In exploring creative projects, students develop collaborative and critical thinking skills, whilst improving memorisation and self-confidence.
The ICS community enjoys regular art exhibitions and performances. You can read about a small selection of them from our news stories.
The Performing Arts activities at ICS are aimed at encouraging, inspiring, and educating students. Throughout the academic year, one can find opportunities for collaborative projects as part of the IB Diploma Theatre course.
"The best thing about the festival was hearing others sing. I love to hear other voices"-ICS Grade 6 student, Helena H.
With two Singing Christmas Tree performances, the ICS Singers delighted listeners gathered at Werdmühleplatz.
Secondary students staged four well-received performances of a challenging play.
What better way to pursue a passion for Drama than having the opportunity to participate in an ISTA Artist-in-Residence workshop?
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.
ICS student musicians performed in concert with students from the Zumikon Musikschule last weekend in the Reformierte Kirche.
Once again, our ICS Singers were part of Zurich's very popular 'Singing Christmas Tree' event in the heart of our host city.
Reflecting their passion for Performing Arts, ICS students brought their impressive talents to a shining musical performance.
The first ArtsAlive! of the year was held after school on Friday 5 October.
The AMIS Jazz Workshop was an enriching and exceptional weekend experience for ICS student musicians.
Secondary student participation in extra-curricular Arts activities was celebrated on Tuesday evening 8 May at the annual ICS Arts Awards Apéro.
Seven ICS students and their teachers took part in the Middle School ISTA Festival in Dresden last week.
The final ArtsAlive! of the year was held after classes finished last Friday 27 April.
Highlighting their creative talents, the IB Diploma Visual Art Exhibition 2018 showcased a remarkable array of the students' innovative artwork.
After an intense four-month rehearsal schedule, our Secondary students took to the stage in dynamic performances of "What Are They Like?" this week.
Celebrating the participation of three Grade 12 singers at the Association for Music in International Schools' (AMIS) High School Honour Choir Festival.
At the recent Collaborative Arts Assembly in the Primary Atrium our G3s shared artistic interpretations inspired by their Museum Rietberg visit.