(An alphabetical list of countries will be on-line soon. In the meantime, navigate by clicking on the map.)
The original purpose of this section was to provide a forum for former pupils of Kilmarnock Academy to get in touch with the school and let us know where on Earth they are now. Once this area of our school web site is properly established, it will also provide you with the opportunity both to renew old acquaintances world-wide and to make new acquaintances - in your part of the world - with people who went to your old school. The more entries we receive, the more interesting and useful this area of the site will become.
Well, that was the original purpose, but I have added two other areas for other people to contribute to (K.A. Postcards Worldwide and K.A. Friends Worldwide). The details of how to contribute to our K.A. Worldwide section are listed below but, in brief, the three areas are:
K.A. Former Pupils Worldwide contributions required from former pupils living (or who have lived) abroad.
K.A. Postcards Worldwide contributions required from anyone who is or has been connected with K.A.
K.A. Friends Worldwide aimed mainly at pupils in other countries (but really any people living outside the UK) who come across our website and want to e-mail us with some information or stories about themselves and where on earth they live.
Neil McIlvanney 2006
| K.A. Former Pupils Worldwide
If you are a former pupil of Kilmarnock Academy and you currently live or work abroad (or have lived abroad for a period of time), then e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your details. The essential details are: your name; the years you attended Kilmarnock Academy; the country; where in the country you live or work (if you no longer live or work in this country, please state the years you were in residence there).
If you want to - and it does make things a lot more interesting - you can also provide us with a brief account of a favourite place or fond memory or favourite anecdote or local customs or local cuisine (or anything else about that country that you'd like to share with us). You can, if you wish, also include one or two photographs of places you lived in or visited during your stay in that country.
| K.A. Postcards Worldwide
If you are a member of staff, a parent, a former parent, a pupil or former pupil of Kilmarnock Academy and you have been abroad, then e-mail us at email@example.com with your details. The essential details are: your name; your connection with Kilmarnock Academy; which country you visited; andwhere in the country you visited.
If you want to - and it does make this page a lot more worthwhile - you can also provide us with a brief account of a favourite place or fond memory or unusual experience or local customs or local cuisine or first impressions or lasting impressions. (You can, if you wish, also include one or two photographs of a place you visited in that country).
| K.A. Friends Worldwide
In this section of our school website we want to make contact with pupils in other countries (but really any people living outside the UK) who come across our website and want to e-mail us with some information or stories about themselves and where on earth they live. We will post these e-mails on the appropriate country's page of KA Worldwide. So don't waste any time! Send that e-mail to us at firstname.lastname@example.org .Your country needs you!