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Music Masters' Lessons Learned
Thursday, March 23, 2017
Best friends and Yale School of Music graduates, violinist Chen Xi and pianist Jin Wenbin shared their thoughts on music education and appreciation with the Keystone community during the March 20 Education Salon.

Grade 2 Takes on Gruffalo
Thursday, March 16, 2017
"We are writing the Gruffalo story by using our own words to tell it," explains one of the grade 2 students.

BREATHING LIFE INTO KUNQU - Exploring an Ancient Art with Li Xiaoping and Zhang Jun
Wednesday, March 08, 2017
Zhang Jun's rich and captivating melodic presentation from The Peony Pavilion transported the audience in the High School Library on 4 March to an ancient China through the beauty and breathtaking cultural magnificence of Kunqu.

Seven Strings of Melody: An Evening with Guqin and Wu Wenguang
Thursday, March 02, 2017
here are perhaps not many other instruments in China that can blend together 3000 years of history, cultural tradition and melodic beauty like the guqin.

An Ideas Fest: Grade 10 Presents First Annual Personal Project Exhibition
Thursday, February 23, 2017
These beautiful words are by grade 10 student, John An who has a passion for poetry and an ease with words. He used his personal interest not only to trigger poetic curiosity amongst his peers and teachers, but also with the possibility using his poems to generate interest in primary school students in the next academic year.

Designing Spaces Conducive to Learning
Tuesday, January 24, 2017
On January 19, Keystone Academy hosted this school year's 6th Education Salon featuring guest speaker Luke Hughes. A British interiors and furniture designer, Hughes spoke about his philosophy and approach in furniture and architecture, showed samples of his signature work around the world, and elaborated on the design process behind the high school library he recently completed for Keystone.

Learning Conversations In Black And White: Master Class With Prof. Wolfgang Glemser
Thursday, January 12, 2017
"The piano is quite a poor instrument in many regards because it cannot replicate the depth and breadth of music on its own. However, it can be influenced to do so," explains Prof. Wolfgang Glemser, visiting artist and educator, in a master class to a group of eleven middle and high school students.

Chalk Circle: A Theatrical Experience Unmatched
Wednesday, December 14, 2016
The stunning Keystone production of Chalk Circle has not only defined the standards of any future theatrical performance at our school, but has also set a high benchmark for creativity and innovation.

CAS Away Your Fears: A Look at an IBDP Core Module
Thursday, December 08, 2016
At a recent weekly Friday assembly, seven male teachers bravely took center-stage in the Performing Arts Center (PAC) to let seven students with trembling hands to shave their Mos.

Reading Between the Lines: Prof Gong Explores Chinese Literature at Keystone's Education Salon
Thursday, December 08, 2016
In an intriguing and interesting evening at Keystone Academy's last edition of this season's Education Salon Series, Prof Gongpeng Cheng of Peking University took the audience on a literary quest.

Unpacking Theories of Knowledge: Teachers Explains What It Means to Know in the IBDP
Thursday, December 01, 2016
"I think capital punishment is not the right decision in this case," said one juror. Another juror retorted, "I disagree. The accused cannot get away with murder. She broke the law and she must face the consequences."

Find a College that Fits You: Nancy Chen of Beijing's US Embassy Advises at Keystone Education Salon
Thursday, November 24, 2016
On 17 November, Keystone's Education Salon Series organized a presentation by Nancy Chen, US Embassy's Education Specialist in Beijing, and the Director of EducationUSA and the Fulbright scholarship program.

Making Math Real: Grade 11 Finds There Are No Absolutes
Thursday, November 17, 2016
Hunching over a book, and working away at one Math problem after the other is quite a common experience amongst high school students.


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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
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