As students learn to experience and contribute to their school life; they start to understand and appreciate the meaning of a supportive community.
Building a strong sense of community is critical for every student to achieve their potential and for the school to achieve its goal of educating students and making them responsible citizens of their school community and the world. Their supportive community involves teachers, support staff and parents working together alongside former students and the community of Yangon, Myanmar.
Students of Year 10 & 11 work as volunteer teachers teaching English and Math to lower primary students at a Monastery for two months of the academic year. Students also organize musical performances, movie nights, sports leagues and many other fund raising activities throughout the year.