Today, the Turtle is such an iconic and special part of the ECC experience. The Turtle is the first thing students see when they enter our School, and they often play or have lunch in the Turtle Patio.
ASF Stories and News
Apparently, recycling glass is not part of the agenda for Mexican Public and Private industries because it is not very profitable or beneficial at a business level.
Last Wednesday, November 30, the American School Foundation welcomed on campus the players, friends and families from different American Schools in Mexico, who came together in this unique sports event.
After a long life of more than 70 years, the Palm Tree has dehydrated up to 100% and there is no way to save it. It has now turned yellow and its leaves are falling. For this reason, an urban landscape company will be removing it during the Thanksgiving break.
Article by José Carlos Alaniz
This week students were recognized during Grade Level meetings in Homeroom for their outstanding academic achievement as well as for demonstrating strong character values.
The Drama Classes at ASF, under the direction of Mr. Oscar De la Rosa, have hosted a couple of showcases where the students who take part in them had the opportunity to demonstrate their skills.
Article by Teacher Oscar De la Rosa
ASF was very happy to see everyone last Saturday back on campus to celebrate the arts at our iconic annual Art Fair.
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?
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!