Students at TASIS Dorado are challenged to pursue academic and personal excellence to become engaged global citizens and innovative, selfless leaders. They are taught the importance and value of courage, kindness, integrity, humility and a commitment to building community. Our students embrace service and leadership, pursue their passions and engage in rigorous scholarship, and commit themselves to contributing to the greater good.

Comprising almost 900 students from PPK to 12th grade, TASIS Dorado’s student body represents 16 nationalities, with 71% from Puerto Rico, 23% hailing from the U.S. mainland, and 6% from across the globe. A wealth of languages can be heard in the hallways from our students in between classes, including English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Russian, Portuguese, and others.

Over 65% of our students are athletes participating among 54 teams and 11 sports. The arts are equally important. Students across all levels are deeply involved in extracurriculars from student government, National Honor Society, Model UN, academic clubs, visual and performing arts, community service, foreign language clubs, to math, science and technology clubs. The opportunities are endless!

Learn more below from our impressive students.

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Pablo Casanova Pou '21

A student at TASIS Dorado since PPK, Pablo is deeply committed to the TASIS experience! He loves basketball, enjoys both math and science, and likes spending his time with friends at the beach. Pablo has served his fellow student body as a member of student government throughout much of his Secondary School experience. He was Class President in 6th and 10th grades, as well as a member of the Student Council Executive Board serving as Secretary and Vice President during high school. Pablo has also been a member of the National Junior Honor Society and National Honor Society, as well as an active member of the Interact Club. He has also volunteered his time with both Kinesis and Los Naranjos as a tutor to students in need. A constant presence on the court, Pablo has played both basketball and volleyball since elementary school and served as Varsity Captain for both.

“My time on the basketball court has had the biggest impact on me. The values I have learned from Coach Knapp are some that I have weaved into my everyday life and will carry with me to college and beyond. When playing on the court, I will always appreciate seeing my friends, family, and the larger school community cheering us on.”

“My experience at TASIS has helped me master time management. With the rigorous academics and abundance of extracurricular activities, it can be a struggle to find time to do it all. After years of taking advanced courses, taking AP classes, and playing two sports, I am finally confident in my ability to juggle multiple things at once!”

Valeria Pérez Negrón '21

As a member of TASIS Dorado since 5th grade, Valeria is very involved in student life. She has held many leadership positions, including 8th and 9th grade Class President, as well as Treasurer, Vice President, and now President of the Student Council Executive Board. Valeria is a self-proclaimed animal lover, with a bird and three dogs of her own. She enjoys traveling the Island, exploring new places, and encountering new experiences. An accomplished dancer, Valeria shares her exceptional talent with the community by choreographing many dances for both her class and school-wide activities, including two First Place wins in the coveted Spirit Week Dance Competition.

“What I value most about TASIS Dorado, and will miss greatly, is the close relationships students are able to make with teachers. Throughout my years here, I've built such close ties with my teachers that TASIS has become my second home. Not only have my teachers played a monumental role in my life, but TASIS has allowed me to develop dynamic leadership skills. Because of these experiences, I have become the scholar I am today and prepared to be an instrument of change.”

Kaelyn Holmes '25

Kaelyn has been a member of the TASIS community since PPK. Currently, she is the President of her class and has been Captain of various athletic teams and stays active playing soccer, basketball, volleyball, and flag football. She has also developed a deep appreciation for the ocean through her passion for both surfing and windsurfing.

“TASIS Dorado is a fun, interactive and overall great experience. I value the dedicated teachers and wealth of knowledge I’ve learned since PPK. Pep rallies and field trips have had a big impact on me. They bring all students together outside of the classroom and unify us in school spirit.”

Jayden Rich '27

Jayden has been a student at TASIS Dorado since 3rd grade. He is a member of the swim team and appreciates the fun, social atmosphere of the TASIS community.

“My teachers have motivated me to become an independent, self-sufficient student.”