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New Middle School English Track ! This program is designed to address the needs of new (English-speaking) students, entering ISA without Immersion experience. Read more .......

United States Curriculum > 90 % English / 10 % French or Spanish

STEM EDUCATION 2 This program is designed to address the needs of new (English-speaking) students, entering ISA without Immersion experience. The main language of instruction is English with an opportunity to learn a second language at an introductory level.

New students will blend with existing students for Mathematics, Robotics, Honors Writing and more. The focus will be on maintaining ISA’s academic excellence, model student behavior, enhancing the existing philosophy of inclusivity, diversity and community.

A smaller school environment means that your child will be known to all staff, encouraged to develop to his/her full potential and be part of leadership initiatives which include Social Justice education. The smaller class size also means that when a students requires clarification or direction, the feedback is immediate and allows the child to move forward.

Teachers are keenly aware of the Multiple Intelligences and seek out each child’s talents to improve overall performance!

  • Grades 6, 7 and 8
  • Small class sizes
  • Language of instruction: English
  • Choice of second language: French or Spanish ( German if there are enough requests)
  • Subjects taught in English/US Curriculum: language arts, media, social studies, mathematics, science, robotics, music, physical education
  • Electives: Spanish, French, PIP (Personal Inquiry Project)
  • International teaching staff: French, Spanish, American, German
  • AdvancED Accreditation
  • Member of NAIS and AAIS

Students will be considered for admission to this program based on academic records, a personal interview with the Headmaster and an entrance exam.

ISA Graduate Student Expectations:

  • A discerning student who understands the importance of personal responsibility
  • A self-directed, responsible, life-long learner who develops and demonstrates his/her potential
  • An effective communicator who speaks, writes and listens honestly and sensitively, responding critically to others
  • A reflective, creative and holistic thinker who solves problems and makes responsible decisions with an informed conscience for the common good
  • A collaborative contributor who finds meaning and dignity in work which respects the rights of all and contributes to the common good
  • A caring family member who attends to family, school and the wider community
  • A responsible and global citizen who acts positively in society by promoting peace and justice