Students realize their potential and nurture their unique talents outside of the classroom through our Creativity, Action, Service and Enrichment (C.A.S.E.) activities. A wide range of opportunities complement the academic curriculum and enrich the lives of students by strengthening their creative thinking, problem solving, creative judgment, aesthetic sense, physical development, social interaction and leadership skills.

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The Arts are an integral and crucial element in nurturing creativity and the advancement of cognitive function. We provide a rich offering of visual and performing arts experiences for students in Junior Kindergarten through Grade 12. Students develop artistic skills and creative expression through music, dance and drama opportunities.

Activities and ensembles include:

  • Ballet
  • Korean Calligraphy
  • Korean Drumming
  • Photography
  • Studio Art and Design
  • Digital Story Telling
  • Theatrical Productions
  • Symphony Orchestra
  • Two Intermediate Orchestras
  • String Academy
  • Stage Band
  • Barbershop Chorus
  • Choir and Vocal Academy

The Performing Arts Center consists of:

  • Acoustically Sophisticated Auditorium
  • Spacious Classrooms
  • Practice Rooms
  • Large Recital Room
  • Black Box Theatres
  • TV Studio
  • Audio Recording Studio
  • Dance Studio

Branksome Hall Asia student musicians work with a team of professional visiting music teachers, including opera singers, guitarists and songwriters, concert cellists, pianists, percussion and wind Symphony Orchestra members. We strongly encourage girls to play brass instruments to share the stage as brass soloists. Our most advanced players and singers are trained to audition for the prestigious Annual Senior School Honor Strings, Wind and Choir Ensembles.


Our Athletics Department affirms the development of the intellectual and physical potential of each student through a comprehensive athletic program.

Student athletes become:

  • The best they can be at every developmental level
  • True team players
  • Collaborators to achieve a common goal

Responsible citizenship is encouraged and nurtured in our students through:

  • Discovery and display of physical potential to build confidence, resilience, discipline and leadership
  • Time management and concentration in physical development, which are positively linked with academic achievements.

Athletic experiences are provided through our co-curricular and sport academy programs. Students compete in local and national leagues throughout the year.

We offer clubs and academies in:

  • Badminton
  • Volleyball
  • Tennis
  • Basketball
  • Soccer
  • Golf
  • Swimming
  • Cross Country
  • Track and Field
  • Equestrian

Branksome Hall Asia students have full access to state-of-the-art facilities designed to create a world-class educational environment.

Some of our facilities include:

  • A Purpose-built 50m Olympic Swimming Pool
  • A Golf Driving Range and Putting Green
  • Tennis Courts
  • A Soccer Pitch
  • A Wellness Center
  • Hockey Field


At Branksome Hall Asia we ‘challenge and inspire girls to love learning and to shape a better world’ and believe that this is achieved through service in our local, national, and global communities. Our signature Service Learning program educates students about effective and meaningful service. Our student-led service initiatives and projects are encouraged and supported through supervision by staff who are passionate about helping the communities we support.

The various clubs and activities offered are:

  • Animal Rights and Protection
  • Councils
  • Environmental Protection
  • Health and Medical Awareness
  • International Service Trips
  • Local Community Initiatives
  • Music In Hospitals
  • Peer Mentoring
  • Red Cross Youth
  • Sustainable Development
  • Tutoring in the local community
  • UN Girl Up
  • UNESCO and Human Rights
  • Women’s Empowerment
  • World Hunger


We challenge our students to develop new skills, to learn more about themselves, and to make a difference in the communities in which they live and learn.

This focus and encouragement towards a holistic education is delivered through various clubs and activities (outside of the classroom) and grade-specific advisory activities (inside the classroom) under the following programs:

Experiential learning:
Our classrooms are a foundation for learning giving our students tools to build on. Hands-on learning experiences outside of the classroom solidify the concepts that have been taught in the classroom.

Active engagement:
Students are given the means to enhance social interaction, leadership and self confidence.

  • Chess
  • Global Science
  • Healing Art
  • Math Competition
  • Math Support
  • Parallel Reading
  • Public Speaking
  • Writer’s Workshop
  • World Languages

Find out more

News article about Paradigm

Please click here to read what our girls have done for Women's right through the following article.

Newspaper article on Forget-me-not

We would like to celebrate the attached Korean newspaper article about "Thank you, for helping me", a story book written and illustrated by FORGET-ME-NOT, an extraordinary CASE team initiated by our students in 2014.
The article talks about how the team was formed and the book published, and that this is a very good example of 'Making Caring Common', a project initiated by the Harvard Graduate School of Education with the goal of nurturing 'Caring' dispositions in students . She further talks about how Korean University Entrance processes should also move toward this direction.
The books are on sale in the school shop (Open every Thursday 3~4pm).
All the proceeds will go to raising awareness and supporting campaigns and donations for the victims of this sad history.

See the attached Korean Newspaper article (DongAh Newspaper)

The Branksome Hall Asia Empty Bowl event

2017 Branksome Hall Asia Empty Bowl event is back.
By making a bowl and sharing a home cooked meal, the Branksome Hall Asia community can make a meaningful contribution to ensuring that no one in our local community goes hungry.

Baikgoo Hwangoo, an animal welfare club

Baikgoo Hwangoo, an animal welfare club, is led by our Grade 11 Seokyoung Yang and Jung Kim to help stray animals to go through cold winter. They made first video about Mrs.Gasparini rescuing a dog from dog meat market.
Hope, this can raise animal rights within Branksome Hall Asia community.

The Branksome Hall Asia Ejaad Service Learning Club

The Branksome Hall Asia Ejaad Service Learning Club works in partnership with a group of women in Afghanistan who create beautifully hand-stitched purses and bags. On Thursday 19th, they held a sale in the Middle School Pod to raise money for the women of Ejaad in Afghanistan and the purchase of more materials. Well done to the fabulous girls who organized the event and to all who came to support us.