When we enter class we must take our seats and take our books out quietly. We can either quickly, before class go the tray to pick up work or go immediately to our seats. We should not be socializing or be noisy since it is extremely disrespectful. After we enter class, if it’s before lunch,..
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As the students entered the bus signs of joy and happiness were displayed on their faces, in which most of them were eager to visit the dogs. The road was clear and so was the weather, in which it was the perfect time for walking the dogs. On the way to the dog shelter we..
Everyday I hear countless complains about the School Uniform, but have we ever thought that there could be an upside to wearing uniforms. With school uniform, we are able to equalize the student body as a whole, leveling less space for competitive behavior. This allows students to achieve their highest form of academic achievements. Students..
This year, the National Honor Society – or better known as NHS – is hosting its first ever Arts Festival! The event will be held on Saturday, November 19th, 2016 at 12:00 PM and will be jam-packed with numerous forms of art. The purpose of this festival is essentially to showcase the many artists of..
On Wednesday, January 20th of 2016, the AIS high school had its annual talent show. There were singers, dancers, musicians, poets, and above all our seniors definitely put on quite a show with their Senior Act. Amazing performances were done by our singers, H Francis, Farida Hamza and Dana Kosber Mariam Ibrahim, Naglaa El Banhawy,..
Let’s admit, this happened to all of us in the past. You crammed your history essay to the last minute, and you’re pulling off an all-nighter with hopes that you’ll manage to get at least two hours of sleep. You’re typing furiously at your laptop, coffee mug close by, and you sigh..
I used to come home every day, and my mom would have a nice snack set for me while she gets lunch ready, while I turn on TV to hear Kim Possible. The most blissful innocent feeling. I used to go to school to learn, and not worry about my G.P.A that is slightly above..
A Day in the Life of an AIS worker By Mai El Naga Worker’s profile Name: Taha Age: 39 Occupation: Blue worker You see them around the hallway every day, but have you ever stopped and asked yourself, what is it like to be an AIS worker? Interested to answer the question myself, I’ve decided..
School. Probably the main source of pressure towards teenagers. “You’re only a teenager, you don’t know what you want, you’re not responsible enough yet – but here’s a bunch of exams that will decide your future and where you go with life.” Now read that again and think of how corrupt and hypocritical that is,..