4 reviews for Prague British International School
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I adore the school so much. As someone who tried different school systems throughout my life (Lycée Français de Prague, Czech state schools, PBIS, ...) I must say without any hesitation that PBIS was the best school I've ever attended. I am currently at a uni studying psychology and every single day I use something that this school taught me - both at university and in my life. This school gave me so much and for that I am forever grateful.
Truly, the teachers are fantastic and I quote my teachers till this day. The facilities were always nice and clean. And oh god I still think about the buffet and cafeteria. This school helped me to become passionate about studying and learning and it gave me a good foundation for my later studies. The school's atmosphere was highly academic and it always motivated me to be ambitious and to try my very best. Regarding administration and inter... read full review
I have been in PBIS since the start of 2021, and my overall experience with this school is relatively good, however there are some things worth considering beforehand. The teachers and staff are fantastic, which directly affects the academics, which I would say are also on the top end of the spectrum.
The facilities are kept clean and are accessible to everyone, however don't expect rooms filled with expensive equipment. When you consider how expensive the school is, I've honestly expected more. This is where things go downhill.
From Year-9 and higher, in the Secondary campus, there is a noticeable presence of drugs, alcohol and there have been cases of vandalism. Students will do illegal activities under intense peer pressure, in order to "fit in". This has spread among most students, and the staff haven't showed great ability to deal with, and ultimately, subdue these behav... read full review
Supremely disappointing. Adding the top tier fees into the expectations, the education delivered is frighteningly bad.
Problems begin with management and spread down into bad habits and lack of accountability in the teaching staff. From having no set plan for home schooling after a summer to organize and train staff to grading systems that are different in each department, the glaring absence of leadership makes for a tragic gap in academic preparation for students.
The facilities are as promised and well kept.
The foreign language department is the one positive experience we have had this academic year.