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

DP Results Exam Year 2016 – Congratulations to the Class of 2016!

Dear Members of the ISA Community, I would like to take the…
August 22, 2016/by Erika Harriford

Visit the ISA School Store for Back to School Supplies

The ISA School Store - the Bear Necessities - stocks many of…
August 22, 2016/by Erika Harriford

ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL WORLD WATER DAY FUNDRAISING CAMPAIGN 

Recent Lower School assemblies have focussed on the PYP attitude…
May 2, 2016/by Erika Harriford

POSITIVE DISCIPLINE WORKSHOPS

  During the month of November, Denise Granai, one of…
April 12, 2016/by Erika Harriford

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR ISMTF MIDDLE SCHOOL MATH COMPETITORS

Several of our Middle School students competed in the recent International…
April 12, 2016/by Erika Harriford

ISA Hosts AMIS Middle School Honor Choir Festival – Watch Livestream

ISA has had the honour this week to host the 2016 AMIS Middle…
April 9, 2016/by Erika Harriford

Upcoming SHARE events

As we start to round out the year, there are just a few more…
March 14, 2016/by Erika Harriford

World Water Day

WORLD WATER DAY Every year the ISA Lower School Student Council…
March 14, 2016/by Erika Harriford

ISA Basketball Teams Compete in NECIS Tournaments in Rotterdam and Antwerp

The ISA U12, U14, Junior Varsity and Varsity Basketball teams…
March 14, 2016/by Erika Harriford

ISA Hosts the 2016 European Conference on iPads in the Classroom Conference

  This two-day event held at the ISA Centre for Development,…
February 15, 2016/by Erika Harriford
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