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A big win to the virtual Special Olympics!

Up and down, left to right, and all the way to the finish line! The virtual Special Olympics, which took place last Saturday, January 16, were a success. It featured 27 ASF students who donated their time and skills to drive a series of classes that made us all sweat.

ASF showed its talent in the ASF@Home Virtual Talent Show

The time to shine is here! And so did a bunch of ASF students during our ASF@Home Virtual Talent Show, which happened on the last couple of days of classes in December, featuring lots of singing, dancing, pogo-stick jumping, and some magic!

ASF Parent Association host the COVID-19 Experts Panel

During the Parent Association, General meeting held on December 2; our community gathered with two of the most outstanding medical experts to review the latest information regarding COVID-19.

This live panel with experts was possible thanks to the collaboration of the Parent Association and Ana María Salazar, renowned national security analyst, and TV and radio anchor.

Trick or Treat! 10th Anniversary of ASOMEX Debate

While the pandemic is pushing people apart, ASF Debate strives to connect students more than ever before by bringing back the annual ASOMEX Halloween Debate Tournament. On its 10th anniversary, we celebrated a decade worth of discourse by facing the best schools from Mexico City against each other, and even some visitors from Peru. With ten schools, 120 debaters, and the help of our wonderful teachers and administration, we shined the light on what the world considers taboo.

ASF Debate Team @ Worlds

We would like to take a moment to recognize Mariana Icaza for ranking the 5th best ESL speaker (in the world) at the World Schools Debate Championship this summer. Mariana is a rising senior at ASF and captain of our Debate Team.

BLH Scholarship Awardee

Congratulations to ASF Class of 2020 Graduate, Carla Meléndez, who is this year’s recipient of the BLH Scholarship. The BLH Scholarship Fund was established by an American School Foundation graduate to provide scholarships to female students from The American School Foundation in Mexico City to pursue a four-year college in the United States.

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

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