ASF was honored to receive astrophysicist Julieta Fierro in the Fine Arts Center to answer one very important question: Why is sharing scientific knowledge relevant?
ASF Stories and News
Author: Adam E Smith, Humanities in English Head of Department
We are proud to announce that - on September 24, 2022 - ASF successfully held the fourth iteration of the TEDxYouth@ASF event!
Libros, Libros, Libros came back to campus!
Have you heard about the Collaborators' Wall of Fame?
The Human Capital, Project Management, and Communications Offices, along with the Executive Office decided it was necessary to recognize senior collaborators who have thrived at ASF for several years.
At ASF, we take the national parties as a serious matter… and our celebrations rose up to the occasion!
All students, from K1 to Grade 12, from Mexico to Korea, celebrated one of Mexico’s proudest parties: Independence Day. This is how we celebrated!
ASF students excelled in College Board assessments and schoolwork to earn these awards, which colleges use to identify academically competitive underrepresented students
A group of 17 Upper School Students, along with ASF Art Teachers Ms. Melannie Hurtado, Mr. Sean Buckley and Mr. Eduardgo García will be going on an incredible field trip to Linz, Austria, to attend The Ars Electronica Festival, a design, art, and technology event like no other.
Last Summer, Sebastian Ospina attended an animation class at the California College of the Arts (CCA). His work and performance earned him a 40,000 USD scholarship.
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This Saturday, May 28, Seniors from the Class of 2022 celebrated their graduation at the Jenkins Foundation Wellness Center. With Alejandra Hernández Moyers as Valedictorian and Naho Abe as Salutatorian, 190 students graduated from ASF, making us very proud.