• CEESA leads educational transformation through collaboration

    CEESA leads educational transformation through collaboration

  • CEESA programs inspire students to learn and develop holistically

    CEESA programs inspire students to learn and develop holistically

  • Thank you teachers and remember to breathe

  • Social Connections and School Culture in these Remote Times

  • Relationships and the Arts Matter at the IS Belgrade by Tracy Lord-Ryan

  • Virtual Art Exhibition at NOVA IS

  • Globetrottin’ ADs Online Conference

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Latest News

The 7th Annual IBDP Convention initiated by Kaunas Jesuit Gymnasium seven years ago came back home this year on January 24-25th, 2020.

According to a recent World Economic Forum report, 65% of children currently in Primary School will enter a job that does not yet exist. The fastest growing job sector is the ‘Gig Economy’, whereby people are not employed in the traditional sense, but instead sell their skills on an open market. Some estimates indicate that around by 2022, 40% of all jobs will be in the Gig Economy.

The International School of Prague welcomes CEESA students from Warsaw, Bucharest, Budapest and Bratislava.

They say that music is the international language and they are right.  February 5-9, 2020 saw The International School of Belgrade’s upper school campus double in size as we welcomed 130 students, directors and chaperones for the annual Middle School CEESA Choir Festival. 

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