Greetings from KIS! As you’ll see as you browse through this newsletter, it’s been a busy semester here at school. So busy that our newsletter is a little late: Please accept our apologies! The highlights for me this semester include working with many wonderful new staff from all over the world, including senior management team members, teachers, and volunteers, and becoming acquainted with a diverse group of new KIS students as well. I never fail to be amazed at how the KIS community continues to grow and thrive while at the same time maintaining a sense of identity that is as recognizable to alumni from the past just as much as the present.
Another highlight this semester is the blessing we’ve received in the form of a new organ for the school chapel, made possible by gifts from many of you through Kodai Friends International. The organ is surely acclimatizing to its new home, and has already blessed our worship services in so many ways. Thank you, Alumni, for your support—and continued support—in bringing this dramatic instrument to KIS.