Latest LIS News and Information
As a result of the Ebola outbreak in the Country and the declaration of a National State of Emergency, the Lebanese International School will not be re-opening as originally scheduled. However, the school hopes to commence for forms 5, Lower and Upper 6 around mid October, 2014 and other classes w...
A symbolic and historic occasion in our school is the internationally recognized Mother’s Day, which is coined Mother, Teacher and Children’s Day. Authorities thought it fit that mothers alone do not build up the child; teachers do contribute.
A variety of Arabic songs and dances were put ...
Academic excellence is an utmost priority of Lebanese International School. As a result of the kinds of examination we train our students for, it may interest concerned persons that our school doesn’t only compete with some schools in Sierra Leone but with those abroad. Our students had d...
LIS located at the Riverside Drive, Brookfields in Freetown - Sierra Leone. The best location for a school!
A brilliant, unique and cool social evening which is annually organized by the school for parents, students and teachers is kermess. This year’s kermess was held on the 12th of April 2014 at the Y.S.C. The occasion was coloured with interesting, impressive and interactive activities like raffl...
LIS flowers and butterflies
Kindergarten students express their various talents through... Read More
Debate and Quizzes
As part of its annual activities, the Lebanese International School organized ..... Read More
Days of Gold Medals
Another popular and interactive event in the .... Read More
Sixth Form Section
The normal requirement for entry into a sixth Form ‘A’ Level course is that the aspiring student should have at least five ‘O’ Level passes. It is also usual that a grade of at least C should have been obtained in the three subjects to be offered at ‘A’ Level.
The Lebanese Independence Day
is one of the nationally observed days at L.I.S. this event took place on....
The chairman of academic committee Mr Faisal Basma aims ...
Planning for College & Beyond
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Did you Know?
Did you know : 11% of people are left handed
Did you know : unless food is mixed with saliva you can't taste it
Did you know : the average person falls asleep in 7 minutes
Did you know : a bear has 42 teeth
Did you know : an ostrich's eye is bigger than it's brain
Q: Why did the student throw his watch out of the school window?
A: He wanted to see time fly.
ETIQUETTES OF SCHOOL AND STUDIES
1. Reach School on time
2. Whilst studying, do not bring your book more than one feet closer to your eyes.
3. Avoid reading whiles lying down.
4. Do not build up the habit of putting pen, pencil or money into your mouth.
5. Do not read whilst walking.
An Overview Back when our parents were born, parenting skills were learned from the extended family. If parents, grand parents, aunts and uncles didn’t live in the same house, they lived in the vicinity or within a few miles. They were always available to impart their considerable knowledge to the younger generation on various subjects - choosing the right partner, pregnancy, child birth and raising children. Now we have become such a transient society, it is rare that the extended family is even in the same state / status.
RECOLLECTIONS TO SHARE
A student once wrote in a personal narrative on the topic: My earliest recollections of Life at home” the following:-
‘Mother left when my father divorced Her ……….
My mother’s mate hated me So much and mistreated me…………..
Sometimes I had nothing to eat but went to neighbours or my elder Father’s place to eat……………
Throwing the light on how LIS was founded and then tributes to the founding fathers and boards of governors... Read More
10 Hottest Careers for College Graduates
Experts predict where the jobs will be in 2016. Read More
Students’ Art Work