Students Discover What It Is To Be True Heroes in “Hercules”

john lundPrimary, StudentsLeave a Comment

On March 14, sixth grade students in Mrs. Alvarez’s Spanish class at the American School of Puerto Vallarta presented the play Hercules. With great enthusiasm and talent students wowed and entertained attendees with this fun Disney adaptation of the classic story. The audience witnessed how the desire to rediscover himself and desire to excel led Hercules seek to be a … Read More

Liam Santa Cruz Wins 2nd Place, Mexico Regatta Cup 2014

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On Friday, March 21, ASPV seventh grade student Liam Santa Cruz took the second place medal in the Sub-15 Windsurf Bic Techno category in Mexico’s Regatta Cup 2014. Although the wind surf competition already took place from March 18-21, the regatta will conclude on March 30. The Mexico Regatta Cup is an event of great reputation and takes place every … Read More

Liam Santa Cruz Wins 2nd Place, Mexico Regatta Cup 2014

john lundSecondary, StudentsLeave a Comment

On Friday, March 21, ASPV seventh grade student Liam Santa Cruz took the second place medal in the Sub-15 Windsurf Bic Techno category in Mexico’s Regatta Cup 2014. Although the wind surf competition already took place from March 18-21, the regatta will conclude on March 30. The Mexico Regatta Cup is an event of great reputation and takes place every … Read More

Little Giants Provide Huge Help to Rural School, Rancho Nacar!

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Trike-a-thon On March 14, ASPV preschool held their annual trike-a-thon. What a spectacular event! All the parents were there, cheering on their tiny riders on colorful tricycles, bicycles and scooters, balloons flying and banners bearing the words “Help Rancho Nacar!” Every year our preschool uses the trike-a-thon to raise funds for an organization needing some extra help. This year the … Read More

Little Giants Provide Huge Help to Rural School, Rancho Nacar!

john lundPreschool, Sports, StudentsLeave a Comment

Trike-a-thon On March 14, ASPV preschool held their annual trike-a-thon. What a spectacular event! All the parents were there, cheering on their tiny riders on colorful tricycles, bicycles and scooters, balloons flying and banners bearing the words “Help Rancho Nacar!” Every year our preschool uses the trike-a-thon to raise funds for an organization needing some extra help. This year the … Read More

“Antigone” A Call to Prudence

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10th grade World Literature II class performed the play Antigone by Sophocles. Students worked in groups of three to translate their scene of the play to modern English, create a Greek mask, plan out costumes and props, memorize lines, and practice their performance. They did an excellent job and should be proud of their hard work! Kelly Morlan de Pérez … Read More

“Antigone” A Call to Prudence

john lundSecondary, StudentsLeave a Comment

10th grade World Literature II class performed the play Antigone by Sophocles. Students worked in groups of three to translate their scene of the play to modern English, create a Greek mask, plan out costumes and props, memorize lines, and practice their performance. They did an excellent job and should be proud of their hard work! Kelly Morlan de Pérez … Read More

The ASPV Brain Games!!

egarciaFaculty & Staff, Preschool, Primary, Secondary, StudentsLeave a Comment

Thursday, March 27, 2014 This year, the ASPV Science teachers have created a new school-wide event, we hope you will enjoy. This year’s ‘Brain Games’ will incorporate the components of the scientific method along with elements of critical thinking, problem solving, teamwork and imagination; in a field-day like format. This new event is reflective of what is happening at top … Read More

The ASPV Brain Games!!

john lundFaculty & Staff, Preschool, Primary, Secondary, StudentsLeave a Comment

Thursday, March 27, 2014 This year, the ASPV Science teachers have created a new school-wide event, we hope you will enjoy. This year’s ‘Brain Games’ will incorporate the components of the scientific method along with elements of critical thinking, problem solving, teamwork and imagination; in a field-day like format. This new event is reflective of what is happening at top … Read More

More Than a Novel for 8th Grade Class

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ASPV’s eighth grade class recently took a field trip to Acuatica pool to work with Laura Brown, a physiotherapist from the UK. Mrs. Brown works with children with a wide range of physical and mental disabilities using a technique called “Halliwick” and other general water therapy approaches. Students have been reading novel The Curious Incident of the Dog in the … Read More