It’s AP time! Check out this advice:
Uncategorized Friendly Advice for AP Exam Period By Wei-Ting Shih on May 4, 2019 • ( Leave a comment ) For two weeks, many students from ANS and all across the world are united by one common objective: to do well in their Advanced Placement exams. These tests, also known as AP exams, assess one’... ... See more
We love our school staff! Always make sure to check out our HumANS articles, featuring some of the most outstanding members of our community!
This is my tenth year working at ANS. I started off in Elementary School as an assistant teacher and assistant counselor. I have worked in many sectors of our school, including Drama, Art, Music, Student Store and Middle School Office. Currently, I am a substitute teacher for Secondary School, as well as the High School Office secretary.
I consider ANS my second home since I have spent a very long time being part of this community. I have been learning a lot from this school, am still currently learning, and plan to learn even more in the future.
I would like to continuously give “light” to our school community, contributing to the ANS students, parents, and staff with my hard work and dedication.
Este es mi décimo año trabajando en el Colegio Americano Nicaragüense. Comencé siendo asistente de maestro y asistente de consejero de primaria. He trabajado en muchos sectores de nuestra escuela, incluyendo teatro, arte, música, tienda de estudiantes y oficina de escuela secundaria. Actualmente, soy maestro sustituto de la escuela secundaria y secretario de la oficina de secundaria.
Considero el colegio como mi segundo hogar, ya que he formado parte de esta comunidad por mucho tiempo. He estado aprendiendo mucho de esta escuela, todavía estoy aprendiendo y planeo aprender aún más en el futuro.
Me gustaría dar "luz" continuamente a nuestra comunidad escolar, contribuyendo a los estudiantes, padres y personal de ANS con mi gran trabajo y dedicación.
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#SeniorCorner Q: What has been your best memory of ANS? What has been your worst?
A: Does it only have to be one best memory? To me, every lunch with my friends is a best memory, so I basically have them every day. My worst memory would probably be thinking about leaving ANS.
Check out our new Senior Corner articles! The first features Lorenzo Gutierrez.
https://www.ans.edu.ni/newspaper/2019/04/24/senior-corner-lorenzo-gutierrez/ ... See more
Uncategorized Senior Corner: Lorenzo Gutiérrez By Wei-Ting Shih on April 24, 2019 • ( Leave a comment ) As part of a special feature that we would like to continue in the future, we have launched ‘Senior Corner’ articles! These will feature small interviews with some of the exceptional senior... ... See more
Are you a fan of cars? Regardless, make sure to look into Min Gue Kwak's fascinating article about a recent trend in the car market: a preference for Japanese cars.
https://www.ans.edu.ni/newspaper/2019/03/25/the-popularity-of-japanese-cars/ ... See more
Entertainment The Popularity of Japanese Cars By Min Gue Kwak on March 25, 2019 • ( Leave a comment ) The Pre-1973 American car market was dominated by US-based manufacturers. In 1961, 75% of the US market was owned by GM and Ford, which is an insane figure in today’s standards (source). As seen... ... See more
Check out this insightful article by Regina Franco, speaker and writer for the Eye of the Tiger, about our recent successful [email protected] event!
https://www.ans.edu.ni/newspaper/2019/04/02/tedxyouth-event-at-ans/ ... See more
Uncategorized TEDxYouth Event at ANS By Regina Franco on April 2, 2019 • ( Leave a comment ) The American Nicaraguan School held its first fully student organized TEDxYouth event on Friday 29th of March, 2019, with the theme “Reboot” . The event was held in the Ossi Room from 8:00am to 12:00pm... ... See more