All first – time students at the school undergo an assessment process. The pupil must be a regular student and have obtained a minimum general average of 8 in academic subjects.
The entrance evaluation consists of two sections: an academic section, and a psychometric section. The academic part evaluates English, Spanish and mathematics levels.
The psychometric part evaluates skills development. Since it is an evaluation of general knowledge, no study guide is necessary.
The dates for screening evaluations for the 2018 – 2019 school year are
|February||Tuesday 20: Psychometric Test 3:00 p.m.
Wednesday 21: Academic Test 4:00 pm
|March||Tuesday 20: Psychometric Test 3:00 p.m.
Wednesday 21: Academic Test 4:00 p.m.
|April||Tuesday 24: Psychometric Test 3:00 p.m.
Wednesday 25: Academic Test 4:00 p.m.
|May||Tuesday 22: Psychometric Test 3:00 p.m.
Wednesday 23: Academic Test 4:00 p.m.
|June||Tuesday 5: psychometric test 3:00 p.m.
Wednesday 6: academic test 4:00 p.m.
|July y August||Appointment|
Information for the payment of the entrance evaluation.
Entrance screening fee: $ 400.00 MXN
(Four hundred Mexican Pesos)
Should the student be admitted, this $400.00 payment will be applied towards his registration fee. The fee is non-refundable for students who are not admitted to the school
NOTE: The banking information provided herein is exclusively for the payment of the entrance evaluation fee.
We are happy to help you schedule a school visit or an entrance evaluation. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (222) 30 30 400 extensions 123 o 124.
Schedule an appointment at the High School office for documentation review and submission.
- Copy of the receipt for the payment of the screening evaluation
- Copy of grade reports of 7th, 8th and 9th grades or the Junior High School Certificate when the student is to apply for 11th and 12th grade
- Letter of good conduct from previous school
- Letter of no pending payment from previous school. (Only if the student comes from a private school)
- Birth Certificate
- CURP (Unique Population Registry Code)
- Copy of temporary or permanent residence card
- Birth Certificate: original notarized and copy with apostil
- Birth Certificate: translated by Official Expert Translator
Procedure for Registration by Revalidation
Students having studied abroad the previous school year who wish to enter PASF must submit the following documents
Submit the official transcript that accredits coursework done abroad. This must have been duly legalized with apostil in order to process the Revalidation Resolution at the SEP.
Submit the translation of the transcript, performed by an official translator. This must include the grade equivalencies as well as the complete title of each course studied.
Request that a Notary from the locale of the school abroad legalize the transcript.
(Secretaría de Relaciones Exteriores/Secretary of Foreign Relations) Once all of the above documents have been compiled, request the corresponding certification, or apostil, at the Mexican Consulate in the locale of the school abroad.
The documents mentioned in points 1-4 above are an essential requirement for the Revalidation Request. The Secretary of Public Education in Puebla (Avenue Jesús Reyes Heroles, no street number, Colonia Nueva Aurora, Puebla, behind the CAPU bus station) issues this ruling as evidence that the student has successfully completed 3 years of middle school instruction
Request that the school abroad provide you with the course description and a list of topics covered in each course studied abroad. This is a vital piece of information that provides evidence required by the BUAP for their revalidation process, based on the BUAP curriculum in place at the time.
Submit all of the above documentation in order to begin the BUAP Revalidation process. There is a per-course revalidation fee for this process. If any course is not revalidated, the student may earn course credit by taking and passing the corresponding examination that the BUAP administers at certain times.
As such, you are required to pay the fee that entitles you to take these exams. These fees, by order of BUAP General Payment Regulation, are paid after the registration fee has been paid, but must be covered on request by the BUAP. These payments will appear on your family tuition statement.
If the international student has completed some high school coursework in Mexico, he should submit the “Partial Certificate of Studies Completed in Mexico,” issued by whichever institution that school is incorporated into. (SEP, BUAP, UNAM, ITESM, etc.)
Foreign students also submit:
Certified translator contact information
Centro de Lenguas BUAP
Departamento de Traducciones
24 Norte 2003, Col. Humboldt.
Tel. (222)2295500 Ext. 5837 o 5820 (Recepción)
Attend in the date and hour established for the entrance screening.
Should the student be admitted the parents must fill on line the family data format and attend the Admissions Office (9 poniente, 2709, Col. La Paz) to pay for the enrollment fee, sign the Educational Services Agreement and submit the following documents:
- Copy of the Birth Certificate
- Copy of of CURP (Unique Population Registry Code)
- Receipt for the payment of the screening evaluation
- Copy of the official identification of the parent who sign the Educational Services Agreement
The Admissions Office will assign you a family number and a student number that will function as a reference number to make the enrollment fee payment.
The enrollment fee payment can be made at the cashier at La Paz through the following paying methods:
- Nominative check payable to FUNDACIÓN COLEGIO AMERICANO DE PUEBLA
- Visa and Master Card credit or debit cards (a commission of 1.8% will apply)
- American Express (a commission of 3% will apply)
Attend the informative session on the designated date.