ASU will hold its Opening Ceremony for the new school year on Thursday, August 27 at 8:30 at the Elementary School campus. This will mark the ninth school year for ASU, as we welcome new and returning students and staff. More than 50 teachers from the international community comprise our faculty, with about 550 students representing dozens of countries. We look forward to another exciting year of learning and growing together. Hope to see you there!
Yesuujin.O started her studies with ASU in 2006 as a 6th grade student then graduated in 2013 and was one of the honor roll students. During her time at ASU she has been on the Student Council Committee as Class representative, she was also a member of the girls soccer team and attended ACAMIS in 2010. Yesuujin is now progressing her studies at The University of Manchester in United Kingdom with a major in BSc Urban Studies/City& Regional planning. Whilst her time in the UK she became a student relations officer at British-Mongolian Student’s Association- BMSA and Student Ambassador/Representative at OnCampus London. Yesuujin will be the president of the ASU Alumni Association where she will work to keep all alumni’s connected in the future.
ASU is offering free access to the soccer field and secondary school sports courts during the summer break. Use of the facilities will be at the users own risk, and ASU will not be liable for any loss or injury. Minors must be accompanied by an adult.
Are you looking for an opportunity for your kids to have fun, learn about Science, improve English and reading skills, and make new friends? ASU Summer Camp is the place! We are offering an English Camp for ages 6 – 12 at ASU Elementary School from June 22 – July 10. The camp runs from Monday to Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Your children will be involved in many different kinds of activities such as stories, games, science experiments, cooking, hiking, and art. The cost of the program is 500.000 tugrugs. We are anticipating a great time with your children! Contact Ari at Student Services for more information.
Joanne Effa, ESL Coordinator
Almost two months ago, we held a math competition for students from 9th through 12th grade. We were very happy to have participants from our school represent each grade level. We have recently received the results and would like to recognize some of our top scorers. In the 9th through 11th grade contests, there were more than 16000 participants worldwide. Out of these, one of our students earned a school champion medal for her high score in the Fryer Contest. This medal was awarded to Isabela Gomez from 9th grade. We also have one student who earned a school champion medal for his high score and a certificate of distinction for scoring in the top 25% of all participants who took the Galois Contest. This medal and certificate were awarded to Donggun (Danny) Lee from 10th grade. Lastly, we have a student who received a school champion medal for his top score on the Euclid contest. The recipient for this is Enkhtuvshin Doyodkhuu from 12th grade. We had several students who scored above average on these contests, but only the top scorer is eligible to receive a medal. All of these contests were very challenging and we are proud of all students who participated.
Secondary School Mathematics Department