We start the first secondary school in the history of each community.

7th-9th Grade

Lower secondary School

E2E Hubs are secondary schools started and operated by E2E in communities where there was previously no access. Students who are admitted into E2E Hubs are awarded financial aid packages. In return for their scholarships, students participate in community service year-round. All students enrolled receive our core leadership training program and access to other resources such as the youth innovation center.

Upper secondary School

When students graduate from 9th grade, they apply for an E2E scholarship to cover their travel costs to attend high school in the nearby town. Students who excel are given opportunities for paid internships with E2E to serve as teaching assistants in their communities or traveling leadership trainers. We also link students to internships through our corporate and NGO partners. At this stage, students receive guidance counseling to prepare them for life after high school.

10th-12th Grade
Post-grad Studies

Beyond high school

For students who complete their high school education, most will choose to either start their own small business, enter a trade school, or pursue higher education. For our top-performing students, we provide scholarships to cover school fees and living expenses since travel becomes especially necessary at this stage. Many students pursue jobs in teaching, nursing, agriculture, mechanic, and culinary.

Our entrepreneurial students receive business training and mentorship as they refine their ideas and apply for seed capital.

Where we work

We work in rural communities across Honduras including the Departments of Francisco Morazan, Comayagua, Choluteca and El Paraiso. Without Educate2Envision’s program, the average walking distance to the nearest secondary school for most students is 4 hours roundtrip on steep mountain roads or near flood prone areas. The majority of families earn close to $5/day and the average education level for students’ parents is 3rd grade. 

See the places where our students live:

  • El Peñon

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    Pop. 500
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    Corn and bean-producing community
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    Electricity
  • La Joya

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    Pop. 200
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    Corn and bean-producing community
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    Electricity
  • PAJARILLOS

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    Pop. 1,500
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    Corn and sugar-producing community
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    Electricity
  • EL ZURZULAR

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    Pop. 900
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    Coffee-producing community
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    Electricity
  • LOS PLANES

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    Pop. 600
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    Coffee-producing community
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    Electricity
  • LAS DELICIAS

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    Pop. 300
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    Coffee-producing community
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    Limited Electricity
  • EL GUANO

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    Pop. 300
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    Coffee-producing community
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    No Electricity
  • LOS ANGELES

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    Pop. 300
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    Coffee-producing community
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    No Electricity
  • San Juan

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    Pop. 400
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    Corn and sugar-producing community
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    Electricity
  • CHAGUITE

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    Pop. 500
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    Coffee-producing community
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    Electricity

Rural communities face unique challenges when it comes to accessing education beyond 6th grade. They also are the places you can find the future leaders who are the key to lifting their communities out of poverty.

To reach these remote areas is a highly challenging feat but we are committed to ensuring that a student’s birthplace does not decide whether or not they achieve their goals.

Visit our schools

  • Pajarillos
  • El Zurzular
  • Las Delicias