The International Schools of North America (SNA) would like to congratulate Na Ji Seong – a student of class 12A1 who has been successfully accepted into numerous prestigious universities: University of Melbourne – Top #3 Best Universities in Australia, Monash University – Top #40 in Best Global Universities,…
You may wonder what are these mysterious products? They are the masterpieces of Grade 6 students created in their Science lesson. The purpose of this project is for students to understand biodiversity deeper through making recycled birdhouses that attract living things.
When I first visited the school, which I had known through a lot of research and through acquaintances, the spacious facilities and the learning environment here were the 2 main things that captured my heart. In addition, the teachers and staff treated me very kindly. They all have great qualifications and characteristics, which makes me trust them to take care of my child’s education.
Primary students at SNA not only study well but also participate in co-curricular activities very enthusiastically, fostering their talents from a young age, to build a solid foundation for them to develop comprehensively in the future.To see how talented they can be, let’s listen to the musical performance of Grade 5 students in the recent closing ceremony of SNA!
What you are seeing in the pictures is students of Grade 6 learning about the effects of friction. Friction is something we experience everyday, but understanding it, let alone explaining it, gets tricky. Therefore, various forms of experiments are conducted and guided by experienced teachers at SNA, to help teach the concept of friction and make it easier for our students to understand.
During the Science lesson for Grade 8 last month, students examined the physical and chemical changes by conducting different chemical reactions in SNA’s very own Bio-Chemistry Lab. At SNA, along with theoretical lessons, practical and hands-on experiments/activities are always integrated into the IB programmes regularly and throughout the school year.
The Primary Years Programme (PYP) Exhibition is a celebration of the knowledge, skills, and attributes that Grade 5 students have developed throughout PYP. Students engage in collaboration, transdisciplinary inquiry process in identifying, investigating, and offering solutions to real-life issues or problems.
As the school year nears an end, the excitement is building! Some students have already made plans for their summer, but some probably haven’t. So let us help you destress, and decide what to do instead.
For the past 3 months, the Grade 8A1 students have been developing an environment-targeted project. The main purpose of the project is to substitute plastic bags which can decompose into microplastic, threatening millions of sea creatures. SNA students came up with a solution of using fabric tote bags decorated with meaningful messages about protecting the environment.