The alumni ID is exclusively for PASF High School graduates
Period of validity: lifelong
With your alumni ID, you can take advantage of discounts, rebates, and special deals on products and/or services offered by companies in the PASF Benefits Plan.
To get an alumni ID, please make your payment of $58.00 MXN in the La Paz campus or make an electronic deposit and send a scan of your deposit slip to firstname.lastname@example.org along with the following information
- Front view color photo in JPG format, minimum 300 dpi resolution
- Firt and last names
- Graduation year
Account number 139053-7 to Fundación Colegio Americano de Puebla.
Banamex branch 393
We will notify you by email when your ID is ready to be picked up at the Institutional Relations office on the La Paz campus.
For further information, please call (222) 30 30 400, ext. 29.
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Dr. Francisco Galicia has been elected as President of ASOMEX.
We are proud to inform you that Dr. Francisco Galicia Ortega has just been elected to a three-year term as President of ASOMEX.
Puebla American School Student nominated for The Congress of Future Medical Leaders
Andrea Mastretta, a 10th-grader at the Puebla American School, will be a delegate to the Congress of Future Medical Leaders in Lowell, Massachusetts on June 23-25, 2019.