Karina Patel, Class of 2018 and currently a student at Northwestern University, shared the news that she recently directed a radio play based on the Jane Austen novel “Sense and Sensibility.”
The habits of a vigorous mind are formed in contending with difficulties. Great necessities call out great virtues. When a mind is raised, and animated by scenes that engage the heart, then those qualities which would otherwise lay dormant, wake into life and form the character of the hero and the statesman.
― Abigail Adams
TASIS England puts its second-hand school uniforms and outdated Spirit Wear to good use by donating them to African schools.
We are delighted that two of our student-athletes, Hannah and Jason, have already signed letters of intent from Boston University and Sacred Heart University, respectively.
This month’s Spotlight on Service features the Freecember initiative, in which a group of TASIS faculty, students, and alums worked to end human trafficking.
All IB World Schools are regularly reviewed by the International Baccalaureate Organisation (IBO), and, in December, TASIS England had a comprehensive evaluation visit.
Nikki Holdaway, Head of Performing and Visual Arts, shares her insights on the importance of finding joy and self-expression through creativity, especially during this testing time.
We are pleased to announce that the Boards of the Council of International Schools (CIS) and the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) recently granted TASIS England full re-accreditation, awarding the highest level possible.
Pria Gokhale, a TASIS England alumna, recently published her first children’s book titled “Her Story is Our Story” which is available on Amazon.
This month’s Spotlight on Service shines on Mr. Chris Bowser with his Recycling Program and seniors Shivani and Mackenzie, student leaders of the Clean & Green Club. Eleventh grade Service Ambassadors Tommaso and Deniz spoke with them to learn more about our School’s environmental initiatives.
For this month’s Spotlight on Service, Service Ambassador Lucy (Grade 12) talks with Avery (Grade 11) about her Etsy shop, averyBdesigns, where she designs and sells jewelry to raise money for charity.
For the last 15 years, TASIS students participating in Thorpe Community Link have extended a friendly hand to some of the older residents of Thorpe by hosting regular afternoon teas on the TASIS campus.
After participating in the TASIS England Model UN team for three years, Calvin H. has had the honor of being selected to be a judge at the Model International Court of Justice (ICJ).
We are celebrating the recognition of another of our TASIS teachers for the significant role he plays in the academic lives of his students.
We are delighted to announce that Mr. Canny, AP/IB Economics teacher, has been selected for the University of Chicago Outstanding Educator Award!
For this month’s Spotlight on Service, Service Ambassador Deniz (Grade 11) talks with brothers Joseph (Grade 12) and Samuel (Grade 10) about their creation of an Odd Jobs business during the lockdown to raise funds for two charities near and dear to them.
TASIS England is delighted to be named as a finalist in the Well-Being category of the Independent Schools of the Year 2020 awards.
Each month, the Upper School Service Ambassadors will highlight the service initiatives of members of our community in an effort to inform, inspire, and engage. For the inaugural Spotlight on Service of 2020-21, we feature the work of Ivan (Grade 12) with Wimbledon Greyhound Welfare.
To encourage students and our wider community to keep up with their reading during the summer holidays, a Lower School challenge was set to read 1,000 books. We are delighted to announce that we have exceeded our goal by reading more than 1,200 books!
The National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) recently announced that the international affiliate founded by two TASIS England Upper School teachers will be presented with an award at their annual conference in November.