Introduction to ISP

ISP is a non-profit, independent educational institution. Established in 1948, ISP is one of the oldest continually operating international schools in Europe. It has its roots in Prague’s diplomatic community, a relationship that endures to this day.

Campus view from the sky


ISP celebrates its diverse community, with students from over 60 nationalities.



ISP educates students from early childhood (age 3) to young adulthood (age 18).

Learning is based on the best practices of educational systems around the world, culminating
in the opportunity to earn the International Baccalaureate diploma.



ISP’s student population of approximately 900 children encompasses over 60 nationalities.


ISP students experience a positive and supportive atmosphere, a dedicated and professional faculty and staff, and an active and supportive School Community Association (parent volunteer group).


The purpose-built ISP campus is located next to the Divoká Šárka nature reserve, an area of outstanding natural beauty, only 30 minutes from the bustle of Wenceslas Square.


ISP is accredited by the Council of International Schools and 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.