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Established in 1985 in Minnesota, SABIS® Educational Systems, INC. (SES US) owns the exclusive rights in North America, South America, and Europe to the dynamic SABIS® Educational System. Responsible for developing the SABIS® School Network in these areas, SES US has established a range of schools in the private and public sectors. All the schools managed by SABIS® Educational Systems, INC. are supported by a team of committed and experienced professionals who ensure quality control, innovation, and efficiency.
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IAF Celebrates Pi Day
The International Academy of Flint (IAF) , a SABIS® member School located in Michigan, U.S., decided to celebrate Pi Day, which is held on March
ISF Debating Society Shines Once Again
On the heels of their success on September 21-22, 2013, in the qualifying rounds for the World Schools Debating Championships (WSDC), four
ISF Students Perform Peter Pan
On February 6 and 7,2013, the ISF International Schule Frankfurt-Rhein-Main’s Drama Club turned the school’s theater into the
ISF SLO® organizes Habitat for Humanity trip
This February, a group of ISF students spent their winter break in Portugal helping build a house for an underprivileged family. For the fifth
Holyoke Community Charter School students visit Washington D.C.
This June, 8th grade students at Holyoke Community Charter School (HCCS) participated in an educational field trip to Washington D.C. The
I like everything about [SICS], the location, how safe it is, the teachers and staff. They are very friendly and helpful. And I love the way they make learning a fun way, my daughter wakes up every morning excited to go to school. She loves it.
[I value most] the communication and relating of things that I may have any concerns about. If I call [MAIA], it is immediately taken care of with pleasing results. The staff is pleasant, understanding respectfully, and concerned for our children(s) needs. They let them know what their main function is and that's about learning and focusing on being productive citizens in their neighborhoods and communities.
She could barely do her alphabet, even though she is a bright little girl, and her emotional background was a mess at best. Now she can read and write, spell, and her math and social skills are above anything we could have anticipated. Thank you all. She can't wait to come back to [LCCS] in the fall.