The Competitive CIS Husky Spirit and Sports for all Sorts
Our students enjoy the benefits of health education, skills and strength development and teamwork through an extensive Physical Education (PE) programme, where each child is encouraged to celebrate their personal successes. In addition to the sporting and athletic activities that are experienced in PE, CIS offers a number of engaging and exciting competitive and recreational sporting activities after school. Through sporting activities, our students can develop and enhance their individual athletic skills and prowess, learn the benefits of teamwork and the importance of fair play, and build and refine their leadership and communication skills.
Sports days (also referred to as physical activity days) are a key feature of the School calendar, are age appropriate and aim to foster a love of sports, physical activity, and life long healthy choices.
Competitive or interscholastic sports at CIS are offered under the umbrella of ACSIS (Athletic Conference Singapore International Schools), of which CIS is a member. Through the ACSIS league, students in Grades 4 through 12 have the opportunity to compete in athletics, basketball, badminton, soccer, cross country running, swimming, football, rugby, tennis and netball. To view sports on offer in the respective seasons, please visit the ECA page on the website.
Students in competitive sporting teams proudly wear a sports kit that is emblazoned with the image of the CIS Husky* – the official CIS sports mascot.
* The Husky, renowned for its strength, intelligence, power and endurance in Canada's Arctic, is the official mascot of the Canadian International School.