This school year just finished with great news: Fernanda Diaz-Pizarro, a Grade 10 student, developed a poster promoting vaccination, which is now going to be used to promote this important activity around the world
ASF Stories and News
The members of the Middle School Photography Club are delighted to share the results of their hard work from the second semester with the ASF community. Click here to see some awesome shots from our talented students!
Repentino magazine, edited by Upper School students, received a Gold Crown from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association (CSPA)! This is a great achievement for the over 20 students who are behind this iconic ASF publication.
What is it that makes a great writer? And how many times does a journalist write a single note? Those were some of the Middle School students’ questions last February 17, when they gathered in a Zoom meeting to hear what the Washington Post's correspondent for Mexico and Central America, Mary Beth Sheridan, had to share.
The members of the Middle School Photography Club are delighted to share the results of their hard work from the first semester with the ASF community. Click here to see some awesome shots from our talented students!
Up and down, left to right, and all the way to the finish line! The virtual Special Olympics, which took place last Saturday, January 16, were a success. It featured 27 ASF students who donated their time and skills to drive a series of classes that made us all sweat.
Care to join us for some workout and fun? This is your chance! The Special Olympics event is going virtual this year and all ASF members are welcome to push their skills to the limit with our sports program. Are you up to this challenge? Click here to read more!
The time to shine is here! And so did a bunch of ASF students during our ASF@Home Virtual Talent Show, which happened on the last couple of days of classes in December, featuring lots of singing, dancing, pogo-stick jumping, and some magic!