Flipper International School follows the Ethiopian National curriculum in coordination with the Cambridge International Curriculum, with aspects of the Montessori Educational System at the Early Years Level. Through the curriculum, FIS strives to stimulate and encourage students to acquire the skills and knowledge that enables them to be independent, creative global thinkers with high moral values.
Since January 2019, Flipper International School has been a registered school of Cambridge Assessment International Education, the only exam board wholly owned by a world-leading university, the University of Cambridge.
Education at FIS
Within the Ethiopian and the Cambridge International Curriculum framework the school follows a play and learn educational philosophy for preschool age children. The school has integrated aspects of the Montessori educational system at the Early Years level.
The following subjects are taught at grade levels:
- English, Math, Science, Geography, Design and Technology and ICT extracted from the Ethiopian and the. Amharic, Environmental science and Citizenship classes are also taught to Ethiopian Nationals as per the Ethiopian Curriculum.
- The school lays good foundation for Ethiopian Nationals to enable Ethiopian Students to sit for all required National Examinations.
- Physical Education, Music, Art are also part of the curriculum.
- The school currently provides Ethiopian National Examinations and Cambridge Standardized Assessments at the middle school and high school level.