Happy Holidays

“Thank you for the food before us, the family beside us, and the love between us”                – Unknown


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Celebrating Family

On November 20, 2018 the residential program set aside time to bond as  individual dorm families. The Midkiff, Murphy, and Adams Dorm all set out in different directions for an evening full of fun memories.

Photo Credits: Dorm Staff

Dorm Spiritual Retreat ( 2017)

TCIS DSR 2017 was a weekend packed with conversations and teachings about God, honest prayer and worship, fun games and activities that brought us together, delicious food to keep the palate salivating, and sweet fellowship and connections that made memories for a life-time. This year, we were lucky to have guests from the state of Pennsylvania- our worship leader for the weekend John Jordan, his wife Gao Foua Jordan who was a speaker, and another married couple Brooke and Michael Witterman who both led a variety of activities and small group sessions. Conversations and testimonies around the fire our last night proved that this year’s DSR was one to remember, as God showed up in big and small ways in student’s lives. Storytellers, our theme for the weekend, paved the way for student’s to be open about their stories and ultimately the story God has invited them into

Photo Credits: Dorm Staff






Dorm Family Night Theme-“SMILE”

Midkiff dorm enjoyed Robocook’s lightning fast service. Afterwards students enjoyed shopping downtown, studying in a coffeeshop, or singing their favourite songs at a Norebang.

Later a visit to the disco pang pang turned out to be a blast.  No injuries but maybe some bumps and bruises.

Ward Dorm smiles once they sunk their teeth into their anticipated special family dinner excursion.

Murphy Dorm pulled up their sleeves and prepared a BBQ dinner before heading out to Laser Tag

Adams Dorm filled their bellies at Ashleys before watching a movie with popcorn and treats.

And my personal favorite family night photo is of PJ from Adams Dorm.

March 1st Activities

littledudes2_srcset-large-1Bubble Ball is Coming to TCIS Dorm Soon 

March 1st will be no school for TCIS students and since it’s in the middle of the week the Residence Life Program will be hosting some fun and exciting activities for all dorm students. Tuesday after school students will have a chance to sign out to Techno Valley to enjoy all the activities they usually save for the week-end. Students can unwind by going to their favorite PC Bang, Nore Bang, or enjoy a hot cup of coffee at the host of coffee shops that can be found in Techno Valley. In the evening students can gather around the campfire and enjoy some hot-dogs, smores, and a steaming cup of hot chocolate. Who knows maybe we will even sing some good old-fashion campfire songs.


Wednesday is Korea’s Independence Holiday and TCIS dorm students will have the freedom to sleep-in after a fun-filled evening. After brunch each dorm will enjoy some friendly games of Bubble Ball on our soccer field just steps away from their cozy warm beds. Once each dorm gets a few games under their belts the All Stars from each dorm will have a chance to represent their dorm family name and compete to win a delicious treat for their entire dorm family !