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Private Schools in Puerto Vallarta

Puerto Vallarta • Riviera Nayarit 

Most of the foreign community takes advantage of the private bilingual schools with grades from Kindergarten to Grade 12. The majority of the English teachers have English as their first language and are from the United States or Canada. Many US holidays are celebrated, so there is a good chance that the children will still celebrate Thanksgiving, Halloween and St. Patrick's Day.
AMCO (Arisocale Abraham Lincoln School & Baby Gym)

The AMCO method is a proven and accredited program that provides a revolutionary system of teaching English and Spanish which is much easier and more effective than traditional methods. We have integrated the coverage and sequence of the education of the State of California as the basis for our educational materials. Today, more than 100,000 students from pre-school to ninth grade utilize our program. Although the majority of students come from Mexico, our method is already used in Spain with excellent results and is currently being evaluated in other countries.

Address: Allende 339, Col Independencia, Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco
Phone: (322) 224-4970, 225-6881 and 225-6882

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American School of Puerto Vallarta

Visit the Website The American School of Puerto Vallarta is a US-accredited, independent, nonprofit, nonsectarian, coeducational institution offering a bilingual, bicultural education for students from kinder through grade 12. The School was founded in 1986 by local business leaders, intent upon offering an American-type education to the children of Puerto Vallarta. The school year consists of 180 days and extends from September to June.

General Director: Lisa Langley
Address: Albatros 129, Marina Vallarta, Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco Mexico 48335
Mailing Address: PO Box 2-280, Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco Mexico 48300
Phone: (322) 221-1525
Fax: (322) 221-2555
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British American School

The school is located in Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico. They offer a bilingual, joint education for pre-school, primary, secondary and preparatory levels.

Address: 171 Pavo Real, Colonia Aralias, and 552 Marlyn, Colonia Jardines
Phone Primary: (322) 224-5614, 224-9354, 224-1011
Phone Middle and High School: (322) 225-0562, 293-3099

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Harkness Institute

Harkness Institute in Nuevo Vallarta, Nayarit, is an advanced High School that employs a conference study approach to learning, rather than just the traditional classroom setting. Accredited by the National Secretary of Education, it seeks the best and the brightest students from the area to prepare them for international study. We are aware of the great need that Mexico has in the area of education and we are striving to fill this gap. All our students receive some kind of scholarship and we are constantly recruiting people who are willing to help us in this endeavor, either financially or by volunteering as guest speakers/mentors.

Head Administrator: Esther Gallegos
Address: One block north of Paradise Village, Nuevo Vallarta, Nayarit, Mexico
Phone: (329) 298-0118

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Pierre Faure School

The Institute Pierre Faure is an educational project complete and well structured, ordered to get an education authentic and quality. It is a project that contains all the elements necessary and sufficient to be considered good in their approach: intellectual + technology + moral + religious. The personalized education method proposed by Pierre Faure is based on a comprehensive vision of the human being, and the need to educate your brain or "learning to learn".

Address: Camino a Boca de Tomates 180, Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco
Phone: (322) 290-1261 and 290-1263

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Tepeyac Institute

The Puerto Vallarta campus of the Tepeyac Institute is in a modern setting, with first class facilities, and is an institution with national presence that has managed to demonstrate, through each of its graduates, their professionalism, love and passion for the training of children and young people.

Address: Av. Francisco Villa 1505, Primer Piso, Col. Fluvial Vallarta
Phone: (322) 293-7953

Universidad Autónoma de Nayarit (UAN)

Courses being taught at the campus of the Autonomous University of Nayarit (UAN) include Administration, Psychology and Law, at the undergraduate level. "The University is very noble and advances the cycle of education and will grow with quality, both academically and in infrastructure."

General Director: Mtro. José Antonio Cázares Torres
Address: Primavera #111, Bucerías, Nayarit
Phone: (329) 298-3600;

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University of Guadalajara
Centro Universitario de la Costa (CUCosta)

The University is composed of two divisions: Engineering and Social & Economic Studies; and nine departments: Exact Sciences; Sciences and Technologies of Information; Arts, Education & Humanities; International Studies & Foreign Languages; Legal Studies; Social & Economic Studies; Administrative Studies; Psychology & Medical Sciences; and Biological.

Address: Av. Universidad #203, Delegacion Ixtapa, Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco
Phone: (322) 226-2200

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University of the Americas Vizcaya

Founded in Tepic, Nayarit, in March 2000 by the Cultural Board of Trustees Vizcaya A. C., this is an institution that has had an important territorial expansion in recent years with 12 campuses in the country and a presence in more than ten cities located in the Northeast, Northwest and Western regions of Mexico. The opening of the Vallarta campus represents one of the best college options in our city, offering 3-year degrees in Gastronomy, Architecture, Law, Psychology, Criminology, Education, and Accounting in their quarterly systems. Classes are held Monday to Friday with mixed classes only on Saturdays.

Address: 799 Francisco Villa Ave., Col. Versalles, Puerto Vallarta
Phone: (322) 223-3112 and 225-2988
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Support Charities with International Friendship Club Home Tours

International Friendship Club

Our Home Tours showcase three or four unique homes each week ranging from small, traditional style casas to multi-million dollar beachfront condos and villas.

International Friendship Club Vallarta Home Tours 2018-2019

International Friendship Club

Net proceeds from these very interesting and fun tours support the International Friendship Club's Cleft Palate Surgery Program and other charitable programs.

International Friendship Club Resumes Home Tours for 2017-2018 Season

International Friendship Club

Net proceeds from these very interesting and fun tours support the International Friendship Club's Cleft Palate Surgery Program and other charitable programs.

Kinder 3 'Opens' Their Delicious Restaurant at American School PV

American School Puerto Vallarta

As a group, the students chose the restaurant’s name, decided what and how they would work on such items as menus, orders, tablecloths, money, etc.

American School Puerto Vallarta Presents Fiddler on the Roof JR.

American School Puerto Vallarta

Recognized as one of great American musicals, the original Fiddler on the Roof won the New York Drama Critics Circle Award, nine Tony awards and a special Tony in 1972 for its unique contribution to Broadway.

