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Alumni Spotlight: Micaela Ocampo

Argentinian-born, Micaela Ocampo, has fond memories of ASB, having attended from Grades one to five (2006-2011). ASB in one word? "Unforgettable."
Micaela Ocampo
Micaela Ocampo

Argentinian-born, Micaela Ocampo, has fond memories of ASB, having attended the school from grades one to five (2006-2011), together with her younger brother, Axel. “I have lived in many different countries like Spain, Canada, and now the United States. I am currently settled in Washington D.C. and plan to stay here for the foreseeable future.”

Currently a junior at George Mason University, where she is pursuing a degree in Marketing and International Business, Micaela is also undertaking a Marketing and Communications internship at Airbus U.S. while also working as a Digital Marketing and Social Media Specialist at her university.

What would be a favorite ASB memory?

“My favorite ASB memory would have to be the annual Halloween parade. Seeing the entire school’s costumes and performances was so much fun and something that everyone looked forward to since Halloween was not a popular event in Barcelona. I remember sitting on the Red Poli court with my friends and watching the students and teachers perform in their costumes and makeup. After a day full of treats, scary movies, and costumes at school, we would trick or treat around the neighboring La Mallola compound during the evening.”

In your opinion, what makes ASB special?

“Aside from the close-knit community, ASB is special because of the immense diversity there is. Since it is an international school, students can learn and gain different perspectives from students and faculty from all over the world.”

If you could describe ASB in one word, what would it be?


Once a Lynx, Always a Lynx!
#Lynx4Life #ASBtogether

Contributed: April 2021

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