KIS SPOTLIGHT: G10 Personal Project – Kiara

Hey guys! Today I’m back with another interview, this time, I interviewed Kiara, who is creating her very own fashion line! Let’s take a look at what she said. What is your personal project? “My personal project is based around the fashion industry. I will be creating my own fashion line where all the clothes…

KIS SPOTLIGHT: G10 Personal Project – Ohm

Hi everyone! We are back again with another interview, this week I asked Ohm (G10B) a few questions and this is what he said! What is your personal project? “My personal project is about taking different styles and types of photographs such as landscapes, astrophotography, macro and portraits.” Why did you choose to do this…

KIS HACKS: zZzZ 😪

As a student, it’s quite normal to have a problem with sleeping. You’re either doing homework, stressing over it or procrastinating. So your sleeping schedule ranges from 7pm to 3am (or maybe even a successful all-nighter). But, you can actually get enough sleep, finish your homework without procrastinating and not have those dark circles beneath…

KIS SPOTLIGHT: G10 Personal Project – BB

Welcome to a brand new series of articles on KIS Spotlight! Starting from today, KIS Today will be interviewing a G10 student every week about their personal project and how it’s going. This week, I interviewed BB (Sethanun Osatis) and here is what he had to say! What is your project about? “My personal project…

Service over the Summer

This article was written by Ms. Lynley. This summer, our ICT department was busy helping spread technology to different organisations. They donated 10 sets of computers and monitors to Ban Pochai School in Uttaradit Province in order for the school to set up an IT lab. They also reassembled some devices to donate to the…

The SAT Redesigned

Starting May 7th, 2016, the CollegeBoard released internationally their redesigned version of the SAT. Cheers from students all over the world who prefered analyzing the level of colloquial English we are all familiar with resounded throughout the SAT- taking world. What’s so different about the new SAT, you ask? If you haven’t heard already, here’s…

IB Exams Are Here

A friendly reminder that while most of us get to sit around at home today (May 1st), the G12s are in school sitting their first set of IB exams. They don’t get to sleep in this Thursday either. This will go on for the next three weeks, so please be considerate of your noise levels…

The Upcoming Storm of IB Exams

The G12s are nearing the last leg of their KIS race. Beginning next week, they are to sit through the gruesome IB exams for three weeks. And once they are completed, will mark the end of their journey at KIS. It seemed like yesterday that the school year was starting. And now, we’re heading into…

Your Gateway to UBC

A friendly reminder that Jeff Kiyooka from the University of British Columbia is coming for a visit on Thursday April 21st. He will be giving a presentation in the library from 3 – 4pm, so drop by if you can, especially those in G9 – G11! If you can’t make it, perhaps your parents could….

Where We Are Now, Where We Want to Be

Did you know that even though it is only the middle of March students from Grade 12 here  at KIS have already been offered more than 700’000 dollars in scholarships to United States universities? Did you know that we have been offered places at universities such as Northeastern, Chicago, Northwestern, Boston, Johns Hopkins, UCLA, Worcester…

Saturday 7 AM: Time for the SAT!

Welcome to the 2nd post in the series, University Musings.  This weekend I have helped to administer the final “old” style SAT at KIS, a group of our G11 students as well as some G12 were present last Saturday from about 7.30 until 1PM in order to sit for the most widely taken US university…