The 2019-20 ISK Annual Report is out! Click on the image below to read the full report...
As our students, teachers, and parents have had to move learning to an online environment during these past six months, our ISK community has experienced a number of positive outcomes...
The International School of Kenya's inclusion journey started in 2006 when a group of educators and community members committed to becoming an inclusive school. Throughout the years, we have been designing and delivering education for all learners,while evaluating and improving our practice..
As we finish up our second week of virtual learning, we want to pass along a few tips to help make the most of our online learning sessions.
As part of ISK's commitment to authentic personalized learning, Grade 10 students participated in ISK's Work Experience program...
This is the first step towards achieving our desire to integrate a comprehensive approach to student well-being throughout the school.
Student Revised ISK Environmental Policy Approved-A Move Towards Carbon Neutrality...
ISK updated the board policy on February 25 to address this major environmental problem, and to further support environmental efforts in the community.
The ISK Community is counting down to a single-use plastic-free campus!
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.