Now you have more of a reason to go shopping at Village Market - the more you shop, the more our Student-led Community Outreach Initiatives benefit - the true definition of "Inspired Shopping"!
As teachers, students and parents, we always talk about 'learning', but do we know what we mean by learning?... ISK has identified three learning pathways:
The aim of the program was to learn basic Swahili vocabulary which is related to the different service projects.
Taking a trip to Leh, Ladakh, is without a doubt the best decision that I have made this year.
- Vanessa Ndirangu Grade 12
The Lions' Den Opening Ceremony commenced with a basketball game between the ISK staff team and a Student combined team led by Dr. Rob Blanchard and Caleb Kalu as team captains respectively as the High School students and Staff arrived.
As a committed group, we are using the 4 D's of the Appreciative Inquiry model to explore diversity at ISK. We will Discover ISK's strengths and areas where we can improve, Dream about the possibilities and ways that ISK can grow as a community, Design options to make the dreams tangible, and Deliver an action plan in collaboration with the leadership team.
On Friday May 25, our seniors and families, faculty, and many other members of our community enjoyed a wonderful graduation ceremony.
Hand Out is a project lead by a group of ISK students who use 3D printing technologies to create mechanical prosthetic hands for individuals who need them in underprivileged communities.
School Life by Middle School Spanish Students
The Construction by Design Club at ISK strives to improve our community through design thinking and construction. We follow the design cycle, working with community partners to solve development challenges.
Arts.co is a student run club that works towards promoting a feeling of community within ISK through the arts.
The International School of Kenya is proud to announce that we will be participating in this year's My Freedom Day!
Hand Out is a group of ISK students using 3D printing technologies to create mechanical prosthetic hands for individuals in underprivileged communities who need them.
Project Imagine is a non-profit CBO targeting one of the many causes of poverty: girls dropping out of school.