Journalism Editor and Senior, Pablo Lacayo, is published in today's Nuevo Diario. Congrats!
Por cuarta ocasión consecutiva, el Colegio Americano Nicaragüense (ANS, por sus siglas en inglés) ganó el premio de Mejor Delegación, en la XXV Cumbre de las Américas de “HACIA Democracy”
ANS Wins Best HACIA Delegation---AGAIN!
School News ANS Wins Best HACIA Delegation for Fourth Consecutive Year By Elinor Ketelhohn on March 19, 2019 • ( Leave a comment ) The American Nicaraguan School won “Best Large Delegation” for the fourth consecutive year at the XXV HACIA Democracy Summit. The conference was held in Santo Domi... ... See more
Wondering what it's like to attend a public school in the States? Check out Junior Elinor Ketelhohn's recent experience.
https://www.ans.edu.ni/newspaper/2019/03/13/my-experience-in-an-american-public-school/ ... See more
Uncategorized My Experience in an American Public School By Elinor Ketelhohn on March 13, 2019 • ( Leave a comment ) Equal opportunities. Well-funded sports programs. Vast auditoriums. Lack of discipline. Shallow learning. Vaping. These contrasting factors illustrate the perplex nature of public s... ... See more
Feeling stressed? Check out Sophomore Sam Swinehart's take on stress.
Entertainment Stress By Samuel Swinehart on March 13, 2019 • ( Leave a comment ) Stress sucks. Being stressed, that sinking feeling in the pit of your gut, the nervousness you constantly feel, it’s on par with depression for what it does to the human body as well as psyche. It is essentially a h... ... See more
Today is not only a Wednesday — it is a Junior Wednesday! Make sure to check out this insightful article by one of our writers that talks about how this program has impacted juniors at ANS.
https://www.ans.edu.ni/newspaper/2019/02/26/junior-wednesdays-at-ans/ ... See more
School Events Junior Wednesdays at ANS By Wei-Ting Shih on February 26, 2019 • ( Leave a comment ) As the school year approaches March, when most seniors will be receiving the last of their college decisions, a new reality has slowly begun to dawn on the current juniors: the fact that they, soon, ... ... See more