Reflecting academic achievement and excellence, the 2019 International Baccalaureate (IB) Examination results confirmed that 20% of ICS IB candidates achieved a score of 40 points or more!
We offer numerous programmes to help families transition to their new community. And a vibrant Parents' Association welcomes everyone into its strong social network.
Life at ICS extends far beyond the classroom and involves a strong community spirit. Older and younger students work closely together in many situations, creating a positive and friendly learning environment. A wealth of extra-curricular clubs and activities give students more ways to engage with their peers. The prestigious Round Square organisation teaches the ideals of global citizenship. And “ICS Houses” inject spirit and friendly competition into the day.
Firmly embedded in the ICS Culture of Care, each and every one of our Ambassadors realises how important it is that new students receive a warm welcome as they take their first steps around the ICS campus. Our student Ambassadors offer new classmates support, advice and direction and they are instrumental in making new students feel like they belong to ICS.
Mrs Campbell, Head of School
Our parent community is heavily involved in everyday life of ICS through our parent volunteer programme. Plus, parents benefit from a strong Parents’ Association which provides support and a social network for our international families.
Last week, our Early Years and Primary Students arrived in the Main Hall and the first Primary Assembly of the school year got underway.
Local fire personnel trained at ICS at the end of summer.
As the 2019-2020 school year gets underway, our campus is buzzing with the happy sound of the ICS Community coming together!
The 2019 Primary Library Summer Reading Programme wants to know how many Swiss lakes our students can “visit” with their reading this summer.
Four Grade 9 student teams gave presentations of the products they had designed to a panel of five judges at the Final Grade 9 Design Exhibition.
At last weekend's graduation ceremony, families, friends and ICS staff celebrated with our Grade 12 students and wished them well.
Collecting data from participants who visited this year's Brain Fair on 24 May, ICS Grade 6 students fine-tuned their inquiry and investigation skills.
Engaging, inspiring and just plain fun, last weekend's International Festival provided the ICS community with a wonderful opportunity to come together and enjoy!
On Tuesday, we welcomed Andrew Matthews, the Round Square Director of Europe and the Mediterranean, to the ICS campus.