Inspiring Global Citizens.

World class teaching preparing students for the world of tomorrow.
100% pass rate in the IB Diploma with scores well above the global average.
Supportive community representing more than 45 nationalities.
Internationally relevant Middle Years curriculum leading to the Cambridge IGCSE.

Early Years

Ages 2 to 5

Nurturing, caring and stimulating environment and the IB Primary Years Programme from Age 3

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Elementary School

Ages 5 to 11

The IB Primary Years Programme prepares Elementary students for the next step in their educational journey

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Middle School

Ages 11 to 14

Internationally relevant Middle School curriculum leading to the Cambridge IGCSE

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High School

Ages 14 to 18

Cambridge IGCSE in the first two years providing excellent preparation for the internationally acclaimed IB Diploma Programme

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Discover Our World

Cambridge examinations inspection success

On Friday 10 May, an inspector from Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) paid an unannounced visit to our school to check whether our procedures comply with the regulations set by CIE.

Eco Committee's new initiative: #PlasticFree May Fair 2019

Before the Easter holidays, the Eco Council met to discuss and prepare for a new ecological challenge! This new initiative aims to work towards organising the first PLASTIC-FREE May Fair. Our glorious May Fair, which will be held on Saturday 25 May, will be a fun-tastic community gathering with a low environmental impact!

High School students attend Enel's inspirational "Women in Tech"

Before the Easter break, Ginevra C. in Year 12, Monica P. and Rebecca L. in Year 11, attended an event at Enel's headquarters, which aimed to make students aware of the opportunities offered by the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) pathways.

RIS participates in the NACE Model United Nations in Madrid

Three Year 10 RIS students had the opportunity to participate in the NACE MUN held in Madrid, Spain from 8 to 11 April, 2019. The model United Nations conference was hosted by the Agora International School Madrid, one of the 13 schools in the NACE family that participated in the MUN conference.