International School of Prague (ISP) offers a student-centred environment for its diverse community of over 60 nationalities, from from early childhood (age 3) to young adulthood (age 18). An innovative, future-focused school we continually evolve our programs and practices to prepare our students to adapt and contribute responsibly to an ever-changing world.
As a nonprofit independent school, ISP prides itself in investing in the best possible faculty and staff from throughout the world. ISP faculty and staff are drawn from around 20 nationalities. Around three quarters of faculty are citizens of the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom.
International of School Prague students experience a positive and supportive atmosphere, a dedicated and professional faculty and staff, including an in-house Psychologist & Wellbeing Coordinator, and an active and supportive School Community Association (parent volunteer group)
How would you rate International School of Prague (ISP)?
Dawn C. Cox, 20/06/2020 @ 04:37:57
Music & Arts
My son attended the elementary school. The educators are a bunch of hacks and the administration is dysfunctional. The campus is the best feature of the school. Other parents of children who have attended schools in the U.S. agree that the learning is about a year behind at ISP. In other words, 3rd graders are learning at the 2nd grade level in the U.S.; first graders are learning curriculum taught in Kindergarten, etc. The teachers are inflexible and the staff never take ownership of their shortcomings. Explore other options for your child if you can in Prague.
I was very pleasantly surprised. This is a very decent school, even when looking at the interior and the exterior. Adjusted and clean parking, school facilities and its surroundings with a playground. Security decent and professional and the same as the reception. It's a shame that every school does not have such a great background!!!