HAFS Lacrosse: Keep Lax To The Max

Sungho Park ‘20 On May 27, the Lacrosse Kodiaks and the Lacrosse Strikers successfully completed the Korean National Lacrosse Competition, with the Strikers ranking first in the women’s division and the Kodiaks ranking second in the men’s. Seven schools participated in the men’s division. The Kodiaks played against Incheon Haneul High School, Gyeonggi Academy of…

Report: Private Tutoring Inside School

Inseo Yeo ‘20 Recently on HAFS Confession Page, tutoring inside school facilities incited huge controversies among students. They complained about and condemned the students who were taking private lessons inside school. “How can you possibly think that taking private lessons in school, which is run by all students’ money, is okay? I get it that…

Extreme Changes in the CSAT Policy

Do Hyun Kim ‘19 President Moon Jae-in, elected as the 19th president of Korea, announced that there will be dramatic changes in college admission system. One of his main education policy is changing the relative evaluation college scholastic aptitude test (수능) into an absolute evaluation system. Although the government is quite firm about its position,…