Paloma Cordero (Conalep) and Carolina Apaez (Cetmar), two Liga MAC scholarship grantees graduated with honors from high-school, and their corresponding classes were named after them. These two young ladies had an outstanding academic performance during the 3-years of “prepa”. Congratulations Paloma & Carolina! We are very proud of you.
July marks the end of the school year, and we are very proud to say that we have helped many kids to finish their "prepa" (high-school studies). More than 60 students are getting their diplomas from the five public high-schools of San Jose. This is the materialization of the support that Liga MAC receives from donors and supporters.
Eufemia came in one day to the Liga MAC Support Center saying that she needed an eye surgery to save her sight. The doctor’s letter certified that she had suffered luxation of the crystalline and retinal detachment in both eyes, and that she needed surgery in the right eye to avoid losing her vision.
Misael lost his Mom when he was seven years old. His widowed father was a mason and had to take Misael to work with him after Mom’s death. Misael never stopped working after that. By the age of eleven, Misael´s father no longer could send him to middle school because of the financial restraints of the family. The social worker at his previous school was aware of the situation and called Liga MAC for support.