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16-19 June 2005, Washington DC
Photos and YouTube clip of the Band: The Was That Never
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"I have to say that attending this summer's reunion was most definitely a fabulous experience. The connection was instantaneous and it was an opportunity not only to reconnect with old friends but also to make new friends. Read more from Ritu Mehta.
"i had such a blast at the reunion this year!!! too bad none of my classmates showed up....even the ones that said they WOULD....never mind!!! i met some fantastic people at this one from some of the older classes....even people who knew my aunt lana back in the 60's, when she attended AIS....it is true what other AIS/AES'rs say about the bond that we all have....it never dies...." Read more from Lisa Windle Cleveland
"What a weekend! As a member of class of 1975 – a member fortunate enough to graduate from AIS, also known as Hindi High, the recent AIS/AES reunion was technically my 30th. But thanks to KC’s tireless efforts, AISers get to see everyone from ’61 to ’04 and that is a special feature of our alumni association." Read more from Maura Monynihan.
"I carry those Delhi days inside me always, and try - in my modern American urban high school, to introduce a bit of Paul Haines and Helen Brown into the lives of 1,230 Asheville High School students, whenever and however I can. But mostly those days and those memories live inside my heart." Read more from Peggy Weaver, AIS class of 1972.
"I have read some of the other schoolmate’s comments, and would agree that we all had something very special in the way we handled our situations, and how we matured through the process. The bonds that we have made with each other, whether the class of ’62 or the class of ’82, are unbreakable." Read more from Brian Grimm, AIS class of 1969.
"I followed the reunion via the website as much as possible, and in spirit was there. It sure looks like everyone had a great time." Read more from Pete Silman, AIS class of 1970.
"To all who have come to celebrate the years at AS/AIS/AES: GREETINGS! And especially to the exclusive few who attended the school in the old Taj Barracks on Janpath. You are special people indeed and should be going around with badges proclaiming your “grace under fire”." Read more from faculty emeritus Jacquelin Singh.