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\'Steppin\' Into The Holidays\' Starts This Friday
 This Friday, Dec. 5, in the auditorium, starting at 7:30 p.m., NESA Dance majors will have their first show of the year - Steppin\' Into The Holidays (More)
Second And Last Night With NESA Is Tomorrow
The second and last Night with NESA is tomorrow, starting at 7 p.m., in the auditorium. After performances and/or videos of each major, families and students will split up to see the classrooms. (More)
New Ramp, Thanks To STEM
The new ramp that has been added to the out-door classroom, by the STEM/NESA building.[/captio (More)
Anything Goes Was \'Easy To Love\'
Bon Voyage performed by sailors and passengers, with Reno Sweeney (Sara Sargent).Photo ta (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)
\'Anything Goes\' Opens Thursday
DATES: NOV 6,7,8,13,14,15 AT 7:30 PM & NOV 9 & 16 AT 2:30 PM TIME: 7:30 PM & SUNDAY PERFORMANCES AT 2:30 PM. TICKETS: $10 IN ADVANCE AND $12 AT THE DOOR, ONLINE WWW.NEISD.NET/NESA/More)
BEST Robotics Qualifies for State Regional Finals
The Lee High School B.E.S.T. (Boosting Engineering Science and Technology) Robotics Team competed against 32 teams in the San Antonio Hub’s B.E.S.T. Robotics Competition at St. Mary’s University on Oct. 25. The team consisted of students from Lee, th (More)
Cast Announced for \'Anything Goes\'
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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)
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