School News

On March 14th, our 10th grade and 11th grade students had debates about the League of Nations, specifically as to whether it was an effective international organization or not. These debates were organized by our IB history teachers Rhonda Slugoski and Liubov Chernova. More

Most historical events are open to different interpretations depending on one's perspectives, which makes debate an effective way to share opinions, improve analytical skills and ultimately deepen our understanding of history. On May 10th, a debate was held in our IB history class on Fascism and Communism, very interesting topics, because the successes and failures of both ideologies are controversial. More

Our school's traditional year-end concert for students, teachers and parents was a moment of revelation: a remarkable number of artistically gifted students study at our school! More

The latest issue of the ILS school newspaper, Fox Tales, was published this week and includes articles by 19 different students for a total of 25 pieces. On the list of topics we find educational trips and seminars with foreign colleagues, a visit to the "Media Wave" All-Russian Festival for Young Journalists, the "Pacific Fusion" International Children's Jazz Festival-Competition, along with international students' impressions of life in Russia and descriptions of their hometowns. Fox Tales correspondent Ksenia Didik (9th grade, section 9M1) not only participated in Pacific Fusion but also did an interview with one of our guests from Zeya - the drummer of the Zeya Jazz Orchestra. Also excited about the new issue were Young Journalists festival participants Elizaveta Rudenko and Denis Predit (6th grade, section 6M1) and Alena Popova (7th grade, 7M1). More

This year eleven ILS 12th graders met the difficult challenge of studying in the International Baccalaureat program, which requires more than 30 exams for successful completion. More

Representatives of Tokyo International University (TIU), Takeo Kobayashi and Jonathan Todd, together with the Anna Popova, director of the Far Eastern Corps of Executives, discussed the advantages and specifics of study at TIU with ILS high school students and their parents. More

ILS international students, together with their English language teacher and CAS coordinator Marina Kutepova, recently visited the VGUES Museum and Exhibition Complex to see the exhibit "Make paper your co-author", dedicated to World Graphic Design Days. More

ILS 10th graders Magomed Ermakov (Russia) and Lee Sanghyun (South Korea) along with 11th graders Kim Yoon Soo, Kim Da-eun, Jung Gawon and Kim Min Seo (all from South Korea) participated in the Model United Nations of the Russian Far East conference. More

ILS 6th graders and their homeroom teacher Aleksandra Matyushina visited the unique Klim Voroshilov shore cannon battery No 981 on Russian Island in Vladivostok. More

In the ILS 5th floor hallway viewers can now see photographs dedicated to Victory Day and the Great Patriotic War. More

This year's event, the 4th International Children's Jazz Festival-Competition, continued the annual trend of increasing participation, while adding a new component: competition. More

ILS students won the hearts of both the audience and the judges at the "Fashion without borders" and "Pygmalion" international competitions for young designers. Among the competitors were professional designers, as well as students, so the level was very high. More

As part of Russian Parliament Day, ILS high school students took part in an open lesson held by deputies of the Primorye Regional Legislative Assembly. More

Improvisations, jazz favorites, duets, trios, solos, choruses, ensembles and orchestras - each performer crafted each performance down to the tiniest details. The nailbiting anticipation among performers, their teachers, and their parents is finally at an end, as all the prizes and diplomas have been awarded, the final impressions exchanged among the competitors - the 4th International Children's Jazz Festival ILS has reached its end. More

The 4th International Children's Jazz Festival-Competition "Pacific Fusion" opened at ILS on April 25 at 2p.m. More

ILS held a basketball match for students from two 8th grade sections and their parents. The match was tense and well contested, ... More

ILS IB program students Lee Sanghyun (10th grade) and Hong Jungwoo (11th grade, teacher Yulia Filatova) both achieved excellent results in the worldwide "Total Dictation" competition. More

Natural Disasters is an English-language project for ILS 7th and 8th graders, culminating in a public defense. The panel of judges, which included teacher Rhonda Slugoski (Canada) and 11th grade students Taisia Moroz and Semen Kostyuchenko, evaluated the competitors for the following criteria: working with information; visual content; expressiveness; contact with the audience; student participation in preparation, and several others for a total of eight criteria. More

Polina Guryanova and Denis Predit (teacher - Natalya Lyalko) participated in the 1st Far Eastern Competition-Festival "I love you, Russia", tying for second place. More

ILS students in grades 5-8 presented a total of 11 reports at the 15th Far Eastern Youth Environmental Conference "People and the biopsphere". More

Every year, ILS students test their physical capabilities by going through the GTO (Ready for labor and defense) PE and sport program. More

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