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International Community School Ban g ko k , T h ailan d

Annual Report 2014-2015


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A Letter from the

Administration

October 2015 Dear ICS Community, International Community School Bangkok started over 22 years ago and has a rich history in serving students from over 20 different nations each year. We are proud of the mission of our school which fosters lifelong learning, responsibility as world citizens, and a team attitude towards community in our students. The Annual Report highlights the strengths of ICS students, teachers, and the learning community as a whole. This school has grown tremendously since its infancy, due largely to committed teachers, administrators, and support staff, as well as dedicated parents who have entrusted ICS with their children’s education. It is an honor to showcase the growth of ICS, demonstrating how God has blessed us in the past and will prayerfully continue to bless our community in the future. The 2014-15 school year was a year marked by student growth and success in and out of the classroom. Here are some points to highlight:

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We held our first Senior Capstone Service Project Fair. Our senior students impacted the world for good, becoming quality producers and responsible world citizens. Last year marked our highest historic enrollment. The Athletic and Recreation Center (ARC) facilitated a record amount of opportunities for students of all ages to participate in athletics. Our students took 1st place in both the Junior Varsity and Varsity divisions of the Bangkok International History Bee and Bowl. The Varsity team placed 1st in the Asian History Bowl. Our Girls Varsity Basketball team took 1st place for the fourth year in a row in the BISAC tournament. Many other teams, including volleyball, badminton, and soccer won medals last year. ICS students showed continued improvement in their writing abilities demonstrated in the Annual Writing Assessment. Graduating seniors gained admittance into some of the best universities in the US, Canada, and Thailand (*see the list at the end of this report)

The list of accomplishments can go on and on. In the end, God earns credit for our successes and for what He is doing in the lives of our students, teachers, and staff.

Sincerely, ICS Administration

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Table of Contents Our History

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ICS Board Members Staff Demographics Enrollment Demographics PTO (Parent-Teacher Organization)

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AP Courses Extra-curricular Activities Athletics Student Ministries Service Opportunities Standardized Tests Giving University Acceptances

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Student Achievement of the ESLRS

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Mission & Values ESLRS

Who are we?

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has provided me with wonderful years of high school life and has given me the opportunity to walk closer with God.

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Jiayi Lu, Class of 2015

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n 1981, expatriate families began a cooperative to educate their children from a biblical worldview. The cooperative continued for 12 years, providing first grade to sixth grade education. In 1990, many of these expatriate families and The Network of International Christian Schools met to discuss the feasibility of establishing a Christian school to provide kindergarten through twelfth grade education to the English speaking international community in Bangkok. In 1993, a suitable site was leased and the name International Community School (ICS)

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was chosen. The school was located on Soi Prong Jai in the Sathon area of Bangkok and welcomed 120 students when it opened in August 1993. The school’s ownership was given to, and remains with the International Community School Educational Foundation, a notfor profit foundation registered in Thailand. In 1998, ICS received accreditation from two U.S. based accrediting agencies: The Western Association of Schools and Colleges and The Association of Christian Schools International. The school expanded each year until it offered a K-12th grade education. The ICS community

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begins to discu ss est a b l i sh i n g ICS as a K-1 2 school. Ch r i s t i a n S c h o o ls)

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as a gra d e 1- 6 Ho m e sc hool Co - op

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I C S i s accred i ted by T h e W e s te r n A s s o c i a ti o n o f S c h o o l s a n d C o l l e g e s & T h e A s s o c i a ti o n o f C h r i s ti a n Sc h o o l s I n t e r n a t i o n a l

Prong J ai

campus opens w i th 1 2 0 s tu d e nts a n d th e

I C S Educ ational Foundation i s o ffi c i a l l y re gi s te re d.

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I C S celebrated its first graduating class in 1998. In 2002, the local school board of International Community School chose to become independent of the Network of International Christian Schools in favor of governance by its local school board. ICS enrollment consistently increased and outgrew the leased facility, despite several on-site building projects. The ICS Educational Foundation Board and the ICS administration, with the generous support of the families of ICS, purchased the current 16.2 rai plot of

H i s t o r y land in Bangna and began building in 2003. International Community School opened the Bangna campus in September 2004 with close to 500 students in four-year-old kindergarten through twelfth grade. The original campus at Soi Prong Jai was closed in June 2007. ICS continues the tradition of offering quality Christian education for the international English speaking community and now educates approximately 960 students from over 22 nations.

