Every week, our Director Viki Stiebert shares important updates ranging from progress on our strategic plan to advice from parents. Check out this week's update
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At a glance
Nationalities Represented More than 1,000 students from over 40 different countries
9:1 Teacher student ratio
Student Led Service Projects Nearly 30 service learning project opportunities
25 years being an IB World School. The first IB school established in Panama
STEM Certification The first AdvancED Certified Stem Program in Latin America
35 years/ Offering non-profit, independent, student-centered education
State-Of-The-Art Performing Arts Center 538 seat auditorium; black box studio; specialist band, choral and instrumental rooms; design workshop and dedicated art gallery/exhibition space.
Competitive Sports Program caters for up to 30 teams competing locally and internationally
ASA Program offers activities in the areas of Arts, Sports, STEM and Academics
Tech & Innovation 2:1 devices in elementary and BYOD for grades 6-12 4 tech & innovation spaces across the campus Innovation & Entrepreneurship Certificate Program for high school Robotics competitions & Near Space Program
Professional Learning We offer varied opportunities for our staff to continue being lifelong learners
Sprawling 9.6 hectares: student-centered campus/ state-of-the-art facilities, maker spaces, science labs, scene/stage workshop flexible seating and recreational spaces, inspire our learning adventure.
We are thrilled to be hosting the #1 The New York Times bestselling author Marissa Meyer on Monday, August 20th at the Performing Arts Center.
The Dolphin Athletic Committee (DAC) organized 5K is only 6 weeks away. This is a community event open to all stakeholders and the general public. It's time to get training! Each week we will include a suggested training program for you to follow in building your stamina. Click on the title above to see the week 1 program.
Whole class and Individual photos will be taken next week for elementary school students
Believe all ogre again (get it? Ogre - over?) as ISP auditions for our latest musical production.
During our first full week, MS has devoted additional time to connect in advisories. For more information on the advisory program's mission and vision - and for interviews with grade 7 students on what advisory means to them - click to read more.
During the long weekend in September ISP will be the site to host a prestigious swimming clinic held by a former Olympic Gold medalist from the USA, Megan Romano. For more information click on the title above.
If you love to cook for people, what better way to fully complete the meal than by also making the pots that your guests eat from? Meet our Middle and High School visual art teacher, Craig Clark, and find out about what makes an artist become a teacher.
Our new fitness room as well as the swimming pool, track and tennis courts are available for community members (faculty, staff, parents and students) to use during times when we do not have curricular or after school student use. We also have a lifeguard on duty during all of these times. For the detailed schedule click on the title above.
We are excited to be starting the 2018-19 school year. Our classrooms and other learning spaces are ready for children to grow and explore!
Over the summer we made some interesting changes to our cafeteria. Including renaming it THE COVE. Check out our update to see what's new!
ISP's Parent Teacher Association is back! Want to know what we are planning for the upcoming weeks? Read our message to find out more about upcoming Yearbook pictures and the Welcome Back BBQ
A great first week back at the high school! Read more about what the year has in store for our high school dolphins.
Announcing our first auditions of the year! We are also looking for a stage manager. Read more for details!
6th grade students partnered with an international NGO on an extended service learning project to deliver books from the ISP community to an underfunded region in Honduras. Click on the story to read reflections from a student involved in the experience.
Location: MS/HS Library
College & University Visit: Univ. of Richmond (USA) Bryn Mawr College (USA) and Babson College (USA)
Location: HS Breezway during lunch