Washington School

Student Projects

The Washington School prepares all of our high school students to learn the skills necessary to succeed in all sectors of society. These skills include leadership development, oral communication, group organization/administration, community service and well as project management. We strengthen our skills through academic debates, conferences, student organizations and P.B.L. initiatives.

Student Group Competition Team 1: Eco Tour

Company Overview

  • Presidente: Isabella Villero Libere.
  • Vice Presidente: Andrew Solis Salazar.
  • Director: Eduardo Filios Moya.
  • Manager: Francisco Miranda Muñoz.


To teach children living in rural parts of Costa Rica the importance of maintaining a clean and healthy environment.


To expand our environmental programs and become the industry leaders of environmental consulting throughout Central America.


Community service

  • To teach the children about the importance of conserving the nature and maintaining clean.
  • The way to maintain the nature clean: as the three R’s, recycle, reuse and reduce
  • To teach the way we can help the environment. To pick up the litter, and to plant the trees.
  • To go to the beach and pick up litter.
  • To plant the trees.


Fundraising (Goal=more than 100,000)
To make a donation box and ask people to help us in maintaining the environment clean. It will gain about minimum 1000 colones.

With the money we gained from the donation, buy the raffle and do with the school students or neighbors. 500 each raffle ticket, then the summation will be 50000 if we could sell all. The premium will be 10000 colones. We could try a raffle about two times.

l With some money we gained, we could buy materials to make things and sell.

Money needed for the field trip (minimum 200,000, maximum 300,000).

l Transportation = about 70,000 normal bus with DVD, aconditionador, comfortable seats for 15 to 18 peoples =125000 colones.

l Material to pick garbage = 5,000 colones.

l Food = 20000 colones.

l Money for emergency =10000.

l Planting tree = about 20,000.

l Tent (about 40000 for four person) = 120000.

l Clothes will be brought individually (one swimming cloth and about two normal cloths. One cloth that can be dirtied to use for our activity)

Project Agenda

  • 8:10 – Check everyone is there.
  • 8:15 – Time to depart
  • 8:15 – 10:15 – arrive to Punta Leona
  • 12:00 – Until lunch, you will have free time to organize the tents and unpack your things.
  • 1:00 – After you eat, you will prepare to start the activity. Check everything is prepared. And depart to the rural areas.
  • 1:00 – 2:00 – Teach the children about the importance of maintaining the environment clean and healthy
  • 2:00 – 3:00 – Plant trees.
  • 3:00 – 3:50 – to pick up the garbage
  • 3:50 – 4:00 – To go back to our tent
  • 4:00 – 6:00 – have free time and take pictures
  • 6:00 – eat dinner
  • 6:00 – Free time
  • 7:00 am – eat breakfast
  • 8:00am – check everything is packed
  • 8:10 am – depart

Student Group Competition Team 2: TIHAJ

  • President: Sara Lee Lee.
  • Vice President: Gabriela Palacios López.
  • Director: Rebeca Isabella Villero.
  • Executive Representative: Naomi Casette Ramirez.
  • Executive Representative: Damy Zheng.


TIHAJ is a family with a mission to make things happen. We want to leave future generations prepared by teaching valuable morals and how to properly care for our beautiful environment. We want to implement environmental improvements to make our world a healthier place as well as improving the quality of education of children today who are less fortunate.

Department Contact Info


1km North of Construplaza, next to Vivero Habitat, Guachipelín, Escazú, Costa Rica

+506 2215 – 2103

Mon – Fri 7:20 am – 3:15 pm

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