By Adam Whitmore and Theo Wyatt According to documents from the ASW Board of Trustees November meeting, ASW has begun selling Priority Seat Reservations at the school to companies that wish to be given priority for their representatives’ children’s admissions. As many know, the ASW Annex building began in June of 2011 and was finished in September 2012 shortly before school started. The Annex now … Continue reading ASW Launches Priority Seat Reservation Program
By Natalia Sosna The Personal Project: A phrase bound to elicit a passionate response among many sophomores. This is especially the case as students have officially begun writing and drafting their reports. As of last Monday, students were to submit the first draft of their full report on their final product. This draft was then submitted to their assigned “feedback committee,” with whom they met … Continue reading Why Were Sophomores Awake on a Wednesday Morning?
by Defne Apaydin As this year’s Junior class finished its first semester of the IB Diploma Programme, Warrior News decided to chat with some of the students about what they think about the DP so far. The DP is a two-year programme which offers an internationally accepted qualification to enter higher education and is recognized by many universities throughout the world. For this program, students … Continue reading Juniors Complete Their First Semester of the Diploma Programme
by Natalia Dokla Tuesday night, 10th-grade students will put on the first ASW Personal Project Arts Showcase. This is the first year in the history of ASW that students are required to create an MYP personal project. The personal project is an extended project in which students explore their personal interests by conducting research and creating a final product that reflects what they have learned. … Continue reading Personal Project Arts Showcase Tuesday Night
by JiJi Kim Theory of Knowledge is the class that makes the IB program distinct from other high school curriculums. Yet, to many students, TOK can seem mysterious and puzzling due to the fact that it is not a specific body of knowledge. Starting January 28, grade 11 students will begin their two-semester session of TOK. According to Mr. Merritt, who teaches TOK, the essence … Continue reading Theory of What?: 11th Grade Begins TOK
By Zofia Ciołek “I can’t rate it. It was something I have never experienced before. Nothing ever kept me on adrenaline for so long,” said Zuzanna K., grade 10, describing her experience participating in Wielka Orkiestra Świątecznej Pomocy, (known colloquially as WOŚP). 2019 was the first year that ASW students participated in Poland’s most widely recognised charity event. Many students in Poland participate in this … Continue reading WOŚP 2019 – The Highest Highs and the Lowest Lows