Introduction to ISP

ISP offers a student-centred environment for its diverse community of over 60 nationalities, from early childhood (age 3) to young adulthood (age 18). An innovative, future-focused school we continually evolve our programs and practices to prepare our students to adapt and contribute responsibly to an ever-changing world.

Campus view from the sky


As a nonprofit independent school, ISP prides itself in investing in the best possible faculty and staff from throughout the world.

ISP faculty and staff are drawn from around 20 nationalities. Around three quarters of faculty are citizens of the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom.


ISP students experience a positive and supportive atmosphere, a dedicated and professional faculty and staff, including an in-house Psychologist & Wellbeing Coordinator, and an active and supportive School Community Association (parent volunteer group).


Learning to lead healthy, fulfilling and purposeful lives, our students benefit from a single, purpose-built campus. Learners are actively learning in flexible, light-filled spaces.

Students also take advantage of ISP’s location next to the beautiful Divoká Šárka nature reserve, where learning takes place outdoors.


ISP is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges and offers the International Baccalaureate (IB) diploma program to students in Grades 11 and 12. ISP is also authorized by the Czech Ministry of Education to educate foreign nationals and Czech citizens.