Member Schools
Bilingual Schools in Mexico

One of the most important issues for families relocating to Mexico is that of the education of their children. Particularly since moving to Mexico means learning a different language than that spoken at "home," in addition to adjusting to different cultural and socio-economic standards.

ASOMEX schools offer international students from preschool through grade 12 an American type educational program in a bilingual-bicultural learning environment. A unique and comprehensive dual curriculum incorporates the best of the American and Mexican education systems and challenges our students to think, analyze, and study in both English and Spanish.

Offering educational programs that are based on academic curriculums found at quality public and private schools in the United States and in Mexico, ASOMEX schools prepare students for their future education at schools, colleges, and universities in the country of their choice.

For more information about the Association of American Schools in the Republic of Mexico, feel free to use the email links provided below to contact our members.
Durango, Durango
American School of Durango
Pachuca, Hidalgo
Escuela Americana de Pachuca
Guadalajara, Jalisco
The American School Foundation of Guadalajara
Instituto Thomas Jefferson Campus Guadalajara SC
Puebla, Puebla
Fundación Colegio Americano de Puebla
México City, México D.F.
The American School Foundation - Mexico City
The Peterson Schools
Westhill Institute
Monterrey, Nuevo León
American School Foundation of Monterrey
American Institute of Monterrey
Colegio Inglés - Gava Educacional
Instituto San Roberto
Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco
Colegio Americano de Puerto Vallarta
Querétaro, Querétaro
Escuela John F. Kennedy
Cancún, Quintana Roo
International American School of Cancun
Saltillo, Coahuila
Colegio Americano de Saltillo
Tampico, Tamaulipas
The American School of Tampico
Colegio Columbia
Torreón, Coahuila
Colegio Americano de Torreón
AMERICAN SCHOOL OF DURANGO
The American School of Durango was founded in 1954 to meet the educational needs of children of U.S. nationals working in Durango. The school is accredited by the Secretary of Public Education of the State of Durango, the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) and the National Autonomous University of Mexico. This accreditation greatly benefits ASD graduates in their future education at the highest quality international universities.
General Director D. Troy Fillman
Middle/High School Principal Victoria Salas
Elementary School Principal Lariza Niebla
PreSchool Principal Velia Santiesteban
Athletic Director Adrian Rojas
Library Department Head Sandra Vazquez
Business Manager Denisse Quiñones
Human Resources Manager Monica Chavarria
American School of Durango
Francisco Sarabia #416 Pte.
Durango, Durango 34000
Tel: 618-813-3636, 618-811-5098,
618-811-9711
Fax: 618-811-2839

THE AMERICAN SCHOOL FOUNDATION OF GUADALAJARA
Celebrating 50 years of academic excellence and 100 years of educational service to the Mexican and international community, The American School Foundation of Guadalajara, A.C. (ASFG), Mexico, is a private, not-for-profit, non-sectarian educational institution. Offering a U.S. type education, it is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (Pre Kinder – 12th grade), by the Mexican Secretary of Public Education (Pre Kinder – 9th grade), and the National Autonomous University in Mexico City (10th - 12th grade). The primary language of instruction is English and the school is officially sponsored by the U.S. Department of State's Office of Overseas Schools.
General Director David McGrath
Assistant to the Director Lupita Vazquez
Director of Instructional Programs Mary Anne O’connor 
Early Childhood Principal Tina Carstensen
Elementary Principal Dawn Lussier
Middle School Principal David Markman
High School Principal Julie Villand
Library Department Head Matthew Bosarge
Business Manager Laura Jiménez
Technology Director Rafael de la Cruz
Athletics Director Alejandro Garza
The American School Foundation of Guadalajara
Colomos 2300
Col. Providencia
Guadalajara, Jalisco 44640
Tel: 333-648-0299, 33 38 17 33 77
Fax: 333-817-3356

