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Sports Offered

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Extended Learning


The Extended Learning program provides over 60 afternoon activities of academic enrichment, remedial and recreational activities for ASF community members of all ages, ECC to adults.

Externals from other schools are welcome to join until Grade 5. Most classes are year round. Classes are normally on Monday & Wednesday and also Tuesday & Thursday. For the Early Childhood Center (ECC), the time of the classes are 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. For Lower School (LS), classes are from 2:55 p.m. to 3:55 p.m. There are some class times that are on a different time schedule. 

For more information on costs, please contact the A&EL team.

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Levels of Teams and Commitments


 

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League Affiliations


All Middle School and Upper School teams (with the exception of american football) are under the umbrella of the Association of American Schools in Mexico (ASOMEX) and aim to attend the annual long-weekend tournaments held throughout Mexico. Varsity and Junior Varsity teams compete in the following leagues with revisions made on an annual basis:

  • American Football – FADEMAC
  • Boys and Girls Basketball – S'cool Games
  • Boys and Girls Running - ASOMEX and local 5/10k races
  • Boys and Girls Soccer – CONADEIP, S'cool Games (Boys) Total Gol (Girls)
  • Boys and Girls Swimming – Federacion Mexicana de Natación
  • Boys and Girls Tennis - local dual meets, ASOMEX and CONADEIP
  • Volleyball - CONADEIP and Kiin Uts

Meet the A&EL team

 
Head of athletics and extended learning

Robert Wilson

At ASF since 2010, Robert Wilson had previously worked as a high school principal, athletic director and teacher in public and charter schools in the United States. Additionally, Mr. Wilson has coached basketball at the university, Olympic-to-national and professional team levels in the U.S., Malaysia, Bahrain, United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Syria and Qatar. He holds an undergraduate degree in government from Chapman University and a master's in education administration and supervision from Arizona State University. He has done doctoral work in international relations at the Claremont Graduate School in Claremont, California.

 
athletics coordinator

Noah Randall

 

 
extended learning coordinator

Paloma Fuentes