Exciting Design Camp Opportunity from IDEO in August

English speaking high schoolers will be learning how to work on a design challenge - from gaining inspiration and empathy on a topic, to brainstorming with peers, creating concepts, prototyping and story-telling their future vision with others.

Seisen International School class of 2015 student Shoko Furukawa is interviewed by the University of Southern California newspaper about her experienced from Tokyo to California.

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The Latest from Grade 1

The Latest from our Single Subject Teachers

Guest Artists Perform for Elementary

This week guests introduced the students to traditional and contemporary classical compositions by Massenet, Beethoven, Kreisler, and Honstein.

Celebrations Around the World!

I understand that the art of folding paper, Origami, is a  Japanese tradition that is important in many celebrations.  Maybe you could show us some examples.

More From Grade 1

The Latest From Other Classes

HWEO:  Getting Ready for a Show

During the last few weeks, we have investigated how various performances such as drama, puppet shows, and dances use different features to communicate ideas, themes, or messages. 

Now, groups are working hard to plan and organize for their upcoming performance on Monday, 3rd June.

Readers' Theatre

Students adapted a scene from their fantasy novels to present in a readers' theatre.

Poetry Slam, Sports Day, St. Raphael's Day

Grade 2 students had a busy week with Sports Day, a Poetry Slam and St. Raphaela's Day. Have a look at the blog to see what activities the girls engaged in over the week.

Field Trip to Minka-en

Here is a short slideshow on our trip to Minka-en - an open air Japanese folk house museum.

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