Are you ready for the after-school sports program?

Amanda GonzalezPreschool, Primary, Secondary, Sports, Students, UncategorizedLeave a Comment

Soccer, basketball, gymnastics, cheerleading, dance, track, golf, tae kwon do or flag football, pick your favorite sport, and join the team! Registration is open from today until Friday, from 8:00 am until 5:00 pm. Check out our detailed schedule, all necessary forms and procedures here: http://aspv.edu.mx/sports-and-athletics/

Early Childhood Program at ASPV

john lundPreschool, StudentsLeave a Comment

We would like to pass on a gift from our Early Childhood program here at ASPV. We ask that you please share this video with your friends and family or anyone you know that might be interested in learning more about our Early Childhood program. Have a great summer!

Early Childhood Program at ASPV

egarciaPreschool, StudentsLeave a Comment

We would like to pass on a gift from our Early Childhood program here at ASPV. We ask that you please share this video with your friends and family or anyone you know that might be interested in learning more about our Early Childhood program. Have a great summer!

Pre-Kinder Presents “Galería Limón”

john lundArt & Music, Preschool, StudentsLeave a Comment

The Pre-Kinder class at ASPV concluded their project “We Are Sculptors & Painters” with an exhibition of their artworks presented to their parents, family and friends. By presenting their artwork to an audience, students realize that they are capable of producing great things and that they deserve to be recognized and appreciated. The artwork was displayed in the primary back … Read More

Pre-Kinder Presents “Galería Limón”

egarciaArt & Music, Preschool, StudentsLeave a Comment

The Pre-Kinder class at ASPV concluded their project “We Are Sculptors & Painters” with an exhibition of their artworks presented to their parents, family and friends. By presenting their artwork to an audience, students realize that they are capable of producing great things and that they deserve to be recognized and appreciated. The artwork was displayed in the primary back … Read More