“I tend to observe my surroundings a lot and find interesting things that can be a potential subject for artwork or can be translated and modified into a design element. For example, my concentration is fully based on the local MTR. I really like to illustrate details of the subject I'm drawing. So I am more of a realist when it comes to artwork because I just really appreciate the beauty of form or everything and it also challenges my technical skill as well."
Students in AP Studio Art spend an intensive year creating 24 art pieces for submission to the College Board. AP exams are scored on a scale of 1 to 5, where a 5 is equivalent to an “A” grade in the corresponding university course. Scarlett Huang achieved a rare honor for her artistic talent. HS Principal Mike Wing was notified by the College Board that Scarlett’s performance on the AP Studio Art: Drawing Portfolio Exam in May 2018 was so superior that it fell into a select category.
For three days in November our High School students explored Hong Kong through the lens of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Students have been focusing on ways local organisations work to make Hong Kong, and the world, a better place by working
What a full week this has been. Photo Days, preparing for Parent-Teacher Conferences, big sports victories, and much more filled our days – and nights! – at AIS. Our students are thriving and, as always, we have so much to be proud of.
One of the many joys of being a Head of School comes with watching students grow and develop. As parents, you best know how quickly children grow and change – as educators, we share in that journey. Along with the obvious developmental changes in h