Co-Curricular

Our Co-Curricular Program

At ISB we believe that a strong co-curricular program, offering competitive and non-competitive sports, after-school activities (ASA), performing arts and service opportunities can, as part of the school’s overall curriculum, help prepare students to both enjoy and be successful in life. ISB activities stress hard work, leadership, camaraderie, sportsmanship and fair play, while promoting and fostering a desire to learn about, and learn from, the various co-curricular areas. We believe that co-curricular activities are an integral part of the overall curricular program. Every student should have the opportunity to become involved.

The success of our program is dependent upon the expertise and dedication of our coaches, directors, and sponsors; and the spirit and network of cooperation that links our sponsors with the ISB administration, parent community, and the fine ISB students themselves.

 

The Latest News

Posted 02/20/2017 04:20PM
What do you get when you combine drama, yoga, and the spirit of a warrior? The answer is the International School of Beijing's (ISB) inaugural Drama Yoga Festival.
Posted 02/10/2017 10:35AM
As a dual Olympian, International School of Beijing (ISB) swimming coach Conrad Francis competed at the elite level in the pool. Now, he is preparing to dive into a new challenge.
Posted 01/20/2017 09:53AM
The International School of Beijing (ISB) and Ruamrudee International School (RIS) in Bangkok have capped off a successful diaper drive through fun runs that raised a staggering $US16,000.
Posted 01/13/2017 11:38AM
Next week the curtain will raise on the One Act Festival, an annual tradition for thespians at the International School of Beijing (ISB) now in its 12th year. This year's festival features a lineup of 11 short plays representing a wide range of genres.
Posted 12/07/2016 03:42PM
An imperial prince's quest for love and a young maiden's journey of self-discovery lie at the heart of 'Once Upon a Hutong,' a middle school play staged at the International School of Beijing (ISB) from November 24 to 26.
Posted 11/29/2016 03:56PM
The International School of Beijing's (ISB) varsity boys' and girls' basketball teams were crowned champions of the 2016 Tim Callahan Great Wall Shoot-Out after dominating their finals on November 26.

Student Activities Office

Co-Curricular Program at ISB

Simon Parker, Director
Jason Cuthbert, Assistant Director

   Student Activities Office
   8149-2345 ext. 2053

The Activities Office's blog

Posted on 2017/04/20

The biggest and warmest of welcomes to Beijing for APAC Super Girls Soccer 2017 – this promises to be a fantastic weekend and we are really excited to get everything underway on Thursday morning. The whole ISB community has really come together to pull this weekend off and I extend my thanks to all those involved and hope you guys fully enjoy every minute of it!

This will be my 17th APAC Soccer event, and even though that makes me older than I care to think about, you never lose the anticipation and excitement that these tournaments bring. I know alumni who now have their own children who still follow the scores and live stream on the tournament websites, and that in itself is something very special. Of course there will be some fierce competition out on both fields, but we hope you will take a little time to renew old friendships and develop a few new ones, as well as bring your passion for the game of soccer and share that with our whole community.

And so here we go! Twelve teams all seeking to become the 22nd APAC Girls Soccer champions. Good luck to all of you and please do reach out at any time if there is anything you need to make your stay with us more enjoyable. Play well, enjoy the competition, and please take advantage of the wonderful opportunity that this week offers you, both on and off the field!

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