Giving

Your Vision and Generosity will build the future of AOSR

Supporting AOSR means making a lasting impact on our international community. We are infinitely grateful to donors who create opportunities and experiences for students now and for years to come.

Past generous donations have helped us:

  • create our Makerslab;
  • renovate our Elementary School Library;
  • improve our playgrounds;
  • and offer important cultural learning trips for our students.

There is still more to be done. In 2023/24, our primary focus is the much-needed renovation of the historic Villa.  Or, your donation to AOSR may also have an immediate impact on our students' experience.  How you wish to contribute is up to you.  We are most grateful for all donor support.

A donation to our American international school is one that will have an immediate positive impact on the student experience and will also reinforce the spirit of generosity and involvement in learning that our community members exemplify every day.

With deep appreciation,

Dr. Kristen DiMatteo

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Bank transfer donations

 

If you'd like to make a donation via bank transfer, check or by cash please contact communications@aosr.org and we will send you the necessary information to make a transfer.


 

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 was my time at (A)OSR from 1952 to 1954, where I made real friendships with many other students. I could go on about what OSR did for me, in particular, how I have been impacted by my teachers still to this day. I make donations to AOSR, because I hope that AOSR can continue to provide catalytic experiences for all of its students, as it did for me. 

-  Alumnus, John, Class of 1954

A student builds a molecular structure in a science lab