Taejon Christian International School | Since 1958

The Arts

The full, multi-school APAC orchestra practices on the TCIS stage.
This TCIS art student's fashion design is admired during exhibition.
Middle school actors perform a scene on stage during a play.
Focus on a violin student as she performs in the orchestra.
High school seniors perform on stage during the Spring Musical.
Two people discuss a student's visual art piece which is displayed on the wall during exhibition.
The full, multi-school APAC choir sings together on the TCIS stage
The arts have the role in education of helping children become like themselves instead of more like everyone else.
– Sydney G. Clemens

The Arts In Holistic Education

The Arts are an opportunity to express our inner-most desires; it allows people to transcend differences and encourages individuals to express themselves through varied forms of communication. The Arts are more than brass, paint, and scripts. It is the celebration of different perspectives and the appreciation for the infinite beauty that is the vision, sound, and voice of God’s Creation. We believe these things to be true, and as such, we believe the inclusion of the arts in holistic education is vital.


The Arts at TCIS

TCIS believes in holistic education, and every student is surrounded by the Arts from K-12. Students have opportunities to create and perform at all grade levels with access to proper facilities and professional partners. These opportunities encourage students to excel and progress in their awareness of creativity. In small-class settings, students are given the individual attention required that is proven as an indicator for future success. Further research shows that success in the arts improves learning in all other subject areas. We are proud to support student learning through a stellar arts program!

The TCIS arts program combines elements of fine arts and contemporary visual and performing arts. Opportunities are offered in a variety of formats for learners of all levels, from foundational instruction to personal development under mentor-style guidance. Learning happens in the classroom as a part of the curriculum, as a part of the co-curricular offerings for activities, and inter-disciplinary as a supportive element to learning.

At TCIS, the arts are all around us!

APAC Orchestra event at TCIS, hosting talented student musicians from international schools around Asia to collaborate at this special event.