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Senior Banquet 2021

Students from TASIS The American School in Switzerland’s Class of 2021 gathered in the Palestra on the evening of May 28 to enjoy a delicious meal and reflect on their time at TASIS. 

Highlights from this year’s Senior Banquet, which was attended by graduating students, faculty members, and administrators, included poignant opening and closing remarks from Headmaster Christopher Nikoloff; a reading of a Boethius prayer by Prof. Michael D. Aeschliman, Ph.D.; an alumni induction delivered by Director of Institutional Advancement Bill Eichner and Associate Director of Alumni Relations Yvonne Procyck; inspiring senior speeches from Ella Abisi, Carolina Zanon di Valgiurata, Zhantemir Sarsenov, Ben Marconi, Joy Mack, and Paulina Karstens; and a lovely musical performance by Ella Abisi. Browse a gallery of photos, and see video footage from the event below.

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