On Monday the 22nd of August we are welcoming over 100 new students to our community! We are very excited to meet all the new students. On Tuesday the 23rd, all returning students will also be coming back to school.
The Foundation Years consist of Grades 6, 7 and 8. This is a very exciting and precious time in a young person’s life. It is also a period of transition as students move into secondary school and adolescence.
The Middle Years, Grades 9 and 10, are an exciting period of a student’s academic, personal and social development. They form both a natural progression from the RISS Foundation Years and an excellent preparation for the RISS IB DP/CP programmes or other pathways of study and work.
The Senior Years, Grades 11 and 12, are a time of incredible value and progress in our student's social, intellectual and moral development. Our students are encouraged by our holistic yet challenging academic programmes to become truly responsible internationally minded students.
Welcome to RISS
Educating for self-awareness, curiosity and integrity in a changing world.
We strive to build strong and positive lifetime relationships.
We have the courage to be ourselves, to make ethical choices and to grasp fully the opportunities offered by the school and community.
We believe in respecting ourselves, others and our environment.
We accept responsibility for our actions and the effect they have on those around us.
News and Events
Almost every month, ACCESS organises a morning information session to recruit new volunteers. This is an important event for us and for those who want to become volunteers. During this meeting, we give an informative presentation on ACCESS, its organisational structure and our volunteers.
RISS and ACCESS have successfully partnered over the years. Teams of international volunteers help the international community in the Netherlands by answering questions about moving to, settling and living in the Netherlands.
Get to know our community
Rotterdam seems like a thriving City and RISS matches my philosophy and ideals as an educator.
It is my main objective for each student to have positive memories of their mathematics education.
As a house captain, I want to create an improved sense of competitiveness in my house!
It is in the classroom where this profession's true meaning is derived.
I aspire to make everyone feel welcome to enjoy their secondary school years while they can.