and was also in charge of pre-school.

El Buen Pastor opened its doors with two students.  The school grew quickly and by January of 1985 it had 13 students, 6 in Kinder and 7 in Preparatory.  Due to its growth by 1989, the school needed to expand, and for this reason construction started.  Today, El Buen Pastor has more than 500 students and a group of buildings to gather them, a well-equipped Library, a modern cafeteria, and a bookstore where parents and students can purchase their school materials.

 

Visit the school site:  www.episcopalelbuenpastor.com