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ASF Girls Attend a STEM Event Hosted by Cisco

To celebrate International Women's Day and promote the inclusion of women in science and technology, as well as engineering and mathematics (STEM), a special event took place at the Cisco offices in Mexico City, organized by the International Greenlight for Girls Organization. 150 girls from 11 to 15 from the ASF, Amextra, the Mazahua Community and the Pedagogical Institute for Language Differences attended.

A Walk Down Memory Lane

On March 5, the third ASF retiree breakfast was held in a restaurant in Mexico City. The group is steadily growing, and thanks to the efforts made by Human Capital, who bring together retired ASF employees to share their memories and reunite with their ex-colleagues and friends, 44 members were present this time, surpassing their goal of 40!

IB Arts Exhibition Opening

The IB Diploma Programme visual arts course taught by Patricia Patterson and Sean Buckley at ASF encourages students to challenge their own creative and cultural expectations and boundaries. It is a thought-provoking course in which students develop analytical skills in problem-solving and divergent thinking, while working towards technical proficiency and confidence as art-makers.

Thank You for Being Part of Run for Education!

The 9th edition of Run for Education was a great success thanks to the support of AsDeporte, our sponsors, committee chair (Dalia Aliphas), committee volunteers and all participants. Click here to learn more about the event and see some photos!

Sports Media: A Growing Profession

On Monday, March 11, Indiana University, a soccer powerhouse in the United States, used the soccer field at ASF for a training session. The team brought with them, the Sports Media students who are covering Indiana's playing tour in Mexico City this week. At noon, in the WEC, John Sutcliffe, of ESPN fame, and the Sports Media students from Indiana University, met with a group of Upper School students to discuss Sports Media as a profession.

XVII Shakespeare Competition at ASF

The Shakespeare Competition organized by the Anglo Mexican Foundation is a curricular-focused program designed to assist students in the development of their language skills and dramatic talent, from the memorization and on-stage representation of both a monologue and of a sonnet by William Shakespeare.

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    students receive Financial Aid
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  • 2,500+

    students from K1 to grade 12
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    organized school activities
  • 59.38%

    teachers with graduate degrees
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