First Day of School

We hope everyone enjoyed their summer.  Remember that the first day of school for both elementary and secondary is August 25. As you prepare for the new school year, it’s time to start purchasing supplies.  You can access the classroom supplies list for each elementary grade by clicking on Student Life on the Menu above. Many of the items can also be purchased at the school.  For further inquiries, please contact the Student Services Office at (976) 11 341501.

Secondary School classroom supplies list will be provided by course teachers.

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*The image used above is taken from this website.

KG and Grade 5 Graduation

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Two grades at the elementary school marked milestones as students celebrated promotion to the next grade level.  The fifth graders had a ceremony on June 11, during which several of the students shared their best memories from previous years in elementary school.  After the short speeches by the students, they received promotion certificates and enjoyed some time of socializing with parents and teachers.  The kindergarten students held a promotion ceremony in the auditorium on June 13, marking their transition to first grade, where their instruction will be a little more formal and focused on core subjects like math, science, social studies and language arts.

Sports Day

The weather cooperated as ASU held its annual school-wide Sports Day in June, with students teaming up according to Spirit House colors for an assortment of games.  After gathering in classrooms to design their flags and come up with a creative team cheer, they made their way around the school to different events, including tug-of-war, running races, water balloon toss, sack races and more.  Teams earned points for winning events, as well as for sportsmanship and the best cheer.  Sports Day is the culminating event of a busy year.

Congratulations Class of 2014!

ASU Rounds Out May with Open House

Despite the constant rain that fell Saturday morning and afternoon, visitors arrived early and stayed late for our recent Open House. The annual event began with fifth-grade students giving tours of the elementary school, followed by a presentation on the school’s history, current programs and plans for the near future. At noon the games began, and the registration tables stayed busy throughout the event. While many current students, their families and friends attended the event and enjoyed all the activities offered, it is designed as an opportunity for the general public to see the school facilities and gain information about our programs in anticipation of the next school year.