Library Media Centre
Dynamic and globally resourced, the library embraces technology and international perspectives. With personalized access to resources, students develop 21st Century skills to become lifelong learners.
Innovative and knowledgeable educators scaffold collaboration, creativity and communication in safe and comfortable learning spaces.
Discover passions, reinforce knowledge, and invent a new way of looking at the world!
The Media Centre can be used by all parents and their children who are enrolled at Seisen International School. The Media Centre has materials for all children from Kindergarten to Grade 5. It has a wide variety of materials including books, e-books, online resources, and magazines (including digital through Sora).
Welcome to the MS/HS Library Media Center, a place where students come to learn, explore and collaborate.
Resources of many different levels are provided to meet the challenge of research from MYP interdisciplinary units to IB Extended Essays.
The fictional content is regularly updated to keep up with the growing demand of eager, dedicated Seisen readers. Patrons may borrow a maximum of five resources for two weeks and may renew items if needed longer.
E-books and audiobooks from Overdrive, our digital library, are automatically returned after two weeks and are best viewed on the Sora App. Throughout the day the library is a place for students to study quietly and meet with teachers, clubs and committees.
The library is open from 8:00 to 4:30 Monday-Friday, but may close early some days for scheduled meetings.
Celebrating through service to our community.
Learning about habitats and food webs.
Congratulations: Second Place in Book Bowl 2023.
ES students are voting for their favourite piece of student art in the Sakura Art Competition.
Eight Seisen high schoolers joined other students from international schools across the Kanto region for the 2023 KPASS High School Drama Festival,
High School musicians were able to unplug together through Music and nature.
Students worked hard rehearsing pieces for upcoming performances in the fall as well as having sporadic game times and karaoke sessions.
Many Phoenix teams have soared to new heights and we were excited to be able to celebrate in person this year!
Seisen Middle School musicians represented Seisen in the Kanto Plain Select Band.