News & Events
There is always something going on at CAISL. Below are some news of events, field trips, celebrations, art shows, sports tournaments, etc.
For the privacy of our children, photos were not included.
After a fun filled Spirit Week, our Elementary students celebrated Carnival with a costume parade.
Strings instruments and crazy hats go together just perfectly, as our Orchestra students showed on the evening of February 6th at the Mad Hatter Tea Party Concert.
Our EC3/4 and Kindergarten classes had the first Informances of the year on February 5th.
This year CAISL represented the USA at The Hague International Model United Nations Conference 2020.
On January 17th, CAISL Middle and High Schoolers were invited to show their talent to parents and friends.
Iberian Basketball 2020 was held in Valencia from the 11-12th January. Both Boys and Girls teams participated in this tournament, being undefeated throughout the two days.
On December 19th, EC3/4 and Kindergarten classes received a very special visitor: Santa and his best helper Elf went to each classroom to hear the children's wishes for the Holidays.
On December 17th evening, CAISL Choir and Orchestra students from 5th to 12th grades took the stage for the traditional Winter Concert.
The Winter Showcase is one of the most highly anticipated events of the school year, as it presents Grades 1 through 4 students an opportunity to be on stage (some for the first time) and show their families how much they learned in music and art classes.
Between December 12th and 14th, our Varsity Girls Soccer and Varsity Boys Basketball teams played a well disputed local tournament.
Eighteen CAISL grade 10-12 students chose to challenge themselves over our recent Thanksgiving break, November 28-30, by participating in the Yale Model Government Europe conference.
Between November 21 and 23, CAISL hosted the Fall Tournament, marking the end of the Girls Soccer and Boys Basketball season for Divisions 3, 4 and 5.
On Saturday Nov.16, a group of 15 HS students joined FestVerde in Pinhal de Leiria. This was a reforestation initiative organized by the US Embassy in collaboration with Quercus and Câmara Municipal da Marinha Grande.
The 25th conference of the Iberian Model United Nations (IMUN) brought together a record number of participants, with about 500 students involved from 27 different schools.
CAISL's collaboration with Habitat for Humanity Portugal celebrates 15 years this October. And what better way to celebrate this date than to pull up our sleeves and get to work?
On Tuesday, October 22nd, CAISL partnered with SRT Fairs to host a college fair. Representatives from over 20 Universities and colleges came to share information about their institutions with students from Grade 11 and 12.
Last Friday, October 18th, parents and children came back to school in the evening for an exciting movie night.
On the afternoon of the half-day, High Schoolers had the opportunity to stay for Career Fair to find out more about different fields of work and how ones professional life can be fulfilling.
Mr. Shawn Abbott, Vice Provost for Admissions and Financial Aid at Temple University, met with students and parents who wanted to learn more about the U.S. university system.
Not even a rainy Saturday could ruin the first CAISL Western Barbecue! A mix of the traditional Welcome Back Picnic and the Western Party, this event promised a lot of fun for all family members.
Last Wednesday, June 19th, EC3/4 and Kindergarten had their last Informances of the year, an informal in classroom performance, when parents get the opportunity to see their children's growth in music.
June 1st, international children's day, was of special significance for CAISL's senior class: it was their graduation day, and thus the last time coming to school as students.
For the very first time, our Track & Field team won the overall track meet, scoring a total of 623 points.
CAISL's Spring concert took place on May 23rd, including orchestra and choir pieces performed by students from Grade 5 to 12.
The evening of May 17th was quite an exciting one at CAISL. After long weeks of stage setting and rehearsing, the High School Drama class was ready to present the classic comedy play The Odd Couple.
On the 29th of October and 8th of April, Biology grade 9 students went to Centro de Recuperação do Lobo Ibérico, a sanctuary owned by Grupo Lobo.
This year's Junior Model United Nations was a grand success. We had over 250 students participating from several international schools.