Our mid-semester break commences at 1.00pm on Friday, 22 March. Students will return to hostels by 5.00pm on Sunday, 31 March.
- Please note that this semester’s break does not coincide with Easter, which is closer to the start of the formal external examination period. Students and staff will commence the Easter long weekend from 4.30pm on Thursday, 18 April, and return by 5.00pm on Monday, 22 April.
Community Project Update – You Smile, I Smile
The Community Project is spreading smiles this era. This group Brenda, Shirley and Annalisa will do this through the donation of collected clothes. We are still collecting old clothes from students, staff and the TIS community. For donations kindly contact supervisor, Ms. Abigail on +233 543936488. Thank you in advance.
Expression & Science Fair, 2019
TIS just celebrated its 15 Anniversary. We keep reflecting on our journey and inspiring new directions with a variety of initiatives towards making a difference in our community. Join us to Explore, Experience and enjoy.
What can we do to create a sustainable community? Join TIS learners as they explore sustainable solutions for a better world.
This event is a great opportunity to show case our student’s talents in music, visual arts, drama, theatre and Service projects.
Parents are invited, bring family and friends to witness the great projects of our students. Note that the exhibition will open at 10 am, the performances will start at 2:00pm. It is a day of discovery, exploration and a lot of fun.
There are many great things to look forward for:
- Product Design, Visual Art Exhibitions by G 7 & 8.
- CAS and Community Projects
- Art exhibition – G 10 and G 12
- After School Activities exhibition
Invite your family and friends. There will be food and beverage on sale.
All proceeds go towards Community Service Projects.
We look forward to seeing you. Join in this celebration of our Expression!
Date: 16 March
Venue: Gate 2, Administration car park
Time: Gates open at 10:00 am till 5:00pm.
Flight #7 will land in TIS, as part of Expression & Science Fair, 2019.
“Flight #7 is a recycled airplane art piece, and one of its kind! It started from a mysterious airplane which led to the Contemporary Artist and Sculptor, Nana Anoff, to intervene and preserve the vintage Challenger 600.
Every single detail, design, installation, drawing in every corner of the airplane exteriors and interiors is entirely recycled and bespoke. You will be awestruck to see such an innovative and creative art piece.
The artist, Nana Anoff, in collaboration with Ms. Rania Odaymat (Art Curator and Jewelry Artist) and The Beyond Collective have facilitated the moving of Flight #7 to our campus, where it will be for the next couple of months.” https://www.aris.edu.gh/news/2018-october-flight-7-has-landed
See you on Saturday