Current Year 9 Parent (since 2016)
KSIM played an important factor in choosing to make Montenegro our home. Before moving to Montenegro, our son – who was just 10, had already attended five different schools on three different continents in 4 languages. That odyssey taught us what was important for us in a school.
If you are looking for a rigid, traditional school, then KSIM is probably not for you. On the other hand, if you believe there are better ways to prepare your children for the future than the methods employed when we were young, the school would certainly be a good fit. KSIM is a progressive, modern, International Baccalaureate school. For us, KSIM has become more than just a school; it is a community. We are all different, and we celebrate that. In short, we are proud members of the KSIM community and we look forward to welcoming new families into it.
Current Year 12 Parent (since 2017)
Another important aspect of school life is the close interaction between teachers, parents and KSIM leadership in solving any problems – whether educational, organisational or concerning the further development of this young and growing school. As a parent we feel part of the KSIM community, our opinions are taken into account which has a very positive outcome in the life of the school. The teachers are great and work cohesively, united by a common idea – to make learning fun and interesting. Children are taught independence and encouraged to be ‘inquirers’, ask questions, explore and voice their opinions, shaping those basic skills that will be useful to children in any profession they choose. My daughter goes to school with great excitement and a love for learning!
Current Year 9/12 Parent (since 2015)
Finally, the central location of the school in Tivat, near the biggest park in town really makes a big difference. Children can benefit from a safe and clean environment at their door step. We feel very privileged to be members of the KSI community and being able to count on such a good school for our children will definitely motivate us to stay longer in the area