Incubator of Students' Creative ideas (ISCI)
Where imagination shapes reality
What is the ISCI?
The ISCI, an acronym for "Incubator of Students' Creative Ideas", is a student-run initiative, designed to facilitate and organize "learning projects." Participation in those learning projects allows students to take control of their learning, by giving them the chance to choose what it is they want to learn, how they want to learn it, and, ultimately, decide in what way they wish to apply the knowledge they have acquired in order to produce something meaningful for themselves and their community.
Students function as architects of their own learning as they pursue, fund and support their intellectual curiosities.
The ISCI is a student-centered, student-led, student-run, project-based learning initiative using the design process to promote, support and guide students’ creative ideas in all disciplines.
The ISCI is located at the first level of the Sabbagh Library.
Every day from 9am to 5pm or by appointment.
The ISCI Council members
- Elena Kaskaveli, 9th grade
- Olympia Ioanna Dimitropoulou, 9th grade
- Kosmas Xenakis-Karapanagiotis, 9th grade
- Katherine Demetroulis 10th grade
- Dimitrios Skikos 10th grade
- Ann Marie Martinou 11th grade
- Thisseas Kambouroglou 11th grade
- Yarici Ali, 11th grade
- Yi Rui Wang, 11th grade
- Marilina Bitsikas 12th grade
- Nestor Macdonald 12th grade
- Jason Stavros Somoglou, 12th grade
- Kewei Li, 12th grade
To the ISCI council as a whole at email@example.com.
The ISCI offers support to all Middle School and Academy students.
The ISCI offers the following services:
- The opportunity to explore intellectual curiosities
- Project Based Learning
- After School Assistance Program (ASAP)- Students helping students
- Workshops on a variety of topics (Arduino, 3D printing, start ups, Entrepreneurship, etc.)
- Summits at ACS Athens and at other schools
- Assistance with research or other school projects
- Possible funding for endeavors
- Study groups
- And more...
A student may visit the ISCI:
- During lunch break
- After school, from 3:45pm to 5:00pm
- During flex time or any free block
- Escorted by their teacher as part of a project (ex. mentorship program)
- By appointment with an ISCI council member even on the weekend!