Engaging, inspiring and just plain fun, last weekend's International Festival provided the ICS community with a wonderful opportunity to come together and enjoy!
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On Tuesday, we welcomed Andrew Matthews, the Round Square Director of Europe and the Mediterranean, to the ICS campus.
Service Learning and Community Engagement (SLCE) is an important part of a student's learning experience at ICS.
“Our doubts are traitors and make us lose the good we oft might win by fearing to attempt.”
Our students and staff have returned to a campus that is definitely showing signs of spring, and it’s wonderful to have everyone back!
Our Grade 7 students represented the countries of the world at the annual ICS Model United Nations Human Rights Convention.
Grade 5 students discovered a very effective way to increase their knowledge of German vocabulary: They wrote a book!
With many of our athletes coming home with outstanding results from tournaments and meets, the recent ICS Secondary Sports Awards brought the 2018-19 winter sports season to a happy end.
Last week, our Grade 10 English students performed original spoken word poetry exclusively written for the Grade 10 Poetry Slam.
At a Vernissage on Wednesday evening 27 March, IB Diploma Visual Art students presented their work to the ICS community.
Four sold-out performances of this year’s Secondary musical production, The Addams Family: School Edition captivated ICS audiences last week.
In our Early Years Centre (EYC), children are supported in their acquisition of German through the bilingual (English/German) strand. Join us on 26 March to find out more!
A number of ICS Secondary students have “connected” to the worldwide movement to combat climate change.
Here's a brief overview of just some of the interesting activities and events coming up in March for our Primary and Secondary students and the ICS Community.
Our Grade 5 students invited the entire Community to attend the Primary Years Programme (PYP) Exhibition at ICS.
The ICS "Unname" team took first place in yesterday's Inter-School Battle of the Books (BOB).
We welcomed a special guest to the PA Conversations with the Leadership Team this morning: Shirley Blair, the Director of Shree Mangal Dvip School (SMD) in Kathmandu.
Primary Spirit Day encouraged students to notice changes in others, and raised funds for students in Ethiopia.
On Thursday ICS joined in the worldwide celebration of the UN’s International Mother Language Day.
A warm "welcome back" to all our students returning to classes after an enjoyable and relaxing Ski-Vacation!