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!
For this month’s video, the news broadcasting team decided to wrap up the year with a longer and more exciting broadcast, featuring AISB’s staff and the graduating class of 2021. We hope you enjoy of final video of the 2020-21 school year! Have a great...
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AISB librarian Cristina Cuzuc has continued to add more LGBTQ+ titles to our library collections this year, and has recently created an Ally Week display in the secondary library (shown above). “Whenever we read books, we identify with the characters, make our own connections with...
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March 1990, Cighid Orphanage in Romania. A squeaking wood door opens to a dark room with no source of natural light. Inside, in only a few squared meters of space, a dozen of small children are folded up on rotting bed frames with no mattresses....
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Student leadership began to take shape at AISB in the summer of 2017 when the Vampires summer camp introduced the concept of student-coaches and leaders into the program. Our students and kids from the local community loved interacting and spending their time with high schoolers who made their summer a blast whilst teaching them many
The year was 2001, and I had just gotten hired at the American International School of Bucharest as a Secondary School Secretary. The school was located in three different rented villas and the Secondary was on Calea Dorobanti, in a very elegant villa which was quite inadequate for the type of school life that we
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