School Closure Information
Due to the COVID-19 situation, both RISS campuses have been closed until June 1st, 2020. Our faculty and staff have been continuing their work with students through digital learning possibilities.
Since June 2nd, we have been able to open our doors again for students in grades 6, 9, and 11. Starting June 15th, we will be following our regular timetable for students and staff at a 50% attendance rate to make sure we can meet the social distancing guidelines set by the Dutch government.
We will keep you updated with news and updates on this page as well as via email directly from the school management. Thank you for understanding and your cooperation.
Student work during distance learning
In light of the COVID-19 quarantine, three of our students came up with the idea to host a weekly Podcast about the situation, what keeps them busy and more! For more information and to listen to the Podcast, please check out their website.
Research and reflections on Pandemics
"In the midst of the current corona crisis, it is easy to feel utterly powerless against the rampage that this virus has caused, whether social, political and economic."
History students in grade 12 have been working on researching pandemics throughout history and wrote individual reflections on how the pandemic affects their life.
Information for students and parents about how we continue to offer education during school closure.
The latest information about the situation and the impact it has on our community.
Our admissions department continuously supports prospective families choosing RISS.
For any questions to RISS administration or any COVID-19 inquiries, please contact us via the following email address: