Athletic Director Masa Yo hosted a Spring Athletic Awards assembly for all High School students and faculty members on the afternoon of May 16. Learn about all the award recipients—including the Male and Female Athlete of the Year—and hear from the spring coaches.
The 2022 Beat the Bells Run will take place on Sunday, May 1, and will include a virtual component for members of the TASIS community who would like to participate from anywhere in the world.
The 2021–2022 winter athletics season featured dominant play from the Varsity Badminton team and a refreshing return to something resembling normalcy for all student athletes at TASIS. Learn about the season, hear from the coaches, and see who won the Most Valuable Player Award, Most Improved Player Award, and Coaches’ Award for the badminton, basketball, and swimming teams.
More than 200 TASIS High School students spent the long weekend of February 23–26 in Engelberg, where they enjoyed skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, sledding, and other winter activities. The capstone of the week was the Fleming Cup race, a beloved TASIS tradition that was revived last year after a lengthy hiatus.
Ella Budenbender '23 interviewed Physical Education Department Chair and Director of Residential Life Mr. Tom Lill, who has been associated with TASIS since 2010 and has juggled these two important roles since 2019.
Chongyi Feng '23 interviewed Athletic Director Mr. Masa Yo ’04, whose long association with TASIS included stints as a student, Summer Program administrator, teacher, coach, dorm head, and duty administrator before he took charge of athletics in 2019.
The competition at this year's TASIS Summer Olympics was fierce! See a brilliant video created by Alex Secilmis '19 with an original track composed and performed by TASIS Music Teacher Alessio Di Tonno.
Athletic Director Masa Yo and Associate Athletic Director Alex Zanecchia hosted a virtual Spring Athletic Awards assembly for all High School students and faculty members on the afternoon of May 14. Learn about all the award recipients, including the Male and Female Athlete of the Year.
The 8th annual Beat the Bells Run will take place on Saturday, May 1, and will include a virtual component for members of the TASIS community who would like to take part in this treasured tradition from anywhere in the world.
Leonid Serbinov '21, a second-year IB student and standout basketball player, has been exploring Lugano since he moved here in 2019 and has discovered some of the best outdoor basketball courts in the area. He is pleased to share his findings with the TASIS community.
More than 100 TASIS High School students and faculty chaperones were treated to beautiful weather, excellent snow conditions, and the return of a beloved TASIS tradition in Splügen over the long weekend of February 25–28.
Athletic Director Masa Yo '04 and Associate Athletic Director Alex Zanecchia '02 hosted a virtual Winter Sports and Academic Year Sports Awards assembly for all High School athletes and coaches on the afternoon of May 15. See highlights from the winter season and learn about all the award recipients.
Learn how you can participate in this treasured TASIS tradition from anywhere in the world on May 1.
We will soon enhance our campus with a beautiful synthetic ice rink designed to build community spirit and engage students in a variety of wholesome activities, including hockey, figure skating, broomball, and curling. Learn more about this exciting addition.
Learn who won the awards for each High School and Middle School team for the fall athletics season, read recaps of tournaments and individual matches, see photo galleries, and enjoy the impressive presentation put together for the High School Athletics Assembly.
More than 400 TASIS High School students and faculty members participated in the School's third annual Terry Fox Run—completing as many 500-meter laps as possible in 45 minutes—on the afternoon of October 16 to raise money for cancer research and honor the legacy of inspiring athlete, humanitarian, and activist Terry Fox.
Assistant Athletic Director Alex Zanecchia and several coaches and student athletes discuss the TASIS Athletics Program, which encompasses competitive varsity programs, recreational activities, and community-building events.
See the list of award recipients for each High School and Middle School spring team, learn who was named male and female athlete of the year, and enjoy an entertaining highlight video from the season.
Joy Mack '21 penned a journal-style account of the seven days she and her classmates spent skiing and snowboarding in beautiful Crans-Montana, Switzerland.
Daisy Bachofen '20 is the latest filmmaker to chronicle a TASIS Ski Adventure. Enjoy her excellent work and have a look at several other videos produced in recent years.
See who won the awards for each High School and Middle School team and watch an entertaining highlight video from the 2018–2019 winter athletics season.
Learn who won awards for each team, see who was honored with the School's first PRIDE awards, and watch a great highlight video from the 2018 fall season.
The TASIS Varsity Boys Volleyball and Varsity Girls Soccer teams emerged victorious at the ESC and NISSA Championships, respectively, over the weekend of November 9–10.
More than 300 High School students and faculty members established a new record by completing 3053 laps, covering a total distance of 1527 kilometers (36.2 marathons).
We take a look at Tommy Manning's incredible performance in Slovenia and highlight several other recent successes from members of the ever-growing TASIS running community.
Students from both TASIS The American School in Switzerland and the TASIS Switzerland Summer Programs will continue to have the exceptional opportunity to train with coaches from the renowned Milan Academy Scuola Calcio.
Watch a great highlight video, see who won the team awards this spring, and learn who was named 2018 Male and Female Athlete of the Year.
A record 55 runners departed from TASIS at 6:15 on the morning of May 1, and 36 made it down to Lake Lugano and back before the Sant'Abbondio bells chimed at 7:00. Learn about the history of this annual community-building event.
Learn who won the awards for each team and watch a great highlight video from the 2017–2018 winter season.
Varsity Swimming captain Anastasia Kolesnikova '18 looks back at the season and highlights 10 reasons why she loves being part of the team.
Esma Karuv '19 writes about the restorative powers of High School Ski Adventure, which was once again held in breathtaking Crans-Montana, Switzerland.
Watch a great video, learn who won the team awards, and read about some of the highlights from the fall season.
The Varsity Girls Soccer team traveled to Lisbon, Portugal, over the weekend of October 19–21 to compete in the European School Conference (ESC) Championship Tournament. Emma Dressler '18 recaps the action.
In honor of international hero Terry Fox, more than 300 TASIS students and faculty members combined to run or walk 1514 kilometers on the afternoon of October 11.
Read about the season, see who won the Varsity Athletics Awards this spring, and learn who was named 2017 Male and Female Athlete of the Year.
Read about the winter sports season, learn who won the team awards, see a gallery of the top photos, and watch a great highlight video.
Read about highlights from the fall season, learn who won the awards for each team, and see the top photographs.
See who won the Varsity Athletics awards this spring and read about some of the exciting highlights from the season.
Twenty TASIS High School students were recognized for their achievements at a special assembly on May 12.
See the list of award winners, read about some of the team and individual highlights, and check out the best photos from the winter season.
The versatile complex will provide TASIS a massive playing area, two multi-use dance studios, a large fitness center, and more.
TASIS athletes produced a number of memorable moments this fall. Read about each team's accomplishments, hear from the coaches, and see which players were recognized with awards.
Koshiro Ashizawa '15 shares how his failure to make the eighth-grade basketball team motivated him to not only try harder to make the team the next year but also to dedicate himself more fully to all aspects of his life.