Fall Play Tickets on Sale Now

Tickets on sale now for the 2019 St. Mary's and Seisen Fall Play. 

See any of the cast and crew or the Main Office for tickets.

SEISEN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL

Learning to Love, Loving to Learn

 Senior's Soulful Adventures in Seoul
JV Tennis Jamboree: The Beginning of a Thrilling Season
Exploring Appalling Untold Stories in Cambodia: Why We Need to Use Privilege to Serve Communities
Winding back the clock: St. Raphaela Day
Greatest Showman - Movie Review ★★★☆☆
The 8th Grade trip to Hiroshima enabled the students to engage with the culture and history of the prefecture: April 2 ~ April 5
Senior Prank Day: The Immense Role of Social Media
Grade 10 Kyoto and Nara Trip
Spring Musical April 12-14, Features "You're a Good Man Charlie Brown"
Calling for action: China’s ethnic cleanse of the Uyghurs through “reeducation camps”
Deadly Permafrost
Ninao - The soft serve you've been longing for
All the New in Seisen
Guam Trip
The Firsts and Lasts in This Year’s Christmas Concert
The Purpose of Affirmative Action
First MUN conference helps new MUN students to improve on their debating and critical thinking skills
HS Brainbowl Enhances Student Learning Abilities at Seisen
Just Seisen Things: When Mr. Bevan is Thirsty

Features

Grade 10 Kyoto and Nara Trip
Lani O. ('20)

The Grade 10 students visited Kyoto and Nara on a 4 days/3 nights trip and explored Japanese culture and strengthen bonds between their friends.

Fine Arts

Spring Musical April 12-14, Features "You're a Good Man Charlie Brown"
Ashita G. ('22)

The Spring Musical features the 1947 musical comedy production, "You're a Good Man Charlie Brown". Three students from Seisen were cast, and all put forth an excellent performance! The students share their inputs on overcoming obstacles, as well as their motivation to audition for the musical.

Growing Out of Creativity
Nimisha A. ('20)

In our constantly evolving world, with technology easily replacing manpower, how can we ready the next generation, if we tie them down to the current norms? This article explores the lack of creativity in our current educational systems, and the importance of reshaping the mindsets of people on the creative arts 

Sports

Editorials

The Purpose of Affirmative Action
Karyn N. ('19)

How has the policy evolved over the years and what should we do to navigate through the complicated controversy that currently surrounds it?

Search Post Articles

Most Recent Posts

Exploring Appalling Untold Stories in Cambodia: Why We Need to Use Privilege to Serve Communities
Mifuyu H. ('21)

This summer, I traveled to Cambodia and was completely taken aback by their current living circumstances. This article not only sheds light on the haunting history of the Khmer Rouge along with its little-known repercussions to today's Cambodia, but also what I took away from this experience. 

  • Cambodia
  • Editorial
  • Opinion
Read More about Exploring Appalling Untold Stories in Cambodia: Why We Need to Use Privilege to Serve Communities
Spring Musical April 12-14, Features "You're a Good Man Charlie Brown"
Ashita G. ('22)

The Spring Musical features the 1947 musical comedy production, "You're a Good Man Charlie Brown". Three students from Seisen were cast, and all put forth an excellent performance! The students share their inputs on overcoming obstacles, as well as their motivation to audition for the musical.

  • features
  • fine arts
  • musical
  • tradition
Read More about Spring Musical April 12-14, Features "You're a Good Man Charlie Brown"
Growing Out of Creativity
Nimisha A. ('20)

In our constantly evolving world, with technology easily replacing manpower, how can we ready the next generation, if we tie them down to the current norms? This article explores the lack of creativity in our current educational systems, and the importance of reshaping the mindsets of people on the creative arts 

  • Drama
  • Editorial
  • fine arts
Read More about Growing Out of Creativity