Typhoon Does Not Control Us, Another Year of Success!
A recap of Festival of Nations
An annual event, the Festival of Nations has attracted many people with its cultural diversity
The Festival of Nations has been implemented into our yearly school routine, as it has raised the awareness of our community to encourage monetary donations, as well as voluntary contributions to help those in need and develop a perspective on international issues and its solutions. This year, Seisen had a few projects that were able to support charities, through the support received during the festival.
The Social Justice Committee organized a bake sale to raise money for the RIJ (Refugee International Japan
Although there were difficulties in postponing and managing the festival as a whole, Seisen was able to follow through with another success! We hope that students will continue carrying their curiosity to raise awareness about global issues and
Thank you to all, staff members, teachers, parents, organizers, and students with their continuous contributions to the Festival of Nations!
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The Seisen Varsity basketball team headed off to Thailand for five days of service and culture to compete in the Chiang Mai baskeball tournament.
Debate in Seisen and its advantages
Coronavirus recently spreading around the world. Here is what it means for you.
In the Grade 7 Ski Trip, the students enjoyed an opportunity to unplug, enjoy nature, and break out of their comfort zone.
When will corporations and politicians begin fulfilling their social responsibility? With the rise of the "woke capitalism" movement, this may become a reality.
Shinji Negi, a former wheelchair basketball player, came to Seisen and delivered an inspiring performance. Through the opportunity of interviewing the athlete, we learned more about his personal life and advice for future players.
Ms.Cristina has been a counsellor here at Seisen for 3 years. Not only is she a role model for many students, but also a helping hand in their times of great need. In this in-depth interview with her, we focus on sharing what it's like to be a counsellor and much more, with the students and faculty at Seisen.
The issues with Japanese history textbooks and why it's important.
Designer Babies and its advantages
The smell of cleaning detergents, a widely regarded fragrance, permeating schools, are posing severe risks, not limited to depression, anxiety, birth defects, infertility, multiple chemical sensitivity(MCS), intractable diseases, and degenerative diseases such as cancer, merely due to ignorance.
Is censorship ever the solution?
The Underlying Dangers of “Joker”
The Effects of Sleep Deprivation
Fall Band Festival
An interview with Mr. Lee about being a father