9th Grade Heads Downtown

by Yoo Jin Lim and Jeong Bin Lee On Tuesday, November 29th, the grade 9 class went to the National Museum and the Palace of Culture and Science located in the centre of Warsaw. There were different activities for the grade to complete in groups. In the Palace of Culture and Science, students had the opportunity first to examine the architecture of the building and … Continue reading 9th Grade Heads Downtown

It’s Play Week at ASW

by Ola Kacprzynska This week is Play Week in the high school, and there many ways to get involved. Perhaps most importantly, the high school production of A MidSummer Night’s Dream is coming up on Dec 2 (Friday) at 4:30pm in the Theater, and on Dec 3 (Saturday) at 5pm.  In addition to the play, play week will feature the Battle of the Zloty, a competition between grade levels. There will … Continue reading It’s Play Week at ASW

ASW Hosts International Music Educators’ Conference

by Jeong Bin Lee On the November of 18th, 2016, music teachers from all around the world came to American School of Warsaw for the AMIS Music Educators’ Conference. “150 teachers from seventy different schools across Asia, Europe, North America, and the Middle East. Many schools have opted to send their entire music faculty to Warsaw,” said Keith Montgomery, the Executive Director of the Association … Continue reading ASW Hosts International Music Educators’ Conference

Eating on a Budget: Toan Pho

by Michal Korczewski and Alex Cysarz Walking down the street you might not expect that this little restaurant located on Ul. Chmielna 5/7 intersecting Nowy Świat will have such delicious food at such a low price; after all it’s located right in the city center. The small venue is quite easy to walk past, it’s not very extravagant and compared to its neighbouring competition, it’s … Continue reading Eating on a Budget: Toan Pho

Speech and Debate Comes Home Successful

by Sneha Ramshanker In the CEESA Speech and Debate tournament that took place in Budapest this year, ASW won medals (or trophies) in four out of the five categories. Penelope Gerosa and Kasia Hope won first place for duet acting, Diana Stoyanova and Amy Oh came third for debate, Sneha Ramshanker came third for impromptu, and Kasia Hope won third for Oral Interpretation. Overall, teams … Continue reading Speech and Debate Comes Home Successful

MUN takes on Berlin

by Tina Nguyen Last week, the ASW MUN delegation traveled to Berlin, Germany, for the annual BERMUN conference. Prior to the conference, the delegation spent weeks preparing their policy statements and draft resolutions for their committee’s debates. The delegation represented Cuba in Disarmament Committee, Environment Committee, Human Rights Committee, Political Committee, and Special Conference. There were also two members participating in the Youth Assembly. Most … Continue reading MUN takes on Berlin