Warriors Weekly: Episode 4

Hosted by Marcell Veer and Zofia Kowalska, Warriors Weekly Episode 4 checks in with the Polish elections, our hopes for a return to (physical) school, and what the seniors have been up to in the absence of IB exams. You can follow Warriors Weekly on Instagram at Warriors.weekly. Continue reading Warriors Weekly: Episode 4

Opinion: The New Schedule, Two Weeks In

by Zuzanna Kaczmarek After 7 weeks of online school, on May 4th the ASW Board of Trustees decided to remain in online school for the remainder of the school year. Along with this decision, the administration chose to change the Upper School schedule by spreading one full school day over two consecutive mornings. Every Wednesday and Thursday in the month of May will be a … Continue reading Opinion: The New Schedule, Two Weeks In

A View from the Other Side: What Life Looks Like in a Re-Opened German School

by Jake Lupu J: Do you want to introduce yourself? N: My name is Nina, I go to an international school in Frankfurt, Germany. I’m currently 17 and a grade 11 IB student, and I used to go to ASW from 3rd grade to 6th grade. J: Thank you for that. First off, when did you go back to school [from VR school]? N: That … Continue reading A View from the Other Side: What Life Looks Like in a Re-Opened German School

Mr. and Mrs. Cokerdem leaving Warsaw for Tokyo

By Lia Lipinski and Maya Sirotin After teaching at ASW for nearly 5 years, Mr. and Mrs. Cokerdem will be leaving Warsaw for the American School in Tokyo, Japan once the school year has finished. Mr. Cokerdem has been teaching DP psychology, while Mrs. Cokerdem has been teaching high school math.  According to Mrs. Cokerdem, coming to Warsaw “was quite unplanned. In 2015 we were … Continue reading Mr. and Mrs. Cokerdem leaving Warsaw for Tokyo

Ms. Hansen leaving ASW for AISB

By Lia Lipinski and Maya Sirotin After teaching in Warsaw for 5 years, Ms. Hansen will be leaving ASW for the American International School of Budapest, Hungary.  Ms. Hansen, who teaches DP chemistry, came to ASW from China, looking to live somewhere in Europe that allowed her to take only one flight back to her home. She first set her eyes on ASW as “Warsaw … Continue reading Ms. Hansen leaving ASW for AISB

School or No School, Juniors Begin the EE Process

By Maya Sirotin Juniors are currently getting started on their extended essays which are a necessary component of their IB Diploma: Students must receive a minimum of D on their EE to be eligible for the Diploma.  According to Ms. Deo, when it comes to choosing an EE topic, one can consider strategy or interest. While “interest is always extremely important […] to keep you … Continue reading School or No School, Juniors Begin the EE Process