Piedras Presents at The American School Foundation of Guadalajara
November 13, 2017
Alex Piedras, Director of Multicultural and Community Outreach at Grand View, was invited to present at The American School Foundation of Guadalajara before their College Fair on October 10th. He had three sessions and 58 high school students attended them. The American School Foundation of Guadalajara is a dual immersion English/Spanish, private school with education ranging from pre-first to high school level. As the only U.S. State Department accredited school in Guadalajara, graduates receive both a Mexican and U.S. diploma. The Mexican diploma is certified by the Universidad Nacional Autonóma de Mexico (UNAM) and the Secretaría de Educación Jalisco (SEJ), the state’s federal institution in charge of education.
The average yearly enrollment at ASFG is 1500 students. The student body is predominantly Mexican, at 75% of the student population, 13% are U.S. students with Mexican ties, and 12% are from Asian, Latin American and European countries. The faculty is recruited internationally and locally. The average faculty and staff is 180 members.
Nice work, Alex!