Sleep Deprivation in Teens

Article by: Sophia Ivory We all have experienced that groggy and lethargic feeling when we wake up as our alarm clock goes off in the morning. For some people, this may be rare, but for some others, this may sound like a regular morning to them. You didn’t sleep much last night, so you get... Continue Reading →


Girls’ Varsity Volleyball

Article by: Mayuko Mochizuki The Girls Varsity Volleyball team representing ISS have made a great start to the year. The team consisting of 14 members are currently undefeated, playing great games against the other teams in the league. The team have done very well with every single game with a win against schools such as... Continue Reading →

La Belleza de Cultura Español

Article by: Jose Gabriel M. Macion Image credit: Google The Spanish Ab Initio Experience Spanish class this year have taught the Grade 11 Ab initio students a variety of things. This class isn’t focused on shoving information down the throats of its students, rather it connects the lesson to various cultural elements. From customs, beliefs... Continue Reading →

Chinese Calligraphy ECA

Article by: Yang Chen In the beginning of 2018, two of our DP students, Kailing and YuanYuan has initiated a Chinese calligraphy ECA as their CAS project. Chinese calligraphy is one of the most ancient symbol that can represent Chinese culture, many Chinese students were attracted to this ECA by this reason. In an international... Continue Reading →

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