The American School of Puerto Vallarta to Celebrate College Fair 2017

Vallarta Lifestyles

The American School of Puerto Vallarta will host the College Fair 2017 on Monday, October 9, at the Sunscape Resort & Spa, Puerto Vallarta. This event will be open to the public and benefit High School students of all levels and schools in Banderas Bay.

Mexico Has Made ’Remarkable Progress’ in Education

El Universal

Mexico’s Ministry of Public Education had a "remarkable progress" in preschool, technical and higher education according to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development Report on Education for 2017.

Puerto Vallarta's Pierre Faure Institute Teaches 'Learn to Learn'

Pierre Faure

Pierre Faure private school is a complete and well-structured educational project, ordered to achieve an authentic and quality education.

American School PV Raises Money for PEACEAnimals


The donation project was led by the students, who voted on what types of organizations they wanted to help, and then selected their own methods of raising funds.

End of the Year Art Exhibit by American School Puerto Vallarta

American School Puerto Vallarta

For the 5th consecutive year, the AP class and 9th grade art class join to celebrate art in a public exhibition. Our students will showcase their works created during this school year.

Great Reasons to Become a Member of Puerto Vallarta's International Friendship Club

International Friendship Club

Members of IFC are proud of the club's long history and the beneficial effect that the club has had on the education, health and social services in the city.

Open House at American School of Puerto Vallarta

American School Puerto Vallarta

The American School of Puerto Vallarta would like to invite all families living in Puerto Vallarta and surrounding areas to visit our school, tour our grounds, experience ASPV in action and discover why it is the best educational institution in the region.

Christmas Concerts 2016 by Puerto Vallarta Chamber Orchestra

Jupina & Company

It's the best time of the year! The Puerta Vallarta Chamber Orchestra will be performing their two annual Christmas Concerts on December 11th and 12th at 8:00 pm.

American School Puerto Vallarta Celebrates Inauguration of New Track

American School Puerto Vallarta

We celebrated the inauguration of our new track with relay races of mixed teams comprised by ASPV members of all ages, from Early Childhood to High School, parents and staff.

International Friendship Club Resumes Home Tours for 2016-2017 Season

International Friendship Club

Our Home Tours showcase four unique homes each week ranging from small, traditional style casas to multi-million dollar beachfront condos and villas.

Kids in Puerto Vallarta Return to School Today

Nuestras Noticias

Today ended the summer holiday and around 69,000 students will return to schools in Puerto Vallarta between preschool, primary and secondary, thus starting the school year 2016-2017.

Inauguration of Javadpour Arts Center at American School of Puerto Vallarta

American School of Puerto Vallarta

There was a full house on Sunday, March 13, to celebrate the formal inauguration of the new American School of Puerto Vallarta Javadpour Arts Center with a performance of Giselle.

Giselle Ballet Presented as Spring Concert 2016

Rancho Limon

The classic and romantic ballet of Giselle is a masterpiece of the romantic era and written by Adolphe Adam and is a beautiful story of love and tragedy which was first performed in Paris in 1841.

Events Not to Miss This Week in Vallarta-Nayarit


A lot is going on around Banderas Bay this week including Dinner Theater, Live Concerts, Charity Bingo, Real Estate Festival, Fundraisers, Culinary and Art Fest, Taste of Lo De Marcos, Art Auction, Longboard Fest in Sayulita, Farmers Markets every day of the week, and so much more.

American School Puerto Vallarta Annual Art Auction at St. Regis Punta Mita

American School of Puerto Vallarta

This year’s event will take place on Wednesday, February 17th, 2016 in the Astor Ballroom of the St. Regis Punta Mita Resort. Proceeds benefit art programs at ASPV.

American School Puerto Vallarta Students Visit Animal Pound

American School of Puerto Vallarta

When the second period bell rang, we all scrambled to the school’s bus with some dog treats tucked away between lunch boxes and anticipation of a fun few hours ahead.

World Day Without Tobacco Events from Vallarta's Juvenile Integration Center

Juvenile Integration Center

In efforts to strengthen prevention and treatment of smoking, key activities took place in Puerto Vallarta to commemorate World No Tobacco Day in conjunction with our Juvenile Integration Center (CIJ).

The Marieta Islands Join the Beach Cleanup Network in Riviera Nayarit

CVB of Riviera Nayarit

Approximately 50 tourism service providers from Punta Mita will participate in this activity before and after the most popular vacation days; on another note, the American School joins Bucerias.

American School Puerto Vallarta Earns Dual Accreditation, SAIS + SACS/AdvancED

American School of Puerto Vallarta

It is with much pride that we also announce that we are the first school in Mexico to receive this dual distinction. SAIS standards focus specifically on independent schools so are particularly applicable to our school.

'Day to Night' Golf Tournament & Casino Night Fundraiser for American School PV

American School of Puerto Vallarta

The American School of Puerto Vallarta and the ASPV PTA are proud to present a shared benefit for ASPV and the ASPV community service project Leer y Crecer (Read and Grow), which supports local public schools in developing libraries.

IFC Education Grants Are Money Well Spent

International Friendship Club

Many tourists, seasonal residents and ex-pats that live here year 'round consider that Puerto Vallarta is a small slice of paradise. It's good to be able to share a little of our wealth with those who live here in less than idyllic conditions.

New Arts/Cultural Center Planned at ASPV

American School of Puerto Vallarta

This is one of the most exciting projects the American School of Puerto Vallarta has become involved in over the past ten years. If everything goes as planned we hope the project will be completed by December 31, 2015.

Events Not to Miss This Week in Puerto Vallarta & Riviera Nayarit


A lot is going on around Banderas Bay this week including Theater Shows, Movie Screenings, Fundraisers, Film Fest, Whodunit Mystery Theater, What a Drag, Children's Circus, Paws for the Cause, Chamber Orchestra, Farmers Markets almost every day, and so much more.

PV American School Presents 'Into The Woods'

American School of Puerto Vallarta

"Into the Woods" is an exciting and funny musical comedy that twists familiar fairy tales into a brand new story. When a Baker and his Wife learn they've been cursed by the Witch next door, they embark on a quest for the special objects required to break the spell.

Art Auction by the American School of Puerto Vallarta at St. Regis Punta Mita


The auction on February 18 will feature a total of 44 beautiful Mexican art pieces, mostly paintings, 37 from Mexican artists and 7 more created by very talented students from the American School of Puerto Vallarta.

