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12 Apr 2021

International Fiesta Celebrates National Sports Day

Stamford's International Fiesta celebrations rolled on with dress up as your national sport day! [Read More]
5 Apr 2021

Community Cookbook and Cooking Channel Launch

Community Cookbook and Cooking Channel launched as part of this years International Fiesta 2021, giving everyone a taste of the different cultures at Stamford American. [Read More]
29 Mar 2021

Grade 9 Masks for Charity

Limited edition masks designed and created by Grade 9 student for charity [Read More]
22 Mar 2021

Grade 11 students awarded at AMIS Online Solo and Ensemble Festival 2020/21

Three Stamford American Grade 11 students received a blue ribbon from The Association for Music in International Schools (AMIS) Online Solo and Ensemble Festival 2020/21. [Read More]
15 Mar 2021

Exploring UNESCO World Heritage sites with VR

Grade 7 Humanities students used Virtual Reality (VR) to explore UNESCO World Heritage sites [Read More]
24 Feb 2021

Design Technology: KG2 Students Construction Techniques Showcase

KG2 students showcase their construction techniques in Design Technology class [Read More]
10 Feb 2021

Celebrating Lunar New Year!

Stamford celebrated Lunar New Year this February 2021 with lots of colorful decorating, music and dancing. [Read More]
28 Jan 2021

Achieving IB Success - Tips from Students & Faculty Webinar

This month's Stamford Connects Webinar showcased students past and present, and revealed that success in the IB Diploma Program means so much more than just a high score. [Read More]

Top 5 Stories
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Stamford's International Fiesta celebrations rolled on with dress up as your national sport day!

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Community Cookbook and Cooking Channel launched as part of this years International Fiesta 2021, giving everyone a...

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Limited edition masks designed and created by Grade 9 student for charity

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Three Stamford American Grade 11 students received a blue ribbon from The Association for Music in International...

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Grade 7 Humanities students used Virtual Reality (VR) to explore UNESCO World Heritage sites