Grades 6-12 Activities
Clubs and activities in a school should exist together within a school alongside of the curriculum. We want for all of our co-curricular activities to be delivered according to regular TCIS mission and standards.
The goals of a healthy co-curricular program are two-fold. Firstly, we want students who are passionate about an idea to be able to engage in practicing that idea. Then should have guidance in appropriate ways to plan and pursue but with freedom to explore leadership opportunities on their own. Secondly, activities should be accessible to a wide variety of students in order to facilitate new experiences and the opportunity to discover new passions.
TCIS provides a wide range of activities for students to discover and be involved deeply with co-curricular learning.
These clubs are available to students for participation within the TCIS community. These activities are operated separately from our regular KAIAC and APAC conference events, which include things like sports, forensics, and musical exchange.
TCIS clubs are very much student driven and are involved in a variety of ways. Some serve the group club itself, some serve the TCIS community in some capacity, some engage with international groups and initiatives through affiliations (like Model United Nations or UNICEF), and some clubs serve in unique ways through smaller relationships and affiliations.