Do expatriate students socialize with local students at the school? Are both groups successfully integrated into the school culture?

Yes! This is what I like about ICS also. My kids are friends with both international and local students. You rarely see ACS kids hanging out with local kids. There is a big divide. - Sep 2019


YES! It is a must. There are different socioeconomic levels among the students also. There aren't really "cliques" so to speak. - Nov 2018


Yes! I love this about ICS. My daughter just had a birthday party, and her friends who came over were from Zimbabwe, Nigeria, South Korea, Australia, France, Sweden, Jordan, Canada, Germany...... Love it. It's truly an international school, and this is one thing we were looking for versus the local American school. - Feb 2018


Breakdown is more among different nationalities as a big percentage are expats. There is also a divide between boarders and day students simply because the day students aren't around for the activities in the evenings. - Apr 2017


Yes, I think they are in the elementary school. - Aug 2016


Yes, all the time. - Sep 2015


Some, but less as the kids get older. This is understandable as the expats cycle through, but it creates a not-so-great social scene for expats in the higher grades. - Aug 2015


Yes. The majority of his classroom is American but there are also students from various other countries. - Jan 2015


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