PHS AFS students

Photo by Clare Sedlacek

AFS students to talk about their countries

Posted January 30, 2017

AFS foreign-exchange students at Plymouth High School again will share information about their home countries with the public.

The next presentation will begin at 3:30 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 12, at Generations, 1500 Douglas Drive, Plymouth. Presenting will be Abdulrahman Alrabia of Saudi Arabia, Aurora Bosia of Italy, Matilde Passanha of Portugal and Valisa Osmani of Kosovo. Time for questions and mingling will follow the presentations.

Mark your calendar: The final 2016-17 presentation will be April 9.

PHS is hosting 12 students this year, from Austria, Germany, Iceland, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Kosovo, Latvia, Portugal, Saudi Arabia. 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.

Learn more:
Visit the PHS AFS webpage.
• View a flier about the AFS presentations.
• Check out the Innovative Opportunities section of our District Report Card to learn more about the unparalleled opportunities for international experiences available to our students.