BWYA’s Future Business Leaders

Three BWYA students will soon be going to America, representing BWYA at the Future Business Leaders of America World Finals, having placed second out of the hundreds of entrants at the Chinese FBLA National Finals. We recently caught up with Leah Park, Wendy Fan, and Jessica Xu to learn about their experience so far! About […]

Moving Forward Together

School is the cradle of a child’s growth, and family is the lifelong classroom; as such, we all know that a student’s development is fully reliant on the efforts of both parties. To this end, the BWYA Parent Teacher Association(PTA) acts as a bridge between parents and school, organizing many activities. This year they held […]

ACAMIS Service Learning Grant

For two years in a row, BWYA students have won the prestigious ACAMIS Service Learning Grant. This year, from amongst the many applicants BWYA DP1 students, Candy Li and Bella Dong, stood out for their leadership, innovation, and contributions to the community, with their Migrant Children Foundation proposal. The Service Learning Grant recognises students who have designed […]

Reaping the Personal Project Fruits

This Tuesday afternoon, 26th February, the BWYA secondary school celebrated the culmination of all of our Grade 10 students’ hard work on their personal projects (PP) at the Personal Project Exhibition. The IB Middle Years Programme focuses on ‘learning how to learn’ through the development of communication, collaboration, organization, self-management, research, and many many more skills, […]

BWYA at THIMUN – Student Post

BWYA at THIMUN Photos and content by Cherry Yan, Grade 10 Between November 19th and the 23rd, the BWYA Model United Nations Club participated in the 14th Annual Session of THIMUN Singapore held at Hwa Chong Institution. Participants came from Grades 9 to DP1, took part in a full range of committees, and took varying […]

BWYA at the United Nations!

BWYA at the United Nations! Last week (19th to 23rd November), a delegation of BWYA students travelled to Singapore to attend the annual The Hague International Model United Nations conference (THIMUN). This year, participating with students from over 50 international schools around the world in the debates and activities, BWYA sent 26 delegates – our […]