Welcome to the After School Activities Enrichment Programmes for:
- Performing Arts
- Fine Arts & Clubs
- Non-Competitive Sports
We are delighted to offer all of our students a diverse assortment of activities that inspire our participants to develop new skills, discover and nurture individual interests and talents, and to broaden and share intercultural perspectives while fostering new social networks and friendships.
Our After School Activities encourage our students to explore and ‘taste the flavor’ of their chosen program(s) while giving our participants an enriching supplement to their class work in performing arts, fine arts, technology, strategic thinking, and sports. Students can learn new skills that generate a motivated interest towards what they ultimately pursue and /or specialize in for their future.
Those who are interested in the Performing Arts may broaden their focus with a variety of instrumental, choir, dance, drama, and theatre programs. Our numerous performances hosted here at MIS coupled withchoir camps, events, and festivals held on off-campus venues, enhance our After School Performing Arts programs with a plethora of opportunities for our students. Our superbly equipped theater, a black room for small productions, a well-appointed film room, blue room, and two auditoriums prepare and accommodate our performers with opportunities to shine. The students learn to create, develop, practice and present their works with a positive and professional attitude.
MIS is a member of: ISTA (International School Theater Association), AMIS (Association for Music in International School) and NESDA (New European Speech and Debate Association); outstanding organizations that offer a variety of educational opportunities and experiences for dedicated students to participate and grow.
Fine Arts and Clubs
Students can direct their creative passion, eye for detail, and flare for design into our Fine Arts and Clubs that offer arts & crafts, ceramics, cooking, technology, and photography. Our Chess Club offers our Junior School students another avenue to exercise and develop cognitive skills while expanding their strategic thinking abilities; MIS is also a member of NESDA (New European Speech and Debate Association). Our fine arts and clubs are intended to provide hands-on experience while nurturing sometimes undiscovered talents, new skills, and multi-dimensional cogitation.
The role of our Non-Competitive Sports activities is to give students the opportunity to try a variety of sports in a welcoming and motivating atmosphere. The programs focus on individual development and growth, while cultivating the concept of good sportsmanship and team play. This is a great venue to learn proper skills and techniques that can be used for a lifetime in recreational play or taken to new levels of competitive performance.