THE AMERICAN SCHOOL FOUNDATION - MEXICO CITY
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. Celebrating 118 years and enrolling over 2500 students from over 40 nationalities from Pre-k through twelfth grade, ASF offers American, Mexican and International Baccalaureate diplomas. Among the activities are student councils, Model UN, publications, drama, clubs, junior varsity and varsity sports as well as a wide range of community service opportunities. Tuition: 139,920 pesos. Financial Aid: 24,000,000 pesos. Patricia Hubp is Director of Admission and Financial Aid .ASF is accredited by the Southern Association of Schools and Colleges as part of AdvancEd, as well as the SEP, UNAM and International Baccalaureate (IB) as an IB World School.
General Director Paul Williams
Director of Academic Affairs Juan de Jesús Breene
Preschool Principal Susan Olivo
Elementary Principal Tara Fitzgerald
Middle School Principal Robert Lewis
Upper School Principal

Amy Gallie

Library Department Head Harry Brake
Athletics Director Robert Wilson
Business Manager Silvia Nuñez
Human Capital Director Elisa Penela
Director of Technology Javier Landeros
The American School Foundation, A.C.
Mailing Address: Bondojito 215
Col. Las Américas
01120, México, DF
Invoice Address: Calle Sur 136-135
Col. Las Américas
01120, México, DF
Tel: 52-55-5227-4900
Fax: 52-55-5273-4357

THE PETERSON SCHOOLS
Celebrating nearly 50 years since its founding Peterson Schools are characterized by their vision: To be the leading personalized, bilingual and multicultural school in Mexico, that prepares its students to meet the global challenges of the 21st Century. Developing students by engaging them to discover and achieve their full potential, thus forming their unique identity, self-respect, and awareness of the environment. Peterson Schools are comprised of four different campuses in various locations in Mexico City and fully accredited in the U.S. through the Independent School Association of the Southwest.
General Director Kenneth Peterson
School Key Contact Grace Romo
Assistant to Head Ivette Sabugal
Assistant/Associate Head Helen Peterson
Director of Development Karina Galván
Business Manager Carmen Ramirez
Director of Public Relations Christopher Williams
Athletics Director Jeff Yacuk
Director of Security Sergio Rodriguez
Human Resources Director Emilio Malfitano

Lomas - Preschool
Monte Himalaya 615, Lomas de Chapultepec, Miguel Hidalgo, México D.F. C.P. 11000.
5520-2213 or 5540-0799

Cuajimalpa - Preschool, Elementary, Middle & High School
Huizachito 80, Lomas de Vistahermosa, Cuajimalpa, Mexico City, C.P. 05720.
5813-0114 or 5813-0116

Pedregal - Preschool and Elementary
Rocío 142, Jardines del Pedregal, Álvaro Obregón, México D.F.  C.P. 01900.
5568-3139 or 5568-7012

Tlalpan - Preschool, Elementary, Middle & High School
Carretera Federal a Cuernavaca Km. 24, San Andrés Totoltepec, Tlalpan, México, D.F. C.P. 14400
5849-4025 or 5849-2354


WESTHILL INSTITUTE
Westhill Institute provides a safe, nurturing, and challenging environment in an individualized, trilingual and multicultural setting which fosters the mastery of skills, abilities and values that enable students to become life long learners. Our vision at Westhill Institute is to offer a quality education setting for international competitiveness that serves students with various needs in a multi-cultural and inclusive environment in a safe facility.
General Director John Miller
Preschool Principal Daniela Adissi
Elementary Principal Jason Johnston
Middle & High School Principal Albert Loddo
Carpatos Preschool Principal Bárbara Carrillo
Carpatos Elementary Principal

Erika Jiménez

Athos Preschool Principal Sarah Smith
Business Manager Cristina Villavicencio
Development Director Armando Andrade
Technology Director Estela Heredia
Santa Fe, MS/HS
Domingo García Ramos 56
Prados de la Montaña
Santa Fe, Cuajimalpa
México, DF 05619
Tel: 8851-7000 ext 7066
Tel: 8851-7000 ext 7069

