Residential Life

 As part of the residential program, we advocate for: Taking care of ourselves, taking care of each other, taking care of our space and HAVING FUN!

       The Residential Life Program develops and enhances these skills by assisting students in becoming responsible, independent, respectful, well balanced contributors to a global society.

         Being a part of the residential program, means believing in yourself, being kind to each other, developing and practicing life skills and engaging with new cultures.  Students are highly encouraged to get involved with the wide variety of experiences offered as part of our boarding program.

APIS is an international community where English is the common language.  Residential students who are new to the language have the added experience of immersion in an English speaking environment as well as additional academic support.


There are three residences:


Sakthong House, where we aim to create a safe and happy environment where children

feel free to explore their world and learn skills that will help them all their lives. These skills include looking after themselves, making friends, solving problems, learning to contribute and accepting responsibility. We encourage the children to see the world as an exciting place, full of interesting people and ideas.

 

Odden and Bundarik Halls are homes for grade 8 to 12 students. Separate residences for girls and boys. Here students can not only focus on their studies but also develop the skills they will need for life beyond traditional schooling. Communication, problem solving, creativity, flexibility and collaboration. As they interact with the other students and participate in a wide range of activities they will leave APIS residential program ready to join the global community.

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 Living at APIS: Elementary
 Living at APIS: Middle
 Living at APIS: Seniors

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

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