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ASF Community Members Initiatives Against COVID-19

During the COVID-19 pandemic, several of our community members have been actively finding ways to help, putting their skills and creativity towards a higher good. Read about some of our students' initiatives here and reach out to us at communications@asf.edu.mx, if you would like us to share other student initiatives on the COVID-19 section of our website.

Helping our Neighborhood during COVID-19

At ASF, we feel a great responsibility to help our community, - both internal and external -, in times of need. Therefore, we launched a campaign on Wednesday, May 13 to help the surrounding community with food pantries (despensas) and would like to encourage you to participate.

ASF Directory of Products and Services

In order to support our community members during these unprecedented times, we are putting together a directory of products and services offered by ASF community members. Many of them are offering discounts to the community. Please see the list below and keep on sending us your information at communications@asf.edu.mx.

Community Service during COVID-19

During these unprecedented times, our community has been hard at work trying to make a meaningful difference during the pandemic. Whether by donating time, talent or treasure, our ASF Bears have proven once more, that we are a kind and caring community and that we go beyond our way to support each other while inspiring others to do the same!

ASF Run for Education: A Big Success!

Run for Education is one of our most important community builders that supports the Endowment Fund for Financial Aid. Our 10th edition of the race was held on March 9, on International Women’s Day! Runners were encouraged to wear purple to commemorate this special day.

ASF MUN Conscience Programme

For the first time in the history of the ASF MUN, students came together for a Conscience Programme to explore the social realities of Mexico City. This time, delegates had access to some of the most remote and segregated sectors of  Mexico City: Bordo de Xochiaca, the Garden of Peace in Tlatelolco, and the Penal Oriente. There, they had the opportunity to listen to the invisible narratives of our own society. 

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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