News Archive

2019

  • March

    The Doors DIS Has Opened


    Caroline Wolfe came to Dallas International School at the tender age of three years old.
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  • DIS Spotlights One of Its Best and Brightest


    DIS and The Globe continue to spotlight excellence amongst our students, this time with 10th grader, Li Henderson.
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  • Preparing DIS Students to Become World Citizens


    The benefits of being bi/multilingual are numerous. 
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  • February

    Oh, the Places You'll Go!

    Joseph Lasseigne

    Philippe Jenkin began here at DIS in PS and continued throughout middle and high school as a Tigre, graduating in 2016.
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  • Crossing the World, From South Africa to DIS

    Joseph Lasseigne

    Throughout the 2018-2019 academic year, DIS has been celebrating the beautiful and diverse country of South Africa.
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  • Continuing the Tradition of DIS Music Excellence


    On Sunday, January 27, Dallas International School continued tradition, holding its 18th annual DIS Music Concert. Located in UTD's Jonsson Performance Hall, this year's concert had vocal and instrumental performances from students CM2-12th grade.
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  • January

    Weird Science


    On Tuesday, January 22, DIS welcomed students to our annual DIS Science Fair.
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  • Poetry Is the Music of the Soul


    Wednesday, January 16, DIS 9th graders (A, B, IB) participated in a poetry reading of their own poems in the Waterview Campus library. While studying Karen Hesse’s verse novel, Out of Dust in Ms. Tomlinson’s Advanced English class, students learned the fundamentals of poetry.
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  • The State of DIS


    Thursday, January 17, DIS parents and faculty attended the annual State of DIS address at the Waterview campus. During the address, M Ferret shared the 2014-2019 strategic plan, keypoints from the ISAS report and spoke about what the next chapter of DIS will bring.
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  • Are You a Linguaphile?


    A linguaphile is a person who loves languages. While everyone may not be a linguaphile, there's no doubt that learning a new language can be both fun and important.
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  • DIS's Annual Alumni Day


    Right before entering the break to celebrate the holidays with their families, DIS students welcomed back DIS alumni from universities all over the world.
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  • Spanish Foreign Exchange Students Reflect on Time at DIS


    As their time at Dallas International School comes to an end, Javier Sarobe and Arturo Sotillo, our 9th Pre-IB foreign exchange students from Aquinas American School in Spain, reflect on their experience here at DIS and in the United States. 
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