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AIS friends are forever

The more things change, the more they remain the same
NHS at AIS 1965
NHS at AIS 1965

Reviewing the recent alumni Zoom get-together, a glimpse of the rocks reminded me of this photo from the 1965 yearbook. It's a pleasure to see the small bits of the original "new" buildings and grounds, and to see such amazing interior and exterior learning spaces now available to students, families and staff. The comments from Dr. Hetzel and Dr. Vera Garg assure me that the school is still international and respectful of all.

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