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Ramirez Family Foundation

about the school

Villa Valeria School is nearly ready to open in Santa Cruz del Quiché. The area was impacted by Guatemala’s civil war in the 1980s, and a school is needed here. The building’s construction is not complete, but students are already taking informal English and computer classes.

219 students

Villa Valeria will be a beautiful school that holds students to high academic and moral standards.

In partnership with Iglesia Discipulos de Jesús church, Ramirez Family Foundation has invested in the school’s construction. The campus will have several classrooms, plus a yard surrounded by a safety wall. In 2015, the Foundation made a second investment in the school, to bring PCs to its computer lab.