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Residential Life

Knightsbridge Schools International Boarding

The KSI Montenegro boarding house is open for students from ages 11 – 18. There are currently 30 boarding places available in shared accommodation of 2-3 boarders per room. Girls and boys live in separate sections of the boarding house, overseen by friendly, professional, committed and dedicated House Parents.

A Home Away From Home

At KSI Montenegro we strive to create an environment of comfort, safety and fun for our boarders. All students are encouraged to take initiative and develop personal responsibility. They are expected to promote a friendly, welcoming and culturally understanding environment which creates a community of empowered global citizens.

Students’ routines are set-up by House Parents who support boarders on health, social, emotional and academic levels, and provide basic medical, psychological and counselling support. There is a strong emphasis on personal responsibility, respect and trust, and boarders are kept active and busy to enjoy their experience whilst reducing the risk of homesickness.

The Bay of Kotor offers a variety of outdoor and cultural activities for students, including water sports and sailing in the spring and summer months, and hiking and sightseeing throughout the year. Additionally, KSI offers culturally engaging activities to develop students as global citizens through the local and international community.

A day in the life of a KSI boarder

07:00 - 07:20 Rise and dress

07:20 - 07:55 Breakfast and prepare for school

08:00 - 14.25 School day

14:40 - 15.40 After School activities

16:00 - 18:00 Supervised study time or extra-curricular activities

18:00 - 19:00 Free-time 

19:00 - 20:00 Dinner

20:00 - 21.30 Boarding house time together 

21:30 - 22:00 Check-in and in own rooms 


Weekends are a more relaxing time for boarders. Those that are able to, leave for home after classes at 14:30 or after ASA at 15.40 on Fridays to return by 19:00pm on Sunday, whilst those that remain in residence enjoy a later rise, external trips and extracurricular activities. This consists of cultural trips, outings to the beach, sailing days, adventure activity days, sport, music and arts. Trips are designed to add educational value whilst also being socially enjoyable. Sunday evenings at 17:30 marks the start of the school week with boarders returning to campus for evening dinner and house activities.