Just as our curriculum at Cayman International School is carefully crafted and articulated from Early Childhood all the way through Grade 12, we have identified learning that occurs outside of the classroom and normal class times as integral to our learning ecosystem.

Instead of calling this type of learning extra-curricular, or “outside” of traditional classroom learning, we feel that a better term is co-curricular, or learning that occurs alongside or in concert with our core curriculum. 


Early Childhood & Elementary After School Activities:

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Secondary Athletics & Activities:

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Early Childhood and Elementary School

After School Activities

CIS after school activities are designed to provide our students to engage in various activities throughout the school year. These activities range from athletics, fine arts, design and STEAM, learning support and more.

The Early Childhood and Elementary After school Activity programs are broken into 3 terms and registration is conducted online through the parent portal. 


Outside Provider After School Activities

CIS contracts a number of companies to offer exclusive programs to CIS students for our after school activity programs. These courses are paid programs and lead by the top professionals on the island. Included but not limited to, 

Camana Bay Aquatics Club
Total Soccer
ACX Basketball
Art Nest Studio
Center Point Dance Studio
Yoga Sprouts
Fitness Connection
Cayman Sports
What's Cooking 


Teacher Provided After School Activities:

Each teacher at CIS will offer a course in 1 of the 3 terms per school year. These courses change year to year but are free programs available to CIS students and families. Included but not limited too,

Track and Field
Visual Arts
Elementary Musical
Readers Theater
Math games
Sign Language

Middle School & High School After School Activities and Clubs:

At CIS we believe that deep and authentic learning occurs outside of the classroom and we encourage all of our students to get involved in one way or another to develop a strong sense of community. Each term we have numerous opportunities for students to get involved in service, the arts, student government and more. 

Performing Arts:

Secondary Musical, Choir, Play


Robotics, SeaPerch, Design, Aquaponics


Open Studio, Pottery, Set Design 


Jam band, Advanced Band, Steel Pan, Rock Band and various other ensembles

Service Learning:

Protect our Future, Acts of Random Kindness (ARK), National Honor Society


Student Organizations:

Debate team
Mock Trial
Student Government