ISK is proud to have hosted the ISSEA Rugby Championships. We had 200 players making up 20 teams from 5 ISSEA schools. This was the BIGGEST rugby event in the history of ISSEA!
According to National Geographic, "Every year, about 8 million tons of plastic waste escapes into the oceans from coastal nations. That is the equivalent of setting five garbage bags full of trash on every foot of coastline around the world." However, it is not just about the ocean.
...Out of the many factors that made this conference unforgettable was the entire leadership committee being student-led.
'Tis the season to be THANKFUL! With the upcoming holidays and breaks, families have the opportunity to highlight all of the things that they are grateful for.
The students of today need more than basic Math and English skills to succeed in the workplace of the future. They need to engage in Deeper Learning.
Balanced literacy looks at the following eight components of the teaching and learning experience, readers' and writers' workshop, word study, shared reading, conferring, interactive writing, strategy groups, and guided reading.
Thanks to the Welcome Back Community Picnic and other generous donations, we were able to raise funds required to build a plastic shredder and plastic injection machine for the Futbol Mas Mathare Workshop.
One of our goals this year in the Advancement Office is to build our alumni database and connect with ISK lions, near and far...
Today, 40+ years later, we are excited to celebrate an enrollment of 1000+ students.
"There is more in you than you think" - Kurt Hahn
The World Café is built on the assumption that people already have within them the wisdom and creativity to confront even the most difficult challenges
The Annual Report is published in August of each year and contains highlights of every aspect of the ISK Story.
Changes and moves can be exciting as they provide new beginnings, challenges, and opportunities. This year, the International School of Kenya welcomed 244 new students; 54 are in the Middle School.