The ’21–’22 school year begins August 16. Read an update from the Head of School here.
During summer school, MS students enhance their innate abilities while learning specifically-designed, curriculum-based courses. STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) projects often include the opportunity to build small machines, grow organic gardens, develop new sports, and construct personal passion projects, among others. Whether in math or social studies, or engaging in yoga, dance or P.E. activities, summer school is a chance for students to develop teamwork, leadership, self-confidence, and responsibility.
For more specific information regarding summer school scheduling and courses, please contact our summer school coordinators:
Elementary & Middle School inquiries for Summer School 2022:
Mr. Steve Liu – email@example.com
For COVID guidelines for summer school, please click here.
|HUMANITIES (Beyond Our Walls)|
Through discourse, literature, and via the lens of our contemporary world, MS students will be rigorously engaged in various project-based learning opportunities that enable them to explore and understand our society’s greatest accomplishments and unfortunate flaws. Students will discover what it truly means to be a global citizen, and how—beyond our own walls—each individual has the power to make a difference.
|SCIENCE & ENGINEERING|
This three-week MS science and engineering course will feature inquiry-based lessons with fun, hands-on activities for students to explore and understand the world around us.
MS students in this course will practice math skills using projects, activities, and technology to gain increased competence and confidence in the subject area in a fun, engaging way.
Students will learn and apply the elements and principles of art to produce work that reflects their understanding of its concepts. While exploring and experimenting with various techniques and media such as manga and painting, students will learn critical-analysis skills to reflect on their process and work.
|CULINARY ARTS (Heavenly Baked Goods)|
‘Heavenly Baked Goods’ summer course is designed to get students comfortable in using the oven in the kitchen. Students will learn to prepare great baked meals and desserts… then enjoy the food they cook, of course! This might just be their new hobby!
|INTRO TO SPANISH|
This course is designed to prepare students who have finished (or will take) Spanish 1 and plan to continue their studies in IB Spanish Ab Intio or Spanish 2. Language skills students need for narration and description will continue to be developed in classes that cover topics of current and general interest, including climate, health and technology, social relationships, education, and aspects of Spanish culture.
|SPORTS & GAMES|
This course features indoor and outdoor physical activites for MS students. While a fun time for sure, Sports & Games will also help students in developing their posture, hand-eye and foot-eye coordination, movement skills, and physical fitness.
Table tennis is a great way for students to develop a wide range of abilities, improve spatial awareness, and develop motor skills, concentration, reflexes, and strategy… all while having fun!
|YOGA FOR TEENS|
Designed by Yoga for Kids Thailand, this group yoga exercise activity will focus on the learner’s strength and encourage learners to use their positive energy effectively. Topics such as meditation, relaxation, and mindfulness will be touched on in class, with breathing exercises and at least 10 to 15 yoga poses practiced per time. Students will see how yoga works the brain and improves strength, and empower consciousness through mindful movement.
Designed by Zumba® Fitness, this class is a rockin’, high-energy dance party packed with kid-friendly routines and a perfect opportunity for students to socialize with friends and jam out to their favorite tunes.
|June 13 to July 1, 2022|
7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
|FULL COURSE||35,000 baht|
|TEXTBOOK DEPOSIT FEE |
(for NON-RIS STUDENTS only)
(refundable upon completion of summer school)