What's life like on the other side of the screen?
After the release of the WAB Alumni Survey results, a Class of 2012 software engineer reflects.
The report is the result of a preparatory visit from a global accreditation organiztion.
A student and teacher tell their story on The WAB Podcast
WAB worked with a world-leading organization to develop the program.
Watch the films, find the winners, and vote in one last category!
Students programmed robots to dance and solve mazes.
Read about one student's recent acceptance to a special program at Penn.
Students are using poetic devices to find power in their voices.
They offered tips on creating inclusive school environments.
Students take action to solve local and global issues.
Check out some of the projects Grade 10s completed in the IB MYP.
The group represents 17 nationalities and has 426 combined years of experience.
The duo handled broadcasting for the Naraka World Championship.
It's the result of students and teachers co-creating an interdisciplinary unit of study.
The professional development organization's executive director joins The WAB Podcast.
Dan Dan will be swimming and studying at the University of Evansville.
Find a full recording and a photo slideshow of the production!
MYP students are blending hands-on and digital design techniques.
WAB's Middle School Counselors join The WAB Podcast with practical tips & resources.
Michelle Chow-Liu is now president of the International ACAC.
The culture of Henan and China's National Museum come to WAB!
Watch highlights and hear from student artists!
Head of School and Co-founder share WAB stories.
Tune into The WAB Podcast to hear Safal discuss self-directed Capstone Project
How WAB makes learning accessible for students
Tour the gallery and hear from artists from anywhere in the world!
Class of 2018 graduate Danny Du and Principal Melanie Vrba join The WAB Podcast.
You can watch a full-length recording of the student-run event.
Join us Saturday, March 12, in the Blu Theatre or via student-led live stream.
On this week's podcast, WAB's High School Counselors explain their relationship-based approach.
Two Grade 7 students explain how they take ownership over assessments.
Community donations will support EGRC's scholarships for young women.
Teachers from Grades 3 and 5 were invited to share their learning community models.
Two WAB experts discuss our school's approach to healthy & productive tech use
See student's photo essays and read about their learning journeys.
Want to enroll? Join us to tour campus, meet students, and speak with our world-class educators!
A team of teachers explains WAB's strategies for English as an Additional Language.
This is the start of the months-long Primary Years Programm Exhibition.
Students enhance their Design learning while serving others' needs.
Join a conversation with WAB's Head of School and our Director of Innovation.
Psych The Magazine is a collection of student writing, designs, and photos on the subject.
Happy Year of the Tiger! It's WAB's year!
Students join The WAB Podcast to talk about making connections through sport.
Take a look through an early list of universities WAB graduates will attend next year
KingLead released its annual rankings and once again has WAB #1.
Students and Vice Principal discuss how choice enhances opportunities to explore.
Join us for a field trip into the Grade 3 wing to see what life is like in a learning community.
High school students developed games for their Elementary clients.
All students, teachers, and staff will receive red envelopes to make their contributions. Thank you!
Student groups hosted booths for the annual event.
A group of students is transforming plastic waste on campus into usable, durable products.
Thanks to everyone who contributed to the toy and clothing drive!
Maia plans to donate revenue to contribute to scholarships for young women
It's a balance of personal relevance, cultural immersion, and academic rigor.
Find a comprehensive list of music, dance, drama, and more over the next two weeks at WAB!
Find out how and why students built speakers in this cool video!
Deepanshu joins WAB's PYP Coordinator & Head of EdTech for this week's podcast.
They won best team, best coaches, and four individual excellence awards.
A Grade 12 student joins us for a conversation with her mother and DP English teacher.
The WAB community is invited to join us on December 5 for this wonderful tradition.
Spectrum is a student-led club promoting inclusion in the WAB community
The new system prioritizes personalized learning, self-reflection, and real-world application.
Eirdis has enjoyed international success with her oil paintings and mixed media art.
Thanks to the WAB community for donating in Charity Link's Fall Clothing Drive!
Two students and two design teachers explain the project on this week's episode of The WAB Podcast.
The Junior Grade 1s saw how old bottle caps were converted into keychains.
How our community is working together to ensure student well-being.
On this week's episode, we discuss this question, which is getting a lot of attention in our community.
In this short video, students explain their views on the meaning of diversity.
A Middle and High School student join this week's episode of The WAB Podcast to answer this question.
The school is taking steps to define the actions that will lead to our learning outcomes and impacts
Grade 11 student Nicole T. releases the first in a story series designed to share student experiences at WAB.
For the first time at WAB, Grades 2 to 5 students take Design as single-subject class.
A new page aims to recognize student accomplishments beyond the WAB campus.
They investigated coding and the strategies used to autonomous the cars.
The varsity volleyball teams challenged staff teams in a community fundraising event.
