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Campoalegre School
Academic Profile
School history and community
Centro Escolar Campoalegre is a private, nonprofit, bilingual, only girls, day school located in
Guatemala City. Founded in 1970 the school has grown to over 590 students and graduated
its first senior class in 1977. Our students are people of integrity who:
Have received a well-rounded academic experience
Have formed a strong Catholic identity and Catholic values
Are ready to go out and serve their families, communities and society
Campoalegre is proud of its ability to provide an exceptionally rigorous academic program
Campoalegre is an that is also inclusive to students with special learning needs.

IB World School Student enrollment and demographics


Students are almost exclusively Guatemalan nationals, with some guest students from other
Latin American countries.

IB Code 1493 School enrollment (1st-11th) 591 students


Class of 2015 33 seniors
College matriculation 100% attended 4-year col-
CEEB 854012 leges; approximately 10%
matriculated abroad

High School Faculty


COUNSELORS:
Campoalegre faculty has 60 members (99% are nationals and 1% are foreign). All faculty are
certified teachers.
Student-teacher ratio: 10:1
Mariajos de Jerez Maximum class size: 33
mdeleon@campoalegre.edu.gt Accreditation and Institutional Memberships
(502) 2380-3900 Guatemalan Ministry of Education
International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO)
Centre for University of Cambridge International Examinations
College Board
Susana de Urruela
School Calendar
surruela@apde.edu.gt Campoalegres school year begins the second week in January and dismisses in mid-
October.
(502) 5865-3900
It consists of 198 school days organized into four quarters and it observes local Guatemalan
holidays and schedules recesses in Easter, mid-June, and early autumn.
The school day is divided into six 60-minute periods and one 50-minute study hall period.
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Graduation requirements and curriculum


Students follow a common core, university preparatory bilingual curriculum as
mandated by the Guatemalan Ministry of Education.
9th & 10th Grades students (14-16 year-olds) take in average 13 courses per year.
Administration: 11th & 12th Grades students (16-18 year-olds) complete the two-year International-
Baccalaureate programme in addition to local requirements.
General Director Each full year academic course passed earns 1 credit. IB Higher Level courses in
Grades 11th & 12th are weighted with additional 0.5 added.
Silvia de Escobar Spanish is the main language of instruction, 82% of the academic courses are
sgvalverde@campoalegre.edu.gt taught in Spanish.

Head of Academic
Department 9th Grade 10th Grade 11th Grade 12th Grade
English English English B HL B HL
Mariajos de Jerez Mathema cs Mathema cs Math Studies SL Math Studies SL
mdeleon@campoalegre.edu.gt
Lengua Lengua
(spanish) (spanish) Spanish A Literature HL Spanish A Literature HL
Science Science Philosophy Philosophy
IB Program
Social Studies Social Studies ITGS/History HL ITGS/History HL
Coordinator
Computer Computer Physics Chemistry
Gabriela Martnez Religion Religion Biology Biology
ammartinez@campoalegre.edu.gt Religion Religion
Visual Arts/Bussiness
Psychology Management SL
Visual Arts/Bussiness
Management SL Fine Arts
Theory of knowledge Seminar
Sta cs Theory of knowledge
Extended Essay
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Students in Campoalegre may select from the following paths to graduation:

Guatemalan Ministry of Education Diploma with IB Bilingual Diploma


Guatemalan Ministry of Education Diploma with or without IB certificates

Class Rank, Grading, GPA


EXCELLENT/ ABOVE AVERAGE/ BELOW AVER- FAILURE
Campoalegre does not compute class rank. HIGH HONORS AVERAGE / GOOD AGE /
HONORS SATISFACTORY
Both year- end averages and cumulative
GPAs are listed on the transcript. 100% 59 or
All courses are included in the cumulative scale
91-100 81-90 71-80 60-70 below
GPA average.
Literal
We do not incorporate transfer grades from A B C D F
other institutions in our GPA. IB score
7-6 5 4 3 1-2
Students receive numeric grades on a 100
point scale in all courses. GPA
3.5 - 4 2.5 3.4 1.5 2.4 0.7 1.4 0.0
Campoalegre passing grade for core classes
is 60.
Academic Achievement - Class of 2015 Grade Distribution by Course (Year-end 2015)

