British International School of Washington On Nov. 17, seven British International School of Washington students left for the United Nations headquarters in New York. As members of school’s sustainable development goals club, these seven students were chosen to go represent...
British International School of Washington Last week, the British International School of Washington issued its first edition of Amplified. It replaces The Atlantic, our original school newspaper. When creating Amplified, the team’s main goal was to produce a fresh take on...
Deal Middle School Feb. 14, 2018: a tragic day students and teachers will never forget. Now a month later, Deal students have turned a tragedy into a movement. On March 14, approximately 650 students participated in a 17-minute walkout. There...
British International School of Washington The British International School of Washington provides extracurricular clubs for all students. These clubs range from History Movie Club to Model UN. Another extracurricular club is the Global Goals Project. Each Monday, the Global Goals team...
British International School of Washington One of the many influential clubs at our school is the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) club, a student-run meeting intended to implement the United Nations’ SDGs into our school. Nord Anglia, the company that...
British International School of Washington Our school has always eagerly engaged in opportunities of philanthropy around the world. These acts include sending stationery to children who lack supplies, creating Thanksgiving food baskets for those less fortunate and raising awareness and...
British International School of Washington This week was our first week back from our much-needed spring break. From IB and IGCSE exam practice, to various extracurricular activities students hit the ground running. Most notably, for the last couple of weeks our...
British International School of Washington Despite the warming temperatures and longer days, which hint that summer is fast approaching, the British International School of Washington community is still as energetic and lively as ever. Over this week, Year 10 students sat...
Annunciation Catholic School Recently in the sixth-grade language arts class, we have been reading the book “Wonder” by R.J. Pacalcio. It focuses on a boy who has Treacher Collins syndrome and his experiences in school. The book has eight parts...
Eaton Elementary School In honor of Black History Month, the Eaton Extra students asked classmates and teachers for their favorite African-American hero. Here are some of the responses: Officer Clark said, “Michelle Obama because she was a powerful first lady.” ...

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