Co-curricular Activities (CCA)
The ISU Co-curricular Activities (CCA) are considered second only to the written and taught curricula in their objective to enhance learning for ISU students with respect to their opportunities to:
- pursue a more well-rounded balance in their lives
- socialize with students of different ages and cultural backgrounds
- learn new skills and develop new interests
- develop personally the traits of the IB Learner Profile
Students are encouraged to be risk takers and have an open-minded attitude by trying to learn a new skill, develop their creativity and be part of different social groups.
Co-curricular activities are offered to students in Grades 1 through 12 on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 3:15 until 4:00 p.m. (Note: Some activities may end later than 4:00). All school rules apply for all activities whether they occur on the campus or off. Co-curricular activities begin soon after the start of the school year. Sports, arts and crafts, academic or hobby clubs, student government, music and drama are examples of possible activities. Once a program of possible activities is established, primary students will be able to choose up to 2 activities per week and secondary students up to 3 per week.