Pre-First Students Learn About Diwali, India’s Festival of Light

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On Tuesday, November 4, pre-first students at ASPV were treated to a very special and authentic learning experience. Student Amaya and her mom, Mrs. Payal, shared with the class their knowledge about the ancient Hindu festival “Diwali” or the “Festival of Lights” celebrated in autumn every year in India. The spiritual significance of the festival is the victory of light … Read More

We LOVE Books Day at ASPV Primary

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On Friday, October 10, ASPV’s primary school held “We LOVE Books Day” celebrating the joy of books and reading with an all-day event. Activities included fun classroom reading with guest readers and author Skype chats, book making, reading buddies and a visit to the Dr. Seuss mural reading area. Students had the opportunity to participate in a book swap where … Read More

We LOVE Books Day at ASPV Primary

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

On Friday, October 10, ASPV’s primary school held “We LOVE Books Day” celebrating the joy of books and reading with an all-day event. Activities included fun classroom reading with guest readers and author Skype chats, book making, reading buddies and a visit to the Dr. Seuss mural reading area. Students had the opportunity to participate in a book swap where … Read More

“El Grito” at ASPV

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The Mexican spirit, colors and sounds were present and felt at the American School of Puerto Vallarta as the Mexican Independence celebrations got underway. The primary school held it’s annual “dieciséis” celebration with a more than spectacular program. Festivities included the color guard honoring the Mexican flag, singing of the Mexican anthem, a reenactment of “el grito” by students, live … Read More

“El Grito” at ASPV

john lundArt & Music, Faculty & Staff, Preschool, Primary, StudentsLeave a Comment

The Mexican spirit, colors and sounds were present and felt at the American School of Puerto Vallarta as the Mexican Independence celebrations got underway. The primary school held it’s annual “dieciséis” celebration with a more than spectacular program. Festivities included the color guard honoring the Mexican flag, singing of the Mexican anthem, a reenactment of “el grito” by students, live … Read More

Welcome staff!

egarciaFaculty & Staff, Preschool, Primary, Secondary1 Comment

We would like to welcome all staff members to our beautiful campus and the new 2014-15 school year. We are excited to get going with new and renewed goals. Tomorrow is the first day of school, wishing everybody a great school year!!

Welcome staff!

john lundFaculty & Staff, Preschool, Primary, Secondary1 Comment

We would like to welcome all staff members to our beautiful campus and the new 2014-15 school year. We are excited to get going with new and renewed goals. Tomorrow is the first day of school, wishing everybody a great school year!!

PTA’s “Make Your Mark” project complete!

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WOW!! Congratulations and a HUGE thank you to our PTA for completing the “Make Your Mark” beautification project over the summer. The ASPV community and visitors will now be able to admire the colorful mosaic on the outer wall of the secondary office. All the tiles are original designs hand painted and fired in the ASPV art department kiln by … Read More

PTA’s “Make Your Mark” project complete!

john lundAlumni, Art & Music, Faculty & Staff, Preschool, Primary, PTA, Secondary, StudentsLeave a Comment

WOW!! Congratulations and a HUGE thank you to our PTA for completing the “Make Your Mark” beautification project over the summer. The ASPV community and visitors will now be able to admire the colorful mosaic on the outer wall of the secondary office. All the tiles are original designs hand painted and fired in the ASPV art department kiln by … Read More