We are a Christian school. The fact that ICS is a Christian school positively affects every area of your child's education. Our teachers view each child as a unique individual created by God, and thus, seek to understand and love each one. We take seriously our responsibility to teach, encourage, and guide our students. We are an international school. Over 26 nationalities make up our campus of 440+ students. We instill in each student a love and respect for people of all cultures through everyday interactions, as well as through our local and international community service programs. We use an American curriculum. 80% of our graduates attend US universities. According to our annual alumni survey, our graduates feel well-equipped for the rigors of university academics and the skills necessary to achieve success in whatever field of study they choose. As an Advanced Placement school, we believe one of the greatest benefits our program offers our students is its flexibility in requirements to work with the individual student's needs, dreams, gifts, and abilities.
Our admissions process will walk you and your family through 5 steps: Inquiry, Application, Assessment (Math, Reading, & Writing for most grades), Evaluation, and Admission. For more information, please see our admissions page on our website.
- Results of the language assessment skill test - Report cards and/or transcripts from previous school - Results of the Math, Reading and Writing assessments - Recommendation from previous school staff and faculty
In 2016, we had 15 AP Scholars, Scholars with Honors, and Scholars with Distinction, with the most being in the highest category.Read more
Why we believe in the importance of challenging our high school seniors to be able to defend their beliefs.Read more
There I sat, sitting in my friend's car listening to his daughter tell us the story of her graduating class. It wasn't what I expected. She attended a school much like ICS - small, Christian, and full of caring teachers and parents, so her experience during what should be a fond memory for many years to come, was anything but.Read more