Community & Service

Alumna interview: Victoria Grønsedt

At just 21 years old, Victoria G, from the class of 2016, is the CEO of her own home improvement company AND a full-time master’s degree student. How did this come around? How does she achieve to balance work, studies and personal life?

by Victoria Grønsedt, Class of 2016

3 Mar 2020


When opportunity knocks

Opportunities can appear on our doorstep at any time, and if you have an open mind and seize the day, you just might discover something you love. This was certainly the case for Dominique D in grade 9.

by Dominique D, grade 9

28 Nov 2019

Community & Service

When a child leaves for university: a parent's coping tips

What is it like when a beloved child leaves home to go to university? Jacqueline Weber, former CIS parent, tells us about the inevitable heartbreak and shares coping tips to navigate this trying time.

by Jacqueline Weber, former CIS parent

24 Sep 2019



Family game night

What happens when students are asked to play board games for homework? TK grade 3 teacher Laura Coulter shares how her project ‘Family Game Night’ brought families together and taught some valuable life skills in the process!


Skyping at 105

What is it like to be 105 years old? Students from grade 3-1 recently had a chat with their teacher Laura Coulter’s family friend over Skype and it was an enlightening session, to say the least! Laura tells us more.


What's in your closet? Grade 3s donate their extra resources!

Grade 3-1 students at TK donated to children in need in a remote village in Bali. Understanding the meaning of “resources” in different communities can be a challenge. By sharing their clothing and supporting other children, it made this idea more tangible.

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