Although she didn't graduate from ISP Corinna Bloch, remembers her days at ISP as if they were yesterday.
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At a glance
Nationalities Represented +more than 1,000 students from over 40 countries and +300 Faculty & Staff from over 20 countries.
9:1 Student- Teacher ratio supported by a world class Teaching and Learning team.
Professional Learning We offer varied opportunities for our staff to continue being lifelong learners
35 Years Offering Non-profit, student-centered, independent, international education.
First IB World School established in Panama.
9.6 hectare campus with student-centered facilities like maker spaces, FIFA certified soccer field and track, semi-olympic pool, responsive classrooms, and Performing Arts Center.
Unique Innovation & Entrepreneurship Program offered to students in 11th and 12th grade.
70% K-12 students participate in after school activities, including the visual and performing arts, competitive sports, special activities and clubs,
Over 30 clubs offered in middle and high school.
Service Learning activities offered PK-12.
Student led activities Panama Model United Nations, Near Space Program, Service Engineering and Technology Club, United Women Conference, Global Issues Network and TedX
STEM Certified First AdvancED certified Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics Program in Latin America.
After graduating in 2005, Galen went on to study at Concordia and Bishop's University in Canada. Find out how he pursued his passion.
Marcello Brito Class of 2015 has finished another chapter in his lifelong learning adventure.
Thanks to a generous grant from the Parent Teacher Association, the Eco Leaders will now be able to focus on improving their program.
Vivianne Cedeno is a proud graduate of the Class of 2002. Seventeen years after graduation we had a chat about where life has taken her so far.
This group of 5th graders has accomplished so much! Student's voice provides the most unique perspectives, exemplifying the many reasons #thereisnoplacelikeisp
As we reconnect with Alumni it’s amazing to see ISP students go anywhere and do anything. On this occasion, we spoke to Edgar Tejada Class of 1998.
School is ending at ISP and at several Universities and Colleges. We spoke with Maria Alejandra Gondola about her recent graduation and memories about ISP.
Grade 6 and 8 students have formed groups to tackle global issues through innovative solutions. Click to read student experiences.
We caught up with Gabriela Arosemena Class of 2005, to learn about her life as an artist and her memories of ISP.
We enjoyed the opportunity to look forward together at opportunities for collaboration and growth in the 2019-2020 school.
This chapter of their learning adventure has ended with the final IB Exams.
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.
Contests, student-design challenges, interactive activities, and a special guest speaker marked our annual Pink Shirt Traditions. Click to read more.
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
Senior Maxine took initiative to leave her footprint at ISP. Find out more about her composting project 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.