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The first of Monaco’s schools to restart at the end of the long summer break, the International School of Monaco resumes classes on Tuesday, August 28, for middle and secondary school students.
Early Years and Primary School students return to school on the following day, Wednesday, August 29.
Staff have been hard at work at the school since the middle of August, preparing for the new term. More than 640 students are enrolled at ISM, which first opened its doors in September 1994, at 12 Quai Antoine 1, with just 34 pupils.
One of the landmark events in the history of the school was the expansion into the former Yacht Club, at 16 Quai Antoine 1, in September, 2015, to house the Early Years children, a cafeteria for the entire school and a rooftop playground.
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