COLEGIO AMERICANO DE PUERTO VALLARTA
Founded in 1986, the American School of Puerto Vallarta is a private, independent school that offers students from preschool through grade 12 a bilingual-bicultural education. Students benefit from dedicated teachers and a comprehensive dual curriculum found in quality private and public schools in the United States and in Mexico. Colegio Americano is accredited by the U.S. Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, the Mexican Ministry of Education, and the National University of Mexico.
General Director Lisa Langley
Middle & High School Principal Adam Killner
Elementary & Preschool Principal Nancy Coates
Library Department Head Julieta Valdez
Director of Admissions Karela Hernandez
Director of Technology Nancy López
Athletic Director Eduardo Espinosa
Business Manager Martha B. Vega
Colegio Americano de Puerto Vallarta, A.C.
Albatros 129
Col. Marina Vallarta
Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco 48354
Tel: 322-221-2604, 322-221-1525
Fax: 322-221-2373

INTERNATIONAL AMERICAN SCHOOL OF CANCUN
The International American School of Cancun is a private, non-sectarian, coeducational institution offering a bilingual education for students in secondary school. Founded in 1998, the school is dedicated to an American style education, high academic standards, and the caring environment a small school can offer. The school is accredited by the Secretary of Public Education (SEyC) and the National University (UNAM) in Mexico and by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) in the United States.
General Director MS/HS Principal Nancy Marroquin
General Director/Elementary Principal Andrea Terry
Business Manager Flor Avila
Athletics Director Jorge Macías
Director of Technology Jorge Luis Canul Ayil
Library Department Head

Laura Martínez

Curriculum Coordinator

Karla Gallegos Bernat

International American School of Cancún, A.C.
Calle de Aceso SM309 Lote 36
Av. De los Colegios
Cancún, Quintana Roo 77560, Mexico

THE AMERICAN SCHOOL OF TAMPICO
Founded in 1917, the American School of Tampico, Tamaulipas, Mexico, is a private,non-profit, non-sectarian, co-educational institution offering a bilingual, biculturaleducation for students from pre-school through high school. The school is dedicatedto an American style educational paradigm. Since 2007, the American School ofTampico has provided high school curriculum. Students earn both a U.S. Diploma andSEP diploma. The American School of Tampico is accredited by the Southern Association ofColleges and Schools (SACS/CASI, now known as AdvancEd), and Mexico’s Ministryof Education (SEP).
General Director Leticia Perez
Preschool Principal Mónica Aviña
Elementary Principal Irelda Galván
Middle School Principal Natalie Harvey
High School Principal Lourdes González
Athletic Director Saul Resendiz
Business Manager Haydee Sepulda
Development/PR Director Leticia Pérez
Technology Director César Sánchez
Escuela Americana de Tampico
Calle Hidalgo s/n
Col. Tancol
Tampico, Tamaulipas 89320
Tel. 33-227-2081/82/84
Fax: ext. 126 or 108

COLEGIO COLUMBIA
Colegio Columbia, founded in 1984,  offers bilingual and holistic education from Nursery to Jr High School (PK-9)  through the development of human values and meaningful-learning experiences, supported by an up-to-date team of professionals, adequate infrastructure and technology, as well as with the continuous support of parents; making it possible for our graduating students to competitively develop in international circles.  Colegio Columbia has an exclusive academic alliance with the Tec de Monterrey,  is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC), the Council of International Schools (CIS) and the Mexican Ministry of Education (SEP).  The curriculum is organized so as to develop reading, writing, speaking and math skills in both Spanish and English, at the time complying with the SEP’s programs at the three levels. Colegio Columbia has two campus:  Preschool (N2 – Preprimary) students are served in Campus Poza Rica while Elementary and Jr. High School students (1st. – 9th. grade)  in Campus Francita.
General Director Laura P. Gil Ortiz
Business Manager Dora M. Graciano Méndez
Preschool Principal Karen Moreno Ugalde
Elementary School English Principal Ana Lilia Castro Torres
Elementary School Spanish Principal Ma. Guadalupe Vázquez Rangel
Jr. High School English Principal

