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the most decorated house, the biggest Christmas tree, the largest posadas, and even spend the most on their kids.
Arnulfo Treviño, Valeria Quintana, Raquel Jaime and Daniel Mota are young examples of how a small idea can turn into a life-changing project.
The acceptance of the LGBTQ+ community has been a controversial topic within ASFM for many years.
Every day, around 258 cars out of 465 high school students (Bach 1-3) enter the red gates.
Have you ever wondered who Mexico’s vice president is?
Steve Fordham is arguably the most important award given at the annual ceremony. After a year of achievements, the prize is bestowed on the student who sets high standards for the rest of the generation. With much excitement and anticipation, rows full of students listen to the usual mysterious he/she description of the winner in each grade, before finally hearing who the recipient is. Although the award represents excellence, it has become almost predictable.
Are ASFM student athletes really being prepared for reality when they’re being restrained from understanding the meaning of triumph and defeat?
The belief that men should be devoted to the fields of engineering, sciences, and technologies, and women to the fields of humanities, seems to stand true in ASFM, with girls having a much lower participation in STEM courses.
With Valentine’s day coming up, the investigative group discovered the top 10 attributes boys and girls of ASFM look for in their partners.
Have you ever wondered what life would be like at ASFM without our dedicated maintenance staff? They clean our cafeteria tables, sweep the floors and unclog our bathrooms, but many students can’t recall the name of even one.
$1,440,351 pesos: the amount of money students from 9th-12th grade will spend on their posadas this year.