On Wednesday, 3 April, the students and teachers of International School Savremena welcomed two experts on non-violent conflict solutions and peer violence.
On Monday, 1 April, the students of Savremena visited the magnificent city of Vršac and the Hemofarm factory. Year 11 students came back richer with knowledge in Biology, Geography, History, Chemistry and Economics.
From 13 to 17 March, the students of Savremena, as well as 300 other people from various countries, got together to show their enthusiasm for improving our society during the Belgrade International Model United Nations (BIMUN).
On Monday, 25 March, Year 10 students travelled to Niš with their class teacher Jovana Živković, school life coordinator Neda Jovović, and psychology teacher Nikola Samac.
On Friday, 22 March the students from Years 10, 11 and 12 went with their English and Sociology teacher, Jovana Živković, and the school life coordinator Neda Jovović to the American Corner for a teen conversation workshop.
Students and teachers of International School Savremena have once again proved that their social responsibility is at an enviable level.
Savremena’s students successfully pass the preliminary round of the Global HIPPO English competition
International School Savremena wishes to provide its students with various extracurricular activities. For this reason, Saturday, 3 March was dedicated to the Global HIPPO English language competition.
Students of International School Savremena attend the presentation of the University of New York in Prague
On Thursday, 7 March, International School Savremena welcomed an extraordinary young woman, Irina Tertychnaya, who presented the programme of the University of New York in Prague to the eager students of Savremena. As the Admissions Advisor for the University, Ms Tertychnaya was the right person to answer the students’ numerous questions. The number of students…Details
On Thursday, 14 February, love was celebrated at International School Savremena, as well.
I have always dreamt of attending a perfect university, and since the first day I took the path towards making that dream come true.
Last week, the education agency Via Academica held a successful presentation at International School Savremena which helped our students start preparing for university enrolment on time.
Another notable achievement: Global School of Entrepreneurship medal and certificate for Katarina Aleksić
Driven by her wish to learn new skills and enrich her CV, Katarina Aleksić, Savremena’s student from class 12b, applied for the Global School of Entrepreneurship – of course, with Savremena’s full support, as the school is always eager to help its students in their constructive endeavours.
For several years now, International School Savremena has been organising interesting educational activities and events at the end of the school year, as a way to reward the students for all their hard work.
On 17 December the students of International School Savremena, together with their teacher Tatjana Koluvija, donated gift baskets to the children at the Drinka Pavlović Children’s Home.
Second time in front of an audience: A truly different New Year’s musical “SGrease” dazzled Čukarica Cultural Centre
On Friday, 14 December, starting from 3 PM at the Čukarica Cultural Centre, the students of International School Savremena once again performed an adaptation of the timeless musical “Grease” for eighth graders from Belgrade primary schools, as well as for the students of Savremena Gimnazija and International School Savremena.
International School Savremena has once again proven that it is concerned with its students’ well-being as well as their academic success.
The students of International School Savremena attended the play “When Someone Rings the Doorbell”, written by the French writer André-Paul Antoine on Thursday, 13 December at the Čukarica Cultural Centre.
It is never too early to plan for the future. International School Savremena believes in the proactive approach to the choice of one’s calling, which is why the ambitious and dedicated students of Savremena were presented with an opportunity to learn everything about University of Belgrade’s Faculty of Economics.
A wealth of medals: Savremena’s national synchronised swimming team member Dora Vaščanin triumphs again
Dora Vaščanin, Savremena’s first-year student and member of the national synchronised swimming national team, has recently won numerous medals.
For the students of International School Savremena, Thursday, 29 November was dedicated to sciences and the future of this beautiful planet that we live on.
Friday was a day dedicated to healthy food and healthy spirit. The students and teachers alike were invited to the presentation on healthy food and healthy supplements given by the PE teacher, Uroš Krstović. The conversation covered a wide range of topics concerning healthy eating as well as physical exercise, and all participants heard numerous…Details
On Friday, 23 November, International School Savremena was the host to an extraordinary group of young people from the Teach Us All foundation who gave a presentation to the students of Savremena on studying in the USA.
Students and teachers of International School Savremena showed their awareness of contemporary social issues.
The students of Year 11 and Year 12 had an exceptional chance to meet two business people during their interdisciplinary lesson which connected Sociology, Economics and Global Perspectives.
On Friday, 16 November, Youth for Understanding (YFU), a world-wide known organisation for student exchange, held a presentation of its programmes at International School Savremena.
Talent of Savremena’s students: Photographer Elena Taševski presents her work in Belgrade and opens exhibition in Pula
Savremena’s class I-4 student Elena Taševski is serious about photography, as proven by her works. She recently had an exhibition in Belgrade as part of the birthday celebration held by Fabrika fotografa (Factory of Photographers). Soon afterwards, she opened a photo exhibition in Pula.
On Thursday, 1 November, one of the most prominent youth organisations of today gave a presentation to the students of International School Savremena on the Global School of Entrepreneurship project.
