ASPV University Fair 2014

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The American School of Puerto Vallarta held its annual University Fair for high school students of Puerto Vallarta and surrounding communities. The fair consisted of over 40 universities coming from the U.S., Canada, Mexico and Europe. Representatives from the different schools offered students information on the different career options, ways to finance their studies, internship opportunities and application process. With … Read More

ASPV University Fair 2014

john lundFaculty & Staff, Secondary, StudentsLeave a Comment

The American School of Puerto Vallarta held its annual University Fair for high school students of Puerto Vallarta and surrounding communities. The fair consisted of over 40 universities coming from the U.S., Canada, Mexico and Europe. Representatives from the different schools offered students information on the different career options, ways to finance their studies, internship opportunities and application process. With … Read More

From the ASPV Science Blog

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Scientists target genetics to slow down aging process, new fish species in northern France and new hope for cancer patients… all this and more from our ASPV student science blog. Visit their blog here.

From the ASPV Science Blog

john lundScience, SecondaryLeave a Comment

Scientists target genetics to slow down aging process, new fish species in northern France and new hope for cancer patients… all this and more from our ASPV student science blog. Visit their blog here.

Secondary Student Elections 2014

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Yesterday, September 11, Student Council candidates made their speeches to state their platform and now it is up to the ASPV student body to elect their student leaders for the 2014-15 school year. Good luck to all running candidates. We look forward to your leadership as student representatives and watching your legacy unfold!

Secondary Student Elections 2014

john lundSecondary, StudentsLeave a Comment

Yesterday, September 11, Student Council candidates made their speeches to state their platform and now it is up to the ASPV student body to elect their student leaders for the 2014-15 school year. Good luck to all running candidates. We look forward to your leadership as student representatives and watching your legacy unfold!

1:1 Chromebook Pilot Program Launched at ASPV

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After much discussion, research, and observation of other ASOMEX schools putting technology in the hands of every student, ASPV has decided to launch its 1:1 Learning Project with the 9th grade this year. It is a pilot program that includes an upgrade in the school wi-fi infrastructure, more bandwidth for internet traffic, and an HP Chromebook for every 9th grade … Read More

1:1 Chromebook Pilot Program Launched at ASPV

john lundSecondary, StudentsLeave a Comment

After much discussion, research, and observation of other ASOMEX schools putting technology in the hands of every student, ASPV has decided to launch its 1:1 Learning Project with the 9th grade this year. It is a pilot program that includes an upgrade in the school wi-fi infrastructure, more bandwidth for internet traffic, and an HP Chromebook for every 9th grade … Read More

Secondary Science Blog is Up and Running

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ASPV secondary science classes have started a blog called “Science in the News” highlighting articles that relate to science and technology. Posts are written by students on a weekly basis under the guidance of science department head, Mr. Adam Kilner. This week’s posts are on the ebola virus epidemic, a bubble powered speed machine and a girl with three biological … Read More

Secondary Science Blog is Up and Running

john lundScience, SecondaryLeave a Comment

ASPV secondary science classes have started a blog called “Science in the News” highlighting articles that relate to science and technology. Posts are written by students on a weekly basis under the guidance of science department head, Mr. Adam Kilner. This week’s posts are on the ebola virus epidemic, a bubble powered speed machine and a girl with three biological … Read More