International Friendship Club PV Actively Supports Many Educational Projects

International Friendship Club

The International Friendship Club supports many people and organizations in Puerto Vallarta and in addition to the Cleft Palate program some of our most important work is focused on education.

Open House at American School Puerto Vallarta

American School of Puerto Vallarta

On Wednesday, February 11, 2015 from 10:00 am until 1:00 pm the American School of Puerto Vallarta will open its doors to families in Puerto Vallarta and surrounding areas to discover why it is the best educational institution in the region.

Canadian Rotary Club Continues to Support ASPV Public and Rural School Library Program

American School Puerto Vallarta

At the end of 2014, the award-winning student leadership and service program Leer y Crecer (Read & Grow) at the American School of Puerto Vallarta received another personal delivery of funding from the Rotary Club of Invermere, British Columbia, Canada.

Events Not to Miss This Week in Puerto Vallarta & Riviera Nayarit


A lot is going on around Banderas Bay this week including Fundraisers, Open House at American School, Vallarta-Nayarit Classic Rock Festival, Sailors Splash, Children of the Dump and Chamber Orchestra Concerts, Farmers Markets every day, and so much more.

Open House at American School of Puerto Vallarta

American School of Puerto Vallarta

We want families to LIVE the American School experience, so instead of a typical presentation we’ve set up a self-guided tour for visitors. There will be 11 stations in all, each one representing an important facet of our school.

International Friendship Club Home Tours Support Cleft Palate Surgery Program

International Friendship Club

Enjoy the beauty of Puerto Vallarta by touring some of its most architecturally interesting homes. Our Home Tours showcase four unique homes each week ranging from small, traditional style casas to multi-million dollar beachfront condos and villas.

American School of Puerto Vallarta Present Spook Du Soleil Halloween Party

American School of Puerto Vallarta

The Parent-Teacher Association of ASPV invite you to join the fun for the fantastic Halloween event on October 30. There will be lots of color, amazing shows and fun for all ages.

American School Puerto Vallarta Urges You to 'Share Your Soles' for Shoeless Children

American School of Puerto Vallarta

We really need you to help us reach our goal and ask you to donate new or gently used shoes. We will accept any shoe size, but all weather is preferred. There are shoe drop off boxes at the high school and primary offices at our school.

Vallarta Botanical Gardens Offers a Flock of Activities for International Migratory Bird Day

Vallarta Botanical Gardens

The Vallarta Botanical Garden has been generously supplied with great educational materials for our own International Migratory Bird Day Event on October 11th from our friends at Environment for the Americas.

The American School of Puerto Vallarta Presents its Annual University Fair 2014

American School of Puerto Vallarta

This is an ideal event for high school students and their parents to look into the different university options available, contact and establish a relationship with the different university representatives.

American School Puerto Vallarta Begins Weekly Science Blog

American School of Puerto Vallarta

ASPV secondary science classes have started a blog called “Science in the News” highlighting articles that relate to science and technology. This week’s posts are on the ebola virus epidemic, a bubble powered speed machine and a girl with three biological parents.

American School Vallarta Welcomes Students Back

American School of Puerto Vallarta

Welcome to the 2014-2015 school year. The American School Puerto Vallarta primary teachers are working hard to get things ready and make this school year one of the best ever.

Mr. Bill Says Farewell After an Extended Stay at American School Puerto Vallarta

American School of Puerto Vallarta

Mr. Bill is just finishing his seventh year volunteering at the ASPV. Selfless people like Mr. Bill contribute in making our American School Puerto Vallarta a very special place.

American School's 'Make Your Mark' Beautification Project Extended One More Week

American School of Puerto Vallarta

The “Make Your Mark” project has been extended so that everyone has the opportunity to participate. The new deadline is now Thursday, May 29.

End of the Year Art Show Exhibition by American School Students

American School of Puerto Vallarta

The American School of Puerto Vallarta AP Art classes will be holding their end of the year art exhibition at Estudio Cafe Gallery in Nuevo Vallarta on April 30. This event is free and open to the public and includes performances by the school's student singers.

American School Vallarta Students Join UNICEF to Provide Drinking Water to Children

Colegio Americano de Puerto Vallarta

The American School Puerto Vallarta middle and high school students have been joining in to raise money for a great cause! This is a great way to spread awareness, generate money for a very good cause and perhaps reduce the dependence of our kids on checking their phones.

Events Not to Miss This Week in Puerto Vallarta & Riviera Nayarit


Read about some of the many events happening in Vallarta-Nayarit this week including the International Film Festival, Forks over Knives Screening, PuRR Project Bingo, Wizard of Oz at American School, Gourmet & Golf Classic, and a lot more.

Students Present 'The Wizard of Oz' at the American School of Puerto Vallarta

American School of Puerto Vallarta

The students and staff invite you to the American School Theatre on April 3 - 5 at 7:00 pm. The show will take place on stage but also all around the audience as they make their way down the yellow brick road.

IFC Launches New Education Program with Six Grants

International Friendship Club

The International Friendship Club has a long history of funding local area schools and educational programs. For many years, IFC member Mel Bornstein headed the Education effort, helped countless schools build playgrounds and bathrooms, and made sure many a student gained a better education.

American School Vallarta's Water Therapy Field Trip

American School of Puerto Vallarta

The objectives of our field trip were to have students learn more about Asperger's therapy, the Halliwick theory, general water therapy, and participate in a community activity that required embracing each other's different abilities.

Open House at the American School of Puerto Vallarta

American School of Puerto Vallarta

On Thursday, February 13, 2014 from 8:30 until 11:30 am, the American School of Puerto Vallarta will open its doors to families in Puerto Vallarta and surrounding areas to discover why it is the best educational institution in the region.

Free Autumn Concert by Puerto Vallarta Youth Orchestra at Plaza Caracol

Puerto Vallarta Youth Orchestra

The courtyard of the new section of Plaza Caracol will be the setting for a special concert to be performed by the OEPV Symphonic Band as a part of the Autumn Concerts by the Puerto Vallarta Youth Orchestra on Sunday, October 20.

