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Parent's Review of Amercian School Foundation in
Mexico City, Mexico
What is the name of your child's school? (Please report on one school per survey.)
Amercian School Foundation
In what town or city is this school located?
How would you describe this school? (i.e. American, British, International, Local, etc.)
What grade levels are represented at this school?
How do most children get to school everyday? (bus, train, walk, etc.)
By bus service
How would you describe the facilities at this school? What extra-curricular activities are available?
The school is very well kept. They have a lot of after school activities.
What has this school done to help your child transition from the curriculum in your home
country into the curriculum in your new country? Are there programs to prepare your child for repatriation?
Teach them Spanish. That is about it. As far as repatriation nothing as of today.
How would you describe the social activities available for parents through this school? Are there parent-teacher organizations?
What advice would you give to someone considering enrolling their child in this school?
Have a lot of money. It cost us $1800.00 usd to send my 2 girls to this school. This cost only covers the Tuition and Transportation. Then every other week they come home and need $20 for this assignment or $40 for the next assignment. I should of been a teacher there. I would make a lot more money than what I am currently doing.
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