A Journey of Change

Seven months have passed since the start of the school year. Seven challenging, unique and beautiful months. Seven months that I cannot believe I was able to experience, where I found myself developing in so many ways and where I didn’t only learn about other people but I also discovered myself. Through this journey, I... Continue Reading →


Food waste at EMIS

The group of students in green team CAS are investigating an issue that hasn’t been discussed or mentioned since EMIS was born, the eyes of these students started to look around and they saw an awful fact that sometimes humans don’t recognize the existence of it. Therefore, they are now investigating this issue. The main... Continue Reading →

Life in Dorms

A big part of living in an international school is sharing a room with students from all around the world. The diversity of EMIS is well noticed in dorms. You never know who you will end up with. We decided to interview three rooms on campus about their life together. The first room we interviewed... Continue Reading →

Meet Our Teachers

EMIS is a place of extraordinary students, but also extraordinary teachers. In order to present them, we would like to take a throwback to the past and introduce stories from their childhood. Here are some teachers who shared their narratives. Ms. Shani Ms. Shani comes from London, England. Throughout her career, she taught for 5... Continue Reading →

Science Week

It is a truth universally acknowledged that when being in an international school filled with projects, one would start at some point to judge that project just by the name. And in the life of too preoccupied boarding-school teenagers, a nice change of perspective never hurts. What started off as a 10:30 am lecture on... Continue Reading →

EMIS influenza

When, under the cover of the night, you walk to your room, ready to abandon yourself in the arms of Morpheus and embrace your pillow, the worst thing that can happen to you is hearing a noise, or better, the noise; your roommate snoring, that poor, lovely, roommate that fell sick and is incurably sneezing... Continue Reading →

Sleep Awareness

How much did you sleep last night? Five hours? Four? Three? Probably not enough. Most days people don’t sleep enough at EMIS. Most days it feels like the IB takes over our sleep. However, we need sleep to survive, specifically to survive the IB and the busy lives that we lead here. The effects that... Continue Reading →

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