In the attention of all students taking the SATs in our center over the 2020-21 school year!
Please read these guidelines all visitors have to follow and notice that for access on campus, every candidate is required to fill in the Corona-Virus Self Declaration Form. Please feel free to bring the filled in form on the test day to minimize the time spent in the check in process.
Blank forms will also be available at the admission point but in this case, please consider arriving at the test center 5 minutes earlier than the regular admission time. Thank you for your attention to this!
Tik Tok Creator Zhang Yiming has just won the Nobel Prize in Neurology, for his app’s groundbreaking insight into the teenage brain. The popular video-sharing app is an amazing piece of software that (totally non invasively) tracks everything you do, then delivers that data to...
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For her personal project, 10th grader Jaden W. created a podcast series to illustrate what it’s like to be a third culture kid (TCK). “This series was meant to help me understand my identity,” says Jaden. “By talking to people from different chapters of my...
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From March 1st to March 5th, AISB’s Amnesty International students will host Human Rights Week, in an effort to “recognize and learn about fundamental human rights from our multinational community.” The week-long event will be held online (view the website here), with a variety of...
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In these times of such adversity, I would like to share a special piece of writing that I have always found sustaining. It was shared with me in life-changing circumstances, also close to Christmas time. After teacher training in London, I took a volunteer assignment in Ghana to teach in the remote Western Region of
Continuing in the tradition of last year, when we published AISB’s first ever ES Literary Magazine in June 2019… we are proud to announce the publication of the 2nd edition of the magazine – online! It has been an interesting and adventurous journey from the first day we met as a staff on December 6
In this time and space where access to broadband connectivity and digital technologies have taken center stage in our lives, it is more important than ever to consider strategies and take steps to ensure our children are having a safe and age-appropriate online experience. At AISB, we believe that keeping students safe online is a