Peter Gray Museum Announces 10th Anniversary Celebration

Virtual Vallarta

The Peter Gray Art Museum is a crown jewel in the Puerto Vallarta cultural scene. It was started by Peter in 2002 with the seeding of 16 works of art from his private collection. It has since grown to more than 120 works.

Halloween and Day of the Dead Fiestas at No Way Jose

Not one, but two fun-filled parties to start the new season like only NWJ can! Join us on Halloween with the cast of Rocky Horror and on November 2 for our 2nd Annual Day of the Dead/Season Opening Party.

PV Chamber Orchestra Needs Musicians for December Concerts

PV Chamber Orchestra

Our first rehearsal for the upcoming Holiday Concerts will take place on November 3 at the American School. We desperately need more musicians, especially string players. Anyone interested who feels that they play at an appropriate level is invited to attend this first rehearsal.

Over 600 Local PV Students Unite in the Name of World Peace

PEACE Mexico

It was early in the morning on Friday, September 21, and from a distance the highway in Punta de Mita appeared to be painted bright white. A closer look revealed over 600 students from eight local schools, marching hand-in-hand, dressed in white.

American School of Puerto Vallarta Students Earn AP Scholar Awards

PV Guide

The College Board’s Advanced Placement Program offers students the opportunity to take challenging, college-level courses, while still in high school. They can receive college credit, advanced placement, or both, for successful performance on the AP exams in most top universities.

An Expat Looks at Schooling In Puerto Vallarta

Expats in Vallarta

Making the decision to move to Mexico is a big one. You, as an expat, will not have the choices that you had in the States or Canada, and when it comes to choosing a school for your children, you better do your homework.

UAN Opens Campus in Bucerias, Nayarit

Vallarta Viva

Courses being taught at the newly inaugerated campus of the Autonomous University of Nayarit (UAN) include Administration, Psychology and Law, at the undergraduate level.

Puerto Vallarta Protests Against Bus Fare Increase

PV Pulse

The bus fare went from 6.50 pesos to 7.50 in Puerto Vallarta, an increase of 1 peso that makes an important difference for users who have to take several buses during the day.

Summer Vacation is Over for Puerto Vallarta Students

Vallarta Opina

Puerto Vallarta students return today to the more than one hundred schools in two shifts and will be received by almost 3 thousand teachers who have prepared courses for this week.

Deja New Consignment Supports Local Charities

Deja New

We applaud the efforts of Kathleen, her staff and associates who have set up charity accounts to benefit our worthy causes here in Puerto Vallarta. We invite you to clean out your closet and help those less fortunate.

Summer Campers Present "We Are Atlas"

Virtual Vallarta

This colorful, immersive, theatrical journey will carry you through the grounds of the lush Vallarta Botanical Gardens, while raising vital questions about our responsibility to our environment, our community, and ourselves. Performance will be presented by the Terra Firma Summer Camp on August 3.

CUCosta and AMResorts Sign Ecological Alliance

Established programs for the local population include the knowledge and protection of biodiversity, reduction and recycling of waste, organic and inorganic resources as well as the sustainable use of natural resources in the region of Bahia de Banderas.

Two New Educational Institutions to Open in PV

The V.I.P.

The city of Puerto Vallarta is proud to announce the opening of the Tepeyac Institute and University of the Americas Vizcaya, both scheduled to start classes for the next school year.

Sharks 2012 Summer Camp At American School

PV Pulse

The Summer Camp will include soccer, basketball, volleyball, dance, swimming, gymnastics and handball lessons. There will also be different workshops and a weekly excursion to the beach, to the bowling alley and to the movies.

Prince of Norway Visits the American School

The American School

The American School of Puerto Vallarta welcomed His Royal Highness Crown Prince Haakon at the school last month to celebrate a global dignity event.

Close up Vallarta Festival of Video Art

This second edition will be held from May 1 to May 5, 2012, at the Arches of the Malecon, the Centro Universitario de la Costa, Teatro Vallarta and the Cuale Cultural Center. There will be a video projection section of internationally renowned artists, lectures, workshops and parties.

Protection and Handling of Reptiles Course

Estero el Salado

Presented from May 7-9, 2012, this course will teach management and conservation in order to improve the quality of life for our local reptiles. Taking place on the CUCosta Campus, the three day course will include theory and management practice for reptiles in captivity.

Certifications for PV Taxi Drivers

Fideicomiso de Turismo PV

With the leadership of the Office of Conventions and Visitors of Puerto Vallarta, the Taxi Certification Program was started to improve the quality of labor performance for our local taxi drivers.

KSU Professor Teaches Chemistry at American School

Virtual Vallarta

Under the auspices of the Science Coaches Program, Professor Laurence Peterson of Kennesaw State University has been teaching one day each week at the American School in Puerto Vallarta with chemistry teacher, Adam Kilner.

Cats and Dogs Art Benefit

Galeria Vallarta

There will be a silent auction of some of the paintings and part of the proceeds will go to the benefit of the Civil Association Desembocada Ranchito, headed by Ana Maria Silva Rodriguez, for the benefit of the animals.

PV Chamber Orchestra Spring Concerts

Virtual Vallarta

Now in its eighth season, the Puerto Vallarta Chamber Orchestra has recently announced dates and venues for their Spring Concerts. Children and students will receive free admission.

American School Golf Scramble

American School of PV

All amateur golfers, men, women and kids are invited for this fun event to raise funds for the American School of Puerto Vallarta, to be held at El Tigre Country Club in Nuevo Vallarta on Saturday, March 17, with a scramble format.

American School to Perform Cinderella

The cast of 25 talented students will present the retelling of this timeless tale and one of the most romantic stories of all time on March 8, 9 and 10 at the ASPV Amphitheater on campus. Join us.

Mariachi Fundraiser Concert for CUCosta

Vallarta Opina

The first and very successful Mariachi Concert organized by CUCosta was held last October and involved Joya de Mexico Mariachi, Real de America and Nuevo Continental... The audience was captivated.

RISE for Hope 2012 Fundraiser

Food by Seth

Hundreds of people will be walking down the red carpet at the Puerto Vallarta American School to once again support the Refugio Infantil Santa Esperanza (RISE) at the annual RISE for Hope event on February 11.