90-100 80-89 70-79 60-69 50-59 40-49


Subject A B C D F F # Students
English B HL 5 4 12 12 33
Math Studies SL 8 7 14 4 33
Spanish A Literature HL 2 9 12 9 1 33
Philosophy 10 10 13 33
ITGS/History HL 7 9 8 7 2 33
Chemistry 6 9 17 1 33
Biology 8 18 7 33
Religion 7 9 10 7 33
Visual Arts/Bussiness Manage-
ment HL 5 11 7 8 2 33
Fine Arts 9 7 9 8 33
Seminar 19 12 2 33
Theory of knowledge 5 9 15 4 33
Extended Essay 3 8 8 13 1 33
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IB Diploma Data 2015 IB Diploma Results by Subject

No. of candida- Average gra- World average


Course tes de grade
2013 2014 2015
Diploma candidates 32 30 18 English 18 5.74 5.47
Diplomas obtained 25 27 17 Math Studies 18 4.74 4.41
Average score 30 29 30 Spanish Literature 18 5.79 4.87
Average grade obtained 4.73 4.7 4.8 History 12 4.25 4.08
ITGS 7 4.71 4.55
Biology 18 4.05 4.14
IB Diploma Candidates for 2015
Visual Arts 10 4.4 4.7
Total class size: 33
Bussiness Manage-
Sitting full IB exams: 18 ment 12 4.36 4.81
Sitting IB certificates 2

University and College Admissions and Matriculations


To this date, Campoalegre has graduated 1,449 students. The following is a list of some of the international universities
and colleges to which Campoalegre graduates have matriculated. This list reflects classes of 2012 2015 to provide
a more accurate overview.

Name of university Country


Universidad Austral Argen na
Saskatchwan University Canada
Universidad Catlica Chile
Universidad de Morn Argen na
Royal Academy of Fine Arts Belgium
Universidad de Navarra Spain
Panamericanade Mxico Mexico
Tecnolgico de Monterrey Mexico
Performing Arts Conservatory of New York USA
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El Roble School
Academic Profile
School history and community
Centro Escolar El Roble is a private, nonprofit, bilingual, boys only, day school located in Gua-
temala City. Founded in 1970 the school has grown to over 700 students and has graduated
its first senior class in 1977. Our students are people of integrity who:

Have received a well-rounded academic experience


Have formed a strong Catholic identity and Catholic values
Are ready to go out and serve their families, communities and society

El Roble is an El Roble is proud of its ability to provide an exceptionally rigorous academic program that is
also inclusive to students with special learning needs.
IB World School
Student enrollment and demographics
Students are almost exclusively Guatemalan nationals, with some guest students from other
Latin American countries. The school maintains two classes ranging 20-25 per grade.
IB Code 1009
School enrollment 750 students
CEEB 854265 Class of 2015 57 seniors
College matriculation 100% attended 4-year col-
leges; approximately 10%
matriculated abroad
COUNSELORS:

High School Faculty


Ivn Cisneros El Roble faculty has 68 members (95% are nationals and 5% are foreign). All faculty are certi-
fied teachers; 80% hold advanced degrees.
iecisneros@ceroble.edu.gt Student-teacher ratio: 1:11
(502) 2387-7018 Maximum class size: 25

Accreditation and Institutional Memberships


Susana de Urruela Guatemalan Ministry of Education
International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO)
surruela@apde.edu.gt
Centre for University of Cambridge International Examinations
(502) 5865-3900 College Board

