* Head of School Community Coffee will occur weekly throughout the year. Parents are encouraged to come and share their thoughts, ask questions, and connect with other parents. Once each month there will be a presentation.
AST welcomes four new American teachers to the team
This year we welcome four new teachers from the United States.
· Grade two – Annette Hynes. Ms. Hynes joins us most recently from Colorado, prior to which she spent four years at the Mont Kiara School in Malaysia. With an MA and many years experience as teacher, Literacy Coach, and ELL instructor, she brings a depth of knowledge to her classroom practice.
· Grade three - Carrie Rohrer. Ms. Rohrer joins us from a year of travel, during which she realized she wants to continue to live overseas. With nine years in Elementary classrooms, she brings a wealth of strategies and experience to her teaching.
· Secondary Language Arts and Drama – Rebecca Zwisler. Ms. Zwiseler joins us from Arlington, Virginia. With an MA, and experience in both Language Arts instruction and Drama, we look forward to the rebirth of the AST Dramatic Society.
· Secondary Mathematics and Science – Shiloh Powers. Ms. Powers comes to us from a project-based learning school in Oregon. With degrees in Math, Spanish, and Curriculum, Ms. Powers employs highly interactive strategies, integrating math and science learning.
We extend a warm welcome to these newest members of the AST Community.
Fundraiser for AST Arts a Huge Success
The weekend of August 21-22 saw a fun-packed series of events for theater enthusiasts. Madison Cox organized a fundraiser to benefit the arts at AST, as well as for the American legation, and the Memoires d’Avenir Cooperative. The main event was a reading at the Villa Leon L’Africain of Suddenly Last Summer directed by Rob Ashford (Director of the recent remake of the movie Cinderella), and a cast of Broadway actors/actresses including Ruth Wilson, Linda Lavin and Tom Bateman, who brought the concept of a play reading to new heights.The two other signature events were an evening reception at the American Legation, and a picnic lunch at the McBey Sea House, a special location bequeathed to AST by Margaret McBey.
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The Mission of the American
School of Tangier is to equip our students with the tools and knowledge to
become successful, global citizens in a creative, community environment.
AST will fulfill this mission by providing:
• An American style education with a thorough grounding in the liberal arts, sciences, and technology
• Highly competitive preparation for university acceptance around the world, especially American universities
• A commitment to lifelong personal development
• Professional faculty dedicated to providing the best practices in instruction, research, and understanding
• Community leadership that inspires responsibility, open-mindedness, empathy, and resilience
AST will be successful when its students and faculty inspire lives of character, leadership, and service for the city, the country, and the world.
Welcome to the American School of Tangier (AST). For sixty years, our school has been an anchor of learning and culture in northern Morocco. With college acceptances that span North America, the European Union, and United Kingdom, AST is the choice of parents in the region who want a global education for their children.
From age 3 through 18, AST provides a quality American-style education that provides strong values and meaningful educational expectations. As you navigate this website, know that we are always available to answer questions you may have. Thank you for your interest in AST and we hope to see you on campus in the near future.
The American School of Tangier is one of two schools, along with the American School of Marrakech, governed by the American School of Tangier, a United States non-profit corporation duly registered in Morocco. AST and ASM are two of five schools recognized under the bilateral treaty signed by the US and Morocco.Ambassador...Read more...