It’s no surprise to see Savremena’s students bring medals and laurels to the school.
It’s no surprise to see Savremena’s students bring medals and laurels to the school.
On Thursday, 1 November, the students of International School Savremena had a unique opportunity to learn about the inner workings of the Belgrade Stock Exchange (BSE), when they visited this institution together with their Business and Economics teacher Ms Marija Milić.
International School Savremena organised the Halloween week at the school for the fourth year in a row. The traditional event includes several days of Halloween-themed lessons, spooky decoration around the school, and the star event, the costume party which took place on Wednesday, 31 October.
On Monday, 29 October, the students of International School Savremena visited the National Bank of Serbia (NBS), a modern national and European institution.
For the students of International School Savremena, Thursday, 25 October was Book Day. Together with their physics and mathematics teacher, the students visited the 63rd International Belgrade Book Fair, and during the course of nearly four hours spent there, they had the opportunity to visit different stands and find the books that suit their taste.
Blend of Geography, Economics and Global Perspectives: See how Savremena’s students learnt about globalisation in a truly different way
The students of Year 11 had a unique chance to explore the topic of globalisation from different perspectives during the interdisciplinary lesson which connected Geography, Economics and Global Perspectives. Even though the students were presented with different views on the topic, they also pinpointed the characteristics that are common for all three subjects.
Students and teachers of International School Savremena have once again shown their social responsibility and understanding of the support to marginalised groups of people.
Savremena’s kickboxer Nataša Katić won a gold medal at the Belgrade Championship held on Saturday, 6 October in Lazarevac, at the SRC Kolubara sports hall. The championship was organised by the Kolubara kickboxing club, together with the Kickboxing Federation of Belgrade.
Extraordinary achievements by Savremena students: Matija and Jana among the top 3% of Cambridge students in the world
We are very proud to have two student with exemplary results on their IGCSE exams – Matija Šarenac and Jana Marinović received their Cambridge ICE diplomas ‘With Distinction’ this August.
On 28 September, Savremena’s guitarist Nikola Milosavljević took part in the ‘Autumn in Čukarica’ music event, as one of the young talents from the Vatroslav Jagić music school.
Accomplishments come naturally to her: First place for Adriana Salahović at Angel Voice international music festival
On Friday, 28 September, Savremena’s third-year student Adriana Salahović participated, as a member of the “Glasovi Nade” singing school, in the international music festival Angel Voice in Belgrade, where she won first place in the 16-18 age category.
From Arilje to Vienna: Savremena’s guitarist Nikola Milosavljević participates in two music events this summer
Savremena’s third-year student Nikola Milosavljević used his summer break for education and his greatest love – the guitar. While his peers were relaxing on the beach or the mountains, Nikola participated in two music events – ARLEMM, a summer music event in Arilje, and the international guitar festival Forum Gitarre Wien.
Distinguished alumna at a prestigious university in Germany: Former best student of her generation Katarina Kinđić attends business studies
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Ana, Matija and Elena at Kingdom Education Summer School in Great Britain and USA: Scholarships open doors to Cambridge, Harvard and Yale
Promoting intercultural and academic student exchanges has always been an important part of school life at International School Savremena.
A school is only as successful as its students. Once again Tara Ćulibrk shone like a star in the world of swimming, bringing medals to Savremena from yet another competition.
Yet another school year has started! On 3 September, Year 11, Year 12 and Year 13 students of International School Savremena returned to the familiar classrooms and hallways, while Year 10 students were introduced to their new school and friends, and learnt about the inspirational and educational lessons from their teachers.
International School Savremena’s student Danilo Stokanić ranks second in entrance exam at Faculty of Medicine
Danilo Stokanić, Savremena’s student attending the Cambridge International Programme, achieved great success by winning as many as 50 points in biology and chemistry tests, ranking second at the entrance exam at the Faculty of Medicine with a total of 88.78 points.
Savremena’s students at the White Palace: Organising the reception and taking part in the workshop held by the esteemed lecturer Christopher Thurber
On Friday, 29 June, Savremena’s students had the honour and pleasure to participate in the organisation of a reception at the White Palace. The following day, on Saturday, 30 June, they attended a workshop held by the renowned lecturer Christopher Thurber, after which they took part in a workshop and enjoyed a tour of the palatial complex.
Savremena joined in the celebration of Women’s Golf Day. On Tuesday, 5 June, at the Belgrade Golf Club, Savremena’s teachers spent the day with female golf players and other fans of the sport.
International School Savremena’s students who attended the Cambridge programme received their diplomas at the formal ceremony held on 15 June at the Metropol Palace in Belgrade.
International School Savremena prepared a wonderful surprise for its Y10 students to mark the end of their first school year at Savremena. This time, they had a chance to experience an exciting and truly different interdisciplinary lesson in geography, biology and history outside of their classroom.
Savremena’s students are very curious about natural phenomena, and enjoy questioning the laws of physics and learning about the processes in nature.