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  • Which job should I choose? AISB teachers share the realities of changing careers

    As a high schooler, like most of my friends, I’m starting to have questions and doubts about my future. Is it even possible to follow your “dreams and passions” as a career? After talking to several AISB teachers about their own career paths, it seems... The post Which job should I choose? AISB teachers share the realities of changing careers appeared first on The Bite.

  • VIDEO: AISB Hosts First Indoor Sports Tournament Since Onset of Pandemic

    The annual BISAC volleyball tournament is back! On the 12th of May, our secondary gym hosted athletes from four different schools to show their hard work throughout the season. As one of the biggest school events since the pandemic, it was great to see the... The post VIDEO: AISB Hosts First Indoor Sports Tournament Since Onset of Pandemic appeared first on The Bite.

  • Tips On How To Survive The IB, from AISB Alumni

    I’m sure at least some of us have heard rumors about how hard the International Baccalaureate (IB) is and how no one should take it if they still want a social life. But is that really true? To find out, I interviewed three different alumni,... The post Tips On How To Survive The IB, from AISB Alumni appeared first on The Bite.

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  • AISB Student Leadership – Helping Students Find Their ‘Why’

    Student leadership began to take shape at AISB in the summer of 2017 when the Vampires summer camp introduced the concept of student-coaches and leaders into the program. Our students and kids from the local community loved interacting and spending their time with high schoolers who made their summer a blast whilst teaching them many

  • Co-curriculars Are Not Extra

    The year was 2001, and I had just gotten hired at the American International School of Bucharest as a Secondary School Secretary.  The school was located in three different rented villas and the Secondary was on Calea Dorobanti, in a very elegant villa which was quite inadequate for the type of school life that we

  • Being Grateful for Life As We Live It

    In these times of such adversity, I would like to share a special piece of writing that I have always found sustaining. It was shared with me in life-changing circumstances, also close to Christmas time.  After teacher training in London, I took a volunteer assignment in Ghana to teach in the remote Western Region of

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