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Teach at Day-Star School in Honduras

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High School Social Studies Teacher
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High School Social Sciences Teacher
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Middle School Social Studies Teacher
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Start in July 2024

About Day-Star School

Day-Star School is a private K-12 bilingual school located in Juticalpa, in the eastern part of Honduras. The school was founded in 1988. It is owned and operated by Mark and Betty Skallman, North Americans, who have lived and worked in Honduras since 1980. 

The school is nationally accredited with the Honduran Ministry of Education and internationally accredited by Cognia.  All classes, except for Spanish grammar, civics, and some social studies, are taught in English. The teaching staff includes both International and Honduran teachers. The student body is Honduran, whose parents live and work in the community.

VISION

Day-Star School believes that childhood is the key to success for the future of our society. We aim to train students with personal academic excellence, cultivating in them optimism, spiritual security, and an appreciation for different cultures; guiding them to their duties and responsibilities with themselves, their families, community, nation, and humanity.

MISSION

We, at Day-Star School firmly believe that young people are the key to society's future. Based on this idea, we believe our purpose is to develop within our students academic excellence, spiritual assurance, dedication to helping others, and an appreciation for other cultures. We, therefore, propose to guide them towards a sense of duty and responsibility to themselves, their family, their community, their nation, and all humanity.

Day-Star School offers an education that will motivate these young people to become excellent scholars and compassionate human beings, eager to become an example for the entire human race. 

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Day-Star School contact information

Address: Barrio El Campo, Juticalpa, Olancho, 16101, Honduras
Phone: +504 2785-2917

Honduras at a glance

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Capital: Tegucigalpa

Language: Spanish

Population: 8.3 million

Currency: Lempira (HNL)

Government: Presidential republic

Country quick facts

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The center star on the Honduras flag represents Honduras, while the other four represent the other Central American countries.
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Honduras was formerly known as Spanish Honduras in order to differentiate itself from Belize, which was previously known as British Honduras.
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Hondurans celebrate Dia del Nino, or Children’s Day.
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Christopher Columbus discovered Honduras.
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Honduran’s that have blonde hair and blue eyes are decendants of the British Pirates that came to the area over 500 years ago.
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One of the oldest clocks in the world is located in the city of Comayagua.
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Honduras has the second largest amount of coral reefs in the world next to Australia.
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