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
Jean Caskey (ELC director) writes on this year’s Tokyo Theater for Children performance of The Stinky Cheese Man. The Stinky Cheese Man is a unique and impassioned retelling of various children’s stories and fairy tales, such as Little Red Riding Hood and The Tortoise and the Hare. Continue reading
‘Twas the night before Winterfest, when all through the campus
not a creature was stirring…not even a mustang.
The backdrop was hung behind Santa’s red sleigh,
everything was quite ready for the school’s big day.
ASIJ friends and families once again converged upon campus for Spirit Day on an overcast but fair-weathered Halloween weekend. This year’s Spirit Day theme was superhero inspired: “Better, Faster, Stronger!” Continue reading
It’s not every day that you run into a US President walking through the high school lobby, but that was the surprise that greeted many faculty and students on May 18 when President George W. Bush visited ASIJ. President Bush made several impromptu stops on his brief tour of campus, popping his head into the library to call out “My wife was a librarian!” before wandering inside to greet staff and students. Outside, many passing teachers, staff and high school students were treated to handshakes and comments as President Bush visited the CADC, main field and weight room. Continue reading