Patricia Olivares Martínez

Jr. High School Spanish Principal Ma. del Carmen Rojas Sánchez
Athletic Director Emilio Mendoza Romero
Campus Poza Rica
Poza Rica 507
Col. Petrolera
Tampico, Tamaulipas CP 89110 México
Tel: 833-213-00-54

Campus Francita
Prol. Francita 1104
Col. Petrolera
Tampico, Tamaulipas CP. 89110 México
Tel: 833-217-32-04

ESCUELA AMERICANA DE PACHUCA
The American School of Pachuca was originally founded as the English School by the Real del Monte mining company in the 19th century to educate its employees' children, but has existed as an American School since 1912. We are a SEP and internationally accredited school offering Pre-K through 9th grade students a stimulating bicultural and bilingual environment that utilizes SEP and U.S. curricula to prepare students for a fulfilling and competitive life in the next century. The campus has a small library, two computer labs, football and soccer fields, and basketball and volleyball courts.
General Director Michele Adele Bell
Business Manager Angélica Espinosa
Preschool Principal Claudia Pérez
Primary Principal Araceli Escalante Viaña
Middle School Principal Saide Amador
Admissions Karen Zavala
Human Resources Director Ivan Guerrero
Athletics Director Iris Quiroz Sanchez
Escuela Americana, A.C.
Valle de Anáhuac s/n
Fracc. Valle de San Javier
Pachuca, Hgo. 42086
Tel. 771-713-9608, 771-718-8410

FUNDACIÓN COLEGIO AMERICANO DE PUEBLA
Founded in 1942, the Puebla American School Foundation, Mexico, is an independent, co-educational, non-sectarian, non-profit school. It offers education ranging from Pre-Kindergarten to High School. Our school follows the curriculum set out by the Mexican Ministry of Education for Preschool, Elementary School and Junior High School and the curriculum set out by the Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla (BUAP)- State University in High School. Our school is authorized to teach the three programs of the International Baccalaureate (IB): the Primary Years Programme (PYP), the Middle Years Programme (MYP) and the Diploma Programme. In Preschool, there is a Bilingual Stimulation program for children six months to two years of age. In High School we offer the Advanced Placement Diploma Program (AP), designed for students with international perspective. We prepare world citizens capable of having a positive impact in their environment through the values that our school cherishes: respect, responsibility and integrity. These are their tools to build a better world.
Superintendent Francisco Galicia Ortega
Preschool Principal Sylvia Bretón
Elementary Principal Suzanne Keen
Middle School Principal Agustín González
High School Principal Donna Swenson
Administration and Finance Director

Sandra Treviño

Athletics Director José Manuel González
Technology Director Marivel Ramírez
Media Center Head Adriana Téllez
Director of Security José Luis Jiménez
Puebla American School Foundation
Apartado Postal 665
Puebla, Puebla 72000, México
Tel: 222-3030400
Fax: 222-301515
Calle 9 Poniente 2709, colonia La Paz, C.P. 72160, Puebla, Puebla, Mexico

AMERICAN SCHOOL FOUNDATION OF MONTERREY
The American School Foundation of Monterrey is a private, non-profit, independent, international day school providing a U.S.-type education to international and Mexican students. Founded in 1928, the school offers a curriculum similar to U.S. schools in many respects. Fully accredited in the U.S., ASFM is incorporated and licensed in Mexico. ASFM students must meet all requirements for the Mexican diploma unless they are specifically registered only in the U.S. high school diploma program.
General Director Michael W. Adams
Head of Innovation and Learning John Hickey
Support Services Coordinator Laurie Behan
Business Manager Luis Carlos Reyes
MSHS Head of Campus Sheldon Guenther
Middle School Principal David Scott
Elementary Principal Joseph Stanzione
Preschool Principal Veronica Morales
Human Resources Director Lucy Uribe
Director of Technology Mario Zamudio
  Roberto García
Athletics Director José Juan Sánchez
MSHS Assistant Principal Jonathan Chenier
ELEM Assistant Principal Kristy Krahl
Eagle Parents University Coordinator Gaby Maiz
American School Foundation of Monterrey, A.C.
Ave. Ignacio Morones Prieto 1500
Santa Catarina, Nuevo León, Mexico 66190
Tel: (52)-81-5000-4400 (52)-81-21870101

AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF MONTERREY

Assuring quality bilingual pre-kindergarten through 9th grade education in an international context, the American Institute of Monterrey (AIM) was founded in 1968 and is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC), the Council of International Schools (CIS) and the Nuevo Leon Ministry of Education. The AIM is recognized for its high academic standing, its educational innovations, its updated technological resources, its values and sports programs, all of which are focused on one basic premise: serving with excellence. Its students are served on three campuses: San Pedro (Prenursery through 3rd grades), Santa Catarina (4th through 9th grades) and Valle Oriente (Pre-Nursery through 9th grades).

General Director/San Pedro Campus Director Elizabeth Wagner de Huergo
Santa Catarina Campus Director (4th-9th) David Arnold
Preschool Principal María Elena González
Elementary Principal Rosario Domene
Middle School Principal Simon Jordán
Head Librarian/Media Specialist

Julieta Negrete

Business Manager Hilda Dávila
Technology Director Guadalupe González
Athletics Director Rubén Cruz
American Institute of Monterrey, S.C.
Perseverancia No. 100
Col. Balcones del Valle
Garza García N.L. 66220 México
Tel: 52.81.8174.3700
Fax: 52.81.8174.3700

2708-C N 10
Box 165
McAllen, Tx. 78501-4091

COLEGIO INGLÉS - GAVA EDUCACIONAL
Founded in 1970 in response to the need for a top quality co-educational school in Monterrey, Mexico, Colegio Ingles offers international students from Preschool through grade 9 a challenging academic bilingual program. The curriculum is similar to that in U.S. private schools, instruction is mainly in English, and our faculty uses U.S. textbooks and supporting teaching material. Colegio Inglés is licensed by the Mexican Ministry of Education in Nuevo Leon and an active member of ASOMEX.
General Director Alejandra Garza Valero
Business Manager Leticia Garza Valero
Basic Education Director Alejandra Rios
Elementary Director Cecilia Gonzalez and Katia Contreras
Middle Education Director Gabriela Davila
Admissions Director Armandina González
Director of Studies Janice Gburek
Technology Director Rodolfo Tapia
Director of Security Angelina Trevino
Athletics Director Joel González
Colegio Inglés - Gava Educacional, S.C.
Real San Agustín 100
San Agustín Campestre
San Pedro Garza García, Nuevo León 66220
Tel: (81) 8133 – 1700, (81) 8262-1700
Fax: (81) 8133 - 1791

SAN ROBERTO INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
Founded in 1982 and celebrating 25 years of academic excellence, Instituto San Roberto is a private school offering a bilingual education that provides the students with the ability to communicate in both English and Spanish. Instituto San Roberto is comprised of two campuses, San Agustin and Valle Alto, each of them providing nursery, preschool, elementary and middle school instruction. Our mission is to provide a well-rounded education that is student-centered, in a humanistic environment where students are happy and universal values and academic excellence are promoted. Innovative teaching and learning methodologies are applied to enhance individual practice, cooperative learning, creativity development, and meaningful, relevant learning experiences for all students.
General Director
Hortensia Prieto
Academic Director
Jessica Schultz
San Agustín Campus Director Prisca Rock
Valle Alto Campus Director Diana Garza
San Agustín Preschool Principal Blanca Andrade
San Agustín Elementary Principal Ian Clark
San Agustín Middle School Principal

Laura Elizondo

Valle Alto Preschool Principal Berenice Herrera
Valle Alto Elementary Principal Kyle Gamba
Valle Alto Middle School Principal Kyle Gamba
Technology Director Arturo Dares
San Agustin Campus
Ave. Real de San Agustín #4
Col. Residencial San Agustín
Garza García, N.L. 66260 México
Tel: (818) 625-1500, (818)625-1534
Fax (818)625-1501