IC S b e co m e s i n de p e n de nt of N I CS i n f a vor o f g o ve rn a n c e b y a l oc a l sc hool b oa rd .

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IC S B angna

campus opens w i t h 5 0 0 s t u d e nt s.

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& s u p p o r t i ve p a re nt s jo in to g e t h e r to p u rc h a s e 1 6 . 2 ra i o f l a n d i n B a n gn a . Co n s t r u c t i o n b e gi n s.

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y Timeline

Th e n e w ath l e ti c re c re ati o n ce nte r, Th e A R C i s co m p l e te d.

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Our Mission B ased on the Bible, in partnership with parents, we teach the whole student to know and apply

wisdom for the good of our world and the glory of God.

Our Vision

T o continuously excel as a Christ-centered learning community.

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O u r C o r e Va l u e s Biblical TruthÂ

Looking to the Word of God for guidance in everything.

Christ-Centeredness

Living to honor the Lord Jesus Christ in everything.

Love

Reflecting God in giving of self for others’ good.

Growth

Striving to make our best better.

Community

Uniting the resources of individuals towards common goals.

Integrity Walking our talk.

Respect

Accepting and listening to others.

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Our Expected Schoolw

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wide Learning Results

( ESLRs)

The ICS Student is becoming a: Lifelong Learner

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Uses goal-setting processes to monitor their own learning progress Shows enthusiastic curiosity about the unknown

Discerning Thinker

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Understands core content of each subject Values truth and accuracy Supports arguments with evidence Resolves conflicting views in source documents Solves problems that appear to have no obvious solutions

Competent Communicator

Listens and reads carefully to understand others l Speaks and writes effectively for others’ benefit l Selects media that best carry the message to the intended audience l

Quality Producer

Team Player

Develops teamwork skills l Relates positively with people of varied cultures in diverse setting l Establishes & accomplishes goals mutually

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Responsibile Citizen

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Respects and submits to proper authority Knows what is going on in our world Uses time, energies, and talents to help others

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Understands a Biblical perspective Imitates Christ’s character Submits to Christ’s Lordship

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Creates intellectual, artistic, practical, and physical products l Aims for high standards (take pride in their work) l Uses technology meaningfully l

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IC S G overni ng Board The ICS Board works “behind the scenes” to establish

a vision and mission of ICS—to continuously excel as a

Christ-centered learning community. The board establishes governing policies and monitors school performance on a regular basis. Like the ICS student body, the board is di-

verse—from different countries and occupations. Selected through a careful screening process, ICS Board members

are volunteers who share their time and talents to serve the ICS community.

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The ICS Board Members

Mr. Sanguan Chanyaputhipong—Chair

Mr. Sovan Lo

Mrs. Suzie Person Mr. Jeffrey Tan

Mr. Raymond Foster Mr. Jeffrey Boehm Mrs. Michelle Seabourn

Dr. Sompob Paibulsirijit

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S t a f f D emo g r a ph ic s

Average ICS Employee Years of Service Teachers Staff

7.6 years

OVERALL

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Faculty to Student Ratio Teachers to Students Full staff to Students

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5.5 years

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(93 Teachers 925 Students)

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(144 Teachers 925 Students)


At ICS, teachers have the freedom to use their personal knowledge to try new things in the classroom and enhance the learning experience for students.

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Jeremy Sutter, HS Math teacher

Teachers’ Levels of Education School Year

Master’s Degree or Higher

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Undergraduate Degree Only

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Enrollment D ICS Student Population

D uring the 2014-2015 school year, the ICS student body

included students from 21 countries. Countries representing the largest percent of the student population were Thailand, United States and South Korea. Other countries represented include India, Canada, Taiwan, England, Germany, Brazil, Italy and Kenya. Last year, our student body was 50% male, 50% female.

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Demographics

Enrollment History

S ince ICS opened with 120 students at the Prong Jai

campus in 1993, enrollment has consistently increased.

