HKIS Pages is the digital home for school publications like DragonTales, the Annual Report of Giving, special graduation features and more.
Dragon Bites are small bite-sized stories that are published through the year to capture student life.
For the first time in three years of virtual and hybrid events, the whole school gathered in the High School to celebrate the start of the Christmas season in community. And for the first time, we let it snow in the High School Plaza!
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.
Teaching Applied Statistics helps students be more than skeptics of data. They not only question, but apply what they learn and better understand the power of statistics.
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?
While getting a Covid-19 vaccine remains a personal choice, HKIS was committed to doing everything it could to protect our student body and be prepared to “get back to normal” with classes on campus.
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.
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.