ILS interiors are delighting students and teachers alike in the new academic year. During the summer designers worked hard to beautify the school. The 7th floor hallway is now adorned with the portraits and life stories of famous Russian mathematicians and scientists, and the music room now looks like a jazz rehearsal studio. Throughout the school students can see the results of the designers’ summer labors.
“We firmly believe that the school interior should meet educational goals as well as aesthetic,” explains ILS Principal Olga Shevchenko. “That is why on the school’s science floor we put in displays allowing students to learn about the discoveries of Vladimir Arsenev, Andrei Kolmogorov, Lev Landau and Aleksandr Butlerov. In the hallway where the Media Center and social studies rooms are located the students can see and contemplate words such as ‘friendship,’ ‘motivation,’ ‘knowledge,’ ‘objectivity,’ and ‘result.’ The school territory is a reflection of the school’s mission and spirit.”
World maps are also an important part of the school interior. We have students from Russia, Korea, China, Japan and India, and each of them can show their home country to their friends on a map.So, when you have a chance, take the opportunity to walk around the school hallways and see how much more interesting and informative the school interior has become.