By the time ICS opened the Bangna campus in September 2004, close to 500 students in four-year-old kindergarten through twelfth grade were enrolled. During the 2014-

2015 school year, student enrollment increased to 945

students (10 more on furlough).

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P T O (Parent Teacher Organization)

he vision of the ICS PTO is to promote excellence based upon the ICS T Mission Statement through organized partnership between parents and the school (students, teachers, staff and administration).

The PTO provides opportunities for parents of all nationalities and the school to:

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1. Foster communication between parents and the school to promote understanding and cooperation.

2. Coordinate the action of parents to support excellence in the development of the whole child (social, emotional, physical, intellectual, and spiritual.)Â


Annually, the PTO organizes many events that work towards their overall vision including:

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Car Boot Sale Admin-Parent Coffee Q and A Welcome Breakfast in August Christmas Breakfast International Day Year-End Sale Teacher Appreciation Breakfast Parenting groups that were held in both Thai and English throughout the year. Â

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Facilities Our current facilities include:

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600-Seat Performing Arts Center Athletic and Recreation Center Soccer Field Indoor Futsal Field Dance Studio 3 Swimming Pools 3 Indoor Gymnasiums

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6 Science Labs 2 Media Centers 3 Art Rooms 6 Computer Labs 3 Multipurpose Rooms Choir, Strings, & New Band Room 7 Band/Strings Practice Rooms


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Finances

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od continually provides graciously for ICS financially. The 2014-2015 school

year showed progress in our financial stability. Enrollment has steadily increased, as it has every year since the school’s inception, contributing to a 4.5% increase in total revenue over the prior year. Meanwhile, our costs have grown at a faster pace of 6.3% compared to the prior year due to increased spending on our facilities and students, as we continue on our vision to excel our learning community.

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10.5M baht on building and facility improvements, including a renovation of the

Band Room, refurbishing of Middle School classrooms, resurface of the Elementary Courtyard, and additional classrooms in the Secondary Building.

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6.1M baht on technology, including full Wi-Fi coverage of the Elementary Build-

ing, all-new iMacs for the computer lab, and upgraded bandwidth throughout the campus

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In additional to the educational and facilities spending, we were able to fully pay

off and retire the loan associated with the Athletic and Recreation Center a few years in advance of its maturity, saving on years of interest expense and putting ICS in a stronger financial position going forward.

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Revenue & Expenses

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s a registered non-profit, all proceeds and surplus funds are invested back

into the school and the educational goals of the ICS mission. Below is a summary of the components of our revenues and expenses for the 2014-2015 school year.

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School Curriculum I

CS is dedicated to educating the whole child, therefore, many opportunities

are provided for students to learn, participate and take part in the school community. ICS also offers an array of elective courses to secondary students. Electives offer students an opportunity to gain a broader education by selecting courses that match their interests.

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Secondary Elective Courses High School

Speech College Prep HS Band HS Strings Jazz Band Vocal Ensemble Digital Media 3D Animation Computer Applications Intro to Business Foundations of Web Design Programming

Intro to Marketing Personal Fitness Advanced PE CPR & Lifguarding PE & Health Art I Intermediate 2D Design

Intermediate 3D Design Intermediate Drawing Design Studio Technical Theatre Advanced Technical Theatre Theatre Arts Intermediate Technical Theatre English as a Second Language Yearbook

Middle School

Band Strings Intro to Spanish Intro to French Intro to Mandarin Advanced PE Choir Advanced Art Computers 6 Computers 7 Computers 8

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Student School Counseling

The ICS Counseling Department consists of four school counselors. Services include group or individual counseling, academic planning, transcript and student reports, and testing services. Secondary counselors focus on preparing the students each year to explore areas of career interest and apply to college.  Secondary counselors also facilitate parent workshops once a month, coordinate college representative visits and find ways to help students help themselves as learners.  When students struggle emotionally and socially, counselors find ways to help students achieve health in these areas.  Counselors also are involved with students proactively by being involved with Senior Council, Student Ministries, facilitating interviewing workshops, leading career groups, and etc. Elementary counseling takes a holistic and proactive approach to guiding students toward learning and developing life skills and exemplary behavior.   The elementary counselor works alongside the elementary homeroom teachers to present regular classroom guidance lessons that focus on social and emotional development, as well as guidance in personal character development.  

