Whether from across the globe or down the road, students from 18 months to 18 years are welcomed and supported at LCIS from their very first day.
Experience comes with age and, with 56 years of history, LCIS has a trusted record of growth and success.
Our students meet or exceed the norms on international and national exams.
IB students receive more acceptances and scholarships to university than their peers.
LCIS is regularly evaluated by the International Baccalaureate Organization, the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, and the Council of International Schools.
Our non-profit school spends over 84% of tuition dollars on teaching and learning each year.
More than two-thirds of our staff have master's or doctorate degrees.
We are proud to be 40% Bahamian and to represent 41 nationalities and 14 languages.
The International Baccalaureate curriculum cultivates problem solvers who can think creatively.
Numerous co-curricular, sporting and travel experiences enrich students’ personal development.
Our safe, multi-age campus is designed to maximize learning and a feeling of community.
“As new parents coming from abroad, we were delighted to learn that LCIS would ultimately exceed our overall expectations. From the very first days, we were surrounded by friendly faces, eager and willing to help out with the challenges of such a life-changing transition. Before long we were convinced that, not only the community, but the academics at LCIS could compete with any school in Canada.”
“When our two daughters started at LCIS, neither of them spoke any English and we had moved to the Bahamas from Estonia just a day before the school started. The school's full English immersion programme with additional support, and the professional warm support of all staff ensured that our family's transition was almost seamless. We all felt at home and in good hands from day one.”
“After graduating LCIS, I completed four years of study in Scotland, graduating with a BA in Finance. Then, I completed a MSc in Financial Communication at the University of Lugano, Switzerland. Recently, I started working at Julius Baer here in Nassau. The IB programme at LCIS raised my expectations of what life could be like after high school and forced me to exceed limits and aim high.”