Inspiring her students in the Elementary School, Stephanie Dracz became a published author recently.
Publication is a beautiful memento for ISB’s inspiring international community.
Highlights from another unusual year in which ISB has unveiled new facilities, celebrated its 40th anniversary, and ensured challenging and joyful learning despite Covid-19.
Science, technology, engineering, and math experts from ISB’s alumni and parent community have captivated students in a new guest speaker series at the school.
Five champion language speakers would know that ISB dai biao le shi jie ji de yu yan xiang mu he shuang yu chen jin ke cheng translates as ISB has a world-class Chinese and dual language program.
We’ve been looking for these 14 students all year and finally have some answers.
Youngest students played a central role in the event for a building carefully designed to serve their learning and growth.
Watch our video compiling community members’ photos and testimonies of four decades of challenging and joyful learning.
Money has been assigned from a fund set up for ISB’s 40th anniversary year and set to be reopened in 2021-2022.
In ISB’s Peer Tutoring Center, students tutor fellow students. Both parties see big benefits, as this year’s graduating Peer Tutors explain.
The story of how the crew behind Anna’s Pearl went from the classroom to mixing it with respected names from movie credits.
‘With snow gently falling, each of the older children picked up their desks and marched across the street and into their new schoolhouse.’
Partnerships with external groups like the Cub Scouts give students additional opportunities and help make ISB a broad community of learning. Here’s how.
ISB hired world-class architects for its new buildings. Judges of the A’ Design Award and Competition have given them their seal of approval.
Extra, extra! Read all about it in the first edition of Dragon Times.