Christian International School of Prague provides an American-style academically excellent educational program taught in English. One of the goals of the school is to prepare its graduates for admission to colleges and universities in North America and around the world. Therefore, students who are admitted must be fluent in English to flourish in the classroom.
In core subjects, they will be evaluated according to the school’s grading scale. Their assessment conditions may be modified according to their English Language Learning (ELL) needs. At the end of the grading period, the subject teachers will write comments to the given grade and state how the grading/expectations were modified for ELL reasons. A significant part of the grade should be effort, attitude and attendance.
In other classes such as ELL, Art, Music, PE, Bible Survey and sometimes Mathematics, they will be graded according to the school’s grading scale without modifications.
All ELL students are encouraged to obtain additional English instruction (tutoring) outside of Christian International School of Prague’s program. This is especially recommended for children in grades 4 and above. Arranging and paying for this extra tutoring is the responsibility of the parents.
English Language Requirements
CISP students are required to meet the following English language proficiency levels, as defined by the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR):
- Grades 1-2 students with all levels of English may be accepted.
- Grades 3-5 students must have an A1 (CEFR) English language competency level.
- Grades 6-8 students must have an A2 (CEFR) English language competency level.
- Grades 9-10 students must have a B1 (CEFR) English language competency level.
- Grades 11-12 students must have a B2 (CEFR) English language competency level.
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