International School of Prague
Nebusická 700, 164 00, Prague, 6, Czech Republic
Tel: (+420) 220 384 111
Fax: (+420) 220 384 555
International, IB, US curricula.
SAT, IB exams.
658 students, 3-19 yrs.
Founded in 1948 to offer an education in English to children of
the diplomatic community, the International School of Prague has
evolved into a thriving institution for students from over 60 countries.
Today ISP offers a complete, balanced and integrated program of
studies for boys and girls aged 3-19.
Located in one of Europe's most beautiful cities, International
School of Prague tries to take full advantage of Prague's heritage
as a gateway between East and West and to provide students with
an understanding of the rich culture and history of the Czech people.
Instruction in the Czech language is offered as well as instruction
in German, French and Spanish as part of ISP's goal of training
students to become productive and responsible citizens of the world.
A non-profit, non-sectarian institution governed by a nine-member
board of trustees, International School of Prague provides an education
based on Anglo/American educational principles and methods, enriched
by an international perspective. The school offers the International
Baccalaureate Diploma program. Because International School of Prague
is committed to continuous improvement, it is accredited jointly
by the European Council of International Schools and the Middle
States Association of Colleges and Schools.
In 1997 the three sections of International School of Prague moved
into a modern, purpose-built facility in Nebusice. The new campus
now houses the Early Childhood, Elementary, Middle and Upper divisions
in four connecting wings. The school includes three computer and
four science laboratories, a cafeteria, a theater, two playgrounds,
four outdoor tennis courts, four basketball courts (two inside,
two outside), two gymnasia and a library.
In addition to the academic program, International School of Prague
offers a variety of after-school activities for all age groups,
such as dance, girl/boy scouts, creative writing, photography, Model
United Nations, drama and music clubs, ceramics, figure drawing,
and many more. ISP students can also engage in numerous sports such
as volleyball, basketball, soccer, swimming, tennis, to mention
but a few, and participate in tournaments organized by the Central
and Eastern European Schools Association (CEESA) and the Sports
Council of International Schools (SCIS).
Located at the outskirts of Prague, the school is surrounded by
green, rolling hills. It is accessible by public transportation
and is about 20 minutes from the center by bus and metro.
From August 2001 International School of Prague has a satellite
campus in Olomouc, a fast growing university town southeast of Prague.