Meet the IST Headmaster


—-Since 1991—-

The International School of Tegucigalpa (IST) has been focused on providing quality education, based on Christian principles, and a multicultural environment of excellence for academic
learning and spiritual growth.


To be a leading, Christ centered, international school dedicated to transforming Honduras.


To provide a Christ centered, bilingual, multicultural, 21st century, American standard based education in a collaborative, engaging, and personalized learning environment.


All core subjects in grades Pre-Kinder through 12 Grade are taught in English, by certified teachers. Teachers hold a bachelor’s degree in education or a teaching license from a North American institution. In addition there are faculty and administration who hold a Master’s/Doctors degree in education or business administration. Curriculum experts are brought in from Canada or USA annually to consult the material being taught.


International Training Center



International Language Center

At International School we provide quality education founded upon a Biblical Worldview that trains students with an academic experience to confidently and persuasively engage their community and the world. 

Over the last 20 years, the world has changed significantly and the pace of this change is accelerating. Globalization, the increasingly rapid growth in information and technology, and significant social changes are just a few of the challenges and opportunities facing students today. With this in mind, we are providing our students with an education that develops the Christian mind, nurtures the soul, and shapes the character for today and for the future, so that they can face these challenges with confidence. 

 As you browse our web site, we trust that you will discover a vibrant academic community dedicated to instilling and cultivating excellence in all facets of our students’ lives.

About Us


Christ is central to each of our belief systems as individual professionals and He is integrated within the curriculum.


Students are punctual, prepared, and on task; they display a positive attitude, strive to reach their full potential, and spend time on assignments to ensure that they are well done.

Gal 6:4-5 NIV;

Rom 14:10,12 NIV;

II Pet 1:10 NIV


Students are honest, just, and trustworthy; they display strong moral principles and do what is right; they are role models for others.

Titus 2:7-8 NIV;

I Cor 4:1-2 NIV;

Rom 5:1-53 NIV


Students display generosity and compassion, share with others, and respond kindly toward others.

I Pet 3:8-11 NIV;

I Cor 12:12-27 NIV


Students seek and recognize the opinions and input of others, demonstrate considerate and helpful behavior, and are quick to listen, slow to speak, and slow to anger.

Matt 7:12 NIV;

Rom 12:10 NIV;

Jam 1:19 NIV


Students initiate curiosity and interest in learning, independently engage in learning activities, persevere and solve problems, demonstrate resourcefulness and seek assistance when necessary.

Prov 10:4 NIV;

Jam 2:18 NIV;

Col 3:17 NIV


Students act as leaders or exemplary team members, provide thoughtful ideas, and value and encourage team members.

Ro 14:19 NIV;

I Cor 3:7-11 NIV;

Phil 2:5-7 NIV;

II Cor 4:1, 15-18 NIV