School Calendar
El Robles school year begins the second week in January and dismisses in mid-October.
It consists of 198 school days organized into four quarters and it observes local Guatemalan
holidays and schedules recesses in Easter, mid-June, and early autumn.
The school day is divided into six 60-minute periods and one 50-minute study hall period.
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Graduation requirements and curriculum


Students follow a common core, university preparatory bilingual curriculum as
Administration: mandated by the Guatemalan Ministry of Education.
9th & 10th grade students (14-16 year-olds) take an average of 13 courses per
year.
11th & 12th grade students (16-18 year-olds) complete the two-year International-
General Director
Baccalaureate programme, in addition to local requirements.
Julio Asturias Each full year academic course passed earns 1 credit. IB Higher Level courses in
jrasturias@ceroble.edu.gt
grades 10th & 11th are weighted with an additional 0.5 added.
Spanish is the main language of instruction, 82% of the academic courses are
taught in Spanish.

Head of Academic
Department 9th Grade 10th Grade 11th Grade 12th Grade
English English Mathema cs studies SL Mathema cs studies SL
Ivan Cisneros
Mathema cs Mathema cs Mathema cs HL Mathema cs HL
iecisneros@ceroble.edu.gt
Lengua (spanish) Lengua (spanish) English B HL English B HL
Science Science Spanish Literature HL Spanish Literature HL
Social Studies Social Studies ITGS HL ITGS HL
Computer science Computer science Biology Biology
IB Program Coordi-
Religion Religion Chemestry Chemestry
nator
Arts Arts ITGS HL ITGS HL
Philosphy Pilosophy Phisics Phisics
Luis Fernando Micheo Ci zenship educa- Ci zenship educa-
lfmicheo@ceroble.edu.gt on on Buisiness and Managment Buisiness and Managment
Philosphy Philosphy
Computer science Computer science
Theory of Knowledge Theory of Knowledge
Enviroment and socie es HL Enviroment and socie es HL
2016

Students in El Roble may select from the following paths to graduation:

Guatemalan Ministry of Education Diploma with IB Bilingual Diploma


Guatemalan Ministry of Education Diploma with or without IB certificates

Class Rank, Grading, GPA


EXCELLENT/ ABOVE AVERAGE/ BELOW AVER- FAILURE
El Roble does not compute class rank. HIGH HONORS AVERAGE / GOOD AGE /
Both year- end averages and cumulative HONORS SATISFACTORY

GPAs are listed on the transcript. 100% 59 or


All courses are included in the cumulative scale 91-100 81-90 71-80 60-70 below
GPA average.
We do not incorporate transfer grades from Literal A B C D F
other institutions in our GPA. IB
Students receive numeric grades on a 100 score 7-6 5 4 3 1-2
point scale in all courses.
El Roble passing grade for core classes is 60. GPA 3.5 - 4 2.5 3.4 1.5 2.4 0.7 1.4 0.0
IB examinations scores ranges 1-7

Academic Achievement - Class of 2015 Grade Distribution by Course (Year-end 2015)

90-100 80-89 70-79 60-69 50-59 40-49


Subject A B C D F F # Students
Math Studies SL 1 8 8 32 8 0 57
English B HL 1 6 20 26 4 0 57
Spanish A Literature HL 3 6 15 28 5 0 57
ITGS HL 4 10 16 25 2 0 57
Biology 4 10 16 27 0 57
Chemistry 1 6 10 36 4 0 57
Theory of Knowledge 1 15 19 18 4 57
Art 7 21 18 11 57
Business and Management HL 1 5 7 6 19
History SL 1 7 4 12
Environment and Socie es SL 3 4 12 19
Computer Science 1 2 2 2 7
Physics 1 1 5 9 5 21
Math HL 1 5 2 2 10
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IB Diploma Data
2012 2013 2014 2015
Diploma candidates 55 49 46 37 Total class size: 57
Diplomas obtained 16 28 34 29 Si7ng full IB exams: 37
Average score 28 30 29 30 Si7ng IB cer cates: 0
Average grade obtained 4.56 4.82 4.65 4.61
2015 IB Diploma Results by Subject
Course No. of candidates Average grade World average grade
Spanish A Literature HL 33 4.79 4.89
English B HL 37 5.3 5.47
Business and Management HL 11 3.64 4.84
History SL 9 3.56 4.45
Environment and Socie es SL 11 3.36 4.45
ITGS HL SP 26 4 4.55
ITGS HL EN 10 3.7 4.55
Biology SL 8 4.13 4.14
Computer Science HL EN 2 4 4.54
Computer Science SL EN 1 7 3.88
Computer Science SL SP 3 3.33 3.88
Physics 17 5 5.09
Math Studies SL 29 4.62 4.43
Math SL 2 5 4.86
Math HL 6 4.67 4.49

