How has academic life changed for students in Polish high schools?

by Zofia Ciołek Students all across Poland had to once again return to virtual learning back on November 9th, regardless of age. This meant that once again the entire country had to shift into virtual classrooms, something that from the first wave of the virus many had realised they were unprepared for. Still, now having some experience in the implementation of these types of lessons, … Continue reading How has academic life changed for students in Polish high schools?

UN Day at ASW: Unity, Peace, Compassion, Kindness and Hope

By: Fiona Haze “So whatever happened to UN Day?” — is a question many students may ask as the end of the year is rapidly approaching. Will it take place this year? The answer is yes – UN Day is set to take place on the 25th of November, however, it will look slightly different from the previous years. The PTO Vice President, Ms. Rupalia … Continue reading UN Day at ASW: Unity, Peace, Compassion, Kindness and Hope

HS Produces Noises Off

by Marcell Veer The American School of Warsaw High School just finished its annual fall play. This year, the production that was presented was called Noises Off by Michael Frayn.  Due to Covid regulations, only HS students and staff were allowed to watch the show live. Additionally, all the performers wore masks throughout the show. The concert was one of the first ever ASW shows … Continue reading HS Produces Noises Off

What Is It Like to Have COVID?

by Mia Klodowska With more and more coronavirus cases appearing within the school, questions are rising.We interviewed a high school student from ASW who tested positive for COVID-19. Recently finished their month of quarantine, we asked this student about what it was like. With this being a hard experience on the student, they have  asked us to keep them anonymous and refer to them as … Continue reading What Is It Like to Have COVID?