We inspire students from 3 to 18 years of age to be agile learners, ready to thrive in the modern world.
Our current 34-point IB Diploma average allowed ICS graduates
to accept offers from the world's top universities last year.
Younger students also flourish, achieving results far above international averages.
ICS is part of the NACE Schools group.
NACE owns and operates 51 private schools in Spain, France, Italy, the UK, Andorra and India and is one of the four largest private school groups in the world with international presence, and the largest of its type in the European continent. The schools in NACE cover all educational phases, i.e. EYFS, primary, secondary and sixth form. The group also offers vocational training.
The group’s mission is to prepare each student to live successfully in a globalized world. This educational mission is offered to more than 14.000 students in the six countries where the schools operate.
As a member of the NACE Group, ICS students benefit from the family atmosphere of a small school, with access to the advantages that only big schools can offer.
NACE Schools regularly meet to share best practice, which enables us to understand and improve our performance both academically and non-academically. Our access to detailed academic results from other schools within the group not only allows us to compare, it gives us an unrivaled insight into our strengths and lays the foundation for our continued improvement.
ICS is eligible to participate in the groups’ international events programme. The events offered by the programme help our students to develop their linguistic, academic, problem solving, sporting, artistic abilities and leadership skills and to build long-lasting friendships with students from other NACE schools. Opportunities for students to participate in several International exchange programs during the year are numerous Our students also have access to our NACE Group sister school, Stonar, an independent school with a specialist and renowned equestrian centre, based in Bath, west of England.