University and College Admissions and Matriculations


To this date, El Roble has graduated 1,500 students. More than 20 international universities have students from El Ro-
ble School. Significantly, 90% of El Roble graduates attend local universities and 10% attend international universities.

Name of university Country Name of university Country


Universidad del Istmo Guatemala MIT USA
Universidad Francisco Marroqun Guatemala Babson University USA
Universidad del Valle Guatemala Na onal University of Seul Korea
Unversidad San Carlos Guatemala University of Florida USA
Universidad Galileo Guatemala UNSW Australia
Universidad de Navarra Spain Carnegie Mellon USA
Km. 16.8 Carretera a El Salvador, Sta. Catarina Pinula, Guatemala
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Entrevalles School
Academic Profile
School history and community
Centro Escolar Entrevalles is a private, nonprofit, bilingual, girls only, day school located in
Guatemala City. Founded in 1997, the school has grown to over 400 students and has gradu-
ated its first senior class in 2007. Our students are people of integrity who:
Have received a well-rounded academic experience
Have formed a strong Catholic identity and Catholic values
Are ready to go out and serve their families, communities and society
Entrevalles is proud of its ability to provide an exceptionally rigorous academic programme
that is also inclusive to students with special learning needs.
Entrevalles is an Student enrollment and demographics
IB World School Students are almost exclusively Guatemalan nationals, with some guest students from other
Latin American countries. The school maintains two classes ranging 20-25 per grade.

School enrollment 466 students


IB Code 2396 Class of 2015 40 seniors
College matriculation 100% attended 4-year col-
leges; approximately 20%
CEEB 854191 matriculated abroad

High School Faculty


COUNSELORS:
Entrevalles faculty has 56 members (98% are nationals and 2% are foreign). All faculty are cer-
tified teachers; 44% hold advanced degrees.
Student-teacher ratio: 8:1
Teresa Vela de Aguilar Maximum class size: 28
mtvela@entrevalles.edu.gt Accreditation and Institutional Memberships
(502) 6685-4700 Guatemalan Ministry of Education
International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO)
Centre for University of Cambridge International Examinations
International ACAC
Susana de Urruela College Board

surruela@apde.edu.gt School Calendar


Entrevalles school year begins the second week in January and dismisses in mid-October.
(502) 5865-3900
It consists of 198 school days organized into four quarters and it observes local Guatemalan
holidays and schedules recesses in Easter, mid-June, and early autumn.
The school day is divided into six 60-minute periods and one 50-minute study hall period.
2016

Graduation requirements and curriculum


Students follow a common core, university preparatory bilingual curriculum as
mandated by the Guatemalan Ministry of Education.
9th & 10th grade students (14-16 year-olds) take an average of 3 courses per year.
Administration: 11th & 12th grade students (16-18 year-olds) complete the two-year International-
Baccalaureate programme, in addition to local requirements.
General Director Each full year academic course passed earns 1 credit. IB Higher Level courses in
grades 11th & 12th are weighted with an additional 0.5 added.
Ma. Del Carmen de Spanish is the main language of instruction, 82% of the academic courses are
taught in Spanish.
Camey
Sciences and English grammar and literature courses are taught in English.
mcamey@apde.edu.gt

