UAS alumni and former students represent over 65 years of school history and are spread around the world.

The mission of UAS’ Office of Alumni Relations is to reconnect all of us. We aim to create a lifelong, worldwide UAS community to maintain friendships, celebrate achievements, and build strong and mutually beneficial ties to support one another and UAS.

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Our alumni and former student database, is always growing, and we would love to add you to our contact list. Stay in touch, network, and receive invitations to reunions and UAS updates by completing this form:

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Get in Touch, Schedule a Visit!

Whether you reside in Uruguay or are here for a vacation, we invite you to pay us a visit! We would be delighted to hear your stories about your time at UAS and your experiences post-graduation. Please get in touch with our Admissions & Communications Officer, at to arrange a visit, share details about your projects, or connect with fellow alumni.

Alumni Spotlight

Every semester, we share an article on outstanding UAS alumni in our Toro Gazette. Check out our latest alumni spotlight below:


The first UAS-organized alumni reunion took place in Punta del Este on January 2nd, 2020. Last December, we were lucky to receive more than 80 alumni of all ages (Classes of 1972-2019) at UAS to reconnect and share their favorite memories from their time at the Uruguayan American School. Both events were the first school-organized alumni reunions in over 60 years of UAS history! Reunions featured live music, cocktails, and entertainment for all ages. Thank you to everyone that made these events possible!

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Organize an Alumni Event

Thinking of organizing a UAS reunion or get-together for your class or group of UAS friends? Let us know and we will gladly support and publicize it to the alumni network.

Please contact the alumni office at with any questions or information regarding organizing a reunion.


  • 65th Anniversary
  • 2023 Alumni Event

Voices of the UAS experience


Gail and Amy Kirkman

Class of 1977 & Class of 1982

“Chico was the school custodian who lived in the school’s backyard on Bulevar Artigas. He had his little house in the backyard’s corner. He wore the traditional gaucho outfit, had a mustache, and drank mate all the time. He was a fixture, a big part of the school, and knew everybody”.


Federico Israel

Class of 2013

“UAS had a significant impact on my life in so many ways. It gave me lifelong friends, amazing extracurricular experiences, healthy habits such as practicing sports, a place to develop my career interests, and an outstanding formative education which gave me the tools to succeed.”


Enrique García

Class of 2004

“As an Uruguayan who had never been to the U.S. before, UAS allowed me to immerse myself in the U.S. culture and educational system, which helped me transition smoothly into college.”

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