January 31: Deadline for submission of all required documents.Applicant Screening and Testing Sessions will be held in February.
“You want them to be productive adults, to get an education first, and experience all sorts of actual fun.” And that’s especially true if those children are girls, she said (hers are 12 and 13).
It’s not that Letourneau, who was a married mother of four when she became pregnant in 1997 with the child of Vili Fualaau, who had by then turned 13, believes it’s appropriate for underage boys to be sexually active.
“In an ideal world, nobody would say that’s OK,” she said.
September 1: AIS begins accepting applications for the 2017-2018 school year October 23: General Admission Information Session followed by World Fest November 2: Secondary School Information Session November (TBD): ELC (3K/4K) Prospective Parent Information Session November 15: Primary School (5K-5) Prospective Parent Classroom Session December 3: Admission Open House followed by our German Christmas Market January: Please make sure that the AAAIS Transcript Release Form, Teacher and Principal/Counselor Evaluation have been submitted to your child’s current school.
Please request that the forms be sent directly to our Admission Office before the deadline of January 31, 2016.
January 11: Secondary School Prospective Parent Information Session.
January 15: Deadline for submission of online application.
March 31: Admission decision letters are mailed to all applicants. April 1: Electronic Admission decision notifications are available in the Admission Portal. April 13: Deadline for applicants to respond to acceptance letters. Please visit the AAAIS website to read more about notification dates and other AAAIS Principles.
It’s been more than 13 years since former Seattle schoolteacher Mary Kay Letourneau made international headlines when it was revealed that she was having a sexual relationship with her 12-year-old student Vili Fualaau — a relationship that netted her a seven-year prison sentence for child rape.
Today she’s 48-year-old Mary Fualaau: married to that former student, raising two daughters, and she recently greeted her first grandchild, a girl.
And she has a word of advice for her daughters: “Wait.” “You want your children to wait,” Letourneau told TODAY’s Meredith Vieira in an exclusive interview Friday.