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Every Wednesday, the fifth and sixth grade boys from Instilling Goodness Elementary School would visit the local food bank to help distribute the food to the homeless and needy community.
Dialog with a group of kind people from ServiceSpace opens up memories of kind acts, keeping alive this inherent goodness that is never destroyed.
Meet one of our new students, Ziyang, who volunteers to cook every Friday. — We are living in unfortunate times, the world has temptations so strong that people are lost in money and dizzy over profit. As science advances by the day, people have forgotten the essentials. During […]
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“Make our school a better place, or all our time will go to waste.”
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Engulfed by the deafening silence, the odorless fragrance of mountain air penetrates through your nostrils. A glittering lake in the horizon welcomes you with its open arms. Occasionally, the honking of geese or the chattering of your friends breaks the almost insurmountable tranquility, while you finally breathe a sigh of relaxation. The goal of this annual retreat is to show the next generation of leaders that they are capable of much more than they realize.
by Brandy Quach (Class of 2018) This school year was filled with many memories and experiences. From acts of service and fun bonding moments, the students of IGDVGS traversed the year with their usual passion and joy. FALL 2017 After the Peace Walk, students gathered in the […]
by Amy Liu (Class of 2023) Usually, people think of history lessons as boring and the perfect time for a nap. But here at DVGS, things are a bit different. On February 28, 2018, the high school World History class joined the junior high for an Indian culture […]
by Siyan Chan (Class of 2021) It was the last day of March that also marked the end of Spring Break, and four students from Developing Virtues Girls School (DVGS) decided to make this last day a meaningful one. As they hopped onto the van and headed off, […]
by: Nuoyan Wang (Class of 2021) + Gino Ackley (Class of 2020) An Honoring Elders event occurred on October 22, at the Gold Mountain Monastery in Chinatown San Francisco. With a large crowd of elders attending from the communities nearby, the boys school performed an indoor lion dance and drumming routine.