Inspired is proud to welcome recently acquired International School of Como (IS Como) and International School of Ticino (IS Ticino) in Italy and Switzerland, along with new Brookhouse Runda campus in Kenya, launching later this year.
IS Como (www.iscomo.com) located in Fino Mornasco near the shores of Lake Como, Italy was founded in 2002 and has contributed to the expansion of international education in Northern Italy by offering the International Baccalaureate (IB) curriculum. IS Como currently consists of about 300 students aged between 3 and 16 years old from 38 nationalities. The language of instruction is English and the school is a student-centred community of internationally-minded learners, offering a balanced and challenging curriculum within a safe and nurturing environment. IS Como is an IB Diploma candidate school aiming to offer the programme from 2018.
IS Ticino (www.isticino.com) opened its doors in 2014, providing a broad and balanced international education. The school provides an outstanding IB Primary Years Programme (the only one in the Swiss Canton of Ticino) to local and expatriate students between the ages of 3 and 11 years old. The language of instruction is English, and particular emphasis is placed on celebrating the unique talents of each individual and creating a supportive and stimulating environment that enables children to play a proactive role in reaching their full potential.
Brookhouse Karen is looking forward to opening its sister school in the delightful residential area of Runda in the north of Nairobi, Kenya. The new Runda campus will be a state-of-the-art facility, equipped with resources to support and inspire our students in their learning. Brookhouse Runda opens in September 2017. For more information visit: Brookhouse Runda
Inspired’s premium international schools are located in Europe, Australia, Latin America and Africa. Each Inspired school is individually developed and designed in response to their environment and location, delivering an excellent education to their respective communities.