As we celebrate Principals' Month, we invite you to get to know Mr. Southwell a little better before the "Coffee Time with the Principal", coming up in the next couple weeks.
On Super Friday, our Early Grades students' loud joy was a welcome sound in our otherwise empty buildings as they roamed the rooms and hallways playing games and doing other fun activities.
I am often amazed at God's ability to bring several unrelated moments together to get us to move forward with His plans. Over the past few weeks, the Lord has been building a thought in my mind and has used several other people and situations to confirm the path forward.
Amidst the screams and shouts of, “Oh no, Mr. Kelley is coming!” during the game Mission: Impossible, 60+ Middle Grades students strategized and planned with their house teams for victory. A favorite game during the retreat, students enjoyed running around the Martonvásár park under the watchful eyes of the Beethoven statue.
The Upper School was once again blessed to spend a couple of days in Vajta for their yearly retreat. As always, this was a great time of building unity through games and hanging out together.
Do you have a student heading to university in the next year or two? We have some timely books for you! Check them out!
On Tuesday night Student Council organized and led a night of worship for the ICSB community.
Lower Grades students at #ICSBudapest are divided into team houses to build community and to have fun with friendly competition.
The ICSB Bulldogs have literally hit the ground running this year both in Cross Country and Soccer.
Last week we discussed the importance of reading aloud, even to very young children. But what about older kids? Well, let's see...