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

High School Weekly Bulletin – March 21, 2014

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Our Spring Musical Production “The Wizard of Oz” will be held on Thursday, April the 3rd Friday the 4th and Saturday the 5th in the school’s theater at 7:30 pm. Students participating with lead roles range from grade 5 through 12. Join Dorothy and her little dog, Toto, on their musical journey down the yellow brick road! Tickets are available … Read More

High School Weekly Bulletin – March 21, 2014

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Our Spring Musical Production “The Wizard of Oz” will be held on Thursday, April the 3rd Friday the 4th and Saturday the 5th in the school’s theater at 7:30 pm. Students participating with lead roles range from grade 5 through 12. Join Dorothy and her little dog, Toto, on their musical journey down the yellow brick road! Tickets are available … 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

aromeroSecondary, Students0 Comments

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

From Drama or Theatre to Comics

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Ninth grade students in Spanish class at the American School have been studying plays from the 18th century. Students had the opportunity to choose a story they read and develop a comic out of it.

From Drama or Theatre to Comics

aromeroAlumni, Secondary0 Comments

Ninth grade students in Spanish class at the American School have been studying plays from the 18th century. Students had the opportunity to choose a story they read and develop a comic out of it.

Primary News March 18, 2014

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Primary News March 18, 2014 The trike-a-thon was the cutest event of the season. The preschool students raised $28,175.50 pesos to help the rural school. Congratulations to our little ones and thank you to all our incredibly supportive parents. For photos go to:TRIKATHON Don’t miss the amazing primary talent show this Friday, March 21 at 9:00 a.m. All parents are … Read More

Primary News March 18, 2014

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Primary News March 18, 2014 The trike-a-thon was the cutest event of the season. The preschool students raised $28,175.50 pesos to help the rural school. Congratulations to our little ones and thank you to all our incredibly supportive parents. For photos go to:TRIKATHON Don’t miss the amazing primary talent show this Friday, March 21 at 9:00 a.m. All parents are … Read More

High School Weekly Bulletin – March 14, 2014

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Over thirty 7th-12th grade girls attended the 2nd Girls’ Night Out activity at ASPV. The focus was team building, self-confidence, and fun!   For photos go to the following link: Girls Night Out Feb 2014    2014-2015 RE-ENROLLMENT PERIOD Our re-enrollment period began on February 4th, 2014 and we want to thank all of you who have come by already. We … Read More