HIS in Numbers

“HIS is not merely a place to communicate and impart knowledge. HIS is a community of God where we love one another, share our dreams, and learn the meaning of unity. After more than 20 years of history, we continue with our mission of nurturing young people to expand God’s Kingdom.”

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Identity

HIS
Identity

Called, Cultivated &
Commissioned in Christ

HIS

People

HIS
People

We practice love as
teachers and Christians

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Admissions

HIS
Admissions

We invite you to
the HIS Community

Raising Agents for
God’s Kingdom

Elementary School

HIS elementary education seeks to lay the foundations so our students will grow to be lifelong learners. Our curriculum offers instruction in both English and Korean so students can grow to become global citizens, while also offering rich opportunities for students to participate in creative activities during class and after school clubs.

Middle & High School

In middle & high school, students take a deeper look into their identity. Elective courses and a variety of creative experiences allow them to discover their talents and ponder God’s calling for them in the world.

Residential Life

HIS students come from Korea and all over the world. Middle and high school students have the opportunity to experience the Handong community through living in the dormitories.

3 Reasons to Choose HIS

HIS has played an important role in forming children's self-identity, peer culture and right values.

HIS Parent, Soojin Shin

HIS’ affiliation with Handong University and it’s long history as an alternative school inspires trust in me.

HIS Parent, Kyung A Woo

I think one of the main differences about HIS is the community. In my previous school, I didn’t know all of the other students though I had attended for three years. At HIS, I know everyone, including upper and underclassmen, thanks to the community activities.

HIS student, Eunjin Ko

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