Theater: because we believe the Arts are important, beyond the  theater arts classes offered to students in grades 5 -12, the CIS theater  arts program  also supports a student drama club, performing two major  works throughout the  school year. The Drama Club presents a play at the  end of the first  semester. Then CIS students have the opportunity to  audition for the Spring  Musical - this year's production will be The Secret  Garden.   


 

Music/Band:  music is an integral part of education at CIS. Music classes are offered K-12 focusing on the many kinds of multicultural music throughout history.  Additionally, we offer band for grades 6-12 and a brand new choir currently for 6th grade students.  Whether it be a band piece from Liberia, a choir piece from France, a middle school music class playing African drums, or an elementary class performing a song from Israel, we travel the whole world through music!    

The band performs a winter concert and a spring concert each year.  This year, in place of a band winter concert, we are going to have a Fine Arts Night.  This will include our two bands (Concert Band and Symphonic Band), the 6th Grade Choir, the Elementary Choir, the Drama Club, and art exhibits from the Visual Arts students.  It will be an exciting night packed full of great performances showing the amazing talent of our students!

 

 

 

In September we join with people arond the globe to celebrate the annual International World Day of Peace. We do so both because of our belief that the world is our family and that we believe we all are called to be peacemakers. We celebrate this day with a series of events on campus, including performances, presentations and guest speakers. 

 

 

 Each year we invite various professionals from around the community to come share about their professions with our students.  This sharing both serves to broaden our students' understanding of varied career opportunities which await them along with providing our students additional details about those opportunities. This sharing helps our students envision their futures. All students attend presentations, and our younger students also parade dressed in the professional attire of their choice. 

 

 

Career day is another way in which we welcome into our school community and onto our campus the wider world in which we live. Some of the professionals who come to share about their work are parents of our students, while others are not. These professionals represent a wide range of occupations.

 

 

 

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  • Athletics

    Student-Athletic Requirement

    Student-Athletes at Carolina International School must meet the following requirements in order to be eligible to participate on a sports team:

    Athletes must be a positive role model in the school’s community Athletes must have a C average in all of their subjects Athletes must pick up and turn in a weekly academic progress sheet to the Athletic Director. All class work and homework assignments must meet semester deadlines.

    **All behavior reports in all subjects must be positive passing grade.**

    Sports Program

     

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    Sports at CIS are offered during the Fall, Winter and Spring. Our main sport offerings are:
    Fall                              Winter                               Spring
    Girls Volleyball               Boys Basketball                    Co-Ed Golf
    Co-Ed Soccer               Girls Basketball                     Co-Ed Tennis
    Co-Ed Cross Country      Cheerleading                 


    Sportsmanship

    Athletes and coaches at Carolina International School are to be exemplary in their display of sportsmanship during practices and games. Team members should congratulate opponents with a customary shake . Physical and/or verbal abuse aimed at an opponent, official coach or teammate will result in immediate discipline by the coach, and possible, the administration. Taunting and/or inappropriate language directed toward an opponent to teammate is not “part of the game” and is inconsistent with the mission of Carolina International School. An athlete ejected from a contest is automatically suspended for the next game. Athletes are to demonstrate sportsmanship and an attitude of cooperation with coaches and teammates.

    Uniforms

    Currently, basketball, volleyball and soccer will have uniforms (included in the registration fee) and the student’s physical education uniforms will be the team uniform for cross-country and track and field.

     

     

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