At ISZL, we believe that physical activity is necessary for the maintenance of the health and fitness of the students. The athletics programme highlights development of a students’ physical skills, their cooperative interaction with others, and the discovery and understanding of themselves and their limits. Physical Education is a compulsory part of the curriculum for students in the Primary Years Programme and Middle Years Programme.
In the lower years, organised events such as Games Day and Sports Day are planned for students in addition to numerous indoor and outdoor planned sports and activities. Swimming lessons are scheduled on a regular basis at pools near the Zug Campus.
In the Middle School, extracurricular sports include soccer, tennis, basketball, swimming, skiing, track and field, volleyball, softball and golf. Students also are encouraged to participate in recreational clubs that focus on climbing, running, uni-hockey and yoga.
At the High School, competitive sports include soccer, volleyball, rugby, basketball, swimming, skiing, track and field, tennis, softball and golf. Numerous clubs are also organised seasonally and include sailing, kayaking, running, fitness, dance and yoga.
Students at ISZL participate in a range of after-school sports and clubs. These activities provide an opportunity for students to have fun together and to make new friends. Many of the activities are offered to a range of grade levels. All clubs run after-school unless otherwise specified.
SPRING SEASON 2018-19
The Spring Season of after-school sports and activities begins on 18 March and ends on 25 May (29 May for Primary School).
Registration for all ISZL sports and activities opens around noon on Sunday 4 March and closes at the end of the day on Sunday 11 March. Registration preferences are collected via an online platform which can be accessed via the link below.
The log-in page includes a link to reset your password in case it has been forgotten. Parents of children who have had children enrolled at the school from the start of the year have already been provided with login details. New families that have more recently joined the school will receive their usernames and passwords just before the registrations open on 3 March.
For our high school students, they are able to register themselves for sports and activities. Parents are also able to login to the system to view the available activities, but registrations must be completed by the students themselves.
If you have problems logging in you may contact one of the following administrators:
The ISZL Sports Booster Club is a non-profit, parent-led, volunteer organisation that supports our competitive sports teams. The Booster Club promotes sporting events, runs concession stands and raises funds for our athletes and teams.
Our Booster Club heightens ISZL's school spirit, establishes sports traditions and increases the involvement of students and parents at our games and events. Through these efforts, the Booster Club helps our athletes excel and enjoy their athletics experience.