6 years ago, ISPS became a home to me. ISPS is no longer four letters, or a building or even a school. ISPS has created an environment where everyone feels comfortable, included, and engaged in learning.
The diversity of ISPS' student population broadens the spectrum of what constitutes the quintessential ISPS student experience.
Students come from over 50 countries; from cities, suburbs, small towns and farms; from public and private schools; and from every ethnic and religious background. Thanks to the well-balanced mix of local and international students ISPS is able to offer synergies in learning and living that no other school can currently offer.
Our warm, dynamic, and welcoming community is the result of the diverse and inclusive group of students, teachers, parents, and staff who choose to call ISPS their second home. Events like our International Week, for example, truly showcase the uniqueness that makes up the DNA at ISPS.
As a preferred school, The International School of Port of Spain (ISPS) is valued by the students, parents, alumni and those in our tight-knit community. Here they share their thoughts and feedback on the school's curricula, teaching approaches and achievements.
Read and view the testimonials and experience from parents and students that have actively participated in the growth of the International School of Port of Spain's community.
I have been at ISPS for approximately eleven years. My entire education has been wrapped up in the ISPS experience. The diversity and inclusion espoused by ISPS is a multicultural mix of the best parts of people from different parts of the world. I have found the teaching delivered by the ISPS teaching community to be rewarding, challenging, and insightful.
I entered ISPS in grade 5 so I have experienced Elementary, Middle, and now High School. It has been a rollercoaster of classes, friends, and now COVID. Through this, though I have learned that ISPS is like a family to me. If I am confused or concerned my teachers are always available to assist me with the material so that I can perform to the best of my ability. Even if it takes a while I always come out feeling a sense of achievement.
Being a student of the international school of Port of Spain for the past 7 years has helped me discover many new aspects of myself. As I’ve grown through the years, my teachers have always kept me motivated to accomplish my tasks and worked alongside each student to harness their individual learning styles while accomplishing daily tasks.
I have been a student at ISPS since 4th grade. I love the multicultural community of students and teachers. I have made great friendships during my years at ISPS. I enjoy the curriculum because ISPS encourages each and every student to develop individual talents, independence, interests and aptitudes.
I have attended the International School of Port of Spain since 2012.Throughout my educational journey for the past 8 years, I’ve learned a lot about myself and my fortitude to succeed.
I have been at ISPS for 6 years, and am now in my senior year, my final year of high school. For everyone ISPS has different meanings to them but for me it has always meant family. Everyone from the teachers to the students has been like a huge family. One of my best memories at ISPS has been playing on the volleyball team for the majority of my time here.
ISPS is a vibrant learning community full of families from all around the world. My school is a place where anyone can be themselves and will be accepted.
It’s been a short 14 months since I’ve been in enrolled at ISPS , and that time was severed in half due to the pandemic. However, in the short span of time I’ve been here, I’ve never felt more blessed than to be immersed in such a vibrant community that bleeds joy, spirit and love.
I am beyond excited to help lead the middle school to a hopeful and exciting year. I hope that by the end of the year I help make online leaning more enjoyable and help make everyone more persistent to stay positive.
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