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Services

English as a Second Language (ESL)

ICS’ ESL Program is a pull-out program that provides a small class setting

where students focus on improving their English. The goal is to better equip the students for academic success in the regular classroom. Students learn

English holistically in the literature-based ESL Program. Currently four ESL teachers serve 118 students in the ESL Program.

ESL Program Summary Elementary

Teachers

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High School

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*ESL classes are kept small for individual attention, not exceeding 10 students per class period.

Learning Support Learning Support at ICS offers two distinct programs. First, the learning support program seeks to help students achieve success in the mainstream classrooms. The program included learning support teachers who are certified in special education and come alongside of the general education teachers to help our students succeed. Second, ICS offers a Life Skills program designed to meet the needs of students with cognitive impairments, Down Syndrome, Autism, and other mild to moderate disabilities. In the 2014-15 school year, there were 51 students receiving learning support in the elementary division and 26 students in the secondary division. We had 5 learning support/life skills teachers on staff.

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Advanced Placement Courses

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n addition to the traditional course of study found in an American curricu-

lum, ICS offers several Advanced Placement (AP) courses to high school students. AP courses offer a challenging curriculum that helps prepare students for the demands of college.

AP Courses Offered at ICS Biology

Spanish Language & Culture

Calculus

Statistics

Chemistry

Studio Art

Comparative Government

World History

English Language & Composition

Physics I: Algebra-Based Physics II: Algebra-Based Psychology

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IC S Stud ent s s c o red high er than the Thai & Global Averages

* Percentage of Students Scoring 3 or above on AP Tests

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Extra-curricular Activities Student Council

History Bowl & Bee*

Band Enrichment

Tae Kwon Do

Ballet

Botany Club Gymnastics

Model United Nations Sign Language Club

Japanese Sub-culture Club Intramural Soccer Stats Club

Jazz Dance Chess

Poetry Writing Judo

Elementary Wrestling

Photography Club

Intramural Basketball Disaster Relief Club Elementar Choir Paper Crafts

Student Ministry Leadership Team “The Quill” Student Newspaper

Wii Worship Bands Senior Council Board Game Club French & Spanish Clubs Elementary Soccer League World Scholar’s Cup

* For the 2nd straight year, our JV and Varsity History Bowl teams were champions of Bangkok, our Varsity History Bowl team was first in Asia, and an ICS student, Suntiparp Somsak, also finished 1st in the Asian History Bee competition. Suntiparp also finished 2nd in the world at the International History Olympiad at William and Mary College.

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Theatre

The ICS theatre department organizes two annual theatric productions that

involve students from all school levels, teachers, parents and other members of the community. Musical productions include the involvement of the ICS Orchestra. Overall, more than 100 people from the ICS community are involved in these theatric productions. Last year, students performed Twelfth Night and the musical The Wizard of Oz

ROTC

ICS offers ROTC as an alternative for Thai students who don’t want to enlist

in the army. ICS offers this course, an opportunity to learn about military train-

ing, to both male and female students. The ROTC course is accredited under the standards from the Thai Ministry of Education. The ROTC training takes place over 10 weekends in which students learn about various topics such as first aid, weapons and bombs, marching, orienteering and wilderness survival. Students participate in ROTC for three years. After 10 weeks of initial training, 2nd and the 3rd year students camp at Kaochonkai Camp for three days and five days.

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Visual Art

O ur students created beautiful works of art throughout the year,

much of it showcased at our annual Art Show. Our AP Art students even were able to show their work in a gallery downtown.

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Ath l et ic s

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and abilities as well as self-discipline and leadership potential. ICS is one of only 10 international schools in Bangkok that is part of BISAC (Bangkok International Schools Athletic Conference). ICS athletic teams compete in BISAC in the Under 11 and higher age divisions. Over 400 students participate in the athletics program at ICS.