Head of Academic 9th & 10th Grade 11th Grade 12th Grade
Department & Spanish (Grammar/Literature) IB Spanish A Literature HL IB Spanish A Literature HL

College Counselor English Grammar & Literature IB English B HL IB English B HL

Math (Algebra I&II) IB Mathema cal Studies SL / Sta s cs IB Mathema cal Studies SL
Ma. Teresa Vela de
Aguilar Computer Science IB ITGS HL op onal course IB ITGS HL op onal course
mtvela@entrevalles.edu.gt Social Sciences: Guatemalan Histo- IB History SL op onal course /
IB History SL op onal course / Psycho-
ry/World History/Roman Catholic Psychology / Religion/ Philosop-
logy / Religion/Philosophy
Religion hy
IB Program Coordi- IB Enviromental Studies & Socie es SL IB Enviromental Studies & So-
nator (English) cie es SL (English)
Entrepreneurship (home econo- IB Business & Management SL op onal IB Business & Management SL
Allyson Alvarez mics, accoun ng) course op onal course
aalvarez@entrevalles.edu.gt
Sciences (life science, earth science,
Physics Biology / Chemistry
physics)
IB CAS (Crea vity, Ac on & Ser-
Personal Project (community servi- vice)/Seminar (gradua on re-
Project Management (IB CAS)
ce) search/community service pro-
ject)
Art IB Visual Arts op onal HL course IB Visual Arts op onal HL course

Music IB Theory of Knowledge IB Theory of Knowledge

Health & Physical Educa on (PE) PE

IB Extended Essay (Senior pro-


ject)
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Students in Entrevalles may select from the following paths to graduation:

Guatemalan Ministry of Education Diploma with IB Bilingual Diploma


Guatemalan Ministry of Education Diploma with or without IB certificates

Class Rank, Grading, GPA


EXCELLENT/ ABOVE AVERAGE/ BELOW AVER- FAILURE
Entrevalles does not compute class rank. HIGH HONORS AVERAGE / GOOD AGE /
HONORS SATISFACTORY
Both year- end averages and cumulative
GPAs are listed on the transcript. 100% 59 or
All courses are included in the cumulative scale
91-100 81-90 71-80 60-70 below
GPA average.
Literal
We do not incorporate transfer grades from A B C D F
other institutions in our GPA. IB score
7-6 5 4 3 1-2
Students receive numeric grades on a 100
point scale in all courses. GPA
3.5 - 4 2.5 3.4 1.5 2.4 0.7 1.4 0.0
Entrevalles passing grade for core classes is 60.
IB examinations scores ranges 1-7

Academic Achievement - Class of 2015 Grade Distribution by Course (Year-end 2015)

90-100 80-89 70-79 60-69 50-59


Subject A B C D F # Students
IB Spanish A Literature HL 1 14 17 8 40
IB English B HL 9 23 6 2 40
IB Mathema cal Studies SL 2 10 11 15 2 40
IB ITGS HL 9 15 8 8 40
IB History SL / IB Business & Manage-
ment SL (op onal courses) 1 8 17 11 3 40
IB Enviromental Studies & Socie es SL
(English) 7 14 10 9 40
Biology 2 14 14 10 40
Chemistry 8 13 15 4 40
Art 37 3 40
Seminar (gradua on research/
community service) 11 19 9 1 40
Philosophy 8 17 11 4 40
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IB Diploma Data 2015 IB Diploma Results by Subject

Average World average


2013 2014 2015
Course Candidates grade grade
Diploma candidates 11 9 21
Spanish A Literature 21 4.71 4.89
Diplomas obtained 82% 78% 100%
Average score 29 31 32 English B 21 6.19 5.47
Average grade obtai- ITGS 21 5.57 4.55
ned 4.67 4.93 5.1 ESS 21 4.62 4.25
History 10 4.8 4.45
Business Manage-
IB Diploma Candidates for 2015 ment 11 5.27 4.82
Total class size: 40
Math Studies 21 4.9 4.43
Sitting full IB exams: 21
Environmental Sys-
Sitting IB certificates 0
tems & Socie es 21 4.62 4.25

University and College Admissions and Matriculations


To this date, Entrevalles has graduated 152 students, 26 of which are now attending international universities. The fol-
lowing is a list of universities and colleges to which Entrevalles graduates have matriculated in the last 3 years. Signifi-
cantly, 80% of EV graduates attend local universities and 20% attend international universities.

