Alumni Network

Time spent at AOSR is unforgettable. Our rich alumni network spans across more than 47 countries. Former students remain part of the global AOSR community. Alumni impact the world as Olympic athletes, Grammy winning composers, professors, published authors, doctors, lawyers, and scientists. 

 

Our motto: "Once a Falcon, always a Falcon" is something all our Alumni truly believe in, because AOSR stays in your heart forever. 


 


 

Our Alumni Network Spans Over 47 Countries

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Argentina
Australia
Austria
Bahrain
Bangladesh
Belgium
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Brazil
Canada
China
Czech Republic
Denmark
France
Germany
Greece
Guatemala
India
Ireland
Israel
Italy
Japan
Latvia
Mexico
Netherlands
New Zealand
Norway
Singapore
Slovenia
South Africa
South Korea
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Tanzania
Thailand
Turkey
UAE
United Kingdom
United States
Ms. Rossetti, 2 Children at AOSR

We’ll never forget the sweetness and professionalism of Ms. Kristen and still resonate in my mind some very deep caring thinking about my son. And Jane Rumsby, love at first sight! Her innovative method , the passion for her job can’t be never forgotten

-  Ms. Rossetti, 2 Children at AOSR

Franzi N, Class of 2012

Upon graduating from AOSR, I moved to Boston, Massachusetts to pursue a Bachelor’s degree in Human Services at Northeastern University. After graduating from Northeastern University, I started at Suffolk University Law School and I am now a licensed attorney in Massachusetts. Not only did AOSR prepare me for the American curriculum in my undergraduate studies and in law school, but it gave me invaluable cultural experiences that have helped me advance in both my professional and personal life. I grew up in the AOSR community and spent 10 years experiencing different cultures and learning about differing opinions from all walks of life. I have a unique insight to how culture plays into a person’s life story, and how it impacts their development as an adult, because of the natural way that AOSR includes culture into everyday life. I was never truly aware of how unique this was until I left AOSR. I am grateful for my AOSR community helping me get to where I am today and cheering me on every step of the way.

-  Franzi, Class of 2012

John G.

I consider donations a way to acknowledge & honor what AOSR has made possible for me by means of classroom experiences, field trips & personal encounters. The school shaped a personal platform that enabled my getting into Yale for graduate work. 2 other schoolmates of my time in Rome also got Ivy League PhDs. I’ll bet they have similar testimonies. 

-  John G, 1950's

 

John G

I am now an 82-year old college professor in retirement where I can indulge retrospections of the elements that have shaped me over the years. Chief among these were the years spent at (A)OSR from 1952 to 1954. I made real friendships with many other students. The spirit of the place is still very much like that of OSR in the 50s. So, you see, at OSR seeds were planted whose fruits no one could have then predicted. But I'm most grateful for how they have continued to nourish and sustain me. I hope my account captures a sense of what OSR did for me.

-  John, 1952-1954

Once a Falcon, Always a Falcon


 


 

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