Meridian International School, Kiev

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Meridian International School, Kiev
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Kyiv, Kvitnevy Provulok 5A, 04108, Podilskiy region
Type International School
Established 2001
School district Podilskiy
Principal Lymar N.
Grades Kindergarten-Year Eleven
Number of students more than 450
Language English, Ukrainian

Meridian International School, established in 2001, is an international day school in Kiev, Ukraine, catering for children from pre-school to the 11th grade.

The school offers education in Ukrainian and English. The Ukrainian program is recognised by the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine. MIS is also a member of the European Council of International Schools.

The school follows the national curriculum of Ukraine. The curriculum includes languages, mathematics, science, technology, humanities, social studies, personal, social and physical education, computer skills, music and the creative arts. Sports and extracurricular activities such as clubs and trips are also offered.

The educational equipment and facilities include computing room, library, science laboratories, theatre and art workshops.

Meridian International School opened with 51 students from kindergarten to grade 11 and now enrolls about 450 students. As of 2017, the student body consists of more than 36 nationalities. Classes are generally limited to 20 or fewer students.

The school provides bus services for students from different districts of Kiev.

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Coordinates: 50°30′07″N 30°25′44″E / 50.50194°N 30.42889°E / 50.50194; 30.42889