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Juan Pablo Villalobos at ASF

Mexican author, Juan Pablo Villalobos, visited the ASF Upper School Learning Center (Library) and engaged in a conversation with Spanish and Literature teacher, Juan Antonio Pacheco, with Upper School students as attendees. One of the many topics discussed was his novel, No voy a pedirle a nadie que me crea, (I am not going to ask anyone to believe me), published in 2015.

CREATORS: Teaching Artists at Work

The teachers and staff at ASF have many tools at their disposal. They have excellent facilities, a good working environment, and professional development opportunities. Yet, without our humanity, we cannot educate. We bring our whole selves to work, and we use our creativity every day, to inspire and motivate our students. Some of us have had years of artistic practice and others have just begun to enjoy making art, as a way to relax or reflect.

US Club Fair Promotes Student Involvement

The Upper School Club fair was held on August 22 and 23, encouraging students to pursue their passions and participate in a wide range of causes and activities beyond the classroom.

Become a Volunteer Parent Today!

All ASF parents are invited to become volunteers! This is the perfect opportunity to join forces with other parents and be more involved in the children's lives at school. Don't miss out!

 The 2019-20 School Year has Begun!

The summer is almost over and it's that time of year again! Whether you are a true veteran or a complete rookie, parents, teachers and students all share mixed feelings of excitement and anticipation as they get ready to go back to school.

Services for Academic Success: Helping our Students Thrive

Many of you at ASF have probably heard the term “SAS”, or walked past its small office, located between the Founders’ Garden and the Sundial Garden. But how many of you actually know what the school’s Services for Academic Success actually are, and how they help our students succeed?

ASF at a Glance

  • 405

    students receive Financial Aid
  • 40+

    nationalities
  • 2,500+

    students from K1 to grade 12
  • 28+

    organized school activities
  • 59.90%

    teachers with graduate degrees
  • Since 1888

    130 years educating global citizens for a changing world
  • First

    accredited American school outside USA

Our Students have gone on to


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