Is Cochella Worth It?

Coachella is a two-week music festival held in Indo, California. This event was created by Paul Tollett and started October 9, 1999. The hosts invite famous singers like Jack Harlow, Doja Cat, Lizzo and others. The daily entrance price to Coachella can range between $600 to over $1,000 depending on the pass purchased. Since Covid […]

True Meaning Behind Carrie Underwood’s Songs

Carrie Underwood is a widely popular American country singer, born on March 10th, 1983, in Oklahoma. She was a normal hometown girl who grew up on her family’s farm and at an early age, started singing in school plays, talent shows, and even at her local church. After graduating from high school in 2001, Carrie […]

Rescatando Huellas Field Trip

The American Nicaraguan School has several clubs including Pink Club, She’s The First, and Rescatando Huellas. These are clubs that help support a certain cause or educate others on their work, in order to promote helping others. Rescatando Huellas, for example, is a club at ANS that helps and supports an animal rescue shelter in […]

Mask Mandates – US Schools vs Nicaraguan Private Schools

Mia Gutierrez and Sofia Cerna  Masks have taken over children’s, parent’s, teacher’s, and everybody else’s lives, as we have to wear them everywhere we go. Whether it’s in school, going shopping, or traveling, wearing masks has become a part of our daily lives. Governments worldwide have approached Covid-19 differently with mask mandates, some are requiring […]

Girls Volleyball Team Makes Right Decision

The American Nicaraguan School participates in an event every year called AASCA, where American schools all over Central America go to a host country to compete for their sport. This year the AASCA Volleyball tournament was held in Costa Rica from March 30th to April 3rd, however, the ANS team decided not to participate. The […]

Spirit Week

Spirit week is celebrated worldwide by thousands of schools. It is a week designed for students and faculty to dress up according to a themes which are fun and raise school spirit. The American Nicaraguan School (ANS) celebrated their spirit week from December 13-17. Monday was pajama day, Tuesday was fashion disaster, Wednesday was sports […]

Flex Day

The American Nicaraguan School (ANS) has started a new initiative on Wednesdays for middle and high schoolers called “Flex Day”. This is a day where students get to try new classes based on their interests. Classes such as baking, eco workshop, Zumba, learning lab, and even CrossFit. There are also some mandatory classes like Global […]