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    Posted Aug 23, 2015, 2:53 AM by IBSH PTA
  • an online tutoring / camps
    Below from Mr. Dreyer:

    From 1992-1997 I taught 9th grade world geography and served as foreign student college adviser/guidance counselor at the NEHS Bilingual School, the "earlier-version" of IBSH, and understand the high standards of the community.

    Now, from the US, my professional, committed team of teachers delivers high-quality English instruction and a "pipeline to America" via the Internet. We are excited to offer a summer slate of courses on July 7, and wanted to share this exciting information with as many IBSH families as possible, so we can help as many people as possible. We help students with vocabulary, writing, reading comprehension, SAT prep, and overall "keeping in touch with daily life in America."

    In particular, many parents say "we need extra help with writing."

    This summer we are DELIGHTED to host a MIDDLE SCHOOL WRITING BOOT CAMP, July 7-Aug. 14. The class is small, and only 4 spots are left.  Details are below, plus the link to the class description page. We offer small group classes plus 1 on 1 English coaching during the summer and school year. 

    Schedule: M-Tue-Wed-Thur. 8:00-9:50pm

    Dates: 7/7-8/14 2014

    Program Description: This six-week intensive program, based upon the proven principles from the Institute for Excellence in Writing, helps middle school students develop the skills to become effective writers who can handle a variety of writing tasks, such as persuasive, descriptive, narrative, and others. Special attention will focus on helping students organize their thoughts and essays, choose the right word, use correct grammar, cut clutter, and be crystal clear. During the 24 sessions, students will receive direct writing and vocabulary instruction, be assigned writing assignments to do at home, and receive real-time, individualized feedback in class to become master writers.

    Program Objectives: Upon completion of this program, the students will:

    • Understand the key principles from The Institute for Excellence in Writing and know how to apply them to their own writing
    • Read the classic novel The Man Who Moved a Mountain, about a man who changed his whole 1920's community in Southwest Virginia for the better. As an added bonus, our class is coming to you from the mountains of Southwest Virginia, so students can gain valuable insights into local history.
    • Have experience discussing and writing about a social history book in an academic setting
    • Improve their overall writing, grammar, voice, and vocabulary skills
    • Gain greater confidence to face high school and college-level writing tasks

    Program Highlights:

    • Incorporate Literature, History, and Writing by reading The Man Who Moved a Mountain
    • Small Class Sizes (6 students maximum)
    • Individualized attention that focuses on the student’s needs
    • Guaranteed Instructional Quality: all classes taught by experienced, veteran teachers who are NATIVE SPEAKERS of American English
    • Extra Bonus Help Sessionswith Mr. Dreyer

    Investment: US$670/NT$19,900

     Learn more at:

    NEHS Principal Huang shares how our online classes are helpful:

    Please let us know how we can help you.

    Feel free to email me at

    Scott Dreyer

    Posted Jun 25, 2014, 7:56 AM by IBSH PTA
  • SunCamp Winter camp registration starts 12/25/2013








    Posted Dec 24, 2013, 5:07 AM by IBSH PTA
  • 2013 Annual PTA Fundraiser 年度家長會募款

    Posted Dec 11, 2013, 4:58 AM by IBSH PTA
  • IBSH PTA sponsored New Teacher Hosting Program
    Each year, there are new teachers joining the IBSH teaching force. Our parents have been the welcome wagon to help host the new teachers and assist in their transition to Taiwan.  This year, PTA has further formalized the hosting process, making the summer event not only a more enjoyable occasion for the new additions to the IBSH community but also a better planed process to the hosting parents. 

    To further assist in making the transition a more pleasant one for new teachers and new families alike, PTA has put together a "survival guide" to help the new comers settle in their lives around IBSH and the Science Park. Please open the most recently updated information package, where you can find pretty much everything from opening bank accounts, visiting hospital, to bus routes that take you to various destinations, and much more. 

    Posted Jun 24, 2014, 7:27 AM by IBSH PTA
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