Welcome to the first revised, redesigned student-produced publication for Wells International School. The Seahawk Chronicles picks up where the Wells 85 magazine left off. After a hiatus of many months, the Wells International School publications class is proud to once again have a publication in circulation.
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Ms. Cecilia Jimenez, a human rights advocate, spoke about the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights to Wells students in the Issues in Society class, directly tying to the school’s service projects.
Teaching demonstration days at our kindergarten campuses offer insight into the Wells philosophy and how it aligns to the natural cognitive, emotional, physical and social development of young children.
Grade 4 and 5 students from Wells International School’s Thong Lor and On Nut Campuses joined forces to power into first place in the World Math Day competition on March 1st, beating out over 10,000 other schools around the world in their age category.
Current Wells seniors Pailin Teerarochanapong and Methaporn Supa-Anan reflect on their study abroad experiences in the United States during the 2009-2010 school year.