After an upset victory in last year’s meeting at Oakland University Model United Nations (OUMUN), the International Academy failed to defend their title of best delegation at the hands of their crosstown rivals: Bloomfield Hills High School. However, with just one conference remaining in the school year, IA begins to look forward to the future of their Model UN program.
By Adriana Doria (’19) On March 4, 2017, the IA forensics team competed in the “Ninjatational”, its third tournament this season, at Avondale High School. The forensics team was awarded a second […]
By Adriana Doria (’19) With the forensics season progressing, the IA Phoenix “forensicators”, or forensics team members, successfully competed at the Frankenmuth Invitational. The IA forensics team, coached by Ms. Sarah […]
The University of Chicago hosts one of the most competitive Model UN conferences in the country, with attendees ranging from California to New York. However, that didn’t stop the IA from making themselves noticed once again, coming out with two awards, an abundance of resolutions, and memories that will last a lifetime.
The International Academy is known as one of the most rigorous institutions in the nation, headlined by an IB curriculum that can lead to a highly stressful four years. So how can students possibly balance the IA workload while still participating in sports at their home district?
By Nikhil Dwibhashyam (’18) International Academy (IA) Central’s Quiz Bowl team had its first event of the school year on Wednesday, November 16th. Team members competed at the Junior Varsity level […]