American School of Paris - Alumni - 2018 Homecoming

Do you remember when?


Since its establishment in 1946, there have been numerous transitions at ASP from location changes, new construction, and the addition of new classes to the indirect impacts of the ever-changing world on ASP as an international school. Nonetheless, the school's mission and its focus as an international family-oriented community was steadfast, and still holds true today.

ASP Through the Decades, a special taste of life on campus and off throughout each period of our school's existence, was developed expressly for the 2018 Homecoming by a creative team of alumni and current ASP students and parents, and faculty and staff members, each of whom brought their unique talents and recollections to the project. A large showing of community members lent their pieces of memorabilia to help elaborate the exhibits.

Homecoming attendees of all ages enjoyed a poignant and varied retrospective look at the world, France, and ASP over the years since the school was founded in 1946. This walk down memory lane allowed alumni to reconnect to their youth and step back into their time at ASP. Current families enjoyed seeing many familiar faces and places in earlier incarnations. 


ASP Through the Decades featured a unique multimedia experience featuring music, video, photos, an interactive timeline, pop culture memorabilia, a sitting room with the ASP yearbook collection, fun fashion, a tribute to beloved teachers, and more

Continue delving into the history of ASP with an interactive timeline. By clicking on the tab below, you can retrace ASP's rich history thanks to the compelling narrative paired with timeless photos. It's a wonderful story, from it's beginning and still today.

Gone but not Forgotten

Here are just some of the many devoted ASP employees, faculty and staff, who worked with our students and who have left us.  We remember them all. The quotes are largely taken from the school's yearbooks, social media and other publications. If you have any memories you'd like to share, please do submit a class note

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