After a hiatus due to the pandemic, Middle School students have gone back "Into the Gu". This popular VoiceLab project asks students to engage with our local neighborhoods by interviewing community members and creating a video documenting their experience.
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On average, 50% of our students are US citizens, with the remaining 50% representing nearly 50 nations.
Our students attend classes on our 25 acre hilltop campus, spread across our four sections: the British School, Elementary School, Middle School and High School.
In the 2021-2022 school year, SFS celebrates 40 years of offering the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme, making our High School the most experienced IB school in Korea. Providing a rich learning environment, our highly educated, innovative and caring faculty are recruited from around the globe and deliver exceptional teaching with outstanding results.
Seoul Foreign School celebrates 110 years of history in the 2021-2022 school year.
The average IBDP score worldwide is 29.9, while the SFS student average for 2019-2020 is 35. Of 109 diploma candidates that year, 97% passed as compared to the global pass rate of 79.1%.
Throughout this school year, the British School community has taken time to commemorate this very significant occasion - celebrating the past 40 years, reflecting on its history, and planning for the future. In May, two weeks of special events included a homeroom decorating contest, the creation of a time capsule, a 1980s-themed dress-up day, a parents morning tea, a flag parade, and finally an all-school British style street party featuring fair games, a bouncy castle, and other fun activities for students and faculty.
Taeyoon, a groundbreaking artist, recently returned to SFS for the first time in 20 years to host an art workshop for British School Year 5 and 6 students.
Grade 4 students researched, wrote, recorded, and produced their own podcasts on significant people and events from history. Listen here!
Moonlight Choir presented the world premiere performance of "Music Will Calm Thee", a song composed by Arnold and dedicated to Mr. Tom Ford and the choir.