How to create your own garment

Our IB Visual Arts students were invited to take part in an exciting 3D/Fashion workshop held by fashion and jewellery designer, Matthew Greer. Matthew’s experience working with big names such as John Galliano and Erickson Beamon was well exploited by our creative talents at the Lyceum Alpinum. With the design brief requiring the students to…

The 21st Century Educational Revolution

THINK Global School is the world’s first traveling high school, and each year its faculty and students engage in educational experiences as unique as the countries they visit.Discover in this article the thoughts of some renowned leaders about the 21st century educational revolution and the radical rethink of THINK Global School. Welcome to the reform party.…

Best International Schools in Austria

Why study in Austria? Austria offers a rich cultural setting in the very heart of Europe, with impressive Baroque architecture, awe-inspiring churches and captivating cultural events. Full of international and bilingual schools and universities, Austria offers expat families a world of opportunities and easily nestles its way into the hearts of the many expats who…

Best International Schools in Kenya

Why study in an International School in Kenya? The choice of local and expat families Unfortunately, many public schools in Kenya suffer from a lack of funding and a shortage of highly qualified teaching staff. Thus, both expats and wealthy Kenyans frequently opt for private schooling or international schools. To be fair, one should add…

British Ambassador to Thailand opens new Pullman Library at Harrow Bangkok

H.E The British Ambassador to Thailand Brian Davidson visited Harrow International School Bangkok for the first time today to officially open our brand new Lower School Library. At the opening ceremony he commented: “Books are the most precious gift that anyone could have…” “Books are the most precious gift that anyone could have. They are…

How the TASIS Summer Programs Built an Incomparable Performing Arts Program

For seven weeks each summer, a community of professional artists gathers amongst the mountains and lakes of southern Switzerland and devotes itself to providing a transformative experience to students hailing from more than 50 nations. “It’s a beautiful thing,” said writer, actor, musician, and educator Andrew Leonard, who has spent his summers in Lugano since…