Korea Foreign School: Creating a Global Community through Study and Leadership
Korea Foreign School fosters a challenging academic environment that promotes critical thinking skills and inclusivity for their students from elementary to high school, grades 1 through 6. The foundation of their curriculum rests on the highly accredited Common Core State Standards (CCSS), the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS), and the National Standards for Social Studies. Rainbow International School is also a proud candidate of the International Baccalaureate (IB) PYP program as their qualified faculty continues to strive for a well-rounded education in high excellence.
Korea Foreign School stress character and leadership development by providing their students with opportunities to take charge and lead through example. Student council, a group of elected students that lead the middle and high school student bodies, is one such opportunity available for leadership development. Field trips can also be a chance for leadership development in addition to honing necessary skills outside of the classroom walls.
After School Activities
Students at Korea Foreign School must also participate in the After School Activities (ASA) program, which provides a needed balance between the academic and non-academic. The teachers in charge of this program have dedicated themselves to expanding this program so that it complements both the students interests and the academic curriculum at Korea Foreign School.
The school works diligently to furnish all their students with the skills and resources they need. Certified teachers, special education coordinators, and homeroom teachers work together to help learners with special education needs by creating a personalized Individual Education Plan (IEP). Korea Foreign School provides support both in and outside of the classroom.
Additionally, Korea Foreign School implements several services to ensure the smooth running of all school programs and daily school life: Health services including a nurse certified both in Korea and the United States, food services for a nutritious and well-rounded diet, and transportation services. The school also has a uniform policy to help promote the integration of the student body in addition to instilling a sense of pride in their school community.
Tel: 02 571 2917
Address: Yangjae 1-dong, Seocho-gu, Seoul.