• Friday, April 28, 2017

Issue 28, 2016-17

  • GIN852 Conference at AIS on 24-25 March

    On 24-25 March, AIS hosted the GIN852 Conference “GINerating Change.” 100 participants from 11 schools across Hong Kong came together to hear inspiring keynotes and learn from and about... read more »
  • Elementary Eagles

    April has been another active month for Elementary students, families and teachers!  The ES is busily preparing for our annual ES Volunteer Tea; please watch for your invitation and let us... read more »
  • Middle School Matters

    April was marked by great field study opportunities and learning exhibitions. Grade 6 started the month with a trip to the Hong Kong Museum of History to gather information about the historical and... read more »
  • High School Highlights

    I trust you enjoyed a restful spring break. Although this holiday and the upcoming few days off at the beginning at May tend to be a busy time for high school students reviewing their work before AP... read more »
  • PTA News

    What is the PTA? We are the PTA….Parent Teachers' Association. We are a group of volunteers who work together to support the school. It is open to all and everyone. We are also the... read more »
  • "Hopes and Fears" - AP Art Exhibition & HS Drama Production on April 6

    The AP Art exhibition and High School Drama production “Hopes and Fears” on 6 April was a tremendous success. The evening showcased the skills, hard work and dedication of our arts... read more »
  • AIS at The South East Asia International Concert Band Festival

    On 3 April, 2017, members of the Senior Band and Concert Band joined together to perform at the annual South East Asia International Concert Band Festival.  We have been working on the music... read more »
  • From the Counseling Suite

    In The News   In this competitive university admission climate, students and families often think it essential to cram resumes with leadership, summer camps, internships and more. Lately, I... read more »
  • Curriculum Corner

    In today's digital age, oral storytelling still matters.  Historically spoken narration was a way to pass on important ideas from generation to generation.  These past orators relied... read more »
  • The Athletes' Track

    U20 Girls Badminton On Wednesday the 19 April, the U20 girls badminton team competed in championships at HKIS. The girls’ first fixture was against the very strong Victoria Shanghai... read more »
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