School Buildings

Kindergarten to Grade 4 Building

Grades 5 to 12 Building

Support facilities:

LIS provides its students and staff members with many facilities that support innovative teaching and learning:

Computer Science Laboratories:
The school has five (5) well-equipped computer Laboratories connected to the internet. In keeping with the age we are constantly updating our provision of Information Technology, and we encourage all pupils and staff to make use of the school’s computer facilities. Our IT teachers are required to undergo a full ICDL training. Staff members from other Departments are also required to pursue the ICDL certificate.

Science Laboratories

Through its seven (7) Junior and Senior Science Laboratories, the school offers science facilities and equipment which meet all the students’ needs from KG to High School.


The LIS Library fosters a love of literature and the written word. LIS considers this facility a priority as reflected in the continuous expansion of the Library’s reading and reference materials. The juniors section has its own library. Both libraries are well equipped for reading and research. Weekly class visits are scheduled, where the students are encouraged to check out books. Students may also visit the library during break times. Book fairs are held seasonally.
The school library plays an essential role in enhancing our students’ reading and research skills.
Improving student achievement is a vital interest of LIS, since research evidence has shown that effective library media programs - when led by active, involved librarians - can have a visible positive impact on student achievement. We view libraries as a potentially powerful instrument in school studies. Our library is a unique and valuable resource; especially that school is the first place a child encounters a library. Our aims for the library are to:

  1. Provide a facility that functions as the information center of the school.
  2. Provide resources and learning activities that represent a diversity of experiences, opinions, and social and cultural perspectives, supporting the concept that intellectual freedom and access to information are prerequisites to effective and responsible citizens.
  3. Teach students critical research skills: to locate, interpret, evaluate, and use information effectively.
  4. Implement and facilitate activities and group projects which strengthen listening skills and require cooperation, communication, and sharing among students.
  5. Provide access to contemporary technologies, software, and telecommunications.
  6. Connect students and faculty with books in order to encourage recreational reading.

Art Rooms
Four well-equipped art and craft rooms are available for students from KG through Grade 12. Students are encouraged to express themselves through art.

Music Rooms

In order to supplement classroom studies, three music rooms are available for our students.

Shaded play and game areas are available for all age groups. Recreational facilities include two swimming pools, three spacious, well-equipped gymnasiums; a football green field; four multiple-purpose courts (Basketball, Football and Volleyball); and six shaded playgrounds. Those facilities separate for boys and girls, enhance the students’ physical education program. Our school varsity teams, who have achieved remarkable results in sports tournaments, teach students the importance of team spirit and foster qualities of true sportsmanship.

Rules and Regulations on the use of school facilities, e.g. Clinic Rules, Bus Rules, Gym and pool rules, using the lab rules and Cafeteria rules are available in the student diary as well as the parent handbook.