WHEN I HEAR I FORGET. WHEN I SEE I REMEMBER. WHEN I DO I UNDERSTAND.
This year CIS delegates will represent Portugal in ten committees.The conference theme this year is ‘Diplomacy in the Age of Globalization’
A GREEN ECO-SCHOOL FOR A SUSTAINABLE EDUCATION.
Our campus, situated in the beautiful countryside overlooking Rome, not only provides our students with a relaxing, stimulating and healthy environment in which to study, but also helps the students to love and respect nature. Students participate in the annual grape and olive harvests and in the year round Earth to Table project. These hands-on and sensory based activities helps them to establish a caring relationship with the environment and appreciate how dedicated work produces positive results. Students also actively participate in reducing, reusing and recycling resources and are involved in the School’s extensive eco-projects.Students, coming from all over the world, are prepared for international and national high schools and go on to study at universities to then pursue successful careers.
Small classes surrounded by nature and the hands-on approach hold true to the Chinese proverb: “When I hear, I forget. When I see, I remember. When I do, I understand.”
The Vendemia (grape harvest)
Parent – Teacher Conferences
Open Day for prospective Parents
Open Day for prospective parents
Harvard Model United Nations – trip to the USA
Easter Fundraising Raffle
Italian Model United Nations
Music under the Stars
WE ARE A CAMBRIDGE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
CIS is an approved Cambridge International School and examination centre. Cambridge Checkpoint and International General Certificate for Secondary Education (IGCSE) exams are offered. The Cambridge curriculum is international in outlook and locally relevant which encourages creativity, critical thinking and promotes a deeper insight into different world cultures, which is the core of our educational philosophy.Small classes surrounded by nature and the hands-on approach hold true to the Chinese proverb: “When I hear, I forget. When I see, I remember. When I do, I understand.”