4 May 2017

MS Knowledge Bowl, Krakow

On the last days of April, a team of twelve MS students, accompanied by their coaches, Ms Svetlana Guguchevska and Ms Jasmina Dzurovska-Blazheska, attended the MS Knowledge Bowl competition hosted by the International School of Krakow. For our first excursive trip we stopped at rainy Vienna, where we took an afternoon to explore the city centre and marvel at the view of the Gothic towers of St. Stephen’s Cathedral. Once in Poland, we delighted in the opportunity to take the miners’ route along the labyrinths of the Wieliczka Salt Mine. At over 300 feet beneath the ground, we explored the granite-like feel of the walls and engaged in a number of hands-on activities that helped us understand the production of refined salt. We had a lot of fun! At ISK, in a tense two-day competition with the teams of six other international schools, our Supernovas showed great dedication, outstanding acumen, and, above all, impeccable sportsmanship. This was not only an amazing academic experience, but also one that resulted in many new friendships and precious memories. Proud of our MS team and their coaches!

Check out the photo gallery from the event here