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A mainstay of the HKIS curriculum, the HKIS band program gives students the unique opportunity to immerse themselves in a collaborative musical experience.
The HKIS HS Library and Counseling Department worked with child psychologist, Dr. Rick Smith, and his colleague, Tucker, to show how therapy dogs help students relax.
Meidad Yehudayan performed and taught around the world before focusing his time and talent on inspiring young musicians at HKIS. They call him Mr. Y, and he has been the heart of the Upper Primary Strings program for over two decades.
Dr. Connie Kim’s time at HKIS will set a foundation for Middle School students to traject into High School with a strong sense of self and a clear pathway to build skills for the future.
Over the years, our teachers have become experts at guiding play to create genuine learning experiences, but this has raised the question: How do we assess learning in this context?
HKIS Students “speak” to Holocaust survivors through Dimensions in Testimony, a virtual reality program brought to HKIS by the Hong Kong Holocaust and Tolerance Center.