The award-winning Service Engineering Technology club (SET), expand their footprint, doubling their workflow this May by setting up two service trips.
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At a glance
Nationalities Represented More than 1,000 students from over 40 different countries
9:1 Student Teacher 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.
Part of an ongoing series of Counselor Coffees with our parents.
Middle school enjoyed the opportunity to forge school-home connections that support learning. We would also appreciate your feedback on the event. Click to read more and fill out a participation survey.
This semester high school students participated in HACIA. We spoke with two students who received awards.
Last week the Grade 7 students visited a community center in the El Chorillo neighborhood located in downtown Panama City. Learn more about their experience in service learning.
Contests, student-design challenges, interactive activities, and a special guest speaker marked our annual Pink Shirt Traditions. Click to read more.
As part of a new and exciting initiative, ISP is currently exploring the possibility of our students becoming part of the iGEM (International Genetically Engineered Machine Competition).
During the opening ceremony of the Association for Music in International Schools Festival, Director Viki Stiebert shared these inspirational words with our honored guests. You can read her speech here!
The ISP-PTA Intercultural Program for Parents recently organized a trip to visit one of Panama's most important historical buildings.
The United States Department of State Assisted Schools has selected our very own ES Principal Becky Jobes as one of the two recipients of this annual award.
We spoke with burgeoning biologist and researchers Guinevere and Ana about their unique project to help increase biodiversity, specifically of birds, at ISP. You can watch the interview and read about it here.
This month we celebrated Autism Awareness. We sat down with Learning Support Specialist Victoria Diez who works with students who have diverse learning needs in our elementary school to learn more about the awareness raising campaign.
As part of the ninth grade curriculum students study theater and performance in Spanish class, then go view a live performance
Not sure what to do with 7 weeks of vacation? Why not enroll your child in one of ISP's Summer Camps?
Senior Maxine took initiative to leave her footprint at ISP. Find out more about her composting project here.
Next week ISP students will be participating in several activities to celebrate Spanish Language Week. Find out more about what we have planned here.
We in the middle school work closely with students and families to ensure successful transitions. Click to read more and access resources regarding this important theme.
Of the 27 AASCA member schools in Central America, ISP won the most Sportsmanship trophies during the 2018/2019 school year!
On April 5th, 2019 the ISP Near Space Program launched their 12th Capsule into Earth's stratosphere. We spoke with the NSP Zeteki Launch team captains to learn more about the experience.
We launched into Passion Projects during our weekly Inquiry Time (iTime). Click to read more.
Time: 3 PM - 4 PM
Location: Location: Colegio Brader
Time: 4 PM - 5 PM
Location: Location: Colegio Einstein
Location: Breezway during lunch