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Did the first homework today!!

Hey guys!! (if there’s anyone who is even reading this small blog…)
So I did a research about study tips and about the IB, so now I’ll just share them with you :) 656 more words

Best results ever!

May 2014 was something of a milestone in Taipei European School’s history as an IB World School. This year, our students achieved the highest average grade we have ever had, at 5.47. 458 more words

Articles In English

The Struggle Is Real: The Three Day Countdown to the Biggest Deadline So Far This Year

Because I can’t post these thoughts anywhere but here, this is a list of all the significant (albeit slightly self-deprecating) thoughts that passed through my brain that would probably get me shot for flaunting my position on the high school social hierarchy. 533 more words

High School

From High School to College: The Transition

As my first day of classes as a freshman begins to wind down, I can sit back on my bed and focus on the day’s lessons. 515 more words

College

grown-ups?

Yoooo! there are only 4 days (including today) until my school start!!

But today is about to end in where I live so only 3 days and then I’m officially an IB student!! 337 more words

China: Summer 2014

by Michael LoStracco, religion department and international student sponsor

We arrived in China as tourists, but we left as guests, having learned one immeasurably precious value through our service-learning work, that of intimacy. 1,843 more words

George School

Finding British Schools For Your Expat Children, by Luke Rees

A few weeks ago I found a very useful map about British Schools Abroad and shared it on social media. I’m now glad to publish Luke Rees’ very insightful post about it here. 640 more words

Expat Life