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ISA Student Experience China For The First Time
The ISA students enjoyed traditional Chinese style dining during their trip to China. Over spring break March 4-13, the International School of the Americas (ISA) took a group of 19 students and 4 teachers to China. This group tr (More)
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Astronomy: Join The Club
It\'s not too late to join the \"out of this world\", ISA Astronomy Club. Meetings occur every other Wednesday to discuss current events in the fascinating and dynamic world of astronomy, as well as to develop bonds with people who share similar inte (More)
8th Grade Pep Rally Brings Out Hype From Vols
Two pep rallies were held in the main gym this morning, the first starting around 9:30 and the second starting around 10:30, for Jackson, Nimitz and Kruger iMAL/KSAT eighth graders. Representatives from sports, magnet programs, band, and orchestra (More)
ISA Students Discuss Protests With Hong Kong Resident
In late October, the Discovering Asia class at the International School of the Americas met before school to participate in a video conference with Alice Mong, Exe (More)
ISA Earns Second Place Ranking in Niche Poll
The International School of the Americas was named the 2nd best high school in San Antonio and the 22nd best in the state, earning an A+ Overall Niche Grade. Niche, a content ranking website that specializes in academic and city statistics, has r (More)
Silver And Black Give Back: ISA Advances To Next Round
On Tuesday, Oct. 21, 20 schools met up at the AT&T Center to be congratulated by the San Antonio Spurs for their efforts on trying to make a difference in the (More)
Underclassmen Retakes Oct. 30
School photo retakes will be all day on Thursday, Oct. 31 for all Lee and ISA underclassmen. The photos will be taken in the Library Multipurpose room. Students may take in their previously ordered packet for retakes or may order a whole new se (More)
ISA Hosts Conference for Administrators From Around The Nation
ISA welcomed administrators from 21 schools on Oct. 1 to a meeting of the Asia Society’s International Studies Schools Network. The administrators came from new ISSN schools in California, Colorado, Ohio, Texas and Washington to visit classrooms, tal (More)
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