CISP has an excellent drama program that everyone enjoys — as actors, backstage or audience. On actual stage we most recently enjoyed “Arsenic and Old Lace” by Joseph Kesselring. Some of our past drama productions have been first play by Woody Allen: Don't drink the water, “The Glass Menagerie” by Tennessee Williams, “The Mousetrap”, by Agatha Christie and fall of 2017 the classic tale of Peter Pan — Adventures in Neverland.
Our most recent drama project Diary of Anne Frank has been moved to virtual world and premiered on February 2021. Watch on CISP YouTube Chanel.
High school drama club: for more information please email Phil Brande at firstname.lastname@example.org
Music is valued at our school. Musical performances are held throughout the school year: a Christmas concert, a secondary performance (musical or play), and a spring concert. Twice a year, students that take individual music classes, have a recital.
Students have various music classes, private lessons on a variety of musical instruments, they learn music theory and music appreciation
We also have a choir, of course.
Our students develop their artistic abilities by participating in art classes. Every year our visual art classes culminate with a school-wide art exhibition that is open to the public.
The fine arts program at CISP includes: Art, Drawing, Photography, Digital Graphics
Honor Choir and Orchestra
Each year select CISP students participate in the ACSI Europe Honor Choir and Orchestra, made up of students representing Christian International Schools throughout Europe. Students and teachers meet each year with the purpose to draw closer to God through the worshipful act of singing and instrumental playing; to advance the education of students and teachers by developing their understanding, knowledge and appreciation of music; to encourage high standards of musical performance in students; to inspire creativity through valuable music repertoire.