Libraries are evolving into hybrid physical-virtual spaces designed for flexible, collaborative learning.
WAB has a global reputation among educators for its innovation, academic excellence, warm community, and world-class campus.
They discuss the impact on academics, community, and university applications.
Grade 12 student Zimu won the National Speech and Debate Association’s national championship.
Camping trips designed for students to reconnect with nature and apply learning outside the classroom.
They discuss Ms. Catherine's new role, the UN Sustainable Development Goals, favorite books, and more!
It was a chance to learn from the local village's rich ecological and cultural resources.
More than 400 participants from 60 schools around the globe joined the conversations.
WAB alumna Imme Koolenbrander joins us for a conversation on The WAB Podcast
Building connections by celebrating our similarities and our differences.
Season 2 of The WAB Podcast is back. Start your weekend with new episodes every Friday!
Nearly 200 WAB parents joined the in-person and virtual welcome events on Wednesday
Student leaders recruited members to join their service, academic, athletics, and arts groups.
WAB is enhancing the way we support student safeguarding.
Their Teen Takeover issue was released to the community today!
On top of their trophies, all WAB teams qualified for the Tournament of Champions hosted at Yale University.
Summer camps featured sports, arts, culture, academics, and community service.
The Class of 2021's scores soared above world averages across all subject areas and the Diploma Programme core.
Welcome to school year 2021-2022 at WAB!
Campus will serve as a community center and as the home of our first-ever summer activities program!
In the Season 1 finale, our Head of School & Director of Innovation for Learning and Teaching reflect and look ahead.
Students engaged with our host country in new ways -- both explicitly and within their academic subjects.
The week-long internship program is a highlight for WAB's Grade 10 students.
Students are taking the lead in developing our school's new strategic plan. Find out why.
The student-led event will support a EGRC, a charity focused on educating young women in China
An enlightening conversation with WAB's Head of School & three CIS representatives
A special Distinguished Speaker Series event for the WAB community.
Ceremonies took place on campus and at Beijing's famous Confucius Temple.
"WAB’s mission coincides with that of TEDx: to inspire and share ideas in order to make a difference."
Join us June 10 for an exclusive screening in a special WAB DSS event.
Three WAB students and our school psychologist discuss the importance of making an impact in the community.
Judges evaluated a variety of elements including the quality of faculty and university matriculation.
Join us outside the Middle School Plaza for a full night of film and fun!
A Grade 8 student and Middle School Counselor offer practical advice for families.
Each day, 316 students in Grades 9-11 had the choice of 21 total trips.
After seven weeks of designing and testing, students raced their boats on Duck Lake!
The Future Now Leadership Toolkit for Middle & High School students was piloted at WAB and is expanding around the world.
Invitations to Jazz and Rock in the Park, the Identity Film Festival, and Fun Fair!
Students put their learning and their passions on display for the WAB community.
A local program invites female high school students to interact with some of the world's leading companies.
A self-directed, research-based project in which students take on local and global issues.
Students will attend some of the world's most specialized and prestigious university programs.
Elementary, Middle, and High School student efforts resulted in successful events both on and off campus.
"It gives students and staff an opportunity to experience other cultures and countries."
How do schools ensure the quality of new approaches and practices?
The field trip was a part of a partnership between WAB and the China Science Academy.
"From whatever age students enter WAB, they are surrounded by different forms of expression."
Explore WAB's Cultural Forum, Think Tank, and Enriched Inclusion initiatives.
Performers and Student Council members discuss the motivation behind their efforts.
The donation continues WAB's long history of supporting the EGRC charity organization.
Middle School students put their race cars to the test this week at Formula WAB.
The group is planning virtual hang-outs and English lessons for young cancer patients.
Campus will open to parents for student-led visits for the first time since January 2019.
The team was chosen as winners in a unanimous decision over their 12 competitors.
A circuit of experiences in Grade 4 gets students excited about learning in different ways.
It was part of a launch of their "Where We are in Place and Time" Unit of Inquiry.
"People often forget that PE (physical education) is now PHE (Physical Health Education),”
"With the Personal Project, you get to lead your own way, you get to create your own path," Debo said.
The new space can accommodate learning activities, community gatherings, and presentations.
The student-led process will involve parents, faculty, staff, alumni, and board members.
We discuss the value of experiential learning and outdoor education's role in the future of learning.
Volleyball and table tennis athletes enjoyed a festival of sport and a celebration of their accomplishments.
How students at WAB can build a customized program to drive their professional interests and expertise.
Later this month, students will trek to WAB's outdoor education campus near the Great Wall of China.
Special offers available for those who attend and apply this month!
The space features climbing structures, swings, a zip line, several slides, trampolines, and social areas.
The world-leading swim safety and teaching group moved online exclusively for WAB.
