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From the Editor's Desk
Creativity, Collaboration, Resilience!
Busy at Play, Busy at Work
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?
Ms. Chan's Classroom is Hong Kong
HKIS Gets Vaxxed!
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.
It Takes A Village: The Dratzes
They Call Him Mr Y
A Heart for Service
Repulse Bay Campus Photos!
Dr. Kim: Three Years in the Middle School
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.
HKIS Welcomes: Casey Faulknall
How Do We Describe Nini Nam?
MS Poetry Section
The Perfect Cup
High School students are given an introduction to chemical engineering by making a cup of coffee….from raw beans to a fresh brew.
Sharon Leung: Our Unsung Hero
The Power of Statistics
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.
Curtain Call for Mr. Gavlik
The Past in the Present
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.
It All Adds Up for Janet Taylor!
The Handrich Fund 2020-21
Tai Tam Campus Photos!
Student art by Brennan Lee
The Kids are Alright
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.
HKIS Welcomes: Cole Maddox
HKIS Welcomes: Raman Paravaikkarasu
This is how the Install App dialog will look like once your App goes live.
Background by Lower Primary Art Teachers