ESCUELA JOHN F. KENNEDY
The John F. Kennedy School was founded in 1964. It is a non-profit, secular, co-educational institution which offers a U.S. type educational program from Pre-School to High School. Our school is accredited in the Mexican Republic by the Ministry of Public Education, in the U.S. since 1983, by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS), and since 1998, by the International Baccalaureate Program at the High School level.
General Director Adrian Leece
Assistant General Director Debra D Giles
High School Principal Robert Callahan
Middle School Principal Camille Cases
Elementary School Principal Mark Dunn
Preschool Principal Debra Cortney
Physical Education Director Arturo Bustamante
JFK Sports Director Fernando Lopez
Technology Director Kareem Cyrus
Operations and Services Manager Jeffrey Lewis
Security Coordinator Claudio Patiño
Business Manager Josefina Morgan
Institutional Development Arturo Rodriguez
Admissions Edson Vega
JFK School Foundation Sergio Chavez
Library Maureen Jacob Petit
Human Resources Mariana Hijuelos
Escuela John F. Kennedy, A.C.
Ave. Sabinos 272
Fracc. Jurica Campestre
Querétaro, Querétaro 76100
Tel: (442) 218-0075
Fax: (442) 218-1784

COLEGIO AMERICANO DE SALTILLO
The American School of Saltillo, located in the capital the state of Coahuila, was founded in 1978 by a group of Saltillo's prominent citizens interested in providing their children with a bilingual-bicultural education. Since its founding, the institution has grown into the largest and most esteemed bilingual school in the city. Serving students from pre-kindergarten through ninth grade the bilingual curriculum is a 50% English-Spanish academic program that focuses on literature, grammar, research, speech and debate.
General Director Jorge Alanis Villarreal
Preschool Principal Tamara Martinez
Elementary Principal Yadira Gonzalez
Middle School Principal Diana Cecilia Rubio
High School Principal Carlos Sánchez Cuspinera
Business Manager

Laura Rubio

Athletics Director Victor Reyna
Technology Director Iván Ramírez
Colegio Americano de Saltillo, A.C.
Ave. Américas Unidas 305
Saltillo, Coahuila 25270
Tel: 844-415-9632 ext. 2000

COLEGIO AMERICANO DE TORREON
The Colegio Americano de Torreón (C.A.T.) is a private, non-profit, independent, non-denominational, international day school providing a bilingual/bicultural education program to Mexican, U.S. and international students in grades pre-kindergarden through 12. The Colegio Americano de Torreón was founded in September of 1950 with 38 students and four teachers. Four years after its founding, C.A.T. was officially accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, and has maintained its accreditation ever since.
General Director Makhlouf Ouyed Ouyed
Business Manager Martha Martínez
High and Middle School Principal Jessyca Lucero Flores
Elementary School Principal Brandon Rogers
Preschool Principal Anneke Berumen
Library Department Head Susana Lazarin
Director of Technology Carlos Ramirez
Athletics Director Hector Gaytán
Colegio Americano de Torreón,
Paso del Algodón #500.
Fraccionamiento Los Viñedos
Torreón, Coahuila 27019
Tel: (871) 222-51-00

INSTITUTO THOMAS JEFFERSON
 
General Director
Melody Martín del Campo
Preschool Principal Lorena Cruz
Elementary Principal Daniela Piana
Middle School Principal Alejandra Moreno
High School Principal Claudia Alvarez
Curriculum Coordinator Deborah Revolorio
Activities Coordinator

Gabriela Prada

Associate Director / MS Principal Valle Real Adriana Martín del Campo
Preschool Principal Valle Real Jeanette Perez
Elementary Principal Valle Real Daniela Piana
Director of finance Magdalena Nuño
Ramal la Tijera 1753
Fracc. Amapas
Tlajomulco de Zúñiga, Jalisco,
C.P. 45640
Tel: +52(33) 1253-3350

 

 

 

 

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