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7 Comments

  1. Jay H. Baker says:

    I lived in Liberia attending ACS from 1970-1972. Many fond memories of a special school..

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  2. Elizabeth Alcock Bredall says:

    My sister, Mary Alcock, and I attended ACS from 1971-73. I was in 2nd and 3rd grade, she was in 6th and 7th grade. So we were there at the same time!

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    • Jay H. Baker says:

      Elizabeth,

      I was friends with Mary. There are about 50 of my FB friends she knows and would love to reconnect. Please have her Friend me if she’s on FB or email me if not. THANKS!!

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  3. Jubie says:

    Hey there all, dropping by for the memory-fest. We were there from 1969-1973, when I was in 3rd – 6th grade. Thanks for the memories!

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  4. Joseph Boayue says:

    I was one of the original student in 1962 when I was in the second grade. It was in a house then. ACS moved to the Old Road renting two buildings from Chief Justice Wilson. Then it completed its own building and moved to it probably in 1965 or so, I was

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    • Joseph Boayue says:

      1965 I was in the 5th grade. I remember Danny West. I left after completing the 6th grade in 1966. I went to the College of West Africa, a Liberian school. Please contact me if you have photos or was around when I was there. Archie Bernard was my 5th grade classmate

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  5. Christine Conway Tuley says:

    I was in the first graduating class of 1971 and was the first President of the student body, the first student coun IL, government. I was there off and on for 7 years with my parents returning over a 20 year period. It is still the home if my heart.

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