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  • Bucharest High School Organizes #MarchForOurLives Protest In Support Of MSD
    by Salwa Khalil on March 28, 2018 at 5:38 am

    On the 26th of March, the American International School of Bucharest in the capital city of Romania organized a March for Our Lives protest in support of the Parkland school shooting survivors and everyone around the US that marched for stricter gun laws this weekend. Read more from Affinity Magazine here. The post Bucharest High School Organizes #MarchForOurLives Protest In Support Of MSD appeared first on AISB NoticeBoard. […]

  • The American International School of Bucharest Organizes an International Robotics Competition and Welcomes 130 Students from Europe
    by Salwa Khalil on March 8, 2018 at 11:42 am

    The international robotics competition, CEESA First Tech Challenge Championship, will be held at the American International School of Bucharest between February 9th and 10th, where 130 students from a number of European countries will demonstrate their creativity, innovation, expertise, and ability to create and control robots. High School students from nine CEESA (Central and Eastern […] The post The American International School of Bucharest Organizes an International Robotics Competition and Welcomes 130 Students from Europe appeared first on AISB NoticeBoard. […]

  • Romanian students passionate about robotics. Centers in which they learn everything about robots.
    by Salwa Khalil on March 7, 2018 at 11:42 am

    Robotics is gaining more and more momentum in our country. Even if this subject is not taught in schools, there are centers where Romanian students can go to learn the A to Zs about constructing a robot. See more in the following video: https://observator.tv/eveniment/copiii-romani-pasionati-de-robotica-242567.html The post Romanian students passionate about robotics. Centers in which they learn everything about robots. appeared first on AISB NoticeBoard. […]

  • The oldest international school in Romania, AISB, aims high to cutting-edge education, building unique design & engineering center
    by Salwa Khalil on October 9, 2017 at 11:12 am

    The American International School of Bucharest (AISB) has new plans for the upcoming year. After the success of the Early Learning Center, just inaugurated in August, the story goes on, with more infrastructure expansion in store and most of all, with a brand new idea, unique in Romania: to set up a Design & Engineering […] The post The oldest international school in Romania, AISB, aims high to cutting-edge education, building unique design & engineering center appeared first on AISB NoticeBoard. […]

  • Enrollment reaches record high for the 2017-2018 school year at the American International School of Bucharest
    by Salwa Khalil on September 7, 2017 at 12:46 pm

    The American International School of Bucharest (AISB) opened its doors to the 2017-2018 academic year on the 22nd of August with a record of 950 students. Enrollment went up by over 100 students compared to last year, of which 215 of these students are in middle school and 290 are in high school. The students […] The post Enrollment reaches record high for the 2017-2018 school year at the American International School of Bucharest appeared first on AISB NoticeBoard. […]

PastPresent

Past & Present

AISB was established in September 1962

In the groovy 60s there were 10 students from 3 countries taught by 2 teachers in 3 rooms in Vasile Conta

The Shaky 70s saw 100 students and 20 faculty and staff from 20 countries pass through the halls of the Popa Chitu building 

120 students and 20 faculty and staff from 30 countries called Costinescu their campus in the Tumultuous 80s

40 nationalities were represented in the Changing 90s by 350 students, 60 faculty and staff and 3 campus locations around Bucharest

The New Millenium brought a 10 hectare purpose-built campus to 800 students and 200 members of faculty and staff from 55 countries

AISB currently serves the needs of over 940 students from 60 nationalities and has a faculty and staff force of over 230 dedicated professionals representing 19 countries. Two expansion plans are currently underway.

 

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