An Increasing Number U.S.-Born Students Are Enrolling in Mexican Schools


About half a million now attend classes south of the border, and educators on both sides are pushing for greater collaboration to help meet those students’ unique needs.

For Children in Mexico, ’Back to School’ Means a Chance to Heal

The Christian Science Monitor

Ten days after a 7.1 earthquake rocked Mexico, many students – and parents – are eager for schools to reopen. But while reopening schools represents a welcome return to routine, it also means a return to ground zero.

Can Transparent Backpacks Make Schools Safer? Some Parents Are Saying Yes


In an effort to reduce weapons and violence in schools, parents in Mexico are pushing for a mandatory rule to make students use see-through backpacks.

Mexico’s Education Secretary Finds 44,000 Teachers Not in the Classroom

The Yucatan Times

Education secretary Aurelio Nuno says an audit of the nation’s teaching payroll found more than 44,000 teachers who were getting paid, but not in the classroom.

Latin America Doubles Students in Higher Education, But Inequality Persists

Agencia EFE

The rate of students in Latin America and the Caribbean who graduate from higher education programs more than doubled - from 21 percent to 43 percent - between 2000-2013, but challenges persist, including the high dropout rate.

Despite Reforms, Experts Say Mexico's Education System Is Plagued By Inequality


Education experts in Mexico met last week to discuss inequality, which they say will be the greatest challenge in reforming the country’s education system.

Hanging with Spider-Man of the Science Department

Great Big Story

Like most superheroes, Moises Vazquez prefers to keep his identity hidden - however, unlike most other costumed crusaders, you can find Vazquez in the front of a classroom.

Education Reforms Promised to Streamline Academic Requirements for Deportees

El Universal

Mexico's education ministry says President Enrique Pena Nieto has instructed that officials make it easier for Mexican students deported or voluntarily returning from the United States to enroll in the country's schools.

No One Can Stop Us if We Have a Strong Education System: Mexico Education Minister

El Universal

Aurelio Nuno Mayer said that "not even the most powerful man in the world" can stop Mexico if it invests in quality education.

Nearly Half a Million US Citizens are Enrolled in Mexican Schools, and Many Are Struggling

The Los Angeles Times

Nearly half a million children who are U.S. citizens are enrolled in Mexican schools, according to the Mexican government. And there are at least another half a million Mexican-born young people who spent part of their life in the U.S. who have now returned home, according to estimates.

Nueva Leon Hosts Regional Human Rights Summit Focusing on Education

Scientology Newsroom

Young Latin American advocates meet to coordinate plans and address gross human rights violations in their countries.

How Debate Training Could Become a Game Changer for Mexican Education

Al Jazeera

Students across the globe have been busy preparing for the World Schools Debating Championships. But for Mexico, it's about more than winning.

Carlos Slim, Mexican Billionaire, Launches Free Online Education Platform

CCTV America

Carlos Slim, Mexico’s richest man, just announced the launch of a new online platform that provides free educational courses intended to help Mexico’s poor.

'We Can't Hear But We Can Listen,' Say Graduating Deaf Students in Mexico

Agencia EFE

Between applause, eight young Mexican students with hearing defects received their high school diplomas and so became the first inclusive graduating class at Jose Maria Lafragua High School in the Mexican city of Puebla.

'Lost Generation' Lifestyle Leads to Crime and Violence in Mexico and Beyond

CCTV America

A shocking study by the World Bank shows the high number of Latin American youth who drop out of school and rarely find work. They are a demographic between the ages of 15 through 24 and nicknamed the “Ninis.”

Video Inspires a New Generation of Ocean Activists


On World Oceans Day this week, author and activist Joel Harper used the occasion to unveil an animated video based on his popular children’s book, All the Way to the Ocean.

UNAM's Mexican 'Spiderman' Weaves Web of Knowledge for Science Students


A Mexican science teacher has come up with a novel way to get his students’ attention - giving lessons dressed as Spiderman.

Google's New 'Science Journal' App Turns Your Smartphone Into a Laboratory

ABC News

Google’s Science Journal app is turning Android smartphones into pocket-sized scientific powerhouses, allowing users to conduct a variety of experiments using tools already built into the device.

This Virtual Lab Will Revolutionize the Way We Teach Science in Schools


Virtual reality is no longer part of some distant future, and it's not just for gaming and entertainment anymore. Michael Bodekaer wants to use it to make quality education more accessible.

California and Mexico Students Team Up to Tackle Violence Through Art


Students from San Diego and Mexico City are teaming up to create works of art that explore violence.

TED: A Delightful Way to Teach Kids About Computers


Linda Liukas is helping to educate problem-solving kids, encouraging them to see computers not as mechanical, boring and complicated but as colorful, expressive machines meant to be tinkered with.

Cesar Harada on How to Teach Kids to Love Science

TED Fellows

Cesar Harada teaches citizen science and invention to the next generation of environmentalists, instilling a universal lesson that his own parents taught him at a young age: "You can make a mess, but you have to clean up after yourself."

Go to College: First Lady Michelle Obama Raps About the Benefits of Higher Ed


College is awesome. If you don’t believe us just ask the First Lady of the United States and SNL’s Jay Pharoah.

OCED Reports That Mexico Ranks Last in Per Capita Spending on Education


The Mexican government ranks last in annual spending per student among the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development countries, according to a new report made public on Tuesday.

First Generation of Mexican Bilingual Students Expected Within 20 Years

The News

With the implementation of a new English program throughout the country, Public Education Secretary Aurelio Nuno estimates that Mexico will achieve the first generation of bilingual students in 10 or 20 years.

Free Internet Heading to 7,600 Mexican Schools


Mexico's communications and transportation ministry has reached an agreement with the country's Union of Entrepreneurs for Technology in Education to bring free internet access to over 7,600 schools.

Despite Success as Best in State, Mexico School on Wheels to Close


As the school year gets underway, a small group of kids in Mexico will be opening their text books in a unique environment: a classroom on wheels - the last of its kind.

The Last Generation of Mexico's 'Train School' Children

Zoomin.TV World News

Last century in Mexico, it was very common for railway workers' families to live in a mobile society of train coaches. Due to privatization of the railway system this form of schooling is dying off.

