The Plymouth High School AFS chapter is one of the most active in the state, hosting 85 students from 30 different countries since 2008-09. AFS, a partnership of volunteer-based nonprofit organizations fostering intercultural engagement, named PHS one of its 100 Top Schools in 2013, 2014 and 2015.
2016-17 AFS students at PHS
Abdulrahman Alrabia of Saudi Arabia, staying with host family Melinda and Bill McCreedy
Andrea Roncatt of Italy, staying with host family Stephanie and Matt Back
Aurora Bosia of Italy, staying with host family Diane and Patrick Gafney
Cedrik Schamberger of Germany, staying with host family Clare and Jim Sedlacek
Davis Dejus of Latvia, staying with host family Melinda and Bill McCreedy
Helena Gaisrucker of Austria, staying with host family Sandra and Chad Lutzke
Leander Leinen of Germany, staying with host family Ann and Lee Smith
Lovisa Brynjarsdottir of Iceland, staying with host family Julie and Keith Carbaugh
Matilde Baptista da Silva of Portugal, staying with host family Caren and Mark Johnson
Nazla Siregar of Indonesia, staying with host family Lori and Bruce Woelfel
Norika Higuchi of Japan, staying with host family Gail and Tayfun Ozbaki
Valisa Osmani of Kosovo, staying with host family Ann and Jon Weeden
We need you!
This is what an AFS year looks like
Be a host family: More than providing a bed and meals, AFS host families welcome a new member into their home, share their everyday lives, and grow as they get to know one another.
Be a liaison: Liaisons are volunteers identified as the primary contact for each host family and individual AFS participant for the duration of his or her program.
Be an AFS student: Spend a year studying abroad in one of more than 50 AFS countries.
Learn more: Contact Clare Sedlacek at email@example.com.
Countries represented by AFS students at PHS
2016-17: Austria, Germany, Iceland, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Kosovo, Latvia, Portugal, Saudi Arabia
2015-16: Argentina, Australia, Denmark, Germany, Hong Kong, Jordan, Moldova, Spain, Turkey