AIS-Salzburg Spotlight: Dorm Parents Claire Murphy & Val Schubert

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Dorm Parents are often adults who have raised their own children through the university level and know the trials and difficulties of adolescence first-hand or have been with the school for numerous years starting at the resident assistant level.

After raising her own children for 22 years, Valerie Schubert signed on as a Dorm Parent at AIS-Salzburg in 2008 and remained in the position until her recent retirement in 2018. That is when her sister, Claire Murphy took over, bringing with her over 30 years of experience in child care. It is our pleasure to introduce to you the school “moms”, both past and present in this video interview.

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American International School-Salzburg

American International School-Salzburg

AIS-Salzburg is an international, college-preparatory boarding school for students in grades 7 through 12 ( ages 12 to 18). Our school is designed to remain small with a student body of around 100 students at full capacity in order to enhance individual guidance and instruction. Our long term teaching faculty work closely with our resident staff to establish a familiar atmosphere where every student feels cared for personally.