ICS Milan has two sisters schools in London and Milan.
ICS London: A strong ethical foundation and outstanding academic results
The International Community School (ICS) London was founded in 1979 on fundamental principles of freedom, democracy, respect and international inclusion. Originally conceived as an English school for the children of overseas diplomats and business people working in London, ICS grew rapidly developing into a fully-fledged academic school.
In the mid-2000s International Community School introduced the International Baccalaureate into its curriculum, with a view to providing its students with a broad based, academically challenging international educational programme.
Today, ICS inspires students from 3 to 18 years old to become agile and independent thinkers, developing the passion, confidence and skills required for success in today’s global forum. The school has three locations in London: the primary premises is located at 7B Wyndham Place; the secondary site is at 21 Star Street; and the residential facility is at 89 Brown Street.
Achieving an average score of 34 points in the International Baccalaureate Diploma, the most prestigious universities in the world are accessible to ICS students. At all academic stages, even from the earliest years of education at ICS, the excellent teaching staff, cutting edge methodologies and great resources available to ICS students enable them to achieve results that are far above the international average.
ICS joined the Globeducate Group in 2017, and forms an integral part of Globeducate’s International Exchange Programme, participating fully in the international events organised by the group and welcoming students from all over the world to its residential summer school.
ICS Paris: An international focus
ICS Paris (previously Victor Hugo International School) was formed in 1954 as part of the EAB group of bilingual schools, which is known today as the EIB (Escuela Internacional Bilingüe) group.
Located in a large and beautiful building in the XV district of Paris, it is a private international school with representatives from more than 70 nationalities amongst its students and teachers.
Designed to provide students with everything they need for their academic success and personal well-being, Victor Hugo International School delivers the curriculum principally in English with activities such as music, art and sports taught in French.
The school offers several International, British (Cambridge IGCSE and A-level) and American (High School Diploma, SAT and AP) examinations programmes in order to ensure that students are thoroughly prepared for university in the country of their choice.
Victor Hugo International School has been part of Globeducate since 2015, further developing its international credentials thanks to the international exchange schemes and events programmes organised by the Globeducate group.