For over 50 years, ISA has been educating students from around the world – building friendships, bridging cultures and most importantly, promoting education for international understanding.
All who have been a part of our community – students, parents, former faculty and staff – are considered alumni of ISA. Whether you were here for a year or decade, you will always be a part of the ISA family.
We look forward to staying in touch with you and have created a few ways for you to stay in touch with us and to update your former friends, teachers and colleagues on what you are now doing.
Update Contact Information
ISA has a global alumni community. To ensure that we can remain in contact with our alumni, we ask that you please fill in our alumni contact information update form. If we have your most recent contact details, we will be able to communicate with you about ISA and alumni-specific news, as well as provide information about social and educational programmes.
If you are interested in visiting ISA, we kindly ask that you schedule an appointment with us by emailing email@example.com. If we are aware of your trip, we can ensure that you have access to the building, and if there are any specific staff or teachers that you would be interested in seeing, we can try and arrange a time when they are available. Visiting alumni will have to present some form of ID and will be accompanied on their visit unless different arrangements have been made. We look forward to welcoming you back to campus!
ISA Alumni Facebook Page
A private Facebook (closed) group with over 1900 ISA alumni. A great way to find old friends and get updates on alumni activities. Just log in to Facebook and search for ISA Alumni (International School of Amsterdam). Send a request to join and get ready to renew old friendships.
Launched in Spring 2015, Connections gives alumni and friends of ISA a glimpse into some of the amazing things our students, staff and community are doing. The Class Notes section gives updates on where ISA alumni are across the globe and what they are now doing. You can find all issues of the magazine here.