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Parent Information evenings

KSI Montenegro considers parents an important part of the school’s community.

At the beginning of each school year, an Open Day is held for both current and prospective families. During this day we introduce our Head of the school and teachers to the new families, we talk about the IB programme, plans for the upcoming school year and for those who haven't had the chance to see the school’s facilities, a school tour is organised.  Open Day gives us a chance to share all the necessary information that families need.


Parents Involvement and Volunteerism

Knightsbridge Schools International is a community of learners where students, staff and parents work together to create a healthy, nurturing learning environment. KSI welcomes the involvement of all members of the community.

KSI Montenegro has a Parent Association comprised of parents representing different cultures/languages & interests in the community.  All KSI Montenegro parents are members of the Knightsbridge School International Montenegro Parents Association (KSIMPA).

Our Head of the School, staff and the Parent Association work together towards making our school an integrated community.

The Parents Association strives to help create an environment where we all work & play together to support our school community, its future plans and chosen charities through organising fundraising, volunteering, & social events.

The Parent Association invites all parents to its meetings and events, to meet and work with other parents and become a part of this dynamic group. Parents Association meetings are held the first Tuesday of every month.

Participating in the Knightsbridge School Montenegro Parents Association (KSIMPA) is an important way in which you can support your child’s school. KSIMPA relies on parent volunteers to enrich the school experience for our students. We encourage parents to participate and we value their efforts, as their contribution to the school through the KSIMPA make a tremendous difference for their child, as well as the whole school.

If you would like to contact Parents Association please write to

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