To u r n a m e n t T i t l e s Boys

Soccer 2nd ISB Tournament 3rd BISAC 3rd Chiang Mai Tournament

Girls Soccer 3rd BISAC Girls Volleyball 2nd ISB Tournament 1st Chiang Mai Girls JV Badminton 1st BISAC Girls

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Basketball 1st BISAC 1st NIST Tournament 1st Chiang Mai

Boys Basketball 1st ICS Invitational Tournament Boys and Girls Tri-Sport ICS Tournament Champions Cross Country Ancient City Race U-19 Girls 2nd and 3rd place finishers 1st and 2nd place for U-15 Boys Track and Field U-13 Boys 400m – 3rd place U-15 Boys 400m – 2nd place U-13 Boys 1st place 400m U-13 Boys 3rd place 1500 m


I C S A t h l e t i c Te a m s Soccer - U-11, U-13, U-15, U-17, U-19 Basketball - U-11, U-13, U-15, U-17, U-19 Badminton - U-15, U-17, U-19 Volleyball - U-13, U-15, U-17, U-19 Swimming - U-11, U-13, U-15, U-17, U-19 Cross Country - U-11, U-13, U-15, U-17, U-19 Track & Field - U-11, U-13, U-15, U-17, U-19

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Student Ministries

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he ICS Student Ministries department seeks to develop ICS students in rela-

tionships—relationships with one another, relationships with mentors and especially their relationship with God. Student ministries seeks to provide opportunities for spiritual growth through interaction, instruction and personal reflection.

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friends are able to spend more time together, bond, and reflect on life. Friends are able to join in worship, eating and games and become more of a family. It is a really great experienced that shouldn’t be missed out on. l

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Secondary Student Ministries

Student Ministries opportunities for secondary students include: weekly

chapel services, Eagles Camp, an annual retreat for all students, a Student Ministries Leaders in Training (SMLiT) retreat, Friday Night Fellowship, Live Action Fridays, Night of Worship, Fan 2 Flame lunch groups, morning devotions, See You at the Pole, Caps for Cure. Additional student ministries opportunities are found through Life Groups, which include over 200 students, teachers and mentors.

Elementary Student Ministries

Student ministries in the elementary school include chapel services and the

Good News Club (GNC). Participation in the Good News club includes over 120 students, teachers and parents. GNC provides an opportunity to engage in fun activities while learning about the good news of God’s word.

Life Group is a great place where I believe

everyone should be because we get to talk about everything from dreams to boys to tattoos to self-defense, and it is a great way to connect with your peers.

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Capstone Service Project

The CSP is a 2-year long project in which students choose a problem

they are passionate about trying to help solve. They research the problem, complete at least 15 hours of community service trying to alleviate the problem, come up with solutions, write a 6-page research/reflection paper, and finally present their final product to a panel of administrators, board members, teachers, and parents. It was a great success last year! The project served as further proof that our students are becoming lifelong learners, quality producers, responsible citizens, and team players.

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nderstanding the Biblical concept of serving along with Jesus’ model that

He came to serve and not to be served (Mark 10:45), Serving and Learning Together or SALT projects give students educational and service opportunities that are not readily available or conducive to the classroom. Every student from grades 6-12 participated in a SALT project. Trips involved helping clean up a Bangkok slum area, helping deliver food to the elderly in a poor district, delivering lessons on hygiene to young children in Pattaya, doing activities with children with disabilities, teaching English in a rural school, painting a mural for a school, or building a church and library for a Karen Village.

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to unite with my classmates. We were able to help each other.  I would like to build houses again also because it was such a great opportunity for me to serve others.  It was a once in a lifetime experience. l

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Working on a team is more benefi-

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S t a n d a r d i z e d Te s t i n g S t a n f o r d A c h i e v e m e n t Te s t

I CS students continue to excel in many academic areas. Every year,

students in grades 3-11 participate in the Stanford Achievement Tests to track growth in reading, math and other academic areas.

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Reading Results Percent of students at/ above National 50th

Number Tested

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Percent of students at/ above National 50th

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Percent of students at/ above National 50

Number Tested

Percent of students at/ above National 50

Math Results

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Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) Scores

I CS students scored strongly on the SAT Reasoning Test (SAT I).

In the 2014-2015 school year, ICS students exceeded the US national average on the verbal, math and writing sections of the SAT.

