APIS strives for excellence in teaching:

  • To ensure measurable, standard-based student performances and achievements by implementing a cutting-edge curriculum and research-based instructional strategies.
  • To assemble a superb group of educators, who are not only excellent teachers but also accomplished individuals serving as role models.
  • To provide a Christ-centered, loving, and caring community that promotes students’ creativity and passion for learning.
Searching APIS Faculty
  • Hayley Rosenfield
    B.A. Rhodes College
    Ms. Rosenfield studied English literature and creative writing at Rhodes College as well as Spanish in Argentina. She grew up in Minnesota and attended school where her father has taught history for over 40 years, learning lessons about engaging classes, aiming for depth over breadth, and laughing with students every day. As a high schooler, Ms. Rosenfield counseled at her church’s summer camp, which established her love for working with children. She joins the APIS community by way of Minnesota, where she taught high school English and served as a dorm parent for three years at Shattuck-St. Mary’s School. In her free time, Ms. Rosenfield enjoys cartooning, writing fiction, practicing yoga, and spending time with family and friends.
  • Hyun Hee (Alice) Chang
    M.A. Yonsei University / B.A. Ewha Womans University
    Ms. Chang graduated from Ewha Womans University with a bachelor’s degree in Korean language and literature and earned her master’s degree in Korean education from Yonsei Graduate School of Education. Her studies have mainly focused on developing practical teaching materials and methodologies in Korean language education. Upon graduating from her master’s degree program, she received the best thesis award for her research on the use of Korean dictionaries as instructional tools in vocabulary lessons at the elementary school level. From very early childhood, Ms. Chang has been fascinated with reading and studying Korean literature. Her goal is to make her passion for the Korean language highly contagious so that her students would also develop a deep appreciation for the true beauty of Korean. In addition to teaching, Ms. Chang enjoys participating in various church activities. She has gone on mission trips to India and Nepal and leads a Bible study group in her church.