Mayor of Mexico City Orders Schools to Grow Gardens

Agencia EFE

The 110 Mexico City public schools participating in the SaludArte program to fight obesity and promote healthy eating must start urban gardens, the head of the capital's government, Miguel Angel Mancera, said.

Supreme Court Orders Private School to Compensate Child Victim of Bullying

Gulf News

Mexico’s Supreme Court ordered a private school on to give $33,000 in compensation to a seven-year-old boy who was bullied by other students with a teacher’s approval.

Children Originally from Mexico or Born in the US Turned Away from Mexican Schools

Al Jazeera

It's a familiar tale for thousands of children - originally from Mexico or born in the US to Mexican parents who return to Mexico after having studied in the US.

23K Mexicans Take Part in US Educational Exchanges


U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Antony Blinken made a speech here praising Mexican-U.S. educational exchange programs that last year brought some 23,000 students and teachers from Mexico to the United States.

UNESCO: More Than Five Million Mexicans Are Illiterate

The News

This historical lag is not unique to Mexico. There are 793 million people worldwide who don’t know how to read and write. Most of them are in Asia and Africa, but Latin America also has a significant number.

Why Do So Many Young People in Mexico and Central America Hook Up in Parks?

Pacific Standard

Parks in Latin America serve a number of purposes. They provide a green respite in an otherwise concrete jungle. They’re a space where anyone from the wealthy to the homeless can rest their legs. And, for young couples, they’re the most popular place to hook up.

'Unreal Campaign' Brings Anticounterfeiting Message to Students in Mexico

AG-IP News

The International Trademark Association has held its first Unreal Campaign student engagement session in Mexico. The Unreal Campaign is a consumer awareness program that aims to educate students about the dangers of counterfeiting and importance of trademarks.

More Than 60% of Mexico High School Seniors Have Poor Science and Math Skills

La Jornada

In Mexico, 33% of high school seniors under the age of 18 can only complete basic arithmetic, while 30% are in the lowest levels of competency in science and 20% in reading.

Big Future with Bill Gates: Can Online Classrooms Educate the Developing World?

The Verge

Bill Gates believes that online courses can bring the world's best teachers to anyone with a smartphone or tablet, for free.

No Hablo Ingles: How Mexico's Education System Is Failing Its Students


The country’s education system is failing to prepare youth for a global world, sentencing them to social paralysis. In other words, it’s producing whole generations of kids facing a world they don’t understand and which doesn’t understand them.

Only 3% of Mexico Grad Students Pass English Exam

The Mazatlan Messenger

The Mexican First president told reporters that of the students graduating from public high schools in Mexico, 97 percent failed the English portion of the exam administered by the Ministry of Public Education.

Sixty Percent of Mexico's Aspiring Teachers Fail Competitive Selection Exam

Latin American Herald Tribune

Well over half of the 16,283 applicants for more than 5,000 open teaching positions in Mexico’s public schools received failing scores in the second round of competitive examinations.

¡Ya Basta! Warnings About Bullying in Mexico

Prensa Latina

Mexico ranks world's first in the recurrence of bullying at the level of secondary education, says an editorial of the newspaper La Jornada. The text makes reference to Cristina Jauregui's book 'Enough! Let's End the Bullying.'

Skype Translator Opens the Classroom to the World


Skype has been talking about, and demoing, its new real-time translation software for Skype for a while now, but users will begin getting first-hand experience with the tool as of today.

'100,000 Strong in the Americas': US Encourages Students to Study in Mexico

El Paso Times

A new initiative by President Barack Obama intends to send 100,000 American students to Latin America and the Caribbean. In exchange, the education initiative aims for the same number of students from those countries to learn and train in the U.S. by the year 2020.

In Higher Education Rankings, Latin America Universities Fail to Make the Grade


Nobel prize week can prompt uncomfortable soul-searching at universities in Latin America, which has produced relatively few winners in the sciences - a symptom, experts say, of the region's struggles in higher education.

Microsoft to Offer Programming Courses to 1 Million Young People in Latin America

Latin American Herald Tribune

Microsoft has launched its “I Can Program” initiative to teach computer programming to more than 1 million young people in Latin America via an “easy and fun” approach.

Ensena por Mexico: Bringing an American Touch to Mexican Schools


In Mexico, where teachers have long been known for their absenteeism and lack of preparation and students rank among the lowest performers among a group of 34 advanced and emerging countries, it is unusual to see a teacher at a public school holding his students accountable - and vice versa.

Education at a Glance: Mexico Is Only OECD Country Where Youth Work More Than Study

Latin Times

Mexico is reportedly the only country a part of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development where youth spend more time working than in school.

Did Enrique Pena Nieto, Mexican President, Go to College? According to Records, No

Latin Times

The issue brings up many questions for the people of Mexico: If the President didn’t go to a university, how is he going to understand and promote the importance of education for a country’s development?

Oaxaca Teachers Fight to Protect Students and Community from Reforms

In These Times

As the most diverse state in Mexico with a high indigenous population, many of Oaxaca’s students speak different dialects or come from rural backgrounds. Because of this, teachers say, the policy changes are unrealistic and oppressive.

In Mexico, Focus Turns to Bullies in Schools After Death of Student

The Los Angeles Times

In a nation that has drawn international notoriety for drug cartel carnage, public officials are now focusing on another form of violence that plagues Mexican society: school bullying.

President Vows to Launch All-Out Battle Against School Bullying

Agence France-Presse

Mexico's President vowed on Friday to launch an all-out battle against a spate of bullying in schools after a 12-year-old boy died from injuries sustained in a beating by classmates.

After a Decade of Falling Enrollment, Mexico, US Seek to Boost Student Exchanges

Associated Press

Americans studying in Latin America have stopped looking so intently at Mexico, which has dropped from first to fourth for U.S. students going abroad in the region in 10 years.

President Pena Nieto Praises Teachers, Says Education Is Primary Responsibility

The News

President Enrique Pena Nieto has announced a 6.24 percent increase in teachers salaries, which he said is the appropriate outcome of the ongoing collective bargaining process.

Google Glass Takes Mexico Students to Hawaii Island

Google Glass helped take students from three Oahu schools and one school in Mexico on a virtual field trip to Hawaii Island.

