Exchange students arrive for school year


Submitted photos Eighteen of the 25 AFS Miami Valley high school exchange students from around the world arrived in Dayton recently, where they met their host families and their AFS volunteers for the first time.


They will be taking classes with their American peers and become members of their schools’ sports teams, clubs, and music groups along with the other extra-curricular actives their schools offer. For information about the AFS Exchange Student Program, contact Dayton Area AFS Hosting Coordinator Marla Gamble at mjgceramic@aol.com.


They will be taking classes with their American peers and become members of their schools’ sports teams, clubs, and music groups along with the other extra-curricular actives their schools offer. For information about the AFS Exchange Student Program, contact Dayton Area AFS Hosting Coordinator Marla Gamble at mjgceramic@aol.com.


This year’s Dayton Area AFS group includes students from Austria, Chile, China, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Mali, The Philippines, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland. They will be attending high school throughout the area including: Springboro, Kettering Fairmont, Centerville, Fairborn, Kenton Ridge (Springfield), Tippecanoe, Archbishop Alter, Waynesville, Carroll, Wayne, Cedarville, Sidney, and Clinton Massie for the entire 2016-17 school year.


Submitted photos

Eighteen of the 25 AFS Miami Valley high school exchange students from around the world arrived in Dayton recently, where they met their host families and their AFS volunteers for the first time.

They will be taking classes with their American peers and become members of their schools’ sports teams, clubs, and music groups along with the other extra-curricular actives their schools offer. For information about the AFS Exchange Student Program, contact Dayton Area AFS Hosting Coordinator Marla Gamble at mjgceramic@aol.com.

They will be taking classes with their American peers and become members of their schools’ sports teams, clubs, and music groups along with the other extra-curricular actives their schools offer. For information about the AFS Exchange Student Program, contact Dayton Area AFS Hosting Coordinator Marla Gamble at mjgceramic@aol.com.

This year’s Dayton Area AFS group includes students from Austria, Chile, China, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Mali, The Philippines, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland. They will be attending high school throughout the area including: Springboro, Kettering Fairmont, Centerville, Fairborn, Kenton Ridge (Springfield), Tippecanoe, Archbishop Alter, Waynesville, Carroll, Wayne, Cedarville, Sidney, and Clinton Massie for the entire 2016-17 school year.

Submitted photos Eighteen of the 25 AFS Miami Valley high school exchange students from around the world arrived in Dayton recently, where they met their host families and their AFS volunteers for the first time.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/49/2016/08/web1_entire-group.jpegSubmitted photos Eighteen of the 25 AFS Miami Valley high school exchange students from around the world arrived in Dayton recently, where they met their host families and their AFS volunteers for the first time.

They will be taking classes with their American peers and become members of their schools’ sports teams, clubs, and music groups along with the other extra-curricular actives their schools offer. For information about the AFS Exchange Student Program, contact Dayton Area AFS Hosting Coordinator Marla Gamble at mjgceramic@aol.com.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/49/2016/08/web1_IMG_3924.jpegThey will be taking classes with their American peers and become members of their schools’ sports teams, clubs, and music groups along with the other extra-curricular actives their schools offer. For information about the AFS Exchange Student Program, contact Dayton Area AFS Hosting Coordinator Marla Gamble at mjgceramic@aol.com.

They will be taking classes with their American peers and become members of their schools’ sports teams, clubs, and music groups along with the other extra-curricular actives their schools offer. For information about the AFS Exchange Student Program, contact Dayton Area AFS Hosting Coordinator Marla Gamble at mjgceramic@aol.com.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/49/2016/08/web1_IMG_3926.jpegThey will be taking classes with their American peers and become members of their schools’ sports teams, clubs, and music groups along with the other extra-curricular actives their schools offer. For information about the AFS Exchange Student Program, contact Dayton Area AFS Hosting Coordinator Marla Gamble at mjgceramic@aol.com.

This year’s Dayton Area AFS group includes students from Austria, Chile, China, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Mali, The Philippines, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland. They will be attending high school throughout the area including: Springboro, Kettering Fairmont, Centerville, Fairborn, Kenton Ridge (Springfield), Tippecanoe, Archbishop Alter, Waynesville, Carroll, Wayne, Cedarville, Sidney, and Clinton Massie for the entire 2016-17 school year.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/49/2016/08/web1_IMG_3936.jpegThis year’s Dayton Area AFS group includes students from Austria, Chile, China, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Mali, The Philippines, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland. They will be attending high school throughout the area including: Springboro, Kettering Fairmont, Centerville, Fairborn, Kenton Ridge (Springfield), Tippecanoe, Archbishop Alter, Waynesville, Carroll, Wayne, Cedarville, Sidney, and Clinton Massie for the entire 2016-17 school year.