Our school has a proven track record of success, which we measure in many different ways. From academic achievement, our results are consistently some of the best in Prague, to sporting, musical and volunteering excellence, we're committed to helping every student achieve their best
We are dedicated to ensuring that every one of our students is able to grow, progress and achieve during their time with us. Our teaching and learning, through the framework of the English National Curriculum and the IB Diploma, is rigorous and broad, whilst our outlook is international. This helps our students to become knowledgable and enquiring individuals, prepared for university and work with great qualifications, skills and a commitment to internationalism.
In a classroom success can be measured on results, but it's also measured on the individual goals, targets and attainments our students achieve. From learning your first sentences in English after a few weeks in our Early Years classes, to overcoming a fear of public speaking presenting your latest CAS project in a whole school assembly, our students are constantly given opportunities to develop.
In 2016 our students achieved the following academic results:
- Almost 40% of IGCSEs were passed at either A* or A grade
- 100% of our IB students passed the IB Diploma
- Our IB Diploma average score was 34, very much at the highest levels of Prague's international schools and far surpassing the world average of 29.8
Our alumni also go on to great universities and careers, you can read about two below:
"Remembering my time at EISP, I remember the best thing is its size. It s a small community, so it feels like a family. After only a short time one can manage to recognise everybody’s face. Besides, everybody’s so friendly and approachable. Having a typical class size of 10, everybody gets enough tailored attention from teachers; the conversations are like between friends.
"The IB really felt like following a university schedule whilst in high school. Now at university, talking to some other IB graduates, we agree that studying the IB helped us in time-management, which is critical in university life. Getting an IB Diploma means one learns to successfully balance time spent on each of the six subjects and the three additional components, which is really not an easy task."
Hang Wang, EISP alumnus, currently studying Computer Science at Cambridge University
"I was very grateful for having an opportunity to study as a scholarship student at EISP. It was here where I found my deep interest in sciences which later led me to choose medicine as my future career, but it wouldn’t have happened without the combination of great teachers and a well designed curriculum.
"It was the friendliness of the school and the great teachers that really stood out for me at EISP."
Martina Pařízková, EISP alumna, currently studying medicine at Charles University, Prague
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