Revisiting and Reuniting
From the moment the campus opened for the 2019-2020 school year and welcomed back our international student learning community, we were contacted on a weekly basis by alumni who wish to come back and visit their old stomping grounds. These past 6 months alone have seen nearly 20 alumni visitors return to visit ASH.
Most of our visitors are former students, however, we are fortunate to have parents of alumni eager to visit us as well. No matter if they were part of the ASH community for a few months or years, each brings with them many fond memories of the experiences they shared in the classroom, with friends, and beyond. Below are just a few photos of our past visitors:

Former staff Jorge reunited with Laurie and David, Class of 1974 and 1975

Enow, Class of 2016 revisits his time as the ASH mascot

Erik, Class of 2000, reconnects with one of his favorite teachers Victor

We are also thankful to have a very active local staff alumni group, who visit ASH regularily as volunteers, subsitute teachers, take tours with former students, and get together regularily to reconnect and share their unique #ashexperience. Their enthusiasm to reconnect is evident by their smiling faces below.


Whether you are an ASH graduate, former student, faculty member, family or friend, 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 email us at to let us know when you would like to visit ASH!


We build a better world as we become better human beings, hear and value every voice, keep every promise, and celebrate every achievement. 


We are determined to create a school where everyone is confident and able to take control of their own learning, and the world is our classroom.