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Graduates of 2017: What are they up to now?

Graduates of 2017: What are they up to now?

Elena D., Editor

September 22, 2017


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Since graduating, last year's 12th graders have moved on to new and exciting things, following their ambitions and passions. The Quirky Quibbler was able to get in contact with some of the graduates, each of whom shared their stories about life after graduating, ranging from fashion design to law and...

Interviewing The SIS Wildlife Club!

Interviewing The SIS Wildlife Club!

Rebekka A., Editor

September 14, 2017


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The management of nature and of Earth's biodiversity aims to protect species, their habitats, and ecosystems from extensive extinction and erosion of biotic factors. The conservation of nature is a global concern, and one that the Wildlife Club at SIS is proud to represent. Wildlife Club is a CAS a...

11th Graders in Gotland

11th Graders in Gotland

Maya M., Reporter

September 9, 2017


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After a long and restful summer holiday, school has begun once again. Starting school, whether you are new or not, can be a tough transition from the mellow days of summer. Luckily, we had the grade trips to look forward to and to help ease us into the beginning of school. Last week, we 11th grad...

12th Graders Freezing but Smiling in Åre

12th Graders Freezing but Smiling in Åre

Sophie B., Editor

September 6, 2017


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SIS’s 12th graders and soon upcoming graduates embarked on the annual school trip to the skiing town of Åre in the Northern part of Sweden. As it is still considered to be late summer in Sweden, we unfortunately did not get the chance to ski there. Instead, we had the opportunity to hike up the moun...

And They’re Off

And They’re Off

Sarah F. and Sophie B.

June 16, 2017


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June 7, 2017 marked the beginning of the year twelve graduation. As traditionally done, the year eleven students managed, as best as they could, the utspring lunch. This included setting up, decorating, serving and cleaning. After the tables had been set with streamers and flowers, the year twelves ...

Grade 9 has a Night Under the Stars

Grade 9 has a Night Under the Stars

Olivia T., Guest writer

June 15, 2017


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On Friday the very first 9th grade formal took place. A night filled with food, dance, activities and much more. A great success and a great way to end the year and say goodbye to many of our students! With the auditorium transformed fit to a night under the stars, the Formal started with a mingle befor...

Graduates Leave a Lasting Impression

Graduates Leave a Lasting Impression

Kresimir K. and Stine S.

June 9, 2017


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Stine: Thank you all for being here tonight, it's an honour to be representing the SIS graduate class of 2017. My name is Stine. Some of you may not who I am and that is because I have been held hostage by the IB diploma program for the last two years. I first joined the SIS community in spring o...

“Chairs Into Light” – Design Technology Showcase

“Chairs Into Light” –  Design Technology Showcase

Rebekka A., Editor

June 7, 2017


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Last week, MYP students held a wonderful exhibition to showcase their entrepreneurial skills and inventions. The 8th graders part was called "Chairs Into Light," This design technology project pushed students toward innovation and creativity. The students were tasked with designing three chairs inspired...

Parlez-Vous Français?

Parlez-Vous Français?

Mina J, Devon T, Katarina K, Alva S, Olivia G, and Marta J

June 2, 2017


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The French language trip to Geneva started with our flight being cancelled! We were at Arlanda when Olivia asked, "Did they just say our flight was canceled?”  “What?” I asked cluelessly. “The announcement said that our flight was cancelled!” “Are you sure?”  We looked at about five different sc...

Future World Leaders Meet in New York

Future World Leaders Meet in New York

Hilda E., Guest writer

May 29, 2017


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This year, a group of students travelled to New York together with Mr. McCormick, Ms. Rader and Ms. Guyo to attend the Global Citizens International Model United Nations (GCIMUN) conference. GCIMUN is a conference where students from all around the world meet to debate global issues. The purpose of ...

How Far Would you Walk to get to School?

How Far Would you Walk to get to School?

Yuto T. and Photos by A Stiko

May 26, 2017


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On the 17th of March, the primary and MYP sections of SIS took part in the ‘Walk for Nepal’. This particular annual event helps us raise awareness about the children in Nepal, specifically, the children at Shila Devi School. Children at Shila Devi School live in different parts of the region,...

¿Hablas español?

¿Hablas español?

Elena D. and Additional Photos by Ms Van Halewijn and Mr F de Pablo

May 24, 2017


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The Spanish language trip began with  a short bus tour around  Madrid, followed by a three course meal at ‘La Gloría” restaurant. We tried Spanish tortilla (omelet with potato), followed by chicken and fries, and then ice cream for dessert; a great way to immerse ourselves in the culture of Spain. All...

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