The Lower School students, the doors to their classrooms, and their school year have all been filled with colors and competitions.
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Do you know what kürtöskalács is? What’s your favorite flavor? Hungary is very well known for its traditional sweet pastry the "kürtöskalács."
When you read the headline you might expect "Senior Privileges", but this year there was only one.
"It's not a hard decision to help a people in need." That is how Mrs. Kristi Hiltibran, ICSB's Director, explained her decision to accept several new Ukrainian students enrolling to our school this spring.
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The Bridge, the official school newspaper of the International Christian School of Budapest, has been established to inform and entertain the student populace and extended school community while promoting and encouraging an open forum for response, expression, and opinion. The content of The Bridge reflects the views of its student staff, not necessarily the views of the school administration. The Bridge and its staff are protected by and bound to official school policy and consent of the school administration, and will strive not to publish any material that is libelous, obscene, an unwarranted invasion of privacy, or a violation of copyright laws, nor material that it deems detrimental to the school process or atmosphere. The editorials and opinionated news stories published in The Bridge are the opinion of the staff as a whole, unless the author of the story is credited in a by-line. The Bridge will accept letters to the Editor. However, the Bridge staff reserves the right to choose which submissions to publish and also the right to edit the content, length, spelling, and grammar of a submitted letter.