Guatemala USA
Universidad del Valle University of Dallas (Irving, TX)
Universidad del Istmo Lynn University (Boca Raton, Fl)
Universidad Francisco Marroqun Rice University (Houston, TX)
Universidad Rafael Landvar St. Edwards University (Austin, TX)
SCAD, Savannah College of Art and Design (Savannah, GA)
Mexico Flagler College (St. Augustine, Fl)
Universidad Panamericana Duke University (Durham, NC)
Pennsylvania State University (PA)
Spain Babson College (Wellesley, Massachusetts)
Universidad de Navarra Trinity University (San Antonio, TX)
Km. 22.5 Carretera a Fraijanes, Guatemala
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Solalto School
Academic Profile
School history and community
Centro Escolar Solalto is a private, nonprofit, bilingual, only boys, day school located in Guate-
mala City. Founded in 1997 the school has grown to over 350 students and graduated its first
senior class in 2007. Our students are people of integrity who:

Have received a well-rounded academic experience


Have formed a strong Catholic identity and Catholic values
Are ready to go out and serve their families, communities and society

Solalto is an Solalto is proud of its ability to provide an exceptionally rigorous academic program that is
also inclusive to students with special learning needs.
IB World School
Student enrollment and demographics
Students are almost exclusively Guatemalan nationals, with some guest students from other
Latin American countries.
IB Code 2395
School enrollment 367 students
Class of 2015 27 seniors
CEEB 854011 College matriculation 100% attended 4-year colleges;
approximately 22% matriculated
abroad
COUNSELORS:
High School Faculty
Solalto faculty has 55 members (92% are nationals and 8% are foreign). All faculty are certi-
Julio Medina fied teachers; 25% hold advanced degrees.
Student-teacher ratio: 1:7
jcmedina@solalto.edu.gt Maximum class size: 18

(502) 6686-0500
Accreditation and Institutional Memberships
Guatemalan Ministry of Education
Susana de Urruela International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO)
Centre for University of Cambridge International Examinations
surruela@apde.edu.gt College Board
(502) 5865-3900
School Calendar
Solaltos school year begins the second week in January and dismisses in mid-October.
It consists of 198 school days organized into four quarters and it observes local Guatemalan
holidays and schedules recesses in Easter, mid-June, and early autumn.
The school day is divided into six 60-minute periods and one 50-minute study hall period.
2016

Graduation requirements and curriculum


Students follow a common core, university preparatory bilingual curriculum as
mandated by the Guatemalan Ministry of Education.
Administration: 9th & 10th Grades students (14-16 year-olds) take in average 13 courses per year.
11th & 12th Grades students (16-18 year-olds) complete the two-year International-
Baccalaureate program in addition to local requirements.
General Director Each full year academic course passed earns 1 credit. IB Higher Level courses in
Grades 11th & 12th are weighted with additional 0.5 added.
Rolando Marn Spanish is the main language of instruction, 82% of the academic courses are
rmarin@solalto.edu.gt taught in Spanish.

