News from TASIS England
Posted 16/10/2017 07:47PM
TASIS England celebrated Career Day on October 16th.
Posted 13/10/2017 03:48PM
October Travel Week 2017 ended but the memories of these trips will always be with our students. This year, destinations included Spain, Greece, Portugal, UK, Romania, Germany, Austria and Italy.
Posted 04/10/2017 09:00AM
On Wednesday, October 4, we had a special Lower School Assembly. It was a dedication ceremony for the Lower School Little Free Library. Little Free Library is a non-profit organization that inspires a love of reading, builds community, and sparks creativity. Their motto is Take a Book – Return a Book. Children are encouraged to share their favorite books through this book exchange.
Posted 29/09/2017 09:00AM
Eight alumni from the Class of '87 recently visited TASIS England campus 30 years after they graduated. During the visit, current students had the opportunity to ask them questions about their time at TASIS. Thank you for coming back!
Posted 13/09/2017 01:00PM
Our Varsity Boys Volleyball team played a fantastic game this week winning 2-0 against ACS Cobham. Congratulations to all the players and the coaches for a brilliant performance.
Posted 09/09/2017 10:00AM
A fantastic bonding experience for the Middle School students! The PGL trip is a great social time for our Middle School students and a wonderful opportunity to spend time outdoors in the beautiful English countryside.
Posted 29/08/2017 02:37PM
Tryouts for the Upper School 2017 fall season began at TASIS yesterday with over two-hundred students participating in sports such as volleyball, soccer and cross country. The purpose of the team tryouts and selection process is to ensure that all players receive a fair opportunity to join a team of their peers possessing similar game skills.
Posted 25/08/2017 04:00PM
Convocation ceremony 2017! On August 25, the entire student body, along with faculty and staff gathered to celebrate the start of the new academic year. The Convocation ceremony included a procession of students holding class banners and flags of their home countries.