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On Feb. 28, SIS Ambassadors participated in the KAIAC choir festival at Gyeonggi Suwon International School (GSIS) to compete against other school choirs. (photo credit: Lesley Scott)

SIS participates in KAIAC choir festival

Jack Lee, Reporter | Mar 15, 2023

On Feb. 28, SIS Ambassadors participated in the KAIAC choir festival at Gyeonggi Suwon International School (GSIS) to compete against other school choirs. The Ambassadors received a platinum rating, the...

From Mar. 1st to 5th in Oman, SIS participated in a choir festival held by AMIS. (photo credit: Matthew Halter)

SIS choir travels to Oman for AMIS festival

Jack Lee, Reporter | Mar 15, 2023

From Mar. 1st to 5th in Oman, SIS participated in a high school choir festival held by the Association of Music in International Schools (AMIS) at the American International School of Muscat. Through auditions,...

SIS bands receive all platinum ratings at KAIAC Large Group Festivals

SIS bands receive all platinum ratings at KAIAC Large Group Festivals

Cherlin Kim, Managing Editor | Mar 15, 2023

On March 2, SIS hosted the KAIAC Large Group Band Festival where international students were graded from (best) platinum to (worst) merit by the Korea International Music Educators Association.  In...

SIS competes in final 2022-’23 Forensics tournament

SIS competes in final 2022-’23 Forensics tournament

Cherlin Kim, Managing Editor | Mar 13, 2023

On Feb. 3-4, SIS competed in the final KAIAC Forensics tournament for the 2022-’23 school year at GSIS. With medals awarded to individual winners and schools with the highest speaker points, competitors...

Don’t trip, give us grade-level trips

Don’t trip, give us grade-level trips

Eric Hyunseung Cho, Copy Editor | Mar 13, 2023

Busan, Tokyo, Bangkok, Dubai, London, New York… There are limitless possibilities of cities that we could travel to if we had grade-level trips. In each city, students can make unforgettable memories...

Author Lee Min-Jin was invited as a special guest for this years NHD.

SIS hosts first in-person NHD in four years

Waan Choi, Copy Editor | Feb 28, 2023

On Feb. 25, SIS hosted National History Day (NHD) Korea 2023, uniting over 500 participants from more than 33 different schools. Students all over Asia from Korea to Taiwan came to participate in the competition....

Photo Courtesy of The Korea Herald

Putting international back in international school

Brandon Choi, Executive Copy Editor | Feb 28, 2023

For an international school, our school lacks a representative diverse student body. With a significant majority of our students being ethnically Korean, our school suffers from a homogenous cultural and...

Spring sports begin

Spring sports begin

Danny Donghyun Han, Reporter | Feb 28, 2023

On Feb. 14, the spring sports tryouts began. This season consists of soccer, badminton, and track and field.  There are many changes for the spring season—namely, track and field became a varsity...

Chess craze checkmates SIS

Chess craze checkmates SIS

Paul Moon, Managing Editor | Feb 28, 2023

Recently, one leisure activity has dominated the SIS halls and classrooms: chess. Many students play daily and even during class, a trend that began in the second semester. The popularity of chess is consistent...

RAK put up a cupcake to “sprinkle kindness around SIS.”

RAK holds Kindness Week at SIS

Hannah Yi, Copy Editor | Feb 22, 2023

Starting on Monday, Feb. 13, Random Acts of Kindness (RAK) hosted Kindness Week leading up to the Random Acts of Kindness Day on Feb. 17. The club has celebrated the Random Acts of Kindness Day since 2018. “The...

Interviews with SIS students about mask mandate release

Interviews with SIS students about mask mandate release

Cherlin Kim, Managing Editor | Feb 16, 2023

https://youtu.be/3sYmSrL2418

Varsity cheerleading goes to KAIAC

Varsity cheerleading goes to KAIAC

Erin J Choi, Reporter | Feb 10, 2023

On Feb 4, the varsity cheer team and the two coaches—Hana Jeon and Nydia Hernandez—traveled to Chadwick International School for their KAIAC competition. Seven international schools competed, including...