The study at the high school is divided into four years up to the year 10 to year 13. The students studying here are from 14 to 17 years old.
The language of instruction is English. Students who attend high school with insufficient knowledge of English undergo an intensive preparatory language course.
At the end of their studies at the high school, students terminate their work in the MIS with the international IGCSE exam. As part of the Czech program, Czech students continue their intensive one-year study at our partner high school Trojská, where they prepare for the state maturita examination in a Czech-speaking environment.
This is now my eighth year at Meridian International School. Moving forward, I am looking forward to contributing to the positive work of our teachers and leadership team, to further help Meridian continue its development of a successful, caring, learning environment for our students; Richard Jackson
Students from Meridian International School, accompanied by Mr. Daniel and Mr. Necmettin, achieved an impressive result at the recent Infomatrix 2017 competition in Bucharest.
This year, more than 45000 students registered to Pangea. 326 of them passed the first round and came to final to National Museum in Prague. (more…)
Ms. Aurelie took my French students from grade 5 to an authentic French cafe, Rendez-vous, here in Prague as part of a project. (more…)
Meridian 5th Graders visited Útulek v Troji which is a shelter for dogs and some other animals. (more…)
On Friday 17th March, selected Grade 7 students attended the AMAVET RoboRAVE competition in Pardubice. (more…)
Our 5th graders went to HiLASE, the Institute of Physics in Prague. Our children learnt what a laser beam is and they learnt about their applications in the real world. (more…)
Grade 10 students make Chemistry Christmas tree to decorate the lab. Each student prepare a solution which has a different colour. (more…)
On November, 25, students from 11th and 12th grade attended the Open Day of the University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague. (more…)
At the end of October students from 8th – 11th grade had the opportunity to participate in a cultural trip to Paris, France. (more…)
Friendship is a relationship of mutual affection between people. (more…)
Head of Prague 8, Mr. Roman Petrus, honored us by joining opening ceremony of our new high school building.
The third grade students celebrated Saint Patrick’s Day, being healthy, and that Spring is almost upon us by having a “Green Party” on March 18th. (more…)
6th Graders had a new experience this year.. They visited an orphanage, Klokánek in Praha 8. (more…)
In the short movie club, Grade 6 students shot a movie about elderly people and named it “Respect Your Elders”. (more…)
I think that MIS is preparing kids for life very well. They are taught here to respect each other and other cultures and also to keep our own traditions. Also the curriculum is really well done. My daughter has gained a lot of knowledge what she would not get at other schools.
Today a proper education is a basic necessity. At the same time the prime focus is on building great citizens of tomorrow. Meridian has an inclusive culture which fosters compassion and instills responsibility in the growing process of the children. Thanks to the director, the management, the staff and all of the meridian family which has well established governance system, that supports the wholesome development.
One of the things I really like about Meridian is the educational system that we have here. It's very different to what I was taught before but I really like the flow of it. Further I really like the teachers, they have a good sense of what is important for the students. And I definitely love the students here - as s head girl it's my jobs to look out for them and I just love the way people treat each other here.
At Meridian Irealy appreciate the teacher. They are very kind and conscience and so they help us with everything we want, for example some homework or school work if we don't understand, we can ask them and they are just there for us. And also I like other students, many of them became my friends. Out of school everyone is very kind, there is no discrimination and they will help you with anything you want.
I like Meridian because when I came from Indonesia I felt kinda alone but I found a lot of friends and the teachers were really nice and helpful in teaching me new things. The school extended my skill and it really gave me a good future that I will be able to study abroad, and I really value this experience since it has been the best three years of my life.