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The American School Foundation

Bondojito 215, Col. Las Américas

Mexico City, Mexico

  • Aerial view of school.

  • Fine arts center.

  • Football field.

  • School building.

  • Gymnasium.

  • Swimming pool.

  • Staff development session in the library.

  • Computer lab.

  • Student assembly.

  • Classroom.


General Information

Total Students2750
Average Tuition (USD) $ N/A
Year Founded1888
School Website
Phone No.(+52) 5552274900
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The American School Foundation, A.C. is an academically rigorous, international, university-preparatory school, which offers students from diverse backgrounds the best of American independent education. In all aspects of school life students are encouraged to love learning, live purposefully and to become responsible, contributing citizens of the world. The American School Foundation seeks talented students and families from different nationalities, religions, cultures and pursuits that are committed to the mission and vision of the school, regardless of their financial capabilities. The learning community values individual differences, diverse cultural perspectives and acts with thoughtfulness and humanity. ASF inculcates respect for democratic principles and a commitment to civic responsibility and service, seeking to encourage an atmosphere of inclusiveness and promotes the active participation of its students, faculty, administration, staff, parents and alumni in goals, objectives, and decision-making. The commitment to the practice that students have a voice and a choice in their academic experience and activities is evident.


ASF is governed by a 15-member Normative and Consultative Board elected by members of The American School Foundation. Members are elected for three-year terms and may be reelected for subsequent three-year terms. The Normative and Consultative Board holds the school in trust and is responsible for ensuring that the school continues to fulfill the mission adopted by the Board. Through its standing committees, the Board develops and oversees the school's strategic plan, maintains the financial health of the institution, seeks current and long-term philanthropic support, ensures that the physical campus is adequate to support the mission, monitors the progress and success of the educational program and sees to it that the Board follows accepted best practices of non-profit institutional governance. Ten of the members must be U.S. citizens. The majority of current members are parents of students enrolled in ASF. Others are parents of former students and still others are alumni or friends of the school.

Bondojito 215, Col. Las Américas

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