The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas is an adventure book published in 1844. In this book, Edmund Dantes is a good sailor who is getting promoted to a sea captain. Unfortunately, some of his enemies plot against him. Edmund is falsely imprisoned and after escaping, he begins to take revenge.
I like this book because it is interesting and has a good ending. It builds anticipation throughout the first and second part and I was waiting for Edmund to tell his enemies that he is still alive and not in jail. The book had lots of adventures and exciting parts that make it fun to read.
The original book will be very difficult to read if you are not a native English speaker. I recommend reading it as an adapted reader if the book is too difficult because it is a good story.
Georgy Polyakov, Year 8 student – Moscow campus
Dear friends! We invite you to the Open Days at CIS International School campuses.
CIS Summer Camp is a very interesting and exciting summer filled with adventures. Our virtual trip around the world with CIS will let our students experience first-hand the culture, national cuisine, music and sport of England, Russia, Spain, China, Ireland and other countries.
It will take place on the 15th of February in Saint-Petersburg campus, with registration will open at 10:30 AM and the first match will at 11:00 AM.
Today we open the online-registration for CIS Martial Arts Tournament 2020!
Hurry up to join our family!
On the 4th of February (for Secondary) and 6th of February (for Primary) Skolkovo campus will host the greatest arts and sports contest!
Dear friends, We have now started the enrolment process for Year 1 for the academic year 2020-2021 in our Moscow Campus, located in the north of the capital.
Check mate! We would like to invite you to Gorki campus to take part in our traditional Сambridge Chess Tournament 2020.