2019

List of 20 news stories.

  • DIS Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month


    Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month, our Spanish IB students attended a very special assembly where they were able to speak with esteemed guest, Head of Supervisors of Spanish Social Media of the MLB (Major League Baseball), Daniel Guemechu.
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  • Celebrating DIS Merit


    This year, DIS is proud to announce that we have two National Merit Scholars for the Class of 2020.
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  • Preparing for the Future


    Friday, September 20, DIS high school students welcomed Admissions Counselors from the University of Toronto and the University of Southern California to our Waterview campus. 
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  • The Gift That Keeps on Giving


    In the spirit of giving, the DIS community showed their Tigre pride on North Texas Giving Day! 
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  • Off to an Amazing Start


    Hitting the ground running upon arrival, Head of School Catherine Lévy had a whirlwind of a first week.
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  • Bienvenue Catherine Lévy


    DIS is proud to give a big Tigre welcome to our new Headmistress, Catherine Lévy. She will be joining us Monday, September 9, and is extremely excited to meet the entire DIS community.
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  • Giving a Warm DIS Welcome


    With a brand new 2019-2020 academic year now underway, new faculty and staff have joined the DIS community to continue bring about the best possible learning environment for students and their families.
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  • Challenge Accepted

    Ellen Alexandrakis

    To kick off the 2019-2020 school year, DIS middle school students were invited to participate in the first ever DIS Summer Writing Challenge.
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  • Where It All Began


    Recently, former student Nathalie Fitoussi (formerly Nathalie Perrier) visited DIS’s Churchill campus. 
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  • Soldering and building platforms for the network of PM2.5 air quality sensors

    What Did You Do This Summer?

    Douglas Lee
    That’s a question we often hear asked to our DIS students upon returning from summer break. For one DIS senior, Nora Desmond, the summer was spent not travelling the world, suntanning on the beach, or lounging around the pool; but interning at a research lab at UT Dallas. Nora has high hopes for a career in Engineering or Computer Science, and this was the perfect opportunity for her to be immersed in the world of cutting edge research. The internship opportunity was arranged by our DIS Computer Science and Engineering department with UT Dallas and representatives from the SMU Engineering department.

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  • Going Out with a Bang


    Friday, May 31, DIS concluded its 2018-2019 academic year with the final pep rallies of the year at both our Waterview and Churchill campuses. 
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  • A Race to the Finish


    Thursday, May 30, DIS’s buildOn Club held its Haiti Race at the Waterview campus to raise money for a deserving cause. 
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  • Tigres Storm the Capital


    With only so many days left in our academic year, DIS 8th graders decided to make the most of the remaining time and travel to Washington DC to learn all about our nation’s capital.
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  • Gaining STEAM


    On Friday, May 3, the STEAM Fair Exposition was on display for the DIS community. 
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  • It's Showtime



    For the past 12 years, Dallas International School has exhibited a love of the theater, and that love continues as we celebrate this year’s Multilingual Theater Festival, May 8-11. 
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  • A Work of Art


    Understanding the importance of art in schools, DIS Spanish teachers have incorporated art into their Spanish language curriculums.
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  • He Shoots, He Scores


    At DIS, we encourage students to be as involved as possible on campus through extracurricular activities and chasing their passions wherever their interests lie. For 9th grade student athlete, Jordon Keener, sports were his calling. 
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  • Oh, What a Night!


    On Saturday, April 6, in true DIS fashion, our community came together to celebrate the spirit of South Africa at the 2019 Bakgat South Africa Gala.
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  • The World at Her Fingertips


    Beginning her journey with DIS at Pre-K 4, alumna Nakai Banks knew early that she had an affinity for culture and seeing the world.
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  • Teaching the Importance of Security


    All week from March 25-29, DIS celebrated Safety Week. 
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17811 Waterview Pkwy, Dallas, TX 75252
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