Part of the XIS woodshop curriculum is Occupational Character Development (OCD) where woodworking knowledge and skills are used to also develop character traits needed to thrive in the working world. One example is tree growth rings. Lighter, wider rings indicate a good growing season with sufficient rain. Latewood, darker and thinner rings, is formed during…
XIS is hosting a Science Fair on May 20th. We need your help to make it great! We ask if you would help our Prize Stores by providing school supplies or treats.
During this difficult season, we want to especially thank our city’s government officials and health workers. We at XIS fully support each and every policy that is focused on making our city safe again.
In this episode we will discuss the topic of friendship with Sarah. Sarah and her husband, Nic, along with their three daughters, live in southwest China.
Can’t wait to see you there!
This conversation is with Niu Laoshi (Teacher Niu). Niu laoshi is the lead teacher of the Chinese language department at a K-12 international school in China.
STEAM has just completed building their 3D printer and after several days of troubleshooting the setup and some small electrical issues they have completed their first print. The simple pawn was designed on the Tinkercad online. Great job Abraham and Joseph! http://video.xischool.com/3DPrint.mp4
If you would like to reserve a space and/or rent a table for the XIS Warrior Sale, Carnival, or Food Court please submit your information in this form. Reserve a Space
Recently our principal Miss Brittainy Harris and our superintendent Mr. Paul Wendler were interviewed by William D. Parker of Principal Matters: The School Leader’s Podcast. Check out what they had to say!
Dear XIS community, We are excited to announce that Thursday, April 22nd, from 1:00-3:00pm XIS will be hosting our Math Fair in the XIS gymnasium! We will have math questions and challenges from all grade levels and a competition for staff, students, AND parents! Everyone is welcome to join us and compete to win prizes.…
Earth Science Climates In Earth science this month students learned about climate zones on Earth. The students were excited to make dioramas to help each other visualize the basic climate zones and where they can be found. Each group presented their diorama and gave us unique facts about their zone and some places on Earth…
Xi’an Community Soccer TournamentWhat a great tournament everyone! The weather was perfect and the games amazing. We hope that everyone had a good time and can’t wait to see you again next year for elementary soccer.
In a show of what some may call true grit and determination, XIS Varsity Volleyball returned to the court for their final games of the evening and defeated the XIS Adults! XIS Blue won their second match 15-13 with XIS Yellow sealing their victory with a score of 15-9!
Thank you for considering XIS for your child’s education. At XIS, we highly value both academic excellence as well as high moral education. In our English only environment, we see evidence of the confidence your child gains not only in class, but also in developing social skills with international friends. Daily Chinese class also enables…
Elementary Soccer What a great start to the elementary soccer season. XIS you are going to do great!
Wonderful meeting today in preparation of beginning the 2020-21 school year!
Varsity Basketball Final XIS 18 XLIS 29 So proud of our Warriors and their fighting spirit! Thank you XLIS for a great game! #WeAreXIS
XIS is getting ready for the holidays. Here are some students baking some sugar cookies for STEM club.
In STEM club the past few weeks we have been building bridges and learning about structural engineering. The students used balsa wood and glue to create structures that will try and support as much weight as possible. The bridges held 13.5, 14.5, and 21 kg!! of weight during the crushing. Great Job teams!
In STEM we are building bridges. Literally! Soon. We will see how much weight they can hold. All this to learn a little about structural engineering.