100th Anniversary of Literary Giant: Octavio Paz

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To commemorate the 100th anniversary of literary giant, poet and thinker, Octavio Paz, students in ASPV’s Latin-American literature class displayed a literary installation art piece in the secondary school walkway. Hanging from lines above the walkway were printed thoughts and outtakes from works of the Nobel Prize winning writer. Included was “Niña,” which Paz dedicated to his daughter Laura Elena … Read More

100th Anniversary of Literary Giant: Octavio Paz

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To commemorate the 100th anniversary of literary giant, poet and thinker, Octavio Paz, students in ASPV’s Latin-American literature class displayed a literary installation art piece in the secondary school walkway. Hanging from lines above the walkway were printed thoughts and outtakes from works of the Nobel Prize winning writer. Included was “Niña,” which Paz dedicated to his daughter Laura Elena … Read More

Down the rabbit hole…

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Friday, March 21st, 12th graders enrolled in British Literature participated in a Mad Hatter’s Tea Party. Seniors have recently finished Lewis Carroll’s, Alice in Wonderland. For a portion of their 3rd quarter grade students read their final papers that were inspired by the following writing topics; School as Wonderland, Creative Comparison of Characters, Fiction, or Memoir. As an extra credit … Read More

Down the rabbit hole…

aromeroFaculty & Staff, SecondaryLeave a Comment

Friday, March 21st, 12th graders enrolled in British Literature participated in a Mad Hatter’s Tea Party. Seniors have recently finished Lewis Carroll’s, Alice in Wonderland. For a portion of their 3rd quarter grade students read their final papers that were inspired by the following writing topics; School as Wonderland, Creative Comparison of Characters, Fiction, or Memoir. As an extra credit … Read More

High School Weekly Bulletin – March 26, 2014

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      Brain Games will be held tomorrow Thursday, March 27th on the regular class schedule from 8:00 am to 2:40 pm. Students must arrive to school on time. The award ceremony will take place at 2:30. Student’s dismissal will be at 2:40pm. All parents are invited to join us in supporting and cheering for the students. We hope … Read More

High School Weekly Bulletin – March 26, 2014

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      Brain Games will be held tomorrow Thursday, March 27th on the regular class schedule from 8:00 am to 2:40 pm. Students must arrive to school on time. The award ceremony will take place at 2:30. Student’s dismissal will be at 2:40pm. All parents are invited to join us in supporting and cheering for the students. We hope … Read More

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

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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

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

aromeroPrimary, 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