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  • “Angst” is Coming to AISB!

    AISB’s second-ever movie screening will take place next Tuesday and Wednesday. The event plans to showcase the movie “Angst,” which deals with the topic of mental health in adolescence. Here’s a brief look into the details, as well as how you can sign up to attend. Today, over 25% of teenagers are dealing with an The post “Angst” is Coming to AISB! appeared first on The Bite.

  • Top 5 types of music you should be listening to for productivity

    It’s almost the end of the semester, and tons of assignments are pouring in. More students are seen studying with their headphones on, but does music actually help them focus? Well, here are the five types of music — known to improve your productivity — that you should be listening to this week. 1. Classical The post Top 5 types of music you should be listening to for productivity appeared first on The Bite.

  • AISB is Getting a New Secondary Principal Next School Year

    Last month, AISB’s Secondary Principal Jonathan Cain announced that this will be his last year at the school. This, of course, prompted many questions–most importantly, who will take his place? Read below to find out about our future leader, Viktor Novakovski. Who is Mr. Novakovski? After graduating from university in the U.S., Novakovski worked as The post AISB is Getting a New Secondary Principal Next School Year appeared first on The Bite.


  • “Once a Vampire, Always a Vampire” The significance of Team-Building for Student-Athletes

    Often modern day coaches are criticized for what some people consider outdated training methods. However, championship teams and greatness has always existed in sports, dating back to the times of ancient civilizations, the Roman gladiators, and even street ball at Rucker Park. What I am trying to say is that the methods of a “cantonament”

  • AISB’s first student-written theater production, Brainstorm, picked up by The Bite

    The American International School of Bucharest presents “Brainstorm” by arrangement with Nick Hern Books. “Brainstorm” is an Original Playscript developed by Ned Glasier, Emily Lim, and Company Three, with original material devised by the AISB cast. The play will premiere at the AISB Theater on Thursday, November 21 at 18:00 and another performance is scheduled

  •  Valuing our Mother Tongue

    This past weekend, Secondary students organized a Mother Tongue conference at AISB – an excellent initiative that was really valued by all the students, parents and teachers involved. AISB is making great effort to value world language and provide more opportunities for students to study their mother tongue.  Charlemagne, the medieval French king, once said

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