News and Events
AHS tour at Georgian National Museum06 Dec 2017
On Tuesday, November 21 nineteen students of Grades 8 and 9 with Mr. Giorgi Tchumburidze and Mr. Joseph Blake toured the Georgian National Museum as a continuation of their World History classes. Accompanied by a museum guide, they explored Georgia’s ancient gold, silver and precious stone treasures and coins, the development of man from the Paleolithic to Neolithic Age, coupled with medieval armory, Georgian period clothing, and the Soviet Occupation of Georgia Exhibition.
American High School World History and AP World History Classes Explore the Roman Treasures of the Georgian National Museum27 Feb 2018
On Tuesday, February 13, American High School Grades 8, 9, 11, and 12 students in World History and AP World History classes toured the Georgian National Museum with Mr. Joseph Blake and Dr. Natia Pipia. Dr. Pipia, a noted author of a scholarly published work regarding the numastic treasures of Georgia and history professor at Tbilisi State University, explained the significance of many of the ancient Roman republic and empire treasures on display, followed by a tour of the Soviet Occupation exhibition on permanent display. Exploratory understanding and comprehension of Georgia’s place and impact via the ancient Silk Road at the crossroads of Europe, Asia, and the world as a whole is essential for understanding the past, present, and future.
AHS Advanced Placement Classes Visit the Georgian National Museum18 Dec 2017
On Wednesday, December 13, American High School students from AP Comparative Government and Politics (Grade 12) and AP European History (Grades 10 and 12) toured the Georgian National Museum. They visited Soviet Occupation Museum while their teacher Dr. Natia Phiphia delivered a mini-lecture about the Georgian National Independence Movement and Georgian Soviet dissidents. Also, they viewed exhibitions regarding ancient Georgian weapons and clothing. The visual materials, specifically cultural anthropological sources allowed them the opportunity to examine the methods they will need while reconstructing history.
American High School European History Class Visits the Fine Arts Museum, Tbilisi14 Dec 2017
On Tuesday, December 12, nine American High School Grade 10 European History students with their teacher Mr. Joseph Blake, and Homeroom Teacher Mr. Giorgi Tchumburidze toured the Fine Arts Museum near Liberty Square. The guided tour included ancient Georgian gold jewelry, historical religious relics, icons, church vestments, copies of famed frescos from various Georgian Orthodox churches, and ancient Greek and Roman statues. Nana Kvernadze stated “The attractions were great.”
Professor Manana Pkhakadze’s Lecture13 Dec 2017
On Monday, December 11, American High School students from Grades 8, 9, 10, 11 attended and participated in a discussion and presentation organized by Georgian teachers Ms. Ketevan Gardapkhadze and Dr. Eka Kobakhidze in the Prague Conference Room. Dr. Manana Pkhakadze, a lecturer at Tbilisi State University explained the significance regarding antiquity and its relation to contemporary life. She further explained the origins of antique words that we use today, the role of mythology, and how historic concepts relate to modern life and the role they play in our current everyday lives.
AHS Students at the Film Festival13 Dec 2017
On Wednesday, December 6, AHS students from grades 8 and 9 with their homeroom teachers attended Tbilisi 18th International Film Festival. Students watched several prize-winning Georgian short films. Event was closed by the speech of the director of the Festival. One of the eight-graders, Luka Katamadze said - “Even though main idea of some of the movies was hard to understand, I really liked most of the short films, because of the style, music, and beautiful scenes of the movie.
Lecture about "Environmental Protection”13 Dec 2017
On December 11, Head of Laboratory of atmospheric air, water and soil analysis laboratory Elene Bakradze delivered the lecture-seminar for 10th and 11th graders at European School. She spoke about the work of the Environmental Pollution Monitoring Service in Georgia: Introduced the projects implemented by the laboratory;
Youth Violence13 Dec 2017
On December 5, Giorgi Chitidze-Human Rights Coordinator at ”Open Society Georgia” delivered a lecture about human rights for seventh graders. The students asked questions, expressed their opinions.
American High School European History Class Visits the Fine Arts Museum, Tbilisi12 Dec 2017
On Tuesday, December 12, nine American High School Grade 10 European History students with their teacher Mr. Joseph Blake, and Homeroom Teacher Mr. Giorgi Tchumburidze toured the Fine Arts Museum near Liberty Square.
Irma Barbakadze at College Board Forum27 Nov 2017
Dr. Irma Barbakadze, Head of the American Education Department - European School is currently on a one-year visit to the United States after which she will be awarded an additional degree of secondary and higher education expert.
National Cyber Olympics17 Nov 2017
On October 27, National Cyber Olympics initiated by the Ministry of Justice of Georgia was held at the Radisson Blu Iveria Hotel.
“Writers for European Values”02 Nov 2017
“Writers for European Values” – this is a project in which famous Georgian writers: Lasha Bughadze, Rati Amaghlobeli, and Dato Turashvili are participating.
Rafting Trip05 Oct 2017
On September 23, twenty three students of the American High School from grades 8, 9, and 10 with six members of the school’s administration participated in a Rafting Trip, that was held on the Aragvi River, near the Chargali Village. Participants with trained guides covered approximately 15 kilometers on the river during the excursion.