Keystone Academy

  • A new world school
  • A new model of education in china
  • 全新的教育模式 真正的世界学校

Search Results

The following are the results of your search:
Keywords:
Event Options:  Upcoming  Past

#1 - 15 of 222 result(s)    next >  

OUR PROGRAM > SUMMER PROGRAM

Reliving Shakespeare: Keystone Brings Macbeth to a Contemporary Stage
Tuesday, April 26, 2016
"Time hath, my lord, a wallet at his back. Wherein he puts alms for oblivion." One of English literature's mavericks, William Shakespeare, perhaps did not know when writing these lines in his play, Troilus and Cressida, that 400 years after his death the world would still be his stage.

Made by Students. Told by Students: Students Inform Parents About Academic Progress
Thursday, April 21, 2016
Confucius once said that there are three ways of learning: first by reflection, which is the noblest; second by imitation, which is the easiest

Three Destinations, One Purpose: Learning With A Difference
Thursday, April 21, 2016
Learning by doing is one of the penultimate forms of learning, only to be surpassed by a learning that is an act in response to another's need;

Make the Most of Your Child's Summer: Ten Things to Keep in Mind
Thursday, April 14, 2016
Summer is celebrated in song as the time for laziness, fun in the sun, and general relaxation. But for our Keystone students, and for most of the students around the world who will be in the same applicant pool for colleges, summer is a time for opportunity and learning.

Many Paths To Learning: An Anthology of How We Teach and Learn at Keystone
Thursday, April 14, 2016
From the everyday to the extraordinary, from the classroom to the culture of learning, from the precision of practice to personal passions, from History to hip hop, and from Science to Sports – this only begins to define a semblance of the breadth and depth of learning at Keystone Academy.

We are the 1000th IB Program in Asia: Keystone Academy Receives IBDP Authorization
Thursday, April 14, 2016
Marking a significant milestone in the history of Keystone Academy, the school has officially been accredited as an International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) school.

Hungry for a Cause: Grade 10 Observes 30-hour Fast to Raise Money for WFP
Thursday, March 31, 2016
Close to 50 grade 10 students and teachers observed a 30-hour fast on 25 March, as they went about their regular day at school. This was the culmination of the grade 10 students' service initiative.

Making Sense of Science: Experimenting and Exploring
Thursday, March 31, 2016
Victoria Wei, grade 10 student, tilts her face to the right almost against the table in the science lab, as she peers closely through a thick, small triangular piece of glass.

What is Your Point? Learning the Essential Skill of Debating
Friday, March 25, 2016
A crime is not a crime if there is no victim. What would your arguments be, if you were to justify this statement? Though a tad bit tricky, Maggie Yang from grade 4 thought it was quite simple;

Space, Face, Place: Becoming a Keystone Boarder
Thursday, March 17, 2016
The notion of developing character in young people is a complex, organic process. Keystone's residential program is so designed to enable and enrich this process.

Taking Steps to Being Themselves: Meet Some of Our Student Pioneers
Thursday, March 17, 2016
Each and every parent would have experienced the great overwhelming joy of that particular moment when their child takes their first steps, or when they learn to use the spoon for the first time, or when they say their first words.

Theatre Brought to Life: ISTA High School Festival Comes to Keystone
Thursday, March 10, 2016
Over 80 students from nine international schools in China and other countries, 10 professional theatre artists, trainers and educators, three creatively exciting high-energy days, and one location – this is a sure-shot recipe for the most rewarding theatre festival any student could attend.

The Many Dimensions of Learning the Human Form: Grade 10 Goes Cross-Disciplinary
Thursday, February 25, 2016
A block of clay, modeling tools, and one's own creative acumen – are these enough to sculpt the human form in 3D? Not quite.

Going Red: Celebrating Spring the Keystone Way
Thursday, February 04, 2016
Red is a color of significance for many cultures around the world. It is often associated with the Western tradition of Valentine's Day. Dressing in red is considered lucky in some; even Santa Claus is almost always depicted dressed in red.


#1 - 15 of 222 result(s)    next >  

Keystone Academy

  • A new world school
  • 全新的教育模式
  • A new model of education in china
  • 真正的世界学校
Beijing, China
powered by finalsite