Erin Nelson (director of advancement) and Brady Cline (learning innovation coach/personalized learning coordinator) write on the third annual Engage Innovators and Entrepreneurs Forum at the Tokyo American Club held on March 14. The American School in Japan and the American Chamber of Commerce in Japan (ACCJ) coordinated the event, providing an opportunity for ASIJ students to hear directly from leaders in innovation and entrepreneurism, and to network and exchange ideas with members of ACCJ. Continue reading
The American School in Japan is pleased to announce that high school seniors Emma Cattell and An-Chi Tsai jointly received the third Strength and Courage Award. This award was created by the Board of Directors to recognize the strength and courage of the survivors of Jack Moyer’s abuse and is presented yearly to an ASIJ student who has displayed extraordinary courage and personal strength in the area of service either in or out of school. The award is ¥1 million and will be split among this year’s recipients to go towards their future higher education. Continue reading
Tammy Pretz (elementary school librarian) writes on February 14’s World Read Aloud Day in the elementary school library.
Seventh-grader Morgan Gilboe shares her experience at this year’s middle school Kanto Plain Brain Bowl Tournament. Continue reading
One Act Play faculty advisors Mary Pfeiffer (high school teacher) and Ed Gilmartin (theater manager) present this year’s One Act Play performances.