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AES 65th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION
posted 20 February 2018

Congratulations and Happy Anniversary, AES!

Thank you to our AES alumni who attended the celebration week
and shared their photos with us:
Sunaina Suneja (Class of 1975)
Hirofumi Suda (Class of 2002)


STUDENT FORMATION
posted 16 February 2018

All students, faculty and staff gathered on Tiger Turf to form a "65" in honor of AES' 65th Anniversary.



SUKHBIR DA-DHABA
posted 12 February 2018

For India Week at the American Embassy School, "Sukhbir-da-dhaba" opened a new stand this past Friday morning! Da-dhabas
are food stands and normally serve foods
and teas, particularly teas in a glass with
lots of sugar. Come one, come all!

Photo courtesy of Kshitij Ahuja (AES Faculty)


AES ALUMNI NEW YORK MEET
posted 10 February 2018

Congratulations AES on your 65th anniversary and thank you for host-
ing your NY AIS/AES family!
- From Akash Shah (Class of 2002)

Click here to see more photos of the gathering.



ANOTHER MILESTONE
posted 9 February 2018

FIVE YEARS


CLASS OF 1975 DINNER
posted 9 February 2018

Sunaina Suneja (Class of 1975) hosted an AES alumni dinner two nights ago at the India International Center. Alumni, seated from left to right, are Ruxanna and her husband, Ghafoor Wahid ('74); Sunaina; Maura Moynihan ('75); Anil Narain ('75) and his wife, Smita. Later on, Alexandra Campbell (2008) joined the group. Alexandra is the daughter of Brian Campbell ('77) and the third generation of the Campbell Family to attend AES.

Photo courtesy of Anil Narain. Please click on it for enlargement.


UPCOMING AES ALUMNI GATHERING IN NEW YORK
posted 5 February 2018

I am the new School Director. These past few months I have been learning about the school, its culture and also about Delhi and India. Two defining charac-
teristics of the AES community that I've learned in my brief time here are, first, it is a very wel-
coming community. Truly, it can be daunting to move to a new country and culture; but the AES community welcomes and supports newcomers like few other international schools in the world. Read more from Mr. Laney and about the upcoming New York alumni gathering.


AES 65th ANNIVERSARY
posted 2 February 2018

More information is available now on activities and events during
AES' 65th Anniversary week -- 12-16 February 2018. All AIS/AES alumni are invited! If you are able to attend, please fill out the on-
line registration form
: https://goo.gl/forms/97uVlRXYkkpoOk3N2

Please click on images below to view enlarged.


MEETING AES DIRECTOR, JIM LANEY
posted 1 February 2018

Local AIS/AES Alumni Association Board Members, Mary Williamson ('74), Suzanne Fricke ('972), and Jason Becker ('89) met with AES Director, Jim Laney at Mrs. K's, where they enjoyed a wonderful lunch and then toured the historic building. The informal meeting gave them a chance to share stories of AIS/AES, past and present, and to give Jim an opportunity to learn more about the alumni community.

Please click here to read more and see additional photos.


SAD NEWS
posted 30 January 2018

We received the sad news that Alfie Campbell, matriarch of the AIS/AES Campbell Families, peacefully passed away Monday (29 JAN 2018) surrounded by family. Mrs. Campbell was a substitute teacher and a school board member.
She was very much loved by students, faculty
and everyone. Our thoughts, love, and prayers go out to all the Campbell Families. Rest in peace, Mrs. Campbell.


2017 CROSS COUNTRY TRIP
posted 23 January 2018

Reed Finfrock (Class of 1965) shares with us some adventures of his cross country trip last summer, July 2017.

I am home! And, glad to be here. You never realize what a castle your home is until you spend seven weeks sleeping in some very sketchy motels or even worse campgrounds. I'm glad I did the trip, but I will most likely never do another. I rode 4,120 miles, some of it being completely lost.

Read more from Reed Finfrock


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2Jan2018//New-Year Message
Annual Dues Information

We are a non-profit association, which exists to help keep our AIS/AES Community together and to help promote reunions and other activities. We also host our all-school AIS/AES Reunions every 5 years, where all alumni (whether they graduated from our school or not), faculty, staff and family members are invited. Your donations enable us to keep the association and our website alive, as well as help with the start-up costs of our AIS/AES Reunions. We recommend a donation of $25/year; however, we are grateful for any contributions!
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YEARBOOKS
2016 Yearbook Cover
Click here to find over five decades of AIS and AES Yearbooks published by our school, beginning school year 1960-1961. Each yearbook is complete in PDF format for easy, free downloading.


BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Do you know who your AIS/AES Alumni Association board members are?
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THEN AND NOW

Experience the enjoyment felt by many AIS/AES alumni who returned to Delhi and visited the school! Thank you for sharing your photos with us!


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