9th Grade 10th Grade 11th Grade 12th Grade


Head of Academic Spanish A Spanish A IB Spanish A HL (SPA) IB Spanish A HL (SPA)
Department English B English B IB EnglishB HL IB EnglishB HL
Informa on Technology Informa on Technology IB ITGS HL IB ITGS HL
Julio Medina
Social Sciences Social Sciences IB Business SL (SPA) IB Business SL (SPA)
jcmedina@solalto.edu.gt Biology Biology IB Math Studies SL (SPA) IB Math Studies SL (SPA)
Math Math IB Enviromental Systems SL IB Enviromental Systems SL
Produc vity Produc vity IB Biology SL (SPA) IB Biology SL (SPA)
Arts Arts TOK (SPA) TOK (SPA)
IB Program Coordi- Music Music Extended Essay (SPA) Extended Essay (SPA)
Physical Educa on Physical Educa on CAS (SPA) CAS (SPA)
nator
Religion Religion Physics Chemistry
Physics Physical Educa on Religion
Sal Santizo Philosophy Philosophy Arts
Psicology Gradua on Seminar
sisantizo@solalto.edu.gt
Religion Sta s cs
2016

Students in Solalto may select from the following paths to graduation:

Guatemalan Ministry of Education Diploma with IB Bilingual Diploma


Guatemalan Ministry of Education Diploma with or without IB certificates
Class Rank, Grading, GPA
Solalto does not compute class rank. EXCELLENT/ ABOVE AVERAGE/ BELOW AVER- FAILURE
HIGH HONORS AVERAGE / GOOD AGE /
Both year- end averages and cumulative HONORS SATISFACTORY
GPAs are listed on the transcript. 100% 59 or
All courses are included in the cumulative scale 91-100 81-90 71-80 60-70 below
GPA average.
We do not incorporate transfer grades from Literal A B C D F
other institutions in our GPA.
IB
Students receive numeric grades on a 100 score 7-6 5 4 3 1-2
point scale in all courses.
Solalto passing grade for core classes is 60. GPA 3.5 - 4 2.5 3.4 1.5 2.4 0.7 1.4 0.0
IB examinations scores ranges 1-7

Academic Achievement - Class of 2015 Grade Distribution by Course (Year-end 2015)

90-100 80-89 70-79 60-69 50-59


Subject A B C D F # Students
IB Spanish A HL 1 6 14 5 1 27
IB EnglishB HL 11 7 4 4 1 27
IB ITGS HL 5 11 6 4 1 27
IB Business SL 9 13 4 1 27
IB Math Studies SL 5 12 3 6 1 27
IB Physics SL 2 8 12 4 1 27
IB Biology SL 4 11 12 27
Theory of Knowledge TOK 16 7 2 2 27
Chemistry 12 10 4 1 27
Religion 3 13 8 2 1 27
Arts 14 7 1 5 27
Gradua on Seminar 16 4 3 4 27
Sta s cs 1 13 4 8 1 27
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IB Diploma Data 2015 IB Diploma Results by Subject

2013 2014 2015


Diploma candidates 6 8 16 Average World average
Diplomas obtained 4 8 16 Course No. of candidates grade grade
Average score 27 28 29 IB Spanish A HL 16 4.13 4.89
Average grade obtained 4.38 4.54 4.48 IB EnglishB HL 16 5.93 5.47
IB ITGS HL 16 4.73 4.55
IB Diploma Candidates 2015 IB Business SL 16 4.40 4.82
IB Math Studies SL 16 5.00 4.43
Total class size: 27 IB Physics SL 10 3.40 4.47
Si5ng full IB exams: 16 IB Biology SL 6 3.80 4.13
Si5ng IB cer cates: 0

University and College Admissions and Matriculations


To this date, Solalto has graduated 149 students, 22% attending international universities. The following is a list of uni-
versities where Solalto graduates have matriculated.

Name of university Country


EARTH University Costa Rica
Universidad Del Valle de Guatemala Guatemala
Universidad Francisco Marroqun Guatemala
Universidad del Itsmo Guatemala
Universidad Rafael Landivar Guatemala
Ins tuto Tecnolgico y de Estudios Superiores de
Monterrey Mexico
Universidad de Navarra Spain
Universidad de Salamanca Spain
Rice University USA
University of Dallas USA
University of San Diego USA
Columbia University USA
University of Central Florida USA
Carroll College USA