Alumni Stories and News

Alumni Tours

Tavo and his wife came to visit ASF Campus as they are considering relocating to Mexico. ASF has always been their first option. Tavo (Class of ‘83 Alumnus) recently had his football reunion during the Art Fair and reconnected with so many wonderful Alumni. Then, he had a crazy idea and wanted to bring his family from the United States to Mexico, so his children could relieve the amazing opportunities and relations ASF gave him with a multicultural and global education.


Mike Kassem (‘77) lives in the United States and he has a tradition of bringing each of his children to visit ASF when they graduate from high school. His youngest child, Ronan, graduated in 2020 so they finally made the trip this April. His sister Jillaine (‘87) lives in México City and joined them in the tour. It was a very nostalgic visit where he could show his son around campus sharing lots of anecdotes, like the tree in the Founder’s Garden, planted by the Class of ‘77. 

Rafael Zardain (’15) is now based in Barcelona and travels all around the world. He had not been back on campus since graduation, and he was delighted to meet many of his former teachers; Ms. Renee Olper, Ms. Lara Schupack, Ms. Graciela Miranda, Mr. José Carlos Alanís and Mr. Pacheco.

  • Kathy Geib (‘84) and her husband Greg Geib

Kathy Geib (‘84) came to visit the ASF Campus with her husband Greg. She attended ASF from Grades 1 to 8 and has very fond memories of that time. It was a very emotional tour, reliving her time in the Lower School. They were both happily impressed with the Makers Space, the Ángeles Espinosa Yglesias Fine Arts Center, and the Jenkins Foundation Wellness Center. She promised to come back with her sisters.


We love that you come back to campus and get to relive cherished memories!

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