How students teamed up with teachers to create learning activities.
How do teachers use physical education to help young people develop a healthy and active lifestyle that lasts?
Parents, faculty, and students reflect on WAB's return to off-campus learning.
On this week's episode, we're joined by world-renowned consultant and author Steve Barkley.
What have we learned, and what is different this go-round?
Parents are essential to the success of remote learning, so our counselors share tips for their well-being.
They talked about mental health, online learning, and university life.
Students worked with teachers to create more durable, plastic-free badges.
Join a conversation with a team of teachers here and on The WAB Podcast.
Students fundraised to pay for vaccinations, medical checks, and winter boarding.
A new space enhanced opportunities to diversify the way WAB approaches teaching and learning math.
The agreement includes learning opportunities for students and training for WAB nurses.
Annual rankings by KingLead, a leading platform for international school resources and research.
With the new lighting, the skating and hockey surfaces will remain open into the evening.
They used microscopes and other lab equipment to create a memorable experience for the younger students.
Join us for a field trip into the Grade 3 wing to see what it's like for students and teachers.
Like the current Atrium, designs will have symbols and artifacts inspired by our host country, China.
Thousands of bazaar-goers supported local and international charities at the event.
Beyond their research findings, they explain the lessons they learned through the process.
Inkblot is publishing its winter issue one story a day through its official WeChat account.
Use your mouse to control a personalized tour of WAB facilities!
The WAB Podcast brings you a conversation with our IB PYP, MYP, and DP Coordinators and Curriculum Coaches.
A fun video from the WAB Tiger to remind us to stay safe and healthy while on campus!
They're in charge of team selection, organization, game strategy, and more.
WAB's Head of School and our Director of Innovation for Learning and Teaching explore the future of education.
New colorful and age-appropriate posters are going up throughout the school buildings.
The community came together to make this important face-to-face meetings possible.
A new series of workshops at WAB is aimed at equipping students for success in an uncertain future.
Students are learning skills for the future by exploring the past.
'Tis the season for giving! How our international school community comes together to make a difference.
A reminder to keep safe and healthy as we approach cold and flu season.
One of Beijing's biggest and best bazaars will take place Saturday, November 21, at Beijing Riviera’s Clubhouse.
Impactful, in-depth learning experiences for students make this a hallmark WAB festival.
New strategies for students and tips for parents related to university admissions since the COVID-19 pandemic.
Four WAB alumni students discuss how they are pursuing careers in music.
A partnership formed by a shared mission: empowering students to make a difference.
Sports and arts are back at WAB, and we're celebrating with a festival!
A Grade 12 student is upcycling and repairing old fabrics, raising money to fight famine in Yemen.
Inkblot's Editor in Chief is using storytelling to bring her classmates together.
China as our host country is woven into WAB learning and ties our diverse community together.
Middle School students played a key role, working with teachers and architects to plan the new space.
Four WAB students from the Class of 2006-2019 will share stories about their music careers.
We sat down for a conversation with the Middle School Student Council Vice President, Deviana.
WAB has formed partnerships to help student learning translate into positive action.
New episodes are released every Wednesday on Apple, Amazon, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts.
The first time students from all grade levels are back on campus together.
WAB teachers are working with students and parents to select a new technology tool in the Elementary School.
What is learning innovation, and why do we need it?
WAB launched a podcast with inspiring stories to connect our community and educators worldwide.
Combining video games and school used to be a recipe for trouble. That's no longer the case.
WABX launched its first season of extracurricular activities in a hybrid model, applying lessons learned from WAB's academics to adapt.
How have WAB teachers managed to maintain mentor relationships with students around the world?
We aim to utilize technology in ways which serve each individual learner's needs.
Congratulations to the Class of 2020!
Read about the enhanced health and safety measures in place at WAB.
The latest issue explores how stories of separation and isolation can bring students together.
Graduating student-artists took their art exhibit online for the first time in WAB's history.
Watch a video of highlights as our students reunite at WAB for the end of the school year.
WAB Parent Link sends a video of gratitude to our staff and faculty.
Campus has been deep cleaned, and we have implemented several measures to ensure a safe return to school.
The virtual ceremony made for some truly special moments for the WAB community.
Virtual celebrations are underway, so make sure to stop in and congratulate the WAB grads!
Broadcasting live around the globe, Grade 5 students worked to inspire positive change.
Hundreds of students, staff, parents, and alumni came together online to perform in the music festival.
What exactly is a blended learning model, and how are we maximizing each student's experience?
Get all of the details to tune in and rock out together - live online!
Check out the prestigious and specialized programs our grads will pursue in university.
Our students are learning from around the world, bu remain deeply connected to our school's host country.
Photos & videos of our Grade 8's return, plus a look at what's ahead for our community.
