Meet our New Principal, Ms. Gabriela Casco!

Selecting a new principal for our school was a big decision, but when we met Ms. Casco, we knew we had found a real gem!  Born and raised in Tegucigalpa, the fifth of six children, and the daughter of pastors, she has a great awareness of the troubled backgrounds and spiritual needs of our students.  […]

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Dedication Ceremony of Jubilee’s New School Building

A rare and unexpected cold snap hit Honduras the week of the dedication of our new school building.  As we set up on the morning of the big event, instead of being greeted by a warm sunrise, we were met with clouds, wind, and a light mist.  Our set up crew zipped up their jackets […]

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Meet Our Construction Manager, Saul Romero

The very idea of building a three-story, cement block structure on an old landfill in Honduras is absolutely daunting to most of us, but with over 45 years of construction experience, Saul Romero was not intimidated in the least!  He received his technical training in construction in Costa Rica.  Mr. Romero then worked under engineers […]

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New year, New grades, New school building!

The first day of school comes with enough nervous excitement of its own, but can you just imagine the excitement of starting school in a brand new building?  Have any of you ever had the opportunity to be the first one to use a just-finished building?  The fresh paint gleams, the newly varnished desks sparkle, […]

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Jubilee’s Sixth Celebration Event

We are so thankful for all of you who were able to attend our sixth annual celebration event on November 19th, 2015!  Thanks to the hard work of many people, it was a very successful evening!  Whether or not you were able to attend, we thought you would like to know a little bit about […]

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Standing in the Gap

“I looked for someone among them who would build up the wall and stand before me in the gap on behalf of the land so I would not have to destroy it, but I found no one.” Ezekiel 22:30 The school year here in Honduras runs from February through November such that the long break […]

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No to Emigration! Yes to Education!

In school systems in the United States of America, in the spirit of education and enrichment, we study and celebrate all kinds of special holidays: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, President’s Day, Columbus Day, Veteran’s Day, and Memorial Day, to name a few.  Obviously, it is important for students to learn about the history […]

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U.S. Board of Directors Visits Jubilee in Honduras!

  In early August, the U.S.-based JCI board took its biennial trip to La Era. The 6-day visit offered rich experiences that familiarized the board with Honduran culture and deepened connections with students, staff, and parents at Jubilee School. Highlights included: Children’s worship at Jubilee school, including singing, a lesson on heroes of faith, a […]

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Meet Featured Student, Jose!

This shy, quiet first grader loves going to school, and loves learning about math, especially!  Jose would rather not study Spanish, but does enjoy learning, in general.  He is six years old and lives with his mom, aunts, uncles, and cousins.  Jose doesn’t have any siblings, and his dad lives in another city.  Jose loves […]

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Impacting a Child through a Mission Trip

All you have to do is hang out at Tegucigalpa’s airport for a half hour to know that it is mission team season here in Honduras!  We are so thankful for the teams that have already come to serve alongside us, and we look forward to those who will be coming shortly! Some might question […]

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