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College Visit : University of Minnesota, Indiana-Bloomington, Rutgers

Representatives from University of Minnesota, University of Indiana-Bloomington, and Rutgers visited Seoul Scholars International on March 11th. They went over how to balance school and social life as well as making schedules and decisions on their own. Additionally, all three reps have stated that extracurricular activities are important. However, they recommend staying in one or […]...

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Picture Day

Seoul Scholars International students took yearbook photos on March 8. All staff members and  faculty arrived at school early and set up the photo zone and adjusted the lightings. Each homeroom came up with different poses for their photos and took pictures with their homeroom teacher as well. During lunch time, all students had a […]...

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College Visit – University of British Columbia (UBC)

University of British Columbia visited Seoul Scholars International on March 5th, 2019. Their International Admissions Officer explained how high school students should prepare themselves if they want to attend UBC. She went over statistics of admitted students and test scores in order for our students to understand UBC’s admission requirements. In addition, she explained different […...

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Spirit Week

2/25 Tuesday~2/28 Thursday was Spirit Week at Seoul Scholars International. Students dressed up as a Celebrity on Tuesday, wore their Homeroom colors on Wednesday, and Thursday is Pajama day. In addition, students sold snacks during Spirit Week in order to fund raise for the local community. Students who dressed up were awarded with QR points […]...

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2019 Spring Assembly

Students gathered in the cafeteria for spring assembly on January 7th. The Headmaster, Mr. Paul Battle handed out Highest Honor Roll awards to two students with highest GPA in each grade. In addition, students with above 3.9 GPA will receive their awards during homeroom. Music teacher Ms. Jennifer Suh’s homeroom class had the highest amount […]...

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WINTER CONCERT

Students in choir and orchestra performed during our annual Christmas Winter Concert on December 7th at Seoul Scholars International cafeteria. Students in choir sang classic Christmas songs such as “Santa Claus is Comin’ To Town” by J. Fred Coots, “You Raise Me Up” by Brendan Graham and Rolf Lovland, “Last Christmas” by George Michael. After […]...

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Happy Halloween Party!

For Halloween event, Seoul Scholars students celebrated the spirit of Halloween with performances composed of band and dance performances, activities consisting of amusing games such as Balloon Pop, Limbo, Hula Hoop, Guessing Game, and Charades, and blissful events such as appetizing food truck, spooky haunted house, fun face painting, and Tarot card reading. Dance club […]...

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UAL College Visit

University of the Arts London (UAL) came to visit SSI AND for an information session, Q&A, and portfolio review. Students from both SSI AND and SSI Daechi came to learn more about the school, the application process, portfolio requirements, and course structure. Students had the chance to ask questions and get their portfolios reviewed by […]...

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2018 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards

Scholastic Art Awards: The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards are presented by the Alliance for Young Artists & Writers whose mission is to identify students with exceptional artistic and literary talent. Congratulations! SSI AND Students were awarded Gold Keys, Silver Keys, and Honorable Mentions from the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards for their outstanding artwork. […]...

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Mission

Seoul Scholars is a college preparatory private academy that challenges students with rigorous academic programs specifically tailored to prepare them for the demands of higher education abroad. Building upon the diversity of current climate, we aim to prepare students to contribute and thrive in a heterogeneous academic environment. We will enable students to develop skills […]...

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