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Earth Week at ASF

ASF celebrates Earth Week every year, with the goal of raising environmental awareness in the community. This year's theme is: "Our Endangered Species: how local actions can have an impact on their survival". The goals is to raise our awareness on environmental issues in order to make small changes in our daily habits.

Grade 10 Students Host the Personal Project Fair

The personal project is an independent assignment that can be on any topic and take any form, as long as it has a strong connection to one global context. It is a way to demonstrate the skills students have acquired throughout the MYP and is a grade 10 requirement at ASF

The 4th ASF Virtual Race is on!

Run for a cause, do it online. This year's ASF Virtual Race is on and the goal is to raise one million one hundred thousand pesos, equivalent to ten 50 percent scholarships.

The Thespian Society Presents RENT

The ASF Thespian Society invited families and friends to gather in the Ángeles Espinosa Yglesias Fine Arts Center for a breathtaking performance of Rent. Rent is a rock musical with music, lyrics, and book by Jonathan Larson, loosely based on Giacomo Puccini's opera La Bohème.

Victory at the Churchill Debate Tournament

The ASF debate team makes our school proud as they return home victorious from the bilingual Churchill School Debate Tournament held on April 5 and 6. After two days of arduous competition, the ASF Debate Team came back to the Paul Williams Upper School Building with a first place trophy.

ASF Celebrates Maker Week

The Center for Teaching Excellence, led by Maria Mandolini, Nicole Gray, Carlos Guerrero and Tracey Bryan, organized and hosted the second edition of Maker Week at ASF. From April 2 to 4, students from K-12 signed up for over 200 workshops held on campus, which were possible thanks to all of the companies and individuals who donated their time.

ASF at a Glance

  • 391

    students receive Financial Aid
  • 50+

  • 2,500+

    students from K1 to grade 12
  • 30+

    organized school activities
  • 59.38%

    teachers with graduate degrees
  • Since 1888

    130 years educating global citizens for a changing world
  • First

    accredited American school outside USA

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