Stay In Touch And Visit The School

Whether you are an ASH graduate, former student, faculty member, family or friend, we welcome you to the ASH Alumni Association. We value every person who has shared in our school and community life, and want to continue that feeling of family once you have moved on to your next adventure.
Be sure to stay in touch with us and get involved in this great part of the ASH community. We value all of our Alumni and are always happy to hear what you have been up to, so please feel free to email us with all of your adventures and current information.

If you would like to visit American School of The Hague, we ask that you kindly inform us in advance and make an appointment. All visitors need to be accompanied when on the campus, and you will need to sign in/out when entering/exiting the building. A representative from the Alumni Association will collect you at reception area at the main entrance to the building. Visitors are required to wear the School-supplied Identification (ID) badge at all times when on the campus, which you must return to our reception before you leave the building.

We look forward to welcoming you back to ASH, and hope you stay in touch!

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Keeping in Touch

Our world today offers so many ways to connect with people that sometimes it’s hard to keep track.  You can easily keep in touch with the ASH Alumni Association by sharing your email with us, and contacting us at We have over 12,000 names in our Alumni database, and are happy to help you find that long lost friend, beloved teacher or favorite former colleague.
You can also keep in touch through our Facebook page, where we are connected with Alumni students, faculty and friends. There are many class groups on Facebook as well, ranging from the early 1970’s to our current graduating class. We post all of our latest updates, news and events on the school website and Facebook page, so be sure to follow us on both platforms.
University preparatory program for ages 3-18. Accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges - Commission on International Education (NEASC-CIE), following the personalized ACE Learning pathway of NEASC-CIE.

American School of The Hague