NOVA International School Skopje is a diverse learner community with students and staff from over 40 countries. It is the school of choice for the expat and diplomatic community in Skopje, as well as local families with a global outlook. It is an International Baccalaureate World Continuum school, following Common Core standards, to students in grades PK-12. The School was founded in 1997, the first registered private education institution in Skopje, N. Macedonia. The campus is spaciously situated in a residential neighborhood near the city center.
We were busy upgrading our campus facilities during this February ski break.
To better understand the world surrounding us, the first-graders had a field trip to the Botanical Garden, located within the Natural Sciences Faculty in Skopje. There, they had a guided tour, where an expert explained plants' adaptation mechanisms and showed them examples of exotic plants that have adjusted to their environment.
Join us for a heartwarming Valentine's Day celebration that promises giggles, creativity, and pure joy! Our young students geared up for a day filled with crafting beautiful cards, sharing laughter, and telling the cutest jokes that will warm your hearts. Be sure to watch the video so you too, can feel our love!
We want to congratulate our graduates who have received conditional offers from several universities in the United Kingdom. One senior is set to embark on the esteemed Film Studies program at Queen Mary University of London. Additionally, we proudly announce a conditional offer from the University of Aberdeen in Scotland for Molecular Biology studies!
We’re thrilled to announce that a senior student has received a conditional offer from the City University of London, a renowned institution known for producing Parliament members, governors, politicians, and CEOs. She will be pursuing Psychology.
We’re proud of our students who traveled to Sofia, played friendly matches against the Wolves from the Anglo-American School over the weekend, and returned triumphant! They showcased outstanding teamwork, fair play, perseverance, and commitment.
Parents and family members visited classes in the Elementary School to spread their love for knowledge and the written word.
Through the carefully thought out activity "Identity Envelopes," students in grade 8 analyze the three storylines from Alan Gratz's novel "Refugee," pondering the degree of fairness exerted by international institutions and how that affects individuals' identities and rights.
NOVA provides comprehensive and coordinated student support services, as this is critically important for our student's social, emotional, and academic development.
We offer our students a diverse and challenging SuperNOVA Athletics and Academic Program, with opportunities for enrichment, skill development, and personal growth beyond those available in the classroom.
The IB Learner Profile represents 10 attributes valued by IB World Schools. The aim of all IB programmes is to develop internationally minded people, who recognize their common humanity and shared guardianship of the planet, help to create a better and more peaceful world.
Our book collections include classic and contemporary children’s literature, young adult fiction, graphic novels, popular fiction, Newbery, Caldecott and other award winners, picture books, board books for younger readers, and professional development resources for staff members.
NOVA offers a varied After School Activities (ASA) program throughout the school year. It covers a variety of sports, games, and activities.