May 2016

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8th Grade Recognition

Enjoy some pictures from today’s 8th Grade Recognition! Congrats, Class of 2020! You did it!

Science Festival, Spring, 2016

  Science Festival For the first time in my 11 years in Morrison, I have never seen a student-held science fair. Hosted by Chia-Ching Huang and his family, the science fair taught kids from Kindergarten all the way to 8th grade about things ranging from cell organelles and their functions, to liquid nitrogen and its ability […]

Morrison Academy 2016 Senior Flea Market

Seniors are wrapping up the year, and preparing to move out and and embark on their next adventure. One of the last events held by this year’s Senior class was last Saturday: the Senior flea market. Products included premium items such as an Iphone 6, PS4, cookware, cupcakes, screens, and many other exciting items. In […]

New Pool Opening

The Grand Opening of Morrison’s Pool-   Morrison Academy has officially opened the pool, with a grand opening party on April 11th, 2016  in which many teachers, parents, students, and families attended. Ice cream and other sweets were served as many children took the first swim in the new pool. The new pool is beautifully […]

2016, Morrison Spring Musical: State Fair

State Fair Musical – Picture Credits: Erika Chen and Tina Wang   Morrison students had once again put on a spectacular play that awed the audience as to how much talent was in the students. Not only was the talent in the students on stage, but the talent was also in the students involved in makeup […]

Junior Senior Banquet: ~The Future Awakens~

The JSB was held  at the Tempus Hotel Taichung.  The theme:”The Future Awakens”, this year’s theme is take on “Star Wars: The Force Awakens”. Junior Senior Banquets are to recognize the seniors leaving every year, and is a banquet put on by the juniors. The night started off with a light-saber battle among Obi One Jacobi (Ryan […]

Class of 2016 Chalking

  At most other schools, chalking (in other words, coloring the school campus) would be inexcusable. However, at Morrison, Chalk Day has long been a tradition that the Senior Class is expected to follow. In preparation o f this monumental event, Seniors spent three days’ worth of free periods, afternoons, and mornings to create and […]