So happy to be here.
We are looking forward to celebrating with you at the AIS Worldfest 2023 on
Sunday, October 22nd from 12:30 - 4:30pm.
This year's event will feature food and culture from 25+ countries, a fantastic line up of entertainment and fun activities for kids. For further information and updates on the event, make sure you continue to check this site; more details will be posted as we get closer to the exciting day.
Pos Worldfest Shoutout: THANK YOU TO ALL THE VOLUNTEERS! This day couldn't have happened without you.
In the meantime, if you are interested in being part of our Worldfest team of parent/student/staff/faculty volunteers, please email: email@example.com
Worldfest is a massive group effort and we can't do this without our wonderful AIS Community!
Click on the Worldfest Map below to plan your day!
Indian Flash Mob Alert!
Have you ever wanted to be part of a Flash Mob? Here's your chance. Learn the Indian Flashmob Dance routine and gather at the blacktop (near the India Table) at 1:57pm to be part of this epic moment.
Join us for these festive performances...
12:45pm: Alain Shi (AIS, Grade 11), Atlanta Symphony Youth Orchestra (Oboeist)
1:05pm: Luma Dance
1:57pm: Indian Flash Mob Dance (learn the dance to join!)
2:15pm: Join the ATL UTD Academy Players on the field for demonstrations
2:30pm: Ballroom Impact
3:00pm: Alma Mexicana
3:50pm Axe Brasil
Get your Play & Craft Armband (one per person) for unlimited fun at:
American Football Throwing Game
Arts & Crafts - featuring a special "Wavin' Flag" TAC (Teacher Appreciation Committee) project.
And the 2023 WF Judges are ...
Kendra Norwood - Teacher Assistant, 5K English
“I’d be the ultimate judge because I've got integrity, fairness, and the uncanny skill to ride a unicycle in a clown suit while juggling gavels, all while making totally logical decisions!”
Kierra Colston - SS Film and Media Teacher
“There’s nothing more magical than experiencing the World’s food for a professional food taster, after all I’ll know what’s magically delicious!”
Chandler McCormack - AIS Parent (Grades 5, 6, 9)
"I'm not saying I'm a food inspector for Michelin, but if I was I couldn't tell you."
Garrian Sledge - AIS Parent (Grade 7)
“Everything tastes like chicken! You don’t know what you’re missing!”
Congrats to this year's judges and thanks to the AIS community for your nominations. As a reminder, the judges will be judging ToN tables in the following categories: Best Food / Best Decor / Honarable Mention
Introducing this year's WF T-shirt design
Congratulations to Hana Gebba (Grade 10) for the "Worldfest 2023" title art and Nobe Pham (Grade 5) for the artwork.
Thank you to all the students that participated in the annual design competition; we have such creative artists in our community.