SNU PROFESSOR LECTURE ON POLITICS OF REGIONAL ECONOMIC COOPERATION: EUROPE AND EAST ASIA

  Seoul National University Professor Lecture on Politics of Regional Economic Cooperation: Europe and East Asia for secondary students on  November 9, 2018 The third in a series of four KIS lectures by renowned SNU professors   Jonghee Park Professor of Department of Political Science & International Relations Seoul National University Friday, November 9, 2018  10:50 a.m. Korea International School Mini Auditorium

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2018 KIS-WLSA COLLEGE FAIR

The WLSA (World Leading Schools Association) Foundation is a joint educational foundation which works to develop cultural understanding between east and west. WLSA aims to promote cooperation, academic exchange, and culturally broadening programs between leading associate secondary schools in the world as well as experts in the field of higher education and college counseling. Partner schools include Eton College in the UK and Groton School from the United States. Each year the WLSA Foundation hosts college admission fairs. These…

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MIT – Information Session

                                  Dear KIS High School parents, We are thrilled to announce that MIT Director of Admissions, Dr. Matt McGann will be visiting KIS on Friday, May 18. In honor of our relationship with MIT, Dr. McGann will visit Pangyo campus to observe the STEM classes and share his insights how the MISTI (MIT International Science & Technology Initiatives) program, where our students have…

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SNU PROFESSOR LECTURE ON RISING CHINA AND THE KOREA-US-JAPANESE RELATIONS

  Seoul National University Professor Lecture on Rising China and the Korea-US-Japanese Relations for secondary students on March 20, 2018 The second in a series of four KIS lectures by renowned SNU professors   Wookhee Shin Professor of Department of Political Science & International Relations Seoul National University Tuesday, March 20 , 2018    10:50 a.m. Korea International School Mini Auditorium

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2017-18 Harvard Prize Book

2017-18 Kim, Jae Won (Class of 2019)   2017-18 Harvard Prize Book On Saturday, December 2, Jae Won Kim was awarded the Harvard Prize Book from the Harvard Alumni Association. This is the seventh year in a row a student from KIS has won the award. The Harvard Prize Book is given to high school juniors who display excellence in scholarship as well as achievement in other non-academic areas. Congratulations!   2011-12 Kang, Jinsol (Class of 2013) 2014-15 Chin,…

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2018 MIT Winter Workshop

  Registration for the 2018 MIT Winter Workshop is now open!  The workshop is free of charge for KIS students and will be hosted at KIS from January 2nd to 6th.  Space is limited, and applications are due before 8:00 AM on Wednesday, November 22.   Bus Service is available at following stops: Sunae Station -> Jungja Station -> KIS     Application for MIT seminar has been closed.  

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In Our Own Backyard

KIS Phoenix theatre presents…. “In Our Own Backyard” Thursday, November 9th, @6pm Friday, November 10th @6pm Saturday, November 11th @6pm   Taking place in a typical American High School, In Our Own Backyard confronts many of the troubles facing students today. As the show progresses, we see these relatable characters traverse through emotions of profound loss, physical abuse, bullying and the obstacles of being a teenager in today’s world. In what appears to be a normal high school, we…

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IVY League College Seminar

  “Harvard College Korean International Student Association” is opened a Q/A type seminar on successful ways for IVY League college preparation coordinating with Korea International School.   Date/Time :  July 20th , 2017(Thu) 2:30 p.m. ~ 4:30 p.m. Venue :  Korea International School Conference Hall (G Bdg. 2F) (27, Daewangpangyo-ro 385beon-gil, Bundang-gu, Seongnam-si, Gyeonggi-do) Contact :  031-789-0507, 0504

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2017 2nd Model UN Human Rights Council Universal Periodic Review Competition

2017 2nd Model UN Human Rights Council Universal Periodic Review (UPR) Competition for High School The ‘Model UN Human Rights Council Universal Periodic Review (UPR) for High School’ aims to provide an opportunity for high school students or teenagers (16 year old to 18 year old) to study and find sustainable solutions to the human rights issues in the Republic of Korea (ROK), Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK), China, and Japan. The competition, the only national and international…

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