by Haruka Shimizu and Defne Apaydin This year’s high school spring production is a play that many juniors are already familiar with: The Crucible. It will be performed at the American School of Warsaw on Thursday, May 23 and Friday, May 24 at 18:00. Written by Arthur Miller, The Crucible is a set in Salem, Massachusetts in 1692, dramatizing and fictionalizing the Salem Witch trials. … Continue reading ASW Spring Play Opens Tonight!
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?
By Fiona Haze, Jake Lupu, and Jemma Jones Have you ever wondered what changes will be made in the school mentality and facilities in the near future? According to Board of Trustees documents as well as an interview with ASW Director Mr. Zurfulh, by 2024 ASW will have gone through the process of bringing a new school vision into reality, as well as becoming a … Continue reading ASW Board Approves New Vision for the School
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