Investigative Series: Journalist Aaron X. researches a topic that affects most readers--lack of sleep and attention span.
Investigative Series: Journalist Jessie S. delves deep into grading standards and equity in this article.
Investigative Series: Journalist Ellie W. tackles the issue of apathy and offers solutions to beating the problem.
Investigative Series: A.L. Journalist Raymond C. speaks to Concordia director of operations Jon Baermann about the myth of surveillance cameras in the classrooms.
Investigative Series: A.L Journalist Geon K. reminisces about the good old days of food delivery to campus and speaks with Administration to understand the decision of "no more boba."
Applied Learning Journalist Ellie W. highlights the 2021 Choir and Orchestra APAC Music Festival experience.
Who better to take advice from than your peers? A.L. Journalist Michael J. interviews three Seniors about college apps.
The Concordia Community abounds with service spirit and AL Journalist Marysue interviews two of these outstanding individuals.
AL Journalist Jesse S. delves into dealing with end-of-year stress in this interview with staff and students.
Ms. Rubiano's grade 2 students have been taking action by creating messages about peace for people in Shanghai. During the weeks of lockdown, it has been challenging for people to feel peace, and the grade 2 students want to make an impact. Check out their stories!
Check out this year's AL Journalism Film Festival!
High school students in Applied Business and Finance engage in real-world marketing challenge with local company Loop Swim.
Kids 4 Kids and Community achieves four goals to spread appreciation and gratitude through the Concordia community (in one semester!).
High School Global Development Studies students review books and make suggestions to the community.
Journalist Aiyan L., was curious about why Concordia's own Mr. Paulson became a social studies teacher.
Journalist Katia B. chats with psychology enthusiast Anita F. about her thoughts on the interactions between social media and the mental health of Concordia students.
Theatre enthusiast and Journalist Katia B. investigates the perception that theatre popularity is waning among hard-working students at Concordia.
Before leaving for college, Journalist Katia B. wanted to deepen a relationship with someone she's seen for years.
They're from different countries but they have one thing in common: mandatory military service (image: Singapore Armed Forces)
Journalist Allison C. discusses the reality of mandatory military service with Singaporean student Aidan T.
Thrifting and up cycling clothes: learn more from the Shanghai Styles crew about how to make more sustainable clothing decisions.
Members of the HS Lily Project are working to destigmatize menstruation while also opening dialogue about sustainable period solutions and ways to end period poverty.
HS GIN students continue growing a sustainable composting project with local farm partners.
GIN Amity members advocate for human rights and inspire high school peers.
How can we reduce plastic consumption to live more sustainably? This is something that the GIN Bye Bye Plastic Bags group members think about a lot. Check out this creative video from a recent challenge that the BBPB group created for themselves.
Motivated GIN students gather for Saturday workshop to pair active global citizenship with storytelling.
A live nativity scene, a talented choir and other assorted musical performers gathered in front of Concordia's stunning tree to celebrate the Christmas season.
The PSO Christmas Bazaar, Concordia's annual tradition, continues to bring joy through community connection. (image: Henie Z., Student Media Services)
As the entire high school student body gathered on the field for the Homecoming 2020 assembly, evidence of our pride and purpose was everywhere. (Image: Alisa Z., SMS United Herald)
Attendees of the high school Spirit Week assembly met the new bird in town. Curious to know about the history of Blaze? See this feature. (Image: Alisa Z., SMS United Herald)
CISSMUN XI brings together over 1100 participants from around the globe (image: Claire C., Concordia Applied Journalism)
Concordia students were recently treated to insights from visiting Alum
The recent Pep Rally focused Concordia school spirit on a Phoenix Friday of epic proportions. (image: Claire C., Concordia Applied Journalism) See a larger gallery of images here.
High School photography students, including Calvin O., coached 3rd Grade students in effective photography strategies recently.
Dr. Christopher Aspaas was APAC's guest conductor at their regional Choir event last weekend. (Alisa Z., SMS)
Journalist Aiyan L. probes the thinking behind students' personal fashion choices.
Journalist Alex G. brings us the story behind the Tri-M Music Honor Society's annual auditioned talent event.
Our walls are about to get some new artistic bling. Journalist Aiyan L. finds out how.
Journalist Nic H. asked Concordia Theatre Director Chad Doering about his thinking behind the selection of the recent romantic comedy "Almost Maine".
Concordia Journalist Rachel D. travels to Changshu to bring us thought-provoking stories of two artists
Journalist Claire C. shares what she learned when she interviewed several students at a top college for art and design
AP Literature student Alan D reflects on how The Poisonwood Bible has impacted his learning journey.
Is it really worth it to drop everything at hand and simply open a book? Writers like Henie think so.
Creative stars align to extend writing opportunities
Three Concordia students exchange thoughts with visionary and library founder Janice Ghil