How we teach :
We use modern approaches
Individual work with each child- conversations with the tutor
- we accompany the development of each child and give advice
Group classes- course «I am a personality»
- planning goals for the week and analysis of performance at the end of the week
- school events for the child's socialization
of students confirmed a high level of language proficiency.According to the results of testing by the Educational Agency of Kyiv.
IT-Labbasics of programming
Kaleidoscope of Sciencesdevelopment of cognitive activity
I am a personalityscience to understand themselves
Art Dramabasics of acting
Popovych Irynamother of Maria, 9 years old, Kyiv
-a small number of children in the class;
- "teacher-child" dialogue;
-that there is a class teacher and tutor (two specialists at the same time);
-projects and their protection every month;
-excursions on excursions;
-interesting additional lessons.
Velgush Roksolanamother of Solomiya, 7 years old, Lviv
Dordienko Juliamother of Melania, 8 years old, Kyiv
Melania: “It’s interesting to study here, there are a tutor and a “class mom” more attention is paid to everyone, there are exciting projects and a beautiful library.”
Karpenko Liliamother of Yaroslav, 9 years old, Kyiv
Anna Prokhorovamother of Illia, 9 years old, Kyiv
“You just don’t understand; this is the best school in the world!” Before CISC, the son studied at a Montessori school, and then at a secondary school. The change of place of the study had to be planned due to the child’s constant complaints about unwillingness to go to school and abdominal pain, which turned out to be a reaction to the educational school process. Whether you go to school or not is a student’s personal choice. This sometimes causes some discomfort, because we, the parents, would like the child to study well, pay more attention to the learning process itself and gain relevant knowledge. Sometimes it seems that if you force your son to do it, as it was in a regular school, it will be more useful. However, I understand that today the inner state of our child, his desire to go to school, looseness in self-expression, which did not exist before, the development of soft skills, which he gets here for his age, is a priority for us! We wish CISC to develop further, improve, and become a professional platform for changes in the country’s educational process!
Lydia Sidunmother of Anna-Sofia Sidun, 9 years old, Lviv
Maryna Mykhailetskamother of Stanislava, 8 years old, Lviv
How to enroll in school
Fill in and send
the application for admission
Pass the test/interviewFor 1st grade — an interview.
For grades 2-11 — testing in mathematics, Ukrainian, and English.
Meet with the school administrationDuring the meeting, your family will talk to a school representative.
Submit the necessary documentsAs soon as you are notified of a positive decision, provide the documents.