Following Seisen on social media is a great way to stay up to date on what's happening around the school.
Please share the great things happening with the world.
A HUGE thank you to the parent community for further enriching learning with personal experiences of traditions and celebrations within their families.
We asked teachers the following questions:
Why is creativity valuable as a life-long habit?
Why is (physical) activity valuable as a life-long habit?
Why is service valuable as a life-long habit?
HS StuCo executives delivered a presentation describing the ongoing Afghanistan crisis and introduced the NGO to be funded, Women for Afghan Women.
The most viewed news posts from the last year were written from teachers from all divisions of the school.
One important role of our three IB Coordinators is to share information with parents about how they can better support their children through our three IB programmes.
Even if you do not have an Instagram account you can still enjoy the fun, visual look into day to day life at Seisen by looking at the Social Media page of our website.
A look at the most viewed videos uploaded in 2021, as well as some new student created videos we think you will enjoy.
"We helped each other make our meals and collaborated and communicated well in order to effectively cook and keep each other warm and satisfied.”
2021 was the biggest year for the hamper programme.
Thank you for your time and generosity with this new initiative.
High School Athletes share some of their highlights from the first sports season of the school year.
Mana Kitazawa (Class of 2021) kindly explained her current experience at ICU to 13 juniors and seniors.
Shuli Ko (Class of 2017) shared her experiences at the University of British Columbia.
A link that highlights the culminating activity high school homerooms undertook as part of their Home Language/Mother Tongue reflection week.