It is almost midnight and the kitchen lights are still on. By the countertop, Jack He is rolling butter cubes into the heap of flour, glancing at the cookbook beside him. Jack’s craving on a chilly night has turned into a full-blown cooking project: he is making a galette, his first-ever pastry dough “made with love, care, and nostalgia.”
“Ready --- set --- hit!”
It is amazing how three simple words can awaken the passion of everyone.
Every takeoff, run, pursuit, battle cry, breakthrough, and moment lead Keystone Academy sports teams toward a higher goal. Their purpose is multi-pronged: for fun and friendship, for love and passion, for commitment to oneself or the entire team, for unity and freedom.
This is why Keystone athletes play and coaches lead.
Forty student actors and production talents from the Keystone Academy Primary School have gathered for The Three Feathers, a spectacular stage production based on a folk tale from the Brothers Grimm. And for the first time, the PS Drama team delivers a bilingual show, with cast members speaking English lines and singing in Chinese.
College and university application and admission policies have remained fluid in the months since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, causing uncertainty that is rattling for high school students and their families who set their sights on a tertiary education abroad.
It is encouraging that more and more people worldwide are actively talking about mental health and emphasizing its important role in forming and developing sustainable societies. In 2019, the World Health Organization launched a special initiative outlining the strategies for achieving “the highest standard of mental health and well-being.”