What’s that I hear? The time is near! Grab your seat for a musical treat! That’s right, ladies and gentlemen, now’s your chance to step into a world of whimsy and fun at the Lewin Theatre on March 24th and 25th for the QAIS production of Seussical Jr. Tickets can be purchased at the QAIS […]
QAIS Montessori teachers shared their wealth of knowledge with members of our instructional staff, in order to demonstrate how learning math is accessible to all students. By using manipulatives and creative teaching strategies, Montessori teachers convey difficult mathematical concepts, such as the foundations of algebra and geometry to even their youngest of students. During the […]
Have you ever wondered what other IB students are like? What they learn? Where they are in the world? Lucy Dustman, did, and now she’s come up with a way to find out through her MYP Personal Project website: www.globallymindedchatter.com This site is a brilliant attempt to connect IB learners and schools from across the […]
Congratulations are in order for Adelle Ashelman on her acceptance and scholarship offer from Savannah College of Art and Design! SCAD is a top tier art and design school, with four campuses, including two in the United States, and one in both Hong Kong and France. Great job, Adelle!
The QAIS basketball team, lead by coaches Brian Quist and Reuben Fitzgerald, has been progressing as a team and improving their record, recently pulling a hard earned victory over YCIS.
Grade 5 students have taken what they’ve learned in their recent unit on energy and have applied it in a most engaging and creative way: through games.
QAIS understands how important it is to expose students to real-world experiences, in order to enhance what is taught in the classroom. Field trips are excellent ways to connect life and learning, and when creating daily lessons, teachers often embed these types of outings into their curriculum. Recently, grade 2 students ventured to a local […]