Tepeyac is the literary magazine of Juan Diego Catholic High School. It seeks to publish outstanding and innovative stories, essays and poems along with interviews and book reviews by students at the school. Tepeyac serves as a forum for thoughtful, creative discourse on a broad range of issues, ideas, and literature.
Named after the hill in contemporary Mexico City where the Virgen de Guadalupe appeared to Juan Diego, Tepeyac seeks to engage the community in art that promotes Mexican mestizo traditions alongside the Catholic faith.
We meet every Monday after school in Room C209. Come join us!