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American International School of Kabul (AISK)
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American International School of Kabul (AISK)


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Emmanuel Gunaratnam 10-Jun-2012 06:55
Hi! Amir. I bought a book "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow by Washington Irwing from a second hand bookshop in Colombo, Sri Lanka. The book was from the AISK library. It found it's way to St. Joseph's College Library in Colombo Sri Lanka on 29.1.1997. Were there any Sri lankans (or from Ceylon, as Sri lanka was earlier known) at AISk whom you would remember? Shall wait for you.
Amir06-Apr-2012 03:12
This is the school I went to in 1969. I loved the Afghan people. I am a white boy from Arizona and lived two years in Kabul...2nd and 3rd grade. I had the best time of my life. I remember the hindu kush mountains and travelling all around Bamyan Bandiamir valley. I really wish to return someday, but my government has ruined it for me. Please, Afghan people, there are a lot of us who love you and care about you. I hope my cook Amir and his helper Miralli are OK.
laila 13-Sep-2007 10:53
Wow this is a very beautiful place i realy like it i wish i was there to study.
our people is very dum!!! coz they dont care about our country and they tease their country.
we suold be proud that we still have something like a history in our country.
look at the big playground, look at the snowi mountains oh its wonderful place.
Niki 10-Jan-2007 03:39
How long has this been there? I went to an "American International School" when I lived in Afghanistan from 1958-1961. This probably wasn't it, but it looks vaguely familiar. NICE photos, by the way!
Siddiq 27-May-2006 13:49
Is this a form or shcool. the Russians, French and German used to build schools in Afghanistan better than wealthiest USA.
Dianne 21-Dec-2005 16:04
Is this where American contractors train Afghanis?