A. We have many activities available. Dorm students are required to participate in the school's After School Activities (ASA) program, which consists of many teachers designed activities such as athletics, Model UN, Debate, Student Council, cooking classes, and more. In addition, we have regular weekend activities that include access to the school's athletic facilities, local hikes and bike rides, visits to Jeju museums and other cultural and historical landmarks, speakers, and more. Teachers from the school each plan 1-2 activities per semester and proctors plan many activities as well, often with student input.
In addition to these activities, in the dorms we have an Art Room, a Builders' Space with woodworking, small motors, and other creative opportunities, and we are in the process of adding a Clay Room for students to do stop motion animation, build, or sculpt with clay. We also have a pool table, billiards table, ping pong and foosball tables, 8 lounges with access to watch movies, karaoke rooms, and a small 1300 volume library in the dormitories. With access to our activities program, these facilities, as well as a track and field right outside the front doors to the dorms, students are never lacking for good activities to do.