Role of the Personal Project
The personal project is a significant body of work produced over an extended period.
It is a product of the student’s own initiative and should reflect his/her experience of the MYP. The personal project holds a very important place in the program. It provides an excellent opportunity for students to produce a truly creative piece of work of their choice and to demonstrate the skills they have developed in approaches to learning.
Gold medals aren’t really made of gold. They’re made of sweat, determination, and a hard-to-find alloy called guts. — Dan Gable
The CIC Athletics Department believes in promoting quality and character of each student athlete. We work continually to offer the best experiences and opportunities for our athletes both academically and athletically where students are challenged in sports’ competitions as well as in the classroom.
The Athletics program stresses personal character with emphasis on the values of respect, responsibility, integrity, leadership and sportsmanship.
The CIC Athletics Program has quality students-athletes, coaches and staff who help promote the success of this program.
Theater and Drama Plays
The Drama Club is a great opportunity for students to express themselves or to perform in an imaginative and unusually dramatic way. Some of the main objectives in Drama productions are to be in contact with World Literature to value the dramatic process and famous writers in modern languages throughout the centuries. It also motivates students to develop artistic techniques, such as character development, scene studies and other technical resources.
This activity is developed along the year in different quarters and it involves Elementary, Middle and High School Students. This is one of the most significant after school activities at CIC since this is part of the Elementary, MYP and IB Diploma Program.
The Music program at CIC is integrated and aligned PN-12. Students who matriculate through CIC begin with basic music perception skills, then acquire music appreciation skills, and then grow through music performance, analysis and composition skills. At all levels, students learn developmentally-appropriate theoretical and historical concepts. Throughout the process and at all levels, the CIC Instrumental music program inculcates in its young performing artists important life skills such as organization, responsibility, respect, teamwork, leadership, critical thinking, research, leadership and self confidence.