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BAIS Buzz, June 7th, 2024

Congratulations to our Graduating Class of 2024!

Today, we gather to celebrate your remarkable achievements and the wealth of knowledge you’ve gained. Each one of you has made us incredibly proud, and we eagerly anticipate hearing about your future endeavors and welcoming you back for visits. As you embark on this new chapter, we pray that God’s presence surrounds you, bringing peace and guidance to your journey ahead.

AP Exam Score Release Date

Scores will also be available to all students on the student AP scores website starting on Monday, July 8.

Students have until June 20 to send one free score report to the college, university, or scholarship organization of their choice. Share these instructions with your students on how to use their free score send.

Here’s how taking AP Exams benefits students:

  • AP Exams help students stand out, no matter the score.
  • More colleges than ever before are accepting AP Exam scores for placement and credit.
  • Nearly all colleges offer credit for the most popular AP courses.
  • 3 out of 4 AP students who enrolled in a four-year college started school with some AP credit.


If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Hall.

Important Dates


Secondary SLC


Kindergarten Graduation


All School Field Day


MS/HS Exams


Secondary and Elementary Award Ceremony


Class Parties/Last Day of School

Important Links

From the School Kitchen

Dear parents & students,

Next week we will begin our kitchen inventory. We need all the spoons, forks, and containers that have been borrowed or taken home to be brought back to our kitchen this week.  Please remember that the red/blue round or square plastic box/container is what we use to serve lunch for students/staff. We have also had many spoons go missing during the year. If you accidentally took any of these items home, please bring them back. Thank you!

Summer Holiday Ideas

Hello BAIS community!  We made it through another year, full of wonderful things and persevering through difficult things.  As we have the last few years, we have created another “BAIS Break Suggestions document for you to peruse in case you want ideas and inspiration for individual and family activities this extended break.  We pray you have a restful and refreshing time filled with the love of God!

Ms. Martin


Harvard Program

Tunas Muda School is hosting the 3-day In-person HPAIR Youth Entrepreneurship Program by the Harvard College Project for Asian & International Relations and Jakarta Intercultural School is hosting the In-person HMCSF Young Leadership Program by the Harvard Model Congress San Francisco. 

To get a glimpse of our past In-person programs, click here.