Division of Academic Affairs(DAA)Academic activities at KMLA aim for establishing national identity while enhancing academic abilities of gifted students. In order to realize these goals, the DAA serves as a coordinating center of the school through organization of the school events and the academic curriculum.
KMLA always strives for excellence in fulfilling both the academic and extracurricular needs of talented students. Serving prospective global leaders, the DAA develops new programs that would maintain the lively yet serious atmosphere of KMLA. The DAA is especially focused on extracurricular programs to help students experience as many meaningful events as possible by making use of the advantages of a boarding school.
1. Office of Education Information Management
|KMLA provides a variety of courses regardless of students’ field (domestic/international) or grade in order to help students decide their future career. For students in need of enriched courses, courses at the undergraduate level are also available at KMLA.|
|The Office of Education Information Management not only manages the data of every student but also runs a detailed management program for every student for use by the college counseling office.|
|Examinations : Process of Exams and managements during/after exams
Mid-term / final exams / National Assessment Test
|Attendance record : Attendance and statistics|
|The 6 Minjok Virtues : Overall management on the 6 Minjok Virtues|
|Official Documents : Transcripts
Included in the Korean Transcript : Personal data, School register, Attendance, Awards won, Certificates, Career Counseling, Creative Program, Special achievements, Extracurricular activities, Academic abilities, Books Read, Overall comment
2. LibraryThe Mang-yeong Library is located on the first floor of Chungmoo Hall. It has two full-time librarians and is equipped with computers offering Internet services for quick and easy access to the Worldwide Net and Online Resources : KISS, DBPIA, KRPIA, KERIS.
Man-gyeong Library received the Prime Minister’s Award in 2008 and the Minister of Culture & Tourism award in 2009.
Mangyeong Library aims to achieve the following: build an environment so that teachers and students can gain support easy and efficiently from the library; instill in students the fact that reading is the best way to gain humanistic knowledge; encourage an atmosphere in which the whole school reads extensively; and providing the school body with relaxation through reading.