At Avenues our reason for existing is “to educate world-wise leaders uniquely equipped to understand and solve global-scale problems.” It follows, then, that our students must be future literate–that is, equipped with the capability to navigate an increasingly complex, interconnected, and uncertain world and, in so doing, inspired to forge adaptable global paths toward sustainable, regenerative futures.
For seven days, Avenues Secondary Division students went off schedule and immersed themselves in the city of São Paulo for project-based learning — an exciting start to the new semester!
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After their debut in BRAMUN, Avenues Model United Nations team was awarded the Best Delegation in POSMUN. Congratulations!
Avenues is passionate about sharing its discoveries. With the support of the American Association of South American Schools, Avenues faculty, staff and students from New York and São Paulo welcomed educators from across Brazil to a truly unique conference on authentic student engagement and project-based learning.
Avenues: The World School and Sarah Cameron Sunde invite participate in 36.5: A Durational Performance With the Sea through the art of writing. The performance will take place on Tuesday, April 2nd from 8:29am – 8:45pm (low-tide to low-tide).
Secondary Division immersed themselves in a game design project. Games allowed students to integrate math, English, science, World Course and design skills.
Last week, 2nd grade students packed pajamas, pillows, blankets and teddy bears for their first school sleepover! They had a magical time playing flashlight games, watching movies and building forts while discovering their independence and bonding with teachers and friends.
Kindergarteners in New York and São Paulo have embarked upon an exciting artistic collaboration over the past few months.
“What is essential is invisible to the eye.” Last semester, Avenues São Paulo staged its first, magical theatrical production–Antoine de Saint- Exupéry’s “The Little Prince.”
Andy Williams, Global Director of Teaching and Learning, wrote about assessment at Avenues and our students taking the International Schools' Assessment.