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Students are expected to meet the challenge of a tough academic regime and are given great support through frequent advising and daily opportunities to see teachers during the tutorial periods. The school doesn't look like a real school, rather the...

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TASIS The American School in England offers a challenging university-preparatory curriculum, including the International Baccalaureate Diploma, to day (ages 3-18) and boarding (ages 14-18) students on its spacious campus. Small classes and a dedicated, experienced faculty provide individualised attention and an outstanding environment for learning. Graduates go on to excellent universities in the US, the UK, and worldwide.

While academics are emphasised, a comprehensive athletics programme, extracurricular activities, community service, and cultural excursions ensure a balanced education. Taking advantage of the opportunities that England and Europe offer as extensions to classroom learning, students enjoy numerous field trips, weekend activities, and travel abroad. Committed to providing the very best educational experience, TASIS England has excellent facilities for theatre, visual arts, music, sports, fitness, and technology.
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Students are expected to meet the challenge of a tough academic regime and are given great support through frequent advising and daily opportunities to see teachers during the tutorial periods. The school doesn't look like a real school, rather the school you always imagined. The 33-year-old campus is an enchanting jumble of...

Head of School

Since July 2015, Dr Mindy Hong, previously assistant head at Baldwin School in Bryn Mawr, Pennysylvania. BA in English from Columbia University, MA in English lit from New York University, MEd from Harvard and a DEd in educational leadership from Pennsylvania University. Got a Mellon Fellowship at Harvard for graduate work on neuro-cognitive research and its relation to academic achievement. Has worked in both state and independent schools and been an adjunct professor at two universities.

Married with two daughters, one of...

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