Welcome back to our AASCA Swimming and Tennis teams who recently returned to Panama with two sportsmanship trophies, a 2nd place overall banner and a FINA best athlete award!
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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.
On Wednesday, March 13, Mr. Michael and Mrs. Jeny, the elementary STEM integration teachers, led parents through a workshop focused on fostering digital citizenship for children.
The interest in robotics has been growing at ISP. After hosting our first ever Vex Robotics tournament last month, we reflect on that journey and what lies ahead.
Parents of middle school students joined us for our second of four Parent Coffees dedicated to exploring Standards Based Learning. Click to read more about the experience.
Would you like to learn how Innovation and Entrepreneurship are valued by a leading university? Come to hear Ann Padley and Gary Coulter, of the University of Bristol (UK), discuss their innovative Bachelor's and Master's degrees with an integrated emphasis on Innovation.
Reconnecting with ISP alumni is always a pleasure. On this occasion, we had a chance to speak with Gabriel Barrios Class of 2002. We talked about his experience as a student and how he has continued to pursue his passions, bringing him back to ISP as a successful engineer and entrepreneur.
A classic whodunit, solved with good interview techniques.
Students explore the genre through Dario Fo.
For our unit on probability, the 9th-grade math team guided students to create casino-type games of chance
This week Director Viki Stiebert met with parents to discuss ISP's approach to learning. We sat down for a chat to reflect on the experience .
Eighth grade students visited the elementary to share interactive lessons connected to ISP's Character Profile. Click to read student experiences.
The High School Team placed 3rd in the South American tournament and placed first among Central American Teams.
It is an annual tradition for grade seven students to visit El Valle. Click to read a student's perspective on the experience.
Grade 8 students gathered in the library for informative tips on their upcoming transition to high school. Click to read advice from school counselors on managing this transition.
ISP has recently entered into a partnership with Education First, a Swedish company, which offers varied learning opportunities for students young and old, who are looking for ways to broaden their horizons. It just so happens one of our very own ISP Dolphin Alumni works for EF here in Panama.
Our new game and maker area is helping students develop important skills for collaboration, problem-solving, and friendship--all while fostering joy!
Time to inquire and explore is essential for building creativity and collaboration skills. Click to read student reflections on their recent inquiry time in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM)
Seniors examine global conflict structures in the context of a high school.
The Grade 12 students took on the role of instructors to teach the ISP Character Profile to the Grade 10s
On this occasion, we hear from Daniel Castro class of 2009 who is now working at Google.
Time: 8 AM - 4 PM
Location: Piscina Eileen Coparropa - https://goo.gl/maps/BG3Pj2VxDr52
Location: Both in breezway at lunch
Time: 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Location: ES Conference Room