True to WAB's Mission, presentations aimed at inspiring others to take action and make a difference.
See exactly what it will look like when Grade 8 students return to campus after the coronavirus closure.
A platform for students to share productive, relevant ideas.
More than 50 WAB families from around the globe connected online for fun!
WAB has cooperated with official regulations to ensure a safe re-opening of our campus.
How have students and teachers in language classes transitioned to online learning?
We are looking forward to more signature WAB events taking place, including the Rock in the Park music festival.
We're back! Here's an outline of the required procedures for returning to campus.
The WABX activities team has set up an online program for the community to share.
WAB's Counseling Team shares some suggestions and insights in this week's article.
How has WAB transitioned to teaching outdoor education online?
The Middle School StuCo has been among the most proactive student groups, looking out for their classmates and global community.
We're bringing the campus to you during online learning!
Watch Grade 10 Jodi Y's cross-cutting progression, "The Struggles of Online Learning"
Resiliency, self-compassion, and social connection help with feelings of uncertainty.
The Langlands family shares what they have learned while away from campus.
Check out this infographic from the WAB counselors that may help you and your family.
How have science teachers and students transitioned to online learning?
Take a look inside the learning experiences of one WAB family while away from campus.
What does art teaching and learning look like while away from campus?
A comprehensive resource for schools, teachers, and students around the world.
How do we manage a transition to learning without the labs, machines, and tools we're used to?
The WAB community is sharing three things they've learned while away from campus.
Submit a video of you singing this song, and WAB will create a compilation to share with the community.
Watch a video compilation from our WAB community to the medical professionals in Wuhan and victims of COVID-19.
Watch some of the creative videos from our PHE teachers and coaches.
WAB's counseling team shares tips and resources to have reassuring conversations with kids and increase positivity.
The importance of a parents’ role in the learning community has been highlighted during online learning.
Despite being away from campus, students continue to receive acceptance letters from the world's most specialized programs.
“All of this faculty learning is in the direct and immediate service of the learning of our students, and it will serve us well even as we move back onto campus.”
WAB's Counseling Team explains secondary stress and how to fend off its effects.
Compelled to take positive action, the Student Council worked with the WHO to identify a reputable charity.
In this week's counselor message, our team discusses how a positive outlook in this situation can benefit families.
Here are some strategies and resources to utilize that will help you maximize your learning experiences.
In our first week of online learning, counselors share ideas on how to make a smooth transition.
WAB's Head of School addresses the community as we work together to manage a difficult situation and transition to remote learning.
A deliberate effort to enhance WAB's mentorship pays off for students in academics and beyond.
WAB celebrates Spring Festival across campus.
Learning at WAB is not just for students. Our staff, faculty, and parents are all part of our school's dynamic learning community.
Since its founding, our school has celebrated learning within the context of our host country.
Jerome created a new wardrobe for WAB's orchestra and has organized fashion shows on campus.
An annual reunion on campus featured a Q&A session about graduation, university, and life after WAB.
Adventure and exploration awaits, as students prepare for their WAB Wild trips this spring!
In 2016, WAB renewed its commitment to transforming the ecology of Duck Lake for learning and community activities.
They returned with medals and trophies from the Tournament of Champions.
WAB welcomed 600 of the world's leading educators from around the world.
The prestigious awards evaluate initiatives from the world's leading international schools.
The student-led initiative seeks to inspire others to actively make a difference in the world.
Expert artists visited campus to host workshops and direct performances.
WAB’s Winter Bazaar raised more than 220,000 RMB for 10+ charity organizations.
Presented in our newly renovated Blu Theatre on December 10 and 11.
Jump into the holiday season with handicrafts, seasonal snacks, and festive entertainment!
Our community is honored and grateful to be the first international school to receive this award.
More than 600 delegates attended the event, which was certainly #notyouraverageconference.
WAB will host the zodiac-themed International School Theater Association Festival from November 22-24.
Creating a CV. Healthy cooking classes. A scavenger hunt. It was a busy and fun week.
Watch video highlights celebrating APAC's 25th Anniversary, and learn about signature elements of our activities conference.
Students are at the center of their learning, taking ownership of their own journey.
A historic weekend for WAB athletics in volleyball, tennis, rugby, and cross-country.
Interdisciplinary activities create engaging and impactful learning experiences.
University counseling goes far beyond hosting fairs. At WAB, the entire process is individually tailored to each student.
The product of a collaborative effort from student groups and school administration.
In celebration of Diversity Week in our Elementary School, students chimed in to talk about how diversity benefits their lives.
This is another example of how WAB's Middle School is enhancing social-emotional learning opportunities.
Activities in the High School supported the community's acceptance of diverse gender and sexual identities.
The in-depth, insightful story about the impact drama has had on Jonas' life was published on dramatics.org.