Water, precious water...when a seemingly limitless resource is abruptly put into short supply, our awareness grows, our perspectives shift, and action begins!

Using technology in the classroom is a careful balancing act. How much time? What type of technology? Integrating technology became easier for me once I kept a few essential questions in mind when planning.

The 2016-2017 IICS drama production of “You Can’t Beat the House” has been a great experience for the whole cast and crew involved. As with all productions, there are plenty of obstacles along the way, but by the week of the show, we knew that everyone was ready and excited to perform!

IICS held the Personal Project Exhibition, and it was another fantastic event in which Grade 10 students showcased projects they had worked on independently for nearly six months.

Hosting visiting artists and experts is not unusual for IICS, but it is a little LESS usual for our visiting experts to be former graduates of our school!

Studying design at Middle and High school level just received a boost thanks to the opening of a new purpose-built space.

The American International School of Bucharest is proud to be hosting the CEESA HS Boys Varsity Basketball Tournament for Red Division.

Pechersk School International Kyiv recently hosted a CEESA Math Counts competition for four schools.

Monday, 13 February 2017 11:08

IICS Idol 2017. What an Event!

What an amazing show! After the long lead up to our IICS Idol 2017, we were not disappointed.

Tuesday, 13 December 2016 11:51

Learning Support Services at ISB Lower School

The mission of the Student Support Department at the International School of Belgrade (ISB) is: “In partnership with the ISB Community the Student Support Department works to meet the diverse needs of every student to achieve their highest potential for success.”

To that end, the learning support teachers at ISB Lower School provide direct and indirect services to students, and work with families and staff on raising awareness, educating, and celebrating the success of students with learning exceptionalities.

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