High school students recently covered multiple strategies to solve and graph mathematical functions for quadratic equations. This year the high school math department explored a new way of helping high school students see the relevance of higher level mathematical concepts in the physical world by introducing a real-world aspect of quadratic equations. High school mathematics teacher, Tricia Apel, details the students’ learning process. Continue reading
Animal rights experts visited campus on January 21 to facilitate an Animal Advocates Seminar in the high school library. Over 30 students from ASIJ, Sacred Heart, YIS, Junten and Yamate Gakuin attended the seminar to explore animal rights issues with the visiting experts and brainstorm ideas on how to make a difference in the areas of animal rights and protection. Members of ASIJ’s Animal Advocates Club and club advisor, Linda Hayakawa, cover the event. Continue reading
High school track and cross country coach, Ryosuke Suzuki, recaps this year’s cross country season with highlights, records set, and his reflections on the challenges our runners faced. Continue reading
Though the word goes out over social media well in advance, members of the Mustang soccer family know instinctively that January 2 at noon is the time of year to congregate at the main field for the annual Alumni vs Varsity Soccer Match. Max Fu (grade 12, ASIJ varsity soccer co-captain) offers his perspective on this year’s game. Continue reading
Jody Fuller (elementary school music) writes on the elementary school holiday music preparations and performances. The elementary school singers, choir and strings performed at Winterfest with the singers and choir offering an encore performance during the December 7 elementary school holiday gathering.