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End of Year Award Ceremonies

Congratulations to another year completed! We are extremely proud of our learning community for making this a special year despite the incredible challenges we faced. We came together and never gave up. We acted with kindness and we committed to excellence. Thank you for staying strong. As always, we celebrate our students’ achievements on the last day of the academic year with an End of Year Awards Ceremony. Many thanks to parents and the wider community for checking into our livestream of the event, and especially to AIS G7 parent Mr. Wong for taking such wonderful pictures of the day.

Find all photos from the End of Year Award Ceremonies here! 

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL AWARDS

Our Expected School-wide Learning Results (ESLRs) Awards are given to students who exemplify what being an AIS student should strive to be. The Empowered Thinker is a student who accesses and critically evaluates information, demonstrates flexibility, creativity and innovation, applies learning to real life situations, and is reflective. The Global Citizen is a student who values and respects diversity, makes a positive difference, assumes responsibility, and is action-oriented. The Effective Communicator is a student who listens actively, organizes ideas to produce clear and coherent writing, uses appropriate media to convey messages, and is articulate. Lastly, the Well-Rounded Individual is a student who leads an active, balanced and healthy lifestyle, embraces new opportunities and challenges, works well both independently and collaboratively, and is engaged.

Empowered Thinker Global Citizen Effective Communicator Well-Rounded Individual
G1: Mikaela T., Emma P., Nicholas M. G1: Katie M., Kasey S., Davis W. G1: Yestin C., Ethan L., Maja F. G1: Isaac K., Myra R., Shion L.
G2: Irene K., Saura S., Cayden C. G2: Cecilia F., Shulei L., Jayden L. G2: Hayden L., Ameya T., Aurora S. G2: Brandon S., Chun Hang W., Bella Y.
G3: Charmaine M., Lorraine C., Brendan S. G3: Sharon C., Eve W., Tristan K. G3: Divyansh J., Saira R., Crystal Z. G3: Chapman L., Christopher L., Natural S.
G4: Jade L., Kristi Ng., Hayden T. G4: Tishapa T., Dwayne C., Bella W. G4: Emily C., Jasper C., Hannah L. G4: Kimberly J., Courtney F., Timothy C.

MIDDLE SCHOOL AWARDS

The school emblem, the Eagle, is a universal symbol of strength, endurance and pride that unites our community under the motto Justice, Knowledge and Love. These students chosen by faculty for the Eagle of the Year award demonstrate the core values of our school and embody the qualities of our ESLR’s of Global Citizenship, Empowered Thinking, Effective Communication and being a Well-Rounded Individual.

G5 Eagle of the Year G6 Eagle of the Year G7 Eagle of the Year G8 Eagle of the Year

Raiden G.

Kanon M.

Daniel W.

Edward C.

The Justice, Knowledge, and Love awards are based on our Core Values. The Justice Award celebrates students who are fair, open-minded, honest, and responsible. The Knowledge Award celebrates students who engage in the pursuit of truth, and who actively develop the skills needed to successfully investigate the world. And lastly, the Love Award celebrates students who are united within AIS, including whole-hearted cooperation, collaboration, kindness, and school spirit.

Justice Knowledge Love
G5: Elena C., Maria N., Aarjav J., Gabrielle L. G5: Jayden Y., Elena C., So S., Aarjav J., Kai Chun L., Chun Chi T., Annabelle L. G5: Melis O., Ayleen A., Ziqi Z., Jiali D.
G6: Myra N., Yashaswi T., Jonas T., Madeline C. G6: Maegan N., Shriyanjana D., Ziruo G., Yashaswi T., Madeline C., Jianuo L., Crystal W. G6: Shriyanjana D., Max D., Sarthak C., Crystal W.
G7: Sze Yi G., Yuk Pong C., Rachelle C. G7: Julia D., Piya N., Tsz Kiu N., Zi Wai C., Joon Young Y., Rachelle C., Emily C. G7: Julia D., Piya N., Zi Wai C., Emily C.
G8: Dylan A., Christina Y., Ho Fung C., Lindsey N. G8: Dylan A., Matthew C., Man Kiu C., Sin Yeuk T., Isabella X., Eleanor C., Long Kui H., Abir M. Christina Y., Anusha M., Lindsey N., Alex Y. G8: Matthew C., Eleanor C., Ngai Tat S., Maryse C.

HIGH SCHOOL AWARDS

The school emblem, the Eagle, is a universal symbol of strength, endurance and pride that unites our community under the motto Justice, Knowledge and Love. These students chosen by faculty for the Eagle of the Year award demonstrate the core values of our school and embody the qualities of our ESLR’s of Global Citizenship, Empowered Thinking, Effective Communication and being a Well-Rounded Individual.

G9 Eagle of the Year G10 Eagle of the Year G11 Eagle of the Year G12 Eagle of the Year

Anjali R.

Aishani C.

Palak G.

Yuri T.

Our Expected School-wide Learning Results (ESLRs) Awards are given to students who exemplify what being an AIS student should strive to be. The Empowered Thinker is a student who accesses and critically evaluates information, demonstrates flexibility, creativity and innovation, applies learning to real life situations, and is reflective. The Global Citizen is a student who values and respects diversity, makes a positive difference, assumes responsibility, and is action-oriented. The Effective Communicator is a student who listens actively, organizes ideas to produce clear and coherent writing, uses appropriate media to convey messages, and is articulate. Lastly, the Well-Rounded Individual is a student who leads an active, balanced and healthy lifestyle, embraces new opportunities and challenges, works well both independently and collaboratively, and is engaged.

Empowered Thinker Global Citizen Effective Communicator Well-Rounded Individual
G9: Angelo P. G9: Sehee K. G9: Raghav R. G9: Alessio P.
G10: Sharleen S. G10: Teresa L. G10: Ricky R. G10: Sabhyata J.
G11: Dohyun N. G11: Letizia O. G11: Nicola C. G11: Aahan G.
G12: Justin K. G12: Jinyoung Jean J. G12: Zheyuan Tony Y. G12: Ashlynn W.

The Emory Book Prize was created by The Emory University Hong Kong Alumni to recognize American International School’s talented students and to raise awareness of the many things that make Emory University a top destination for students from Hong Kong seeking an education in the US. The AmCham Charitable Foundation Prize Book Award was established by the American Chamber of Commerce in 1986. A prize book and check for HK$1,000 is presented to each awarded student in the next graduating class who combines excellence in scholarship with achievements in community service, leadership, and other related fields. The Harvard Book Prize is one of the highest awards a school can make to a student in the junior class”. As defined by the Harvard Alumni Association, the Book Prize is to be awarded to an outstanding student in the next-to-graduating class who “combines excellence in scholarship and high character, with achievements in other fields.

Emory Book Prize AmCham Prize Book Harvard Book Prize
Winner: Suman M.
1st Runner Up: Harshini S.
2nd Runner Up: Nicholas W.
Uen Tung Zoe T. Winner: Chenhey C.
1st Runner Up: Palak G.
2nd Runner Up: Yiqing Mabel Y.

The EARCOS Global Citizen of the Year Award comes with a prize from the East Asian Region Council of Overseas Schools, and an opportunity to apply for a grant to sponsor a service project of the student’s choice. This student is selected for being a proud representative of his/her nation while respectful of the diversity of other nations, has an open mind, is well informed, aware and empathetic, concerned and caring for others encouraging a sense of community and strongly committed to engagement and action to make the world a better place. Finally, this student is able to interact and communicate effectively with people from all walks of life while having a sense of collective responsibility for all who inhabit the globe.

EARCOS Global Citizen of the Year
Jaehyeong Jack J.