Take a look at the pictures from the MS Drama rehearsals and see if you can recognize someone you know.
Student athletes from Middle School and High School divisions, as well as AAS faculty and staff members spent last Saturday swimming and playing tennis.
Congratulations to the Middle School Tennis athletes on the progress they've been making throughout the Penguin Life Fall Season!
AAS first ever Penguin Intramural Football League (High School division) is an example of highly successful community work by Penguin Life leadership, coaches, and student athletes.
Last week AAS students had their very first Esports match with the team of Al-Bayan Bilingual School (BBS), Kuwait.
It has been an intense match with each team winning one of the two rounds, while the third decisive game will be held later this week. Go Penguins!
Middle School students play soccer at PIFL game this Tuesday.
Before diving deep into learning sessions and practice, most participants also 'warmed up' their neurons by having an hour-long morning activity of their choosing: a forest walk, a music playing session, sports, arts, and many more.
AAS TV leadership discussed the High School Announcements project and upcoming Blind University Fair Highlights project during a planning session with Mr Evgenii.
See the stunning photos from HS students of Mr.Evgenii's Digital Photography elective class.
HS students took time to participate in on-campus activities during the Community & Connection Days last week.
See Middle School students making some great progress in developing their guitar playing skills.
Penguin Life Fall Season of HS Girls Volleyball is in full swing.
HS students are producing video interviews in Spanish for their very special project in Ms Chartrand class.
Congratulations to Liza and Angelo from Grade 8 on putting together this video of the latest Art display in the MS Hallway!
High School athletes had a practice and a leadership workshop in the beginning of the week. Students and coaches are getting ready for the upcoming games of the Penguin Intramural Football League.
Young actors and actresses are getting ready to perform a play. It all starts with the script and acting practice.
Our youngest students are exploring various materials, techniques and ideas to create unique works of art: from a classroom full of chairs to the seashore with waves!
It's an exciting time here at AAS, students of all grades are being photographed for the Yearbook. Last week Grade 12 students dressed up to have their Cap & Gown photos taken!
While the student-parent-teacher goal-setting conferences are taking place in the Elementary School, our instructional assistants attended professional development.