International Teacher's Day and a Surprise for the Teachers at MYP10 Oct 2018
On October 8, following up on International Teacher's Day, students of our IB Middle Years Programme held an event to appreciate their teachers’ hard work and dedication. They presented drama acts, music performances, handcrafted posters and paintings. As a sweet ending, pupils served delicious cakes and cupcakes, which they had baked all by themselves.
Conversations with Psychologist - Aiming to Improve Communication between Psychologist and Teachers09 Oct 2018
With the help of its student support center, European School has started a series of meetings “Conversations with Psychologist”. On September 5, school psychologist Ketevan Osiashvili met primary level teachers on the subject “Forms of communication between psychologist and teachers “.
It's Fun to Eat Fruits and Veggies -Healthy Crafts with our Head Cook05 Oct 2018
In order to promote healthy eating habits in the kindergarteners, the head cook of the European School, Giorgi, paid a visit to us. He explained to them why fruits and vegetables should be an important part of the daily diet and answered their curious questions. Afterwards, our chef turned fruits and vegetables into artworks and created beautiful crafts together with the kids. In the end, children ate their crafts and unanimously decided to eat more fruits and vegetables from now on.
Franklin and Marshall College and Worcester Polytechnic Institute at the European School05 Oct 2018
On October 2, our school hosted the representatives of Franklin and Marshall College and Worcester Polytechnic Institute. European School Students engaged in a lively and meaningful discussion with the representatives and found out more about the college admissions process. The pupils from our International Baccalaureate (IB) programme were pleased to hear that they have a privilege to graduate at Franklin and Marshall College in just three years. As our school is in the process of becoming a STEM school, our students were particularly interested in Worcester Polytechnic Institute, which is a great, test-optional STEM University.
Kids Festival at Mtatsminda Park04 Oct 2018
On Saturday, September 29, European School took part in Kids Festival, which was held at Mtatsminda Park. Guests had the opportunity to see kid-focused services in one place and gather information about the field of education in Georgia.
European School's Tent at Iliauni Science Picnic03 Oct 2018
On Saturday, September 29, European School participated in Iliauni Science Picnic, which took place at the Vake Park. Our tent was the center of everyone's attention - visitors took a great interest in robot fights, programmable drones, 3D pens and fun electronic experiments!
Exhibition at the National Science Library03 Oct 2018
On September 25, European School took part in an exhibition at the National Science Library. Our students amazed the audience with their high-tech robots and drones.
AHS goes on a Rafting Trip03 Oct 2018
For American High School students, excursions of the new study year have started with a rafting tour. The day was full of various sports activities. 8-th, 9-th, 10-th and 11-th graders visited adventure club “Jomardi” located in the river valley of Aragvi, and also tried adventure park tour in sports and fun city made of wires, which has roads with different difficulty levels. Students had a lot of fun and came back home relaxed and fully recharged.
Boston University at the European School01 Oct 2018
On September 28, European School had the honor to welcome Boston University. Liam McCartney from BU admissions met students from across three programs and demystified the application and admissions process with an info-session that was equally enlightening and sincere. After every visit, ES students become better attuned to the requirements, the culture, and the expectations of selective universities. At ES, we are happy to see that regardless of the program (IB, AHS, Georgian Program) they are in, our students are admitted by universities around the world.