Asia Pacific International School hopes to bridge the gap between east and west
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Now in their seventh school year, Asia Pacific International School (APIS), Hawaii Campus, has built a caring, Christian community that serves 130 students in grades kindergarten to 12 from the North Shore, Oahu, community and around the world – “to become leaders of the New Pacific Century.”
Although they have a large 97-acre campus, the school has a small ‘ohana-like feeling. In fact, most faculty and 30 percent of students live on campus, enjoying residential boarding which includes meals cooked by an international chef, evening tutoring sessions, and weekend activities.
APIS has an engaging, hands-on curriculum that includes project-based learning in every class K-12, and there is also emphasis on East Asian Studies and languages. The school has a campus in Seoul, South Korea, and also offers Korean, Japanese, and Chinese starting in kindergarten.
If you’re interested in learning more or taking a tour of their beautiful campus, please visit apishawaii.org!
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