After 35 years of service at Seoul Foreign School, our beloved faculty member Jack R. Moon has retired from his current role as the Director of Alumni Relations. Jack’s dedication and love for the school has been instrumental in influencing so many students’ lives both in and out of the classroom. He is a man centered in Christ, full of character, integrity and an inspiration.
As he moves onto his next chapter in life, he would like to leave a legacy at SFS by establishing the Jack R. Moon Biology Scholarship. We hope you will take this opportunity to honor Jack’s service and help continue to support his passion for Biology for generations to come.
“When I made my decision to be an educator, I wanted to share my love and passion for life with my students and instill in them the need to live responsibly in the world, caring for both our environment and for those who are in need of our support and care. The classroom was the perfect place for my calling.
It allowed for instruction, debate, research, analysis and synthesis – focused under the school’s mission statement to be centered in Christ. It was a joy and a privilege to have participated in the lives of so many wonderful and capable students during my time at Seoul Foreign School and it is my hope that this legacy will be upheld in the years to come.”
Jack R. Moon
SFS Faculty 1979-2019
This scholarship will be presented annually to a Junior at the end of the school year when the academic awards are announced. It carries with it a USD 1,000 scholarship to assist in tuition, summer programs or research opportunities.
The selection of this student will be done by the science department with one of the Biology teachers acting as a chairperson of the group.
The Scholarship will go to the student who:
- Wants to pursue a profession in a Biology related field
- Shows an ability to integrate the fields of Biology and another science discipline e.g., Environmental Systems, Sports, Exercise and Health Science, Chemistry or Physics
- Is intrinsically motivated and exhibits an inquisitive mind when it comes to studied topics (not just about getting good grades in the subject matter but going beyond to personal exploration of topics)
- Demonstrates the need for collaboration in the field of science and knows how to work with others in a way that encourages the participation of all
- Exhibits additional initiative for research in the field of Biology, whether that is through pursuing an EE in a Biology related field, summer programs, internships or other research opportunities as they are available
- Displays a genuine commitment to the service of others
Ways to Contribute
A check payable to:
- Friends of Seoul Foreign School
(US tax receipt only) or,
- Seoul Foreign School
(Korean tax receipt only)
Tele-banking or wire transfer to Hana Bank:
*Please ensure that the name of the donor is displayed when transferring funds. Gifts made to this bank account are strictly for the Jack R. Moon Biology Scholarship.