Professor Odesma Dalrymple, Ph.D. (USD Engineering Department) and Executive Director of ASF, Monica Santos collected supplies from Trash for Teaching (http://www.t4t.org) and reInterpret (http://reinterpret.org) for the STEAM curriculum in place for the students of ASF this year. Using a variety of discarded manufacturing materials, ASF students created Chain Reaction machines that challenged
Brothers Andres and Uriel Reyes Botello are natives of Tijuana, Mexico and co-founders of Boxel Animation, a 3D CGI studio based in their home town. They spent a day in January with the students of ASF sharing the motivation and inspiration that propelled them to start their own animation company.
ASF launched the new year with seven students attending World Link’s 19th annual Youth Town Meeting held at the University of San Diego. The conference brings together “high school students from San Diego, Baja Mexico and around the world to consider global concerns from a local perspective”. The event promotes
Happy Holidays to You and your loved ones from the students and staff of ASF! Spread the happiness and hope of the season and please consider making an end of the year tax-deductible contribution. Your donation will ensure that our students continue to benefit from the support and guidance ASF provides. Donating
Shout out to www.cheapestees.com. The students of Advancing Students Forward sure look sharp in their new polo shirts! Thank you for your generous support!
Celebrating another school year well done! Pool party!
Advancing Students Forward were featured on the KPBS nightly news program this week. They profiled the community mural ASF students painted together with guidance from Mexican muralist Enrique Chiu. This project is the culmination of EDUCARTE, our 2 year enrichment program for students of Advancing Students Forward. The mural is on the wall
It was very heartwarming to see the interaction between students and their parents at our last family workshop. Family members worked together to identify the values that were most important to them as a family unit. Each family went home with a poster they created together illustrating the values they