Dr. Jadis Blurton, Head of School
Last Wednesday I would never have imagined the hurdles of this week. Next Wednesday we will be largely past them. We’ve learned a lot about our friends, colleagues, students and parents in only two weeks. And we know our community has a lot to be proud of.
Peter Hawksworth, THS High School Principal
So what is best for my child - A levels, IB or American high school? In the first of a three-part series, we tackle this big question by comparing the three systems head to head.
Arathi Talreja, MS Math Teacher and Coordinator & Samuel Mathews, MS Math Teacher
THS middle school math teachers gave compelling examples of how math can be engaging by bringing in real world context and project based learning.
Mersara Wu & Ivy Liu, Mandarin Teachers
Learning Mandarin for beginners may seem daunting but at THS, we strive to make it enjoyable with the goal of language and cultural appreciation. In this week’s blog, our Mandarin team of teachers carefully explains the nuts and bolts of the program, and the different outcomes they try to accommodate for.
Van Tengga, Grade 3 Co-teacher
Charity is as old as humanity. To give stems from a natural human desire to help others in need, and giving needn’t always be about money. In this week’s blog, Grade Three co-teacher Van Tengga and one of the teachers spearheading Project Hope shares with us his golden rules in giving and how we can all help to give in more ways.
Brennan Dignan, THS High School College Counsellor
As part of his everyday mission to help our high schoolers unearth their truth, we embark on the college consideration process to consider the judicious why.
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Matt Schiavon, HS Global Project Development Teacher
Students often struggle to understand the relevance between the content they are learning at school and how it relates to the real world. At THS, project based learning is a powerful teaching methodology used to reiterate classroom concepts by applying them to real world problems.
Dr Jadis Blurton, Head of School
Welcome to 2021! The vaccine is on its way, we are into the swing of virtual classrooms, and we know that in a few months we’ll be able to travel again and have more security in our jobs and schools. So why are we not all dancing in the streets and giving (still virtual) high fives?
Rafi Cristobal, Co-Teacher and Co-Teacher Coordinator
Having the fortune to improve the lives of others is a privilege. Led by the Project Hope team, and in a climate of great uncertainty and economic hardship, many THS families gave generously to help people in need.