Featured articles from recent publications
Annual Report of Giving 2022
The Annual Report of Giving acknowledges our donors for their generosity and support of the HKIS Annual Fund. Donors will find their name listed according to giving society, tribute giving and gifts made in honor of a beloved community member. You will also read about a family's history and philanthropic support for HKIS. We also extend our gratitude for our incredible parent community groups and many volunteers.
Graduation Issue 2022
HKIS celebrates the Class of 2022 with this special edition that includes a message from High School Principal Dr. David Lovelin, an address from Bob Christian Alumnus of the Year Desmond Chu '91, speeches to the graduates, and fond farewells to Associate Principal Lauren Fine and counselors Madeleine McGarrity and Adam Goad. Once again, congratulations Class of 2022!
Arthur Zhang ‘24 recently competed in the 34th International Biology Olympiad (IBO) in Al Ain, United Arab Emirates. It was the first time HKIS took part in this competition.
With funding from the HKIS James Handrich Fund, three high school students sought to serve different communities in creative ways.
A green frontier at HKIS has emerged in the last year. Discover the reasons and ways that the school is promoting sustainability.
Ziyad Broker '23 talks about his GOA capstone project which was in the top 3% of the nominations for the GOA Catalyst Exhibition showcase. He discusses the lives of migrant workers and how positive psychology has shaped his worldview.
Explore the creative process of HKIS’ young writers as they talk about their experiences in their Grade 5 writing workshop.
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?
Dr. Michael Thompson’s message is clear: The kids are alright. Kids who feel their parents’ love and who are physically safe will thrive. He shares with the HKIS Community as the Charles W. Dull Visiting Scholar.
High School students are given an introduction to chemical engineering by making a cup of coffee….from raw beans to a fresh brew.