On this occasion, we hear from Daniel Castro class of 2009 who is now working at Google.
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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 the eight 5th grade POD captains set off for our sister school in El Valle.
Ready for parents and students to read before the break, see the ASA section of the website to read all about the semester two offerings at ISP! ASA registration opens January 7th 2019- and closes January 18th 2019.
See the Athletics section of the website to sign up for semester two sports!
In the middle school, we work hard but we have a lot of fun. A student-planned spirit week helped us approach final exams with calm.
This year's first annual Elementary PANAMUN event included a special guest chair - eighth grade student Matyas. Click to read his reflections on the experience.
The PAC rang out with bells this morning. And drums, and boom whackers and xylophones...
Grade 6 showcase was a huge success. Read more about it here!
After seeing a post of Ricardo's participation in MUN at the University Level, we reached out to him to see what he has been up to since graduating in 2015.
For the first time ever, ISP and Panama are hosting the AASCA Unified Soccer tournament. The tournament takes place February 20-24, 2019 on campus at ISP and in other venues throughout the city.
The Dolphins hosted 14 schools from around Panama for the third annual ES Swimming competition at ISP. This year participation records were broken with more schools and more athletes competing than ever before.
Last Saturday, December 1st the ISP Tennis December Cup was held with the participation of the ISP Boys Tennis Team and some of the best ranked tennis players in Panama under 16 years old.
Panamanian culture was on full display in our first annual Middle School Panamanian Studies Fair. Click to read student perspectives on the experience.
A collaboration between Middle School's tech integrationist and 6th grade social studies teacher combined design with historical inquiry. Click to learn about student perspectives on the experience.
27 Track and Field student athletes returned to Panama exhausted after an intense weekend of AASCA competition in El Salvador. Congratulations to all of the students who competed - especially the U14 boys team who won 3rd place overall and the Sportsmanship trophy.
Read this week's important updates regarding, the January Calendar, Shrek and the upcoming Director's Breakfast
PTA VAPA Chairperson Amelia shares some reflections following ISP's presentation of Shrek the Musical
In a recent parent meeting we talked about the need to educate children, at home and school, about how to be a safe digital citizen.
Middle School counselor Jennifer Restrepo welcome parents to an insightful look inside the pre-adolescent mind. Click to learn more.
Carlos Oriel Wynter, award winning Panamanian author, visited eighth grade Spanish. Click to read a student perspective on the event.