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Valeria Luiselli Inspires the US

Award-winning author, Valeria Luiselli visited ASF on October 17 to present her latest novel, “The Lost Children Archive”, in the Upper School Library.

 2019 College-level Champions at ITAMMUN

Representatives from our ASF Model United Nations challenged college students at the ITAM from October 5 to 7, receiving awards in leadership, negotiation and diplomacy.

The Upper School Dreams Big at Career Day

Career Day is an event where ASF alumni with different occupations come to School and share their experiences at ASF and where it led them careerwise with our Upper School students. Speaker volunteers also talk about their occupation and about the life choices that got them where they are now.

Bright Futures Ahead

The 36th Annual College Fair took place on October 12, 2019 in the ASF Wellness Center. Approximately 145 institutions from the United States, Mexico, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, and Europe were present. Additionally, select summer enrichment programs and extra support services were present for interested students to learn about options in these areas

Homecoming: An ASF Tradition

Homecoming is an annual tradition at ASF! We welcome back alumni, former residents, and community members. It is built around a central event, such as a sports or several sports games. When celebrated by schools, the activities vary widely. They usually consist of an American football game played on a school's home football field, activities for students and alumni, clubs, sports teams, and the coronation of a Homecoming Court.

“United to Learn” Program Kicks Off

Grade 5 students have been partnering with students in local SEP schools to work on reading and writing, while establishing relationships with their ‘buddies’. This past Thursday, one of Miss Elisa Beltran’s grade 5 Spanish class visited Escuela Ferreteros and worked with their grade 3 students on annotating and writing poems.

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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