Pristina - School Report Question and Answers

What is the greatest strength of this school?

Great big family with top teachers and place where kids love to learn. My son is always racing out to wait for bus with backpack. - Feb 2016

It is the rights size to feel like a community rather than just a school and stimulates the child to become smart and sociable. - Feb 2016

The greatest strength of this school is the dedicated teachers and staff. Everybody is very engaged and enthusiastic about working at PHS. This creates a very warm climate at the school. - Apr 2014

This school is part of the expat community and you can tell. It's a warm, welcoming, and safe place for our kids. I love the teachers my kids have - there is a lot of willingness to learn and continue their own education which is fabulous. I'm already sad that our fifth grader will need to move on to another school at the end of the school year. (ILG is an elementary school.) - Mar 2014

Class size, physical premises - Mar 2014

It has a very warm and welcoming atmosphere and is still small enough (with about 100 children)to feel cozy.All of the children know eachother and all of the parents as well. - Nov 2012

International Learning Group was started as a small school to meet the needs of International (ex-pats) who were working in Kosovo.As such it has grown over the years to become a warm and welcoming school, with children from more than 30 nationalities.The teachers and staff are enthusiastic and committed to providing a nurturing and positive environment, and the parents/ family community is very supportive and involved. - Oct 2012


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