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From Classroom to World Stage: Student Travel Tales

The American School of Advanced Studies never ceases to amaze its students, offering a plethora of luxurious team-building events such as excursions both abroad and locally.

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Mattew Giaquinto from European School's American School of Advanced Studies has been accepted to Cornell University. Along with his Ivy League admission, Mattew was also accepted by the following prestigious universities in the US: University of Virginia, University of Rochester.

Mariam Kemertelidze is going to University College London

Mariam Kemertelidze from European School's American School of Advanced Studies has been accepted to top-tier British universities: University College London, University of Warwick, Queen Mary, King's College London, University of London.

Innovation Week

Teaching 21st-century students needs innovative methods proven to work effectively with today’s tech-smart learners. During innovation weeks of the European School’s Science, Mathematics, and Innovative Technologies Departments, we evidenced that ES teachers keep up with changes and integrate innovation into the daily curriculum to encourage students’ academic growth.

We are Looking for Talents

We are thrilled to announce the successful completion of the "We are Looking for Talents" showcase, an event dedicated to highlighting the remarkable abilities of American School of Advanced Studies This initiative was brilliantly spearheaded by educators Nana Mukheria and Ani Bochorishvili, with invaluable support from students Liza Arveladze and Natalia Koiva, who played key roles in the organizing committee.

Family Feud

The students' drive to shake up education is unstoppable. Thanks to Solomon Arveladze and his interminable enthusiasm. The second event organized by him, this time the  "Family Feud", turned out to be very interesting and dynamic. Senior students got in on the action, bringing their wit and teamwork to the table in a fun quiz. With each team giving it their all, it was a showdown of brains and camaraderie. Our students prove again that they're not just smart, adroit, and creative, but also fantastic team players.

Workshop “ Create Your Dream Life”

We are thrilled to share an exciting initiative led by our 12th grader, Maribelle Chu. Maribelle, an exchange student in the Flex program, has brought a wealth of enthusiasm and generosity to our American School of Advanced Studies during her year-long stay. Always eager to assist her peers, Maribelle recently organized a captivating workshop for our 6th and 7th grade students titled "Create Your Dream Life." This workshop was not only engaging but also empowering for the participants. To recognize their efforts, we awarded the winners with certificates of achievement. Maribelle's dedication to fostering growth and inspiration among her peers is truly commendable.

What? Where? When?

On February 12th, the intellectual game “What? Where? When?” organized by the European Union in Georgia, was held at the European School. Over 850 participants competed in the game about Europe in different locations of Tbilisi and demonstrated knowledge about the European Union and its member states.

Conference "Current Issues of Neurobiology-2023

On December 22, 2023, at Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, the 11th Scientific Conference "Current Issues in Neurobiology-2023" took place, initiated by the Department of Human and Animal Physiology of the Faculty of Exact and Natural Sciences, in collaboration with the Department of Biology and the Faculty's administration.

Student conference (grades 6-7) "What is oppression and what does it mean to be an oppressor?

On December 15, an impactful joint conference unfolded as the 6th and 7th-grade students delved into the profound theme of bullying. With an unwavering commitment to enlighten their peers, these students delivered compelling presentations that explored the multifaceted nature of different types of bullying.

Professional involvement of teachers with continuous desire for development

An international conference for teachers was held on  December 10 - Courtyard by Marriott Batumi. The conference was dedicated to the "International Day of Human Rights Protection",  and the project was attended by hundreds of teachers and students throughout Georgia.

Teacher Conference in American School of Advanced Studies

On the vibrant afternoon of December 22, 2023, the American School of Advanced Studies played host to a multidisciplinary conference that left an indelible mark on the academic tapestry. The occasion showcased an array of presentations by distinguished educators, each delving into realms of knowledge with unparalleled expertise.