COLLEGES VISIT OUR CAMPUS
Colleges from all over the world will be visiting our campus in the next few months. This is a great opportunity for our students to be exposed to all that these institutions of higher learning have to offer. Already in August our counseling office have arranged to have college representatives from Bentley University, Johnson & Wales, Roger Williams, Salve Regina, University of Rhode Island, Augustana College, IE, Jacobs, Modul, Ecole Lousanne, and we have only just begun our school year. Please stay tuned to our upcoming college fair announcements,or you can contact our AST Counseling Department at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
THE OPERATION SMILE CEO PAID A VISIT TO AST
The Operation Smile CEO and co-founder, Dr. William Magee, was in town and paid a visit to our campus. In March, the Operation Smile Club at AST held a fundraiser called Miles for Smiles. The sum of the funds collected Lps. 1000,000.00 was presented to this international medical charity.
Alianza Francesa and AST Sign an Allegiance
Alianza Francesa de Tegucigalpa representatives along with the honorable Mr. Pierre-Christian Soccoja, the Ambassador of France, visited our campus for the purpose of signing an alliance, joining forces to educate the leaders of tomorrow. Present for this memorable occasion were Ms. Alix Cruz( AF Curriculum Director), Dr. Aristides Mejía (AF Board President), Mr. Joffrey Nanquette, Mrs. Liliana Jenkins (AST Superintendent) and Mrs. María Motz (HS Principal).
AST CELEBRATES OUR NATIONAL INDEPENDENCE
Throughout the month of September, AST is bustling with activities to celebrate our country’s independence. Earlier in the month, our STUCO celebrated Flag Day by having an honor squad march with the flag in front of all middle school and high school. The band was on hand to play the national anthem as the honor squad raised the flag up the post. STUCO invited a panel of prominent ladies who are known for their success in various local industries. They spoke to our students about how important an education is and that if they study abroad, how it is their civic duty to return to Honduras with their college degrees.
Elementary School had the Independence Day Assembly. They invited the cadets from the Francisco Morazán Military Academy. They marched in front of the entire elementary school and did a fantastic routine that amazed all the spectators. Various groups in elementary school had special presentations which had to do with our National Symbols.
Pre-School had their Independence Day Parade. They had cheerleaders, baton twirlers, students dressed as our national heroes, etc. The middle school band marched at the head of the parade.