Happy birthday to all of our April lions! Another year older and wiser! AAIA is also delighted to announce that Emirate Chen, Sofia Chiu, and Eudora Tsai have accomplished excellent musical and dance achievements! Emirate won second place in the Excellent Music Open Competition of Taiwan (Piano). Sofia brought home an honorable distinction in the […]
On March 24, AAIA had the pleasure of inviting 10 guest speakers from different professions to give presentations to our students. We hope to inspire students through these amazing career and life stories so they are able to imagine a future with different possibilities. AAIA would like to once again, thank Mr. Michael Chang, Dr. […]
AAIA’s College and Career Readiness (CCR) department organized a series of activities dedicated to exposing students to future college options and career possibilities. To prep our students for this week of fun events, we kicked off the week by encouraging our students to wear college apparel. Don’t our cubs look amazing in these college apparel! […]
Last Thursday, as part of the career week activities, students were encouraged to dress for success. Our young lions put on their professional wear and confident smiles for the entire day. Go lions! Visit AAIA’s Facebook for more photos.
COVID-19 has certainly changed the landscape of college recruitment. Traditionally, AAIA invites college representatives around the world to come to the campus to give various presentations. Due to travel restrictions, most colleges put a halt to in-person recruitment fairs. AAIA adapted to the new terrain quickly and turned it into a learning opportunity. We encouraging […]
On March 20 and 21, AAIA’s Model United Nations Club traveled back to Hsinchu for the third time this year to participate in Hsinchu International School’s MUN Conference, HIMUN. We have seen great progress in our club this year, with many of our delegates actively leading debates and writing amendments to resolutions ranging from the […]
Spanish 3 class had a cooking lesson last week. While students learned to make #burritos, they also got an opportunity to learn cooking vocabulary and verbs. Students brought ingredients, and the class prepared burritos together. They later enjoyed eating it with sodas! What a fun (and yummy) learning session. Putting language to particles is one […]
Grade 8 students used their knowledge of parent functions and function transformations to create artwork in an online graphing calculator called Desmos. Projects were then voted on based on the following criteria: originality, complexity, realistic, overall, and fan favorites! Let’s take a look at these interesting and creative graphs! Now, isn’t math beautiful? Visit AAIA’s […]
AAIA is delighted to congratulate Ms. Sharon Gillette, for her contribution to Building a More Perfect Union, a new collection of lesson plans and essays in commemoration of the upcoming 250th anniversary of the founding of the United States. Ms. Gillette is one of only 15 teachers to contribute to the project in support of […]
March is Women’s History Month – commemorating and encouraging the study, observance, and celebration of the vital role of women in American history. Today, AAIA is very proud to share with you that the work of our social studies teacher, Ms. Sharon Gillette, has been included and published in “The Daily Life of Women: An […]
March kicked off with a birthday celebration and a mini awards ceremony. Both high school and junior high school students brought home victories: Belle and Brian won the piano competition and art competition. Sofia and Alton from junior high won the art competition and mathematics competition. Congratulations to our four young lions. Keep roaring!
On Thursday, February 26, senior AAIA students enrolled in College Composition hosted a World Issues Symposium for all middle school students. To prepare, the seniors selected their own topics, researched key information, found and prepared activities, and practiced facilitating with their classmates. During the symposium, every middle school student attended at least 4 different sessions […]