CIS was honoured to be visited by the premier (first minister) of the province of PEI on February 7th. During his visit to the school, Premier Ghiz and his team met with the directors of CIS, the school principal and members of the administrative team. The premier visited grade 4 and read a short excerpt from 'Anne of Green Gables', after which he presented each of the children in grade 4 with their own personal copy of the book. The visit closed with a whole school assembly, where the premier talked about educational opportunities in PEI and Canada in general, especially for students graduating from a school with a Canadian curriculum, and answered questions from students.
Canadian International School (CIS) is a private co-educational institution which offers a complete Canadian K-12 program.
Canadian-certified teachers conduct classes in English using the same curriculum methods and resources as in schools in Canada.
CIS is accredited by the Prince Edward Island Department of Education.
CIS is accredited by Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC).
CIS is an authorized school for the IB PYP (International Baccalaureate Primary Years Program)
CIS has also received recognition from the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology in Japan, and thus the graduates of CIS will be able to apply to universities in Japan without writing any special exams for academic equivalency.