NIS made a commitment to educate “the whole child”. Involvement in school events acts as a fundamental tool in the building of a successful community. Likewise, involvement in extracurricular activities is integral to the overall development of the student and staff body.
Sports, arts, music, gaming, inclusion, recognition, and autonomy are necessary components that take place outside of the classroom and exist as the building blocks of critical thinking, time management, and academic competence.
Our activities and events include, but are not limited to:
Model United Nations
Year Book Club