6 in 10 Young Mexicans Over Age 19 Drop Out of School - OECD

La Jornada

At least six out of 10 young people over age 19 in Mexico have dropped out of school completely, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development warned.

Free Zapatista Textbook Now Available in English

IC Magazine

Put on your thinking caps because the first of four Zapatista textbooks from last year's widely popular 'Little School' have been translated to English.

Prestigious School in Mexico Enrages By Teaching 'How to Prevent Being Gay'

Latin Times

A prestigious school group in Mexico has come under attack after publishing a homophobic article in its online magazine.

Kids Gets Better in Reading and Mathematics Test Results, But Lag Behind Average

The News

According to a report by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, Mexican children age 15 and below improved in reading and mathematics in 2012 - although they lag well behind the global average.

Mexico's Ex-President Vicente Fox Urges Students to Find Purpose, Compassion

Dallas News

Vicente Fox, former president of Mexico, urged US students to find a life purpose, to be compassionate and to be wary of political ideologies.

Higher Education in Mexico: The Quest to Become More-Competitive Globally


Ddespite the positive measures undertaken during President Pena’s first year in office, numerous challenges remain across a range of sectors. These include issues that impact the country’s global competitiveness, not the least of which is higher education.

Lack of University Spots Cut Short the Dreams of Many in Mexico

NBC News

Some 26 million children and young adults hit the books again in Mexico this fall, striving against the odds for the education they desperately want.

Samsung Deploys Samsung School Platform at Mexico City College


The platform seeks to give teachers greater control over their classroom, increasing student engagement and ensuring transfer of materials to pupils.

Javier Aranda Luna: Mexico Education - When the Future Catches Up With Us

La Jornada

I really don't now what it is to be a teacher, but I imagine that helping build a child's intelligence, maintaining their amazement, igniting their imagination and teaching one of the greatest creations of history, writing, is not easy.

OAS and Mexico to Offer 600 Postgraduate Scholarships to Students from the Americas

The Organization of American States and Mexico signed an agreement to provide scholarship opportunities to 600 citizens of the Americas for master's or doctoral studies in science and engineering in Mexico.

OECD: Mexico First in High School Dropouts Between 15 and 18 Years Old

La Jornada

Mexico ranked first in high school dropouts aged 15 to 18 and last in expected graduation of university students pursuing bachelor’s degrees; it also ranked third in minors who neither study nor work.

Woman in Oaxaca Graduates from Elementary School... at Age 100!


Her name is Manuela Hernandez Velasquez. At 100 years of age, she obtained her elementary school certificate, proving that it is never late to study.

As Demand for Higher Education Rises, Mexico Increases University Options

The News

Public Education Undersecretary Fernando Serrano Migallon announced the addition of 36,376 admissions slots in Mexico’s higher education system by the Public Education Secretariat.

11-Year-Old Mexican Prodigy Heads to Harvard in Fall


Most 11-year-olds are stressing about the big move to middle school. Not Luis Roberto Ramirez Alvarez. The little boy from Michoacan, Mexico is headed to Harvard this fall.

Mexico's Commitment to Eradicating Child Labor

Presidency of the Republic

As part of last week's commemoration of the World Day against Child Labor, President Enrique Pena Nieto submitted a constitutional amendment to Congress in order to raise the minimum age for employment from 14 to 15 years.

Relatives of Disappeared Women in Ciudad Juarez Continue Sit-In

La Jornada

Relatives of eight women who disappeared in Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, are still sitting-in near the Secretariat of Government Relations, awaiting a response to their request for an effective investigation to find their loved ones.

Mexico Tightens Education Standards to Include Mandatory High School Education

Agencia EFE

Education was compulsory until now only to the middle school level, but it is now being expanded through high school, the last educational level before students enter a university.

Federal Judge Denies Dissident Teachers' Appeals Against Education Reform

CNN Mexico

A federal judge in Puebla rejected petitions for protection filed by thousands of teachers who made appeals against the education reform, claiming it would affect their labor rights.

Can Technology Help Mexican Education?


In the impoverished and crime-ridden Mexico City suburb Ciudad Netzahualcoyotl, a pioneering education center is tutoring students through a mix of computer programs and teaching.

A New Offering for Mexico's Hopeful College Grads: Student Loans


Unlike in the U.S., where student loans are run of the mill, few Mexicans have access to the financing that could help them pay for a college education. That’s where FINAE, an institution specializing in financing higher education, comes in.

In One Year, 50,000 Education Jobs Lost in Mexico

La Jornada

At the close of the first quarter of 2013 almost 50,000 jobs in education had been lost, including teachers, administrative staff and maintenance staff, since the same time last year.

Enrique Pena Nieto: 'Education Will Not Be Privatized or Concessioned'

Presidency of the Republic

Let no-one attempt to mislead society: Education will not be privatized or concessioned. Education is, and will remain, a public and irrevocable function of the Mexican state.

Teachers in Mexico Are Among Poorest Paid in Developing Countries


Among the 34 nations that make up the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, Mexico ranks fifth from the bottom for poor teacher pay. The country is above only Estonia, Slovakia, Hungary and Poland.

Study Abroad in Mexico? Fewer Students From US Are Making the Trek

The Christian Science Monitor

One announcement from Obama's Mexico trip was a bilateral forum on higher education. Educational exchanges between the US and Mexico have stagnated or fallen over the past decade.

Why Mexico's Education Reforms Are Important

The Heritage Foundation

Mexico seems poised for education reform, as evidenced by the release of last year’s documentary titled De Panzanzo (loosely translated to “Barely Passing”), which exposes a decrepit Mexican public school system prone to corruption.

Computers Are No Longer a Luxury for Students


The CEO of Connect2Compete says we must bridge the digital divide between low-income kids and children living in affluent neighborhoods.

American Children in Mexico Face Educational Challenges - Fronteras Desk

Fronteras Desk

In the last two years, more than 205,000 parents of American citizen children were deported from the United States. That means a new influx of American kids are now living – and learning – in Mexico.

Key to Development for the Future of Mexico is Education, Education, Education

La Jornada

The fundamental way to achieve both preparing a solid foundation for long term growth and bringing about public policies for social justice is to spend on education.

