International School (IS) is a 6th–12th school in the Bellevue School District. The mascot for Bellevue International School is the Great Titan, and the logo is a Greek tripod with an ascending flame. International school is not a traditional international school with students from across the globe, but has a mission of instilling "global citizenship" in its students. Admission is based on a lottery system. Parents must enroll their Bellevue-area fifth graders into the lottery. Siblings of students already enrolled get priority, and then names are drawn from the general pool for the remaining spots. International School is not affiliated with the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA), and if students want to participate in sports, they can do so at their "home school" (the Bellevue School District high school that corresponds with their attendance area).
International School was founded in 1991 by Bellevue teachers. Funded with a competitive $300,000 grant from the "Schools for the 21st Century" Commission, the six were granted a half year of release time to develop and recruit for the program. International School opened with 150 sixth and seventh graders in the fall of 1991, housed in an old elementary school. Later the school was moved to its current location in an unused junior high. In 2002 a short documentary on the history of the school with the title The World of International School was written by Kristen Rosenfeld. This documentary provides a glimpse based on primary sources into the origins and development of the school in its first ten years and helps explain why the school has been successful.
"Überlin" is a song by American alternative rock band R.E.M.. It was released as the second single from their fifteenth and final studio album Collapse into Now on January 25, 2011.
The song's music video was directed by Sam Taylor-Wood and stars her fiancé, actor Aaron Johnson.
Berlin is a 2009 documentary series co-developed by the BBC and the Open University. Written and presented by Matt Frei, the series has three 60-minute episodes, each dealing with a different aspect of the history of Germany's capital city.
Using the life and posthumous legacy of Frederick the Great as its central theme, this episode covers some of the most notable political, social and cultural movements to emerge within Berlin over the past two centuries.
From the advent of the former Berliner Stadtschloss to the Palast der Republik which for a time took its place, from the creation of the Bauakademie to that of the Olympic Stadium, and from the rise of the Fernsehturm to the rejuvenation of the Reichstag, this episode looks at the varied periods of construction, destruction and renewal seen in the architecture of the city of Berlin.
Turning to look at the legacy which history has placed upon the people of Berlin – and that which Berliners themselves have offered in turn – this episode charts the tumultuous eras which the city has endured, for good or ill, through the course of the 19th and 20th centuries.
This is a list of notable people with the surname Berlin.
|Deutsche Welle Africa||News Talk,News,Public||Germany|
|Schwany5 Oberkrain Radio||Folk||Germany|
|CMR (Christian Music Radio)||Christian Contemporary||Germany|
|Coolradio Classic Rock||Classic Rock||Germany|
|Campus Crew Passau||College||Germany|
|#Musik.Goldies on RauteMusik.FM||80s,70s,60s||Germany|
|Absolut relax||90s,80s,70s,Soft Rock,Contemporary||Germany|
|DeeRedRadio Mischen Possible||World Europe||Germany|
|G3 Das Radio||Indie||Germany|
|FFH Top 40||Top 40||Germany|
|Radio Seefunk||News Talk,Easy||Germany|
|The Wave Radio||Easy||Germany|
|Peli One||Hip Hop,Rap||Germany|
|Red Room Music||Electronica||Germany|
|Big FM Balkan||World Europe||Germany|
|NDR N-Joy Abstrait||Contemporary||Germany|
|La Magia de Tango Radio||Latin Hits||Germany|
|MDR SPUTNIK Roboton Channel||Electronica||Germany|
|Week FM Electro||Electronica||Germany|
|Radio Schwarzes Brandenburg||Rock,Alternative,Experimental,Electronica||Germany|
|Hitradio MS One||Top 40||Germany|
|Kult.Radio - Das Märchen.Radio||Talk||Germany|