• Welcome to ISA Schools
    The International Schools Association works to promote international and intercultural understanding...
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    By filling out our online Membership Application Form, a school can apply for membership to the ISA...
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    ISA is helping the British Council to promote its Internal School Award. The award is given to schools...
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News & Announcements

  • ISA Newsletter October 2013
    Click here to see the latest ISA Newsletter (Volume 9, October 2013)...
  • ISA 2013 Youth Encounter, Malaysia
    Our ISA member school, Cempaka, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, is organizing this year’s Youth Encounter and Expedition between November 15th programme will give participants an unparalleled opportunity to experience the culture and historical significance of Malacca, Malaysia. Full details are to be found...
  • Building World-Class Private and International Schools Summit 2013
    ISA is proud to be co-sponsoring the ‘Building World-Class Private and International Schools – Summit 2013, which is being held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia between November 19th and 21st. This is an exciting new international summit, which will provide the unique opportunity to network, share...
  • ISA working with the British Council on promoting International School Award
    ISA is helping the British Council to promote its Internal School Award. The award is given to schools which follow a programme designed to embed internationalism and global awareness in their schools. The Award is currently moderated through local British...
  • The Independent Schools Show, Geneva
