ISB teachers have traveled the world for professional development this summer to bring the best in global teaching practices back to their classrooms.
From maximum scores to consistently out-performing their peers, our latest batch of examinees have consolidated ISB’s proud record of success in the world’s toughest college preparatory course.
Here are some of the highlights from the year as ISB has lived its aspirational values and again provided a leading learning environment for international students.
Not every child learns the same way. For this reason, multiple types of learning styles have been developed to ensure all children have their educational needs met.
ISB’s new Middle School elective program is carefully designed to innovate and provide room to explore.
ISB students, members of the parent community, and netizens looking for a leading international education for their children will get a clearer picture of our school online.
The most important consideration for a school is to make sure students graduate with the skills to succeed in the future.
EARCOS is one of many organizations ISB partners with to offer students diverse opportunities to excel and develop character away from the classroom.
While the actors in the Elementary School Production were ISB’s littlest, the teachers directing them were some of the school’s most longstanding. Two of these veterans discuss the transformative impact performing arts can have for young students.
The Parent Teacher Association and Booster Club work to maximize school spirit. A busy seven days began with their successful hosting of another ISB Spring Fair and ended with a lunch in the PTA and Booster Club’s honor.
A great school facility is more than just an immaculate environment. Here's how the best schools are purposefully designed at every level to promote the ideal environment for student achievement.
This time of year can be a nervous one for students preparing to make the leap from Elementary to Middle School, or Middle to High School. A new initiative gave grade 5 students a day in Middle School with a grade 6 buddy for an easy start to 2019-2020.
Visitors to campus lately will have seen neat new recycling bins in the hallways. They are the work of a new generation of environmental leaders committed to transforming how the ISB community manages its waste.
Schools are shaking up traditional classroom design or even taking the classroom outside to benefit student learning.
An aquatics program based on competitiveness, community, and all-round health has propelled our pool champs to be the best in the world.