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Winter Shopping for a Good Cause

ASF kicked off the Holiday season with its traditional Holiday Bazaar welcoming all our visitors with winter cheer and snow! The hallways of the WEC were full of delicious food and more than a hundred and twenty vendors presented seasonal gifts for all ages in a beautiful holiday atmosphere. 

50 Years of Art and Transformation

The Art Fair, held every second Saturday of November at ASF, is one of our most anticipated family events and the PA’s biggest fundraiser. This year, we proudly celebrated its Golden Anniversary, as 50 years ago, the first fair was held in the U.S. Embassy Residence gardens. To pay homage to how far we’ve come, this year’s theme was “Transformation”, which helped us explore how the fair has evolved over the years.

ASF GNP 17th Annual Golf Tournament

Alumni, parents, staff and golf enthusiasts came together to participate in our 17th Annual Golf Tournament. This is a tradition within our community and an event that happens once a year with the purpose of fundraising for our Annual Fund for Financial Aid. Thanks to these initiatives 16% of our students have financial aid with an average of 50% discount.

ASF is Now an Eco-School

ASF recently signed an agreement with Eco-Schools, committing to follow the seven-step change process during the next 11 months in an attempt to receive a Green Flag. To succeed, the program requires full support from both the leadership team and the Board. The active participation of staff is essential, as is the long-term commitment and willingness to involve students in decision-making.

ASF Excels at ASOMEX

Our teams performed well during the tournament. Three teams made it to the finals with two winning the championship. To all the coaches of the teams and to all the A&EL personnel who volunteered (most with vim and vigor) this was an ASOMEX to be very proud of.

ASF Gets Spooky!

Gals and ghouls roamed ASF on November 1, showing off their spookiest attire… From vampires, witches and werewolves, to retro robots, headless creatures and deceased royals like Marie Antoinette, complete with an offering of bloody macarons, strutted their stuff from the ECC to the US, in an attempt to impress a panel of judges and get their trick-or-treat on.

ASF at a Glance

  • 405

    students receive Financial Aid
  • 40+

  • 2,500+

    students from K1 to grade 12
  • 28+

    organized school activities
  • 59.90%

    teachers with graduate degrees
  • Since 1888

    130 years educating global citizens for a changing world
  • First

    accredited American school outside USA

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