Finnish International School Georgia (FIS) is the very first educational institution in the whole region of the Caucasus that implements the world’s best education system. The idea of launching a Finnish Model school in Georgia was initiated in 2018 by an investment and advisory company - Alliance Group Holding.
FIS views raising active citizens capable of efficiently tuning in and adapting to the fast-changing environment and thriving in the expanding international marketplace as its primary objective. At FIS, we focus on developing creativity, critical thinking, as well as cooperation skills in the pupils. Global Citizenship and Sustainable Development Goals give the students an unprecedented view on their roles in an international world as global actors. In our school, our students learn the concepts of citizenship, business, entrepreneurship, governance, professional life and leadership through experiential learning.
We have the most amazing Finnish and international teachers as part of our team. They create a fun, productive, personalized and secure environment for all of their pupils.
How would you rate Finnish International School Georgia (FIS)?
Olesya, 06/09/2023 @ 19:27:42
Music & Arts
I enrolled my child in Sisu School Georgia with high hopes and expectations, but my experience has been nothing short of a nightmare. This school has consistently failed to fulfil its promises, raised costs without warning, and displayed a shocking lack of respect for parents.
First and foremost, the promises made during the enrollment process were nothing more than empty words. The school boasted about its commitment to providing a top-notch education, individualized attention, and a safe environment. However, the reality could not be further from the promises made. The educational quality has been subpar at best, with overcrowded classrooms, one of which is situated in the low basement of the building which was flooded before.
Moreover, the school has repeatedly increased its fees without any clear justification but complaining about expenses it faces. It's as if they are trying to squeeze every last cent out of parents without any regard for the financial strain this puts on families. This lack of transparency and fairness in financial matters is not only unethical but also shows a complete disregard for parents.
Furthermore, the disrespectful attitude of the school towards parents is appalling. Whenever parents voice their concerns or attempt to engage in constructive dialogue, they are met with dismissive responses, bureaucratic runarounds, and a complete lack of empathy. It's as if the school views parents solely as a source of revenue, rather than as partners in their child's education.
The overall management and communication within the school are abysmal. Important information is often conveyed at the last minute, leaving parents scrambling to accommodate sudden changes. This chaotic approach to administration further highlights the school's lack of respect for parents and their time.
In conclusion, my experience with SISU School Georgia has been nothing but a disappointment. They have consistently failed to deliver on their promises, displayed an utter lack of transparency and fairness in financial matters, and treated parents with disrespect and indifference. I would strongly advise any prospective parents to think twice before entrusting their child's education to this institution.
Eliah, 25/08/2023 @ 11:59:37
Music & Arts
The school provides quite good academic quality while doing absolutely nothing about their terrible quality of management and service in general. The constant flow of promises they can never make up to considering making a space better for children, providing good transportation and so on. Tons of delays, promises, and basically lies from the school management. We've been there for a year now, were basically pushed into an upfront payment for the next year and now the only thing we regret is the fact that we can't take that payment back. The school is a management nightmare. Aside from that kids are happy, it's friendly and everything but the level of education is low as well. To my knowledge the only Finnish person in Finnish International School is its chief manager who is a really good person doomed to work for school's owners.