School Facilities

The school premises have been designed to satisfy the contemporary needs of a school and at the same time add a modern architectural note to the area where the school is situated. Built in the centre of the city, IMS is equipped with all that is needed to address the future of education.

The building is centrally air conditioned with electric external blinds, so that students and teachers spend their time at IMS in a comfortable environment, either in class or in the common areas.

All classrooms are equipped with interactive touch-screen boards with computer and internet connection, maximizing productivity during the lesson.

A science laboratory is fully equipped to satisfy the requirements of the practical element of GCSE and GCE examinations and give an added interest to the taught courses. The lab space includes specially designed laboratory working benches suitable for the simultaneous

conduct of fourteen (14) independent experiments (for 14 students or groups of students). Each working space is equipped with an independent LPG supply line, a tap with sink and adequate electricity sockets. The laboratory is fully equipped with all the necessary scientific devices, instruments and chemicals needed for basic and advanced experiments in Physics, Chemistry and Biology. Moreover, the lab space includes a storage room and is equipped with smoke and gas detectors, an interactive board, raised floor (according to international standards) and air conditioning.

A computer lab with latest generation hardware is indispensable for the computing courses but also useful for other subjects that require computer technology.  It is equipped with 16 desktop computers for students and another one for the teacher, connected to an interactive board. Latest software is installed on each of them enabling the user to have access to unlimited sources.

The fourth floor wholly hosts the theatre hall which is where lectures, presentations and exams take place. Featuring a projection system with connection to computer and writing tablet as well as a central sound system, it can satisfy the most demanding audience.

The ground floor hosts a friendly reception area, staff offices and a conference room as well as a cafeteria for students and teachers with indoor and outdoor sitting space.

Particular emphasis has been given in designing the building so that it comprises more than adequate washrooms and toilets, cleanliness being one of our main concerns.

Timetable and Extracurricular Activities


Freshness in all of our choices has also influenced our timetable arrangements. We have approached the timetable according to the needs of our senior student body. Experience from our afternoon curriculum has shown that 40-minute periods are not as productive as one hour sessions. Optimum teaching productivity and student concentration works best in the daily schedule outlined as follows:

Period Time
1 09:00 - 10:00
2 10:00 - 11:00
Break 11:00 - 11:30
3 11:30 - 12:30
4 12:30 - 13:30
5 13:30 - 14:30


A broad spectrum of exracurricular activities is offered to satisfy the enrichment acivities requirement of the IMS Diploma. These can be categorised in three main areas, each area followed by an indicative sample of activities.

Personal Development

  • Art School Society
  • Cyprus and International Academic Olympiads
  • ECDL
  • Formula 1 Club
  • Learning a foreign language
  • Photography
  • School chess championship
  • School football championship
  • School volleyball championship

Community Participation

  • Debate club
  • Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme
  • Fundraising
  • Voluntary work in animal sanctuaries
  • School newspaper

Work Related Learning

  • Summer Work Experience Period
  • Junior Achievement Competition
Our Academics

Our teachers are specialists in GCSE and A Level examinations and have long adapted their methods to the abilities and character of older students. They are graduates of top ranking universities and are experts in guiding students to achieve their potential. This explains the impressive number of high achiever medals awarded by the examination boards to our students every year.

IMS teachers focus on the essence of concepts - not the rote acquisition of knowledge - and well prepare students to cope with the challenges they will face at university by covering material in depth beyond the scope of A Level. They in addition give them every support to do well in national and international academic Olympiads.

Choose your courses





Every student is taught and guided according to personal needs in a tailor-made programme targeted at the student's university aspirations. In this context we have no compulsory subject combinations allowing absolute freedom of choice. An indicative list of subjects is given below subject to amendments, depending on demand.

  • Accounting (GCSE and A Level)
  • Art (GCSE and A Level)
  • Biology (GCSE and A level)
  • Chemistry (GCSE and A Level)
  • Computer Science (GCSE and A Level)
  • Economics (GCSE and A Level)
  • English Language (GCSE and A Level)
  • English Literature (GCSE) 
  • French (GCSE and A Level)
  • Further Mathematics (GCSE and A Level)
  • German (GCSE and A Level)
  • Greek (GCSE and A Level)
  • History (GCSE and A Level)
  • Mathematics (GCSE and A Level)
  • Physics (GCSE and A Level)
  • Psychology (GCSE and A Level)
  • Sociology (A Level)
  • Statistics (A Level)
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