Campus Life


At CTiS we strive to educate and nurture global citizens. Part of this audacious task requires providing our students with a foundational level of cross-cultural competence. In doing so, we conduct quite a few cultural activities throughout the year. We celebrate and recognize various cultural and religious occasions.


We offer students of all grades variety indoor games facilities. Our qualified coaches offer programs for students to develop better skills, acquire enhanced knowledge and understanding of the sport.

Extra-Curricular Activities

After-school activities are a fantastic opportunity for students to try new things as well as develop interests and skills. We offer an interesting and diverse range with something to suit everyone. Physical activities are a common form of recreation and a source of well-being, and are key to improving physical fitness and physical and mental health. Physical activities include introductory, recreational and competitive sports fitness training and recreational games incorporating muscle-building.


College and University

 Senior CTIS students planning to attend university or college are provided with guidance and counselling as they explore their post-secondary options. Starting in Grade 11, students meet on a regular basis with the university placement counsellor to set goals, discuss course selection, research post-secondary options and complete applications. They are guided and assisted through every step of this process. Most students submit their applications by January of their Grade 12 year.

Students who wish to apply for admission to universities in the United States must study for and write SAT assessments. Students are advised to start preparing for their SATs in Grade 11 and complete their SATs at the beginning of Grade 12.

Students whose first language is not English must study for and write the TOEFL, IELTS or other equivalent language assessment as part of the university admission process. Students who have attended high school for more than four years where English is the language of instruction May be exempt from writing these assessments for some universities. Students should meet with the university placement counsellor to discuss this. If not exempt, students should write one of these language assessments before their university application deadline.


At CTiS we have a three-tiered security system of:

1. Metal Detector Door

2. Private security force

3. Security officers work 24/7.

The security forces are overseen and advised by a private security service. They supervise the campus entrance and premises to ensure optimum security and safety for the students, teachers and the staff. Surveillance cameras (CCTV & IP Cameras) are situated in all areas to monitor the safety, supervision, and operation of campus. Evaluation drills are performed regularly to keep them prepared for any unforeseen circumstances.

In addition to the on-campus security force, local police surveillance is supervised and maintained by the Bangladeshi Government.