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Math

Wri ti ng

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Math

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618

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Giving Back Our students continue to “apply wisdom for the good of our world

and the glory of God.� The ICS community in both the elementary and secondary divisions worked hard all year in raising money to help support various needs around the world.

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University Acceptances: Classes of 2010-2015 * Those in bold are Class of 2015 Acceptances. The number next to each represents the number of students accepted. United States

American University Amherst College Art Center College of Design Azusa Pacific University Babson College (4) Baylor University Boston University (3) Bowling Green University Brandeis University Brown University Bryan College California College of the Arts (2) California Institute of Technology California State University, Chico California State University, Fresno California State University, Fullerton California State Univ, Northridge Calvin College (2) Carnegie Mellon University (2) Case Western Reserve University Cedarville University (2) Chapman University Christopher Newport University Connecticut College Cornell University DePaul University Drexel University Duke University Georgia Tech University (2) Gordon College Grace College (2) Hamilton College Harvey Mudd College Haverford College Indiana University (2) Ithaca College James Cook University Johns Hopkins University Liberty University

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Loyola University Chicago Maryland Institute of Art Messiah College (3) Michigan State University (2) Middlebury College (2) Minnesota State University Mount Vernon Nazarene University Northeastern University (5) New York University (3) Northwestern University Occidental College Ohio State University Oregon State University Parsons The New School for Design (2) Pennsylvania State University (2) Pratt University Purdue University Rhode Island School of Design Rochester Institute of Technology Sacramento State University San Jose State University School of Art Institute Chicago (SAIC) Seattle Pacific University (2) Seattle University (2) Skidmore University SUNY Albany Syracuse University Taylor University Trinity University Tufts University (2) University of California, Berkeley University of California, Davis (5) University of California, Irvine (5) University of California, Los Angeles University of California, San Diego (3) University of California, Santa Cruz University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign (2)

University of Colorado, Boulder University of Illinois, Chicago (2) University of Michigan (3) University of Minnesota University of Northern Iowa University of Pennsylvania University of Rochester Univ of Southern California (2) University of Texas Austin University of Virginia University of Washington (4) University of Washington, Seattle University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire University of Wisconsin, Madison Washington State University Wesleyan University (3) Wheaton College William Carey University

Canada

University of British Columbia (UBC)

University of Toronto University of Victoria University of Waterloo

Italy

Bocconi University

Thailand

Assumption University Chiang Mai University School of Medicine Chulalongkorn University (18) Kasetsart University King Mongkut’s University of Tech Thonburi (3) Mahidol University (5) Rangsit University Silapakorn University Srinakarintaraviroj University Thammasat University (6)


South Korea

Eulji University Handong University Hankuk University of Foreign Studies Korean Advanced Institute of Science and Technology Korea University Sangmyung University Seoul National University Yonsei University

Japan

APU Hokkaido University Sophia University Waseda University

Australia

Australian National University Macquarie University Monash University Queensland University of Science and Technology University of Adelaide University of Melbourne

Taiwan

National Taichung University National Taiwan University National Taiwan University of Science and Engineering

Singapore

Singapore Institute of Management Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts Nanyang Technological University

England

Bangor University Imperial College London King’s College Lancaster University London College of Fashion Newcastle University

Nottingham University Regent College University College, London University of Manchester University of the Arts, London University of York

India

Bharati Vidyapeeth Pure Manipal University National Institute of Technology Russell Square International College

Stanford Business School Massachusetts Institute of Technology University of Cambridge, England University of Southern California Film School University of Southern California School of Education Yale Medical School

Hong Kong

Hong Kong University of Science and Technology University of Hong Kong

Other

New York University, Shanghai Nottingham Malaysia University

Glion Swiss Hospitality Management School

For Class of 2014-15:

21 students received a partial or full scholarship from a given university that added up to approx. $335,000 per year.

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Approx. 40% of 2014-2015 graduates will be studying in the United States, 29% in Thailand, and 13% in South Korea.

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Graduate Schools ICS alumni have been accepted to after completing undergraduate degrees. California Institute of Technology Columbia Law School Harvard Business School Harvard Law School Harvard Graduate Program in Architecture Johns Hopkins Medical School

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