MYP Celebration at XLIS

Dear XLIS Community,   We are delighted to share the incredible success of the MYP5 Celebration Ceremony and BBQ that took place at our school last week. This event marked a significant milestone in the academic journey of our MYP5 students as they were awarded their certification of completion in front of their peers, parents,…

Work Experience at XLIS

“Some things cannot be taught; they must be experienced. You never learn the most valuable lessons in life until you go through your own journey.” —— Roy T. Bennett   This quote summarizes the aim of introducing the work experience at XLIS. This event was mainly geared towards M5 students who had just completed their…

Graduation of class 2023

A graduation ceremony is a very special occasion: it marks the culmination of years of hard work, the recognition of goals attained and the acknowledgement of successes achieved.   On 24th May, our DP 2 graduates received certificates for completing the Diploma Programme at XLIS. For all these students, it has been a journey that…

June Upcoming Events

Whole School Events   1. PTA Core Member Meeting – Tuesday, 13th June The last monthly PTA core meeting of the second semester will be held on Tuesday, June 13th, and we will notify all PTA members by email later on.   2. End of Semester 2 – Friday, 16th June From Saturday, June 17th to…

May Updated Events

Whole School Events   1. PTA-led Barter Trade “Bartering: If you barter goods, you exchange them for other goods, rather than selling them for money.” On May 5th, we held the 1st Barter Trade organized by XLIS PTA. This is a live class for students to carry out the low-carbon and eco-friendly lifestyle. Big thanks to…

Voices from Teachers & Students – M1

World Without Borders:  The Adventure of the Week Without Walls By Mr Matthew Lu MYP Chinese Language Acquisition and Language & Literature Teacher     Exploring New Cultures and Embracing Nature By William Fan M1A   On April 17, 2023, I went to my first Week Without Walls with my classmates and teachers. I think…