Education Gap at Alarming Level in Mexico, Warn Researchers

La Jornada

The education gap in Mexico has reached an alarming level, as 41 percent of the population over the age of 15 (32 million Mexicans) find themselves within it.

With Reforms in Place, Mexico is Poised to Change Poor State of Its Education System


With a corrupted politician out of the way and an education reform program law in place, Mexico is poised to change the poor state of its education system.

Should Mexican-American Books Be Banned in US Public Schools?


In pockets across the country, some legislators and educators want to keep students from reading books that shed light on racial and cultural diversity.

Students Living in Mexico Cross the Border for a Better Education

Neon Tommy

As bad as things as they are in San Diego, they are probably not as good in Tijuana in terms of public education - a perception that many parents in Mexico share.

Are Classroom Gadgets Really Helping Kids Learn?


Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Peg Tyre sheds light on the promise and perils of education technology.

Scholarslip: Young Journalists Make Documentary About the US Student Debt Crisis


Determined to speak up about America's crumbling higher education system, three students at Arizona State University's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism rallied the voices of an indebted generation.

Study Reports that Mexican Youth are Tech Addicts

The News

A recent Mexico Autonomous University study reports that Mexican young people are spending increasingly long hours on the Internet and using social media.

So You Fear Your Child's Being Bullied. What Can You Do About It?


The teen narrative is mostly innocuous, but sometimes what goes on within your child’s circle of friends - and frenemies - can be intentionally cruel and toxic. That’s when parents need to understand what’s happening.

Mexico City's KidZania is a Wonderland for Kids and Their Families

The Huffington Post

As an educator, I thought I had seen it all - until I visited Mexico City in early December of this year. I wasn't expecting KidZania, a miniature city located within Mexico City - created to teach the skills necessary for independence as well as financial literacy to kids 2-14.

Students Learn About the Reality of Mexican Agricultural Workers in the United States


In 2010, over 90% of all foreign workers contracted to work in the U.S. agricultural industry came from Mexico. A game teaches students about the weaknesses of U.S. regulations meant to protect these workers who each year depart to the United States from points all over Mexico.

Student 'Normalistas' Fight Changes in Mexican Education System


Pena Nieto says one of his priorities will be the overhauling of Mexico's education system to promote skills needed for the 21st century. But to do so he must confront the Normal schools, where professors have for decades been training aspiring teachers in activist politics, Marxism and social justice.

Returning Migrant Children Pose Educational Challenge in Mexico

New America Media

In different migrant-sending regions of Mexico, educators are coping with the new challenge of teaching children of return migrants who speak little or no Spanish.

Mexican Students Using New Learning Platform


A new education technology launched in Mexico this autumn is gaining popularity at schools across the country.

Mexico is Now Producing as Many Engineers as the United States

The Washington Post

In an aggressive bid to develop an entrepreneurial economy, Mexico is graduating students in engineering and technology at rates that challenge the United States. But it isn’t producing jobs for them.

University in Baja California Receives US Certificate of Accreditation

CETYS University

During the celebration of half a century of history, CETYS University System in Baja California, Mexico, received the official certificate of Accreditation conferred by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.

On Both Sides of the Border, Teachers Fight Corporatization

In These Times

In both Mexico and the United States, schools are an ideological battleground. Corporate-minded school-reform groups promote curbing teachers' unions, tiering their pay schemes, and running schools more like businesses in an educational "marketplace."

Top Student - First in Math, and Third in Spanish - Lives in a Trash Dump

Mas Wired

Eleven year-old Paloma Noyola Martínez is the top math student in Mexico, according to the national Enlace test, and the kicker is that she lives in a community of people who survive from scavenging a dump in Matamoros, Tamaulipas.

Wolfman, Vampire Woman Speak Out Against Bullying in Mexico

Latin American Herald Tribune

Two Mexicans known as The Wolfman and The Vampire Woman joined forces to speak out against bullying and domestic violence in a talk they gave in the western city of Zapopan.

Mexico Orders HPV Vaccinations For 5th-Grade Girls

McClatchy Newspapers

Mexico on Wednesday launched a massive program to vaccinate fifth-grade girls against human papillomavirus, making it one of the few nations in the world with a universal campaign against the sexually transmitted virus.

Morning Bell: Hollywood Steps Up to Education in 'Won't Back Down'

The Foundry

The time is ripe for a story like 'Won't Back Down,' a new movie that opened in theaters last week, starring Maggie Gyllenhaal and Viola Davis as mothers who can't stand to watch their school fail any longer.

Study: Smokers Are Still High School's 'Cool Kids'

HealthDay News

Peer pressure continues to prompt high school students to light up, new research suggests, because popular teens tend to smoke and they induce others to take up the habit in an effort to fit in and be liked.

UNICEF: Over 6 Million Children Do Not Attend School in LatAm, Caribbean

Hispanically Speaking News

Around 6.5 million of the 117 million children and adolescents in Latin America and the Caribbean do not attend school, the regional office of Unicef said Friday.

Test Scores Better at Mexico's Public Schools, But Still Room for Improvement

Rumbo de Mexico

The public education secretary says that while officials have seen improvements in elementary and high school ENLACE test results, the public education system still faces challenges.

Free Online Courses Plagued By Plagiarism

People have been saying that online "universities" are the wave of the future for higher ed, providing access to university courses, to knowledge, to the masses and for free. But a bit of reality is dimming that future.

School Bullying, a Reflection of LatAm Society


Because "schools reflect what is going on in society," an analysis of what is behind the high rates of bullying in Latin America is urgently needed, says an expert on education in the region.

Government Raises Money for Mexican Citizens Studying in US

San Diego Union-Tribune

Mexico's federal government for the first time is reaching out to the public at large in its annual scholarship fund raising drive aimed at helping Mexicans in the United States.

Undroppable: An All-Star Film and Social Media Campaign To Keep Kids In High School


A new documentary features interviews with students struggling to stay in school, as inspiration for those thinking of dropping out.

A Boom in Private Higher Education for Mexico's Middle Class

As Mexico's last baby boom comes of age, more young people than ever aspire to a college degree. A rush of private higher education institutions has arrived to meet rising demand.

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