School News

ILS international students and their homeroom teachers recently visited Shtykovskiye Prudy Art Park, where they tried tubing and skating. More

Once upon a time, biology lessons for 6th graders in section 6M2 took an unexpected turn: Their teacher, Lilia Lvova, gave the students the assignment of cultivating bean seeds in order to study their structure. More

All ILS participants achieve good results, receive certificates for winter Cambridge Exams session More

During Maslenitsa week, Bayarushka Studio participants Alina Kushnir, Maria Shteinkova and Elena Bolsunovskaya told students from the European Pro-gymnasium about the history of traditional Russian costumes. More

ILS 6th graders began their study of positive and negative numbers by meeting with Pythagoreans. Students from 7th grade sections 7M3 and 7M2 dressed as ancient Greek scholars prepared a fascinating journey back to the origin of positive and negative numbers. More

Spring is the time when high school seniors decide where they will continue their education, and every year visotors from top world universities come to our school to help guide students in their choices. Our most recent visitors were representatives from the University of Nottingham, Ningbo in China. The meeting with our students was conducted in English and included a highly informative presentation, followed by a question-and-answer session. More

Fifth graders from section 5M2, together with their math and homeroom teacher Olga Krotenko, paid a visit to Vladivostok's Einstein Science Museum during Science Week. More

ILS students in grades 6-9 created an exhibition dedicated to the Chinese New Year, which this year was February 16. Together with their Chinese language teachers Anna Belenogova, Marina Oleinik and XXXXXX, the students cut Chinese characters out of paper, and used them to decorate the third floor of the school. More

Another victory! Winners from the 8th grade table tennis competition announced. More

The 10th grade chess tournament is under way at ILS, giving participants the opportunity to demonstrate and strengthen skills vital to academic success, such as logic, analysis and forecasting. Those who do this best can be expected to achieve the strongest results. More

ILS 9th graders defended a total of fifteen different scientific research projects, including topics such as historical collisions, the causes of teenage crime, migration processes in Primorye Region, ways to develop intuition, advertising effectiveness, success at international competitions, and even the tender topic of love. More

Among those participating in Science Week at ILS were our youngest students from Russia, Japan, India and the Netherlands, children from pre-school age to 4th grade, who were treated to a special “Mega-science” show. Together with their teacher Olga Yakovleva, the children immersed themselves in a cheerful atmosphere of illusions, along with experiments in physics and chemistry. More

ILS 7th grader (section 7M1) Mikhail Kozitsky and 10th grader (10M) Anastasia Brovarets successfully passed the JLPT, which determines a non-native speaker's level of proficiency in the Japanese language. Mikhail achieved Level 5, while Anastasia achieved Level 3. More

Sports competitions continue apace at ILS. Last weekend a number of our students went to the city of Artem to participate in an Open Skiing Competition held at the "Blue Mountain" sports center. Naturally, our students were winners in varoius events. More

Science Week is a time for creative effort, and the 5th graders in section 5M2 taught by Russian Language and Literature teacher Galina Korotkonozhkina enjoyed a competition for compositions on environmental topics during the event. More

How are scientific discoveries made? Is science boring or interesting? What does it take to be erudite or to win a brain ring? More

“Russia has made a strong commitment to supporting talented, promising students,” notes Olga Nesterova, head of the Department of Soil Science at the Far Eastern Division of the Russian Academy of Sciences, at the beginning of her lecture for ILS 9th and 10th graders. “We would like to see you become participants in our department’s scientific programs, which include grants for working with school students.” More

Tuesday of Science Week at ILS was a rich mixture of experiments, competitions and interesting lectures. More

Science Week at ILS opened with a fascinating lecture by an old friend of the school, Maksim Kirilyevich, a Candidate of Economic Science, who serves as Head of the Expert Group of the FEFU School of Economics and Management. The highly experienced economist told students in grades 8-11 about the opportunities and risks hidden in virtual money. More

The sports competition continues at ILS, with new winners named, thanks to fine sharpshooting by footballers in the school's 9th grade sections. More

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