Kyiv International School

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Kyiv International School
Type Private, International
Motto Success For All
Established September of 1992
School Director Mr. Eben Plese
Faculty 91
Enrollment 615 total
Average class size 16 students
Colour(s) Red & Black         
Mascot Kozak

Kyiv International School is a private international school located in Kiev, Ukraine. It was founded in September 1992, and is part of the Quality Schools International group, as well as a member of CEESA, Central and Eastern European Schools Association.[1] The school offers N-12 education in the English language, including a DP International Baccalaureate program[2] and also Advanced Placement courses.

In May 2001 the school moved into a new facility near the Svyatoshyn metro in Kiev.

The academic program uses a Performance-Based Mastery Learning approach to learning. It is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.[3][citation needed]It also has scholarship contracts, and follows an A,B,P,D,H grading.


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