It’s Lit(erary Magazine) Season

Gracing the purple pages of an electronic Issu PDF are the literary and artistic works of high school students at ASW. First toyed around with in late 2018, the first official Literary Magazine in over a decade at the American School of Warsaw has come to stay, thanks to the work of several 10th- and 11th-grade students. The contents of this environmentally friendly magazine can … Continue reading It’s Lit(erary Magazine) Season

Opinion: Come Support Relay for Life

by Natalia Sosna From June 14 to June 15, ASW will host its first ever Relay For Life fundraising event. As this is something relatively new to our school, many of you might be wondering, what exactly is Relay For Life? Relay for Life is an international movement created by the American Cancer Society as a way of combating cancer. All funds raised in Relay … Continue reading Opinion: Come Support Relay for Life

Grade 12 Exams Finished; Grade 11 Exams Just Around the Corner

by Jeong Bin Lee While the exams have just ended for the seniors, the juniors are now preparing for the upcoming exam week starting from June 3rd. With around a week left to study, Warrior News interviewed Grade 11 students in the library during lunch, about their sentiments on these important exams and their very own preparation methods. Which subject exam are you most worried … Continue reading Grade 12 Exams Finished; Grade 11 Exams Just Around the Corner

Who, What, and Why Was FCD at ASW?

By Vera Jagieski In April ASW had a visitor from the non-profit substance abuse prevention organization Freedom Chemical Dependency. FCD is a non-profit substance abuse prevention organization, where all of the individuals are recovering addicts. The organization travels to schools to try and give the facts of what substance abuse truly is. With the individuals being former substance abusers themselves, it adds a more personal … Continue reading Who, What, and Why Was FCD at ASW?

What Does it Cost to Run ASW?

By Jeong Bin Lee There is a considerable bill to pay to be a student at the American School of Warsaw. So where does this tuition money go? To find out more about the school’s finances, Warrior News talked with Mr. James Young, ASW’s finance and operations director. Running ASW requires expenditures on vast resources and personnel, which in turn requires generating considerable revenue. For … Continue reading What Does it Cost to Run ASW?

Student Voices Heard in Warsaw Climate Strike

by Taylor Bata March 15, 2019, a day to remember for a multitude of reasons, but for the estimated 12 thousand youths marching in Warsaw, it was their opportunity to raise their concerns about climate change. Organized by Młodzieżowy Strajk Klimatyczny, a student group based in Warsaw, this protest took the streets from the Place of Culture and Science, all the way to the steps … Continue reading Student Voices Heard in Warsaw Climate Strike