Reflections on his 14 year journey here at AISG
我们很高兴能够让您与我们在世界各地的校友网络互联（前学生、教职员工），他们都与您一样曾经在 AISG度过重要的时光 。
感谢你们让 AISG 成为国际教育的领导者，我们为此感到骄傲。
Reflections on her proudest accomplishments, biggest challenges, and valuable lessons learning
Rebecca Harwood is an accomplished individual who has excelled in both academics and ...
Reflections on her achievements and the positive impact she has made at AISG.
Congratulations to the 2022 recipient of the AISG Alumni Award, Thomas Huang!
StuCo President shares how she feels about her time and studies here at AISG.
Shares her experience at school and how education at AISG prepared her for future success.
A Ram since 2007, he shares his everlasting memories at AISG and his future goals he wants to achieve
Reflection on her plans to pursue her passion in business and how AISG has impacted her life
Reflections about his journey and involvement as part of our RamNation
The GenCo Secretary shares her experience at AISG
Founder and coordinator of Rams Reception reflects on his time at AISG
Reflections on her ambition to become a successful artist and storyteller
The winner of the Scott Mohr Award shares his experience at AISG and his future aspirations
Reflections on her plans to pursue her passions, how AISG has impacted her life, and her advice to current students
The NHS president tell us how AISG inspired her future aspirations
Reflections on senior year, university ambitions, and life lessons from her time at AISG
The Executive Council President reflects on his time at AISG
Our summer student spotlight series highlights our diverse Class of 2020 and how AISG impacted their lives and what they plan to do next. This spotlight is about Miku Makino who joined AISG from Japan five years ago and is headed to Boston University to study economics.
Our summer student spotlight series highlights our diverse Class of 2020 and how AISG has impacted their lives and what they plan to do next. This spotlight is about Gabriel Jongmin Kim who was President of Economic and Social Council at Seoul Model United Nations during his senior year and is passionate about global issues.
Our summer student spotlight series highlights our diverse Class of 2020 and how AISG has impacted their lives and what they plan to do next. This spotlight is about Elizabeth Abigail Paras who recaps her senior year and shares her plans to pursue her passion in journalism at her dream school.
Duncan and Bernadette FitzGerald chose AISG because they liked the people and the welcome it gave their family. As they prepare to head to a new challenge in Germany, they discuss how life changed for them and their two children, Robbie and Edie, over the past five years.
Simone and Nathan Lieschke and daughter Abigail thrived during their time at AISG. As they leave for a new adventure in Singapore, they explain how their 11 years here helped the whole family grow.
After eight years as a counselor at AISG, Jenny Ostermiller is taking her talents to the American School in Japan this fall. Before she leaves, she chats about small apartments, bachelor degrees and what she will miss about Guangzhou.
In 2001, Julie Lindsay and Andrew Sinclair made their first move to AISG, where Julie took the post of Elementary Homeroom Teacher and Andrew started as an English teacher. The couple left for a United Nations school in Syria in 2004 and returned to AISG in 2015. Ahead of their move to Mumbai, Julie and Andrew explain how they enjoyed AISG so much, they worked here twice!
After a wonderful six years at AISG, Will and Laura Tragert and their kids, Owen, Ella and Lucy head to a new life in Germany. They will be taking their love of AISG – and some close friends with them.
As elementary school teacher Jenny Su retires, she tells how a conversation 19 years ago brought her to a rewarding new Career in teaching. From lab specialist to Mandarin teacher, Jenny's passion was awakened at AISG and lasted for nearly two decades.
The Jacobsens arrived in Guangzhou in 2008, when subway was the only western food outlet and Er Sha was still wild and overgrown. Eleven years and lots of change later, it’s time for Karen, Glenn, and their children, Aaliyah, Josiah and Angelica to return to Canada.
Director of Athletics and Activities, Mark Elliott, and wife Suzanne, a former AISG EAL teacher, are heading to the U.S. Here they discuss their move, raising their two children around the world (son Andrew, class of ’16, daughter Sophie, class of ’19), and offer some final advice to students and alumni.
Frances Chang from the Class of 2012 credits an AISG class for igniting her passion for psychology, which eventually led her to Harvard - and now, a local initiative in Washington, D.C., supporting underprivileged families with young kids. We caught up with her to see what she’s been up to lately!
Betty lin, head of visual and performing arts at AISG, holds a special place in her students’ hearts, which is why they organized a unique send-off ahead of her upcoming move to peru.
GRADUATE ANDREW ELLIOTT (‘16) REFLECTS ON AN UNFORGETTABLE SUMMER, THANKS TO A LIFE-CHANGING FELLOWSHIP FOR YOUNG LEADERS.
Creative spirit Tammy Hong ('14) is blending her love of art and history to carve out a niche for herslef.
While the entire school community is sad to see our Director go, we’re happy and grateful for all that she leaves behind
联系我们我们期盼您参与我们举办的校友活动，并帮助学校传递校友活动信息。我们也非常希望通过我们的校友社交媒体页面与您保持联系，以便我们与 AISG 大家庭分享您的成功故事，并让您了解即未来的校友活动、校友相关信息、以及计划回校的详细信息等！
"My years at AISG helped me realize that I enjoy communicating with people and organizing events, making the school a welcoming and entertaining place for students. "
-- Lynn Maekawa, Class of 2017, attended Keio University
"I never realized how many opportunities I got at AISG until I went to university and met friends who had a very different experience with their schooling. China Trips... Traveling to Korea for APAC Choir... That's an awesome thing. Not many people can say they've had those experiences at school.”
-- Natalie Lim, Class of 2014, attended University of New South Wales
“It's ok to be different. It's ok to have different interests. It's really, really great to have a passion for something. If you want to perform, if you want to be a musician, a singer or an actor then you should work on that. Put all your effort into doing what you can, to get to where you want to be... You can always learn more. The more you know, the better you get, and the more fun it becomes. “
--Pippa Rous, Class of 2016, attended Newcastle University
“My father taught me all I know. Rather than discouraging me from becoming a musician, he encouraged me to do whatever made me happy. That’s how it started.”
--Brandon Bott, Class of 2015, attended Northern Illinois University