Yes. But these two additional years will equip you with skills that will better prepare you for the future, whether it be; Kolehiyo, Trabaho or Negosyo!
Dr. Jamie Seymour, an Australian toxicologist, visited Reedley International School to discuss career opportunities in Science to Senior High School students. The talk was held last August 17, 2017 at the Lee Kuan Yew Hall and was attended by all SHS 11 and SHS 12 students.
Based in Cairns, Northern Australia, Dr. Jamie Seymour or the "Jelly Dude from Nemo Land" is an Associate Professor at James Cook University where he designs and teaches courses dealing with venomous and dangerous animals. With over 20 years of academic research under his belt, Dr. Seymour has been successfully involved in programs designed to decrease the envenomings of humans by jellyfish in countries like Australia, Thailand and Hawaii. This, alongside a number of his researches, led to the use of venoms in the pharmaceutical trade and developed strong research links with companies allover the world.
During the talk, he discussed the different career opportunities one can pursue in the field of Science. "The world of Science is so diverse that there are so many things we are yet to discover," he mentioned in his talk. He explained how taking Science fields like Marine Science, Marine Biology, Zoology, and Veterinary Science can be beneficial not just for the students but also for the environment.
Read more about it here: http://www.reedleyreeder.com/2017/08/dr-jamie-seymour-discusses-science.html
Last March 4, 2016, Reedley International School was awarded by Character Education Partnership, Philippines the PROMISING PRACTICES AWARD. Our Headmaster, Mr. Jerome Castro, received a plaque of recognition during the INTERNATIONAL EDUCATORS CONFERENCE 2016 held at the University of Asia and the Pacific. Noted 2005 McDonnel Lifetime Achievement Awardee for his work in character education and best-selling author of “Life’s Greatest Lessons”, Dr. Hal Urban, presented the plaque to Mr. Castro.
The Promising Practices Award recognizes “what’s going well in schools in the Philippines. The program is simple in scope and recognizes many wonderful ideas from passionate teachers who are making a real difference in the lives of their students. This is an opportunity to celebrate specific, unique, and fresh ideas in character education.”
Four of the school’s program were recognized as Promising Practices, namely Lower School’s BE A FABULOUS FRIEND, Middle School’s THE GIVING TREE, Junior High School’s GAWAD KALINGA PARTNERSHIP, and Senior High School’s CREATE.BECOME.ADVOCATE.
Read more about it here: https://reedleyschool.edu.ph/blog/reedley-receives-international-character-education-award/
Antipolo, Rizal — Senior High School students of Reedley International School conducted “Kintsugi: An Anti-Bullying Campaign” that centers around the concept of healing and understanding.
Lead by SHS 11 – ABM, various Senior High School and Upper School students facilitated modules on self-worth, what to do when you encounter bullying and what it takes to have a bully-free community to students of Antipolo Integrated School in Rizal Province.
Read more about it here: https://reedleyschool.edu.ph/blog/reedley-senior-high-school-students-pay-it-forward-through-create-become-advocate/
We are now accepting applicants for Admissions SY 2018-19 and you are invited to our Open House!
Learn more about Reedley as our Headmaster and Founding Directress talk about our programs and curriculum for SY 2018-2019.
Please confirm your attendance by calling or sending us a message at 9259472/ 09175079306.
Venue will be at Reedley's Lee Kuan Yew Hall in J. Cruz St. Brgy. Ugong, Pasig City.
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