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  • Bonn American High School


    Bonn American High School's main entrance at 14 Martin Luther King, Jr Strasse. The school sign, replaced in the early 1980s, was designed by Dave Jessop, Class of 1982. American Housing Community apartment building in PlittersdorfBonn American High School (BAHS) was an American international school located in Bonn, Germany. Among the thirty-four American high schools opened in Germany by the United States Government (USG) during the Post-War period, Bonn American High School (BAHS) was unique in that it was the only school in the world built and owned by the U.S. Department of State. Developed out of an elementary school that originally opened in 1952, it was intended to support the families of personnel at the U.S. Embassy – which grew to become the largest U.S. Embassy in the world with over 900 Americans and 600 local staff – in Bonn, West Germany, then the linchpin of the West's engagement during the Cold War. When BAHS opened in 1971, it was only the thirteenth USG high school in Germany, and although not associated with a U.S. Department of Defense military installation, it was staffed and run as part of the Department of Defense Dependents Schools system in an arrangement between the Department of State and the Department of Defense. BAHS closed in 1997 following the transition of the Embassy to Berlin, and was part of the Post-War American , now a protected historical area.

  • Dublin High School (California)


    Dublin High School is a four-year public high school located in the East Bay city of Dublin, California, United States. It is a part of the Dublin Unified School District. It is a four-time California Distinguished School (1990, 1992, 1996, and 2003) and has won several national academic awards.

  • List of The Hill School alumni


    The following is a list of notable alumni of The Hill School. The Hill School is a preparatory boarding school located in Pottstown, Pennsylvania. 1. A ---- Malcolm Atterbury, 1926 – actor William Arrowsmith, 1941 – professor 2. B ---- John Backus, 1942 – computer scientist; inventor of the FORTRAN computer language James Baker III, 1948 – Secretary of State, U.S. Secretary of the Treasury Chris Bala, 1997 – professional ice hockey player Perry Richardson Bass – investor and philanthropist Manoj Bhargava, 1972 – inventor of 5-hour Energy Pinckney Benedict, 1982 – screenwriter and author Josiah Bunting III, 1957 – educator, Superintendent of the Virginia Military Institute Malcolm Borg, Chairman of North Jersey Media Group Butch van Breda Kolff, Professional basketball player and coach in the NBA Irving T. Bush, businessman William Whiting Borden, missionary, heir of Borden fortune Cleve Benedict, 1953 – West Virginian Congressman Curtis Bok, 1915 – Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice Hans Brase, 2012 – German Basketball player George Bradley 3.

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