What's New

  • Parent-Teacher Conferences

    Our second round of parent teacher conferences are on Wednesday and Thursday, March 29 and 30.

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  • Parent Coffee: Grade 5 Transition to Middle School

    Please join us on April 3 from 8:00 -9:30 a.m. in the elementary conference room.

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  • College and University Fair

    We invite all 10th and 11th grade students and any interested parents to attend our college and university fair.

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  • Maps Make a Difference

    The second grade students were real life problem solvers earlier this year after receiving a video message from their Elementary Principal, Ms. Becky. 

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  • The Artists Behind Madagascar

    In addition to the music, acting, and technical elements, there is a core group of artists that will make Madagascar, Jr. an incredible experience.

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  • Grade 9 Splashing About in Saboga

    This year the grade 9 trip combined ocean, beaches, and two views of Panama as 84 of the grade 9s went to Isla Saboga in the Pearl Islands.

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  • Student Submission: HACIA Democracy XXIII

    HACIA Democracy XXIII was a unique experience and opportunity.

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  • Council of International Schools College and University Fair

    Students and parents often believe that a student's GPA and external test scores on the SAT or ACT determine admissions decisions. During this enlightening session, our presenters will debunk this and other common myths in a fun and interactive way.

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  • Congratulations, Swim Team!

    The ISP Dolphins have once again made #aascahistory. We are so incredibly proud of these ISP Dolphins swimmers. 

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  • Sneak Preview of Madagascar

    Madagascar had its first full, all-cast tech rehearsal on Wednesday, March 15, which included costume fittings, microphones, and lighting.

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  • Do Re Mi Fa! Special Visit from Diana Duran

    We were so excited to welcome Panama’s very own opera singer, Diana Duran, to ISP recently.

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  • GIN Conference Gives Hope for the Future

    Did you miss the Global Issues Network conference last week?

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  • ES Literacy to Life

    We would like to thank everyone who helped make sure that our literacy to life week went smoothly.

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  • SALSA Fun Lunch: A Fun Way to Reinforce Spanish

    This year, the MS Spanish teachers implemented an activity for our SAL students called SALSA Lunch to benefit the SAL students. SALSA stands for Spanish as an Additional Language Student Association.

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  • AASCA Tennis – Costa Rica

    The Lincoln School Costa Rica hosted the first ever AASCA tennis tournament. Five schools from around the region came together at the Costa Rica Country Club to compete in a Davis Cup style event.

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  • Destination Imagination 2017

    Let's congratulate the Destination Imagination teams and their team managers for their outstanding display of teamwork, creativity, innovation, and problem solving skills throughout the 2017 DI Colombia's Celebration of Creativity Tournament in Cartagena, Colombia on March 10-12.

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  • ISP Students Support Red Cross Mission In Las Tablas

    Before the Carnaval break, I was part of a group of six students that traveled to Las Tablas to help support some of the humanitarian work being undertaken by the Panamanian and American Red Cross.

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  • THIMUN 2017: Insights From A First-Timer

    I was skeptical. Although I wanted to believe that I would have tried my best without the possibility of winning an award, I struggled to picture a group of young men and women discussing global issues without a competitive incentive.

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  • Project Based Learning at ISP: Tiptoeing Into Creative Writing in French!

    Last week, students from middle and high school took on the challenge of creating and sharing short stories in French.

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  • AASCA Soccer 2017 – Another Historic Year!

    The ISP Dolphins boys and girls varsity soccer teams returned this week after having made history at AASCA Soccer 2017 celebrated in Managua, Nicaragua.

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  • IB Art Show: RESFEBER

    IB art students are excited to present RESFEBER, a student-led collaborative show featuring nine talented artists opening on Wednesday, March 8 at 3:00 p.m. in the PAC lobby.

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  • Multicultural Youth Choir Of Panama

    ISP recently hosted the first workshop and performance of the Multicultural Youth Choir of Panama. An ISP visual and performing arts initiative, this choir strives to bring together students from different cultures and schools to learn, play, and perform.

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  • Madagascar: A Musical Adventure Jr.

    The ISP Elementary School proudly presents Madagascar: A Musical Adventure Jr. coming in April. To support the production and feature your business in the playbill, please contact Jillian Monaghan via e-mail.

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  • Friends for Change

    Friends for Change is an organization that Melany Morales created with the help of Ellie Jones in order to help the Malambo orphanage and an animal shelter.

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  • Innovating Mathematics In Middle School

    The ISP middle school Math Department is constantly learning innovative and fun ways to help all students learn.

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  • ISP Launches New Go Dolphins Mobile Application

    Attention ISP Dolphin fans! We have a big announcement to make! ISP is excited to launch our very own Go Dolphins application.

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