To Educate for International Understanding

At ISA, we challenge our students to discover themselves and the world around them, inspiring them to become life-long learners. ISA was the first school in the world authorised to teach a complete International Baccalaureate curriculum, which is taught at more than 3,900 schools in over 140 countries. As an IB World School, we offer a curriculum that allows students to benefit from a continuum of education from pre-school through high school.

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Latest News from ISA

ISA Students explore solutions to Global Issues at GIN Conference

From 23-25 March, eight ISA students represented the school at…
March 25, 2017/by Matthias Hine

ISA special olympics a special success

For the past 19 years, the ISA Special Olympics has been a highlight…
March 4, 2017/by Matthias Hine

A dazzling display of diversity at ISA’s Global Village Day

Global Village Day 2017 was again a great success setting a record…
February 15, 2017/by Matthias Hine

Student creativity shines at Grade 10 personal project exhibition

Grade 10 students delighted parents, staff and their fellow students…
February 9, 2017/by Matthias Hine

ISA Student Debate Skills on Show at Oxford School Debate Tournament

On Sunday, 5 February, 12 students from ISA represented the school…
February 5, 2017/by Matthias Hine

Launch of New ISA Alumni Platform

On the heels of their first Alumni Reception in London, the ISA…
February 2, 2017/by Matthew Jasinski

Parent Book Club: Discussing the challenges of the college application process

On Thursday, 2 February, the ISA Counselling department hosted…
February 2, 2017/by Matthias Hine

London ISA Alumni Reception

Everyone loves a good "catch up" with old friends and with ISA…
February 1, 2017/by Matthias Hine

The Annual Report issue of Connections Magazine now available

Take a moment to browse through our annual report for the 2015-2016…
January 12, 2017/by Erika Harriford

Congratulations to our World Scholars Cup Winners

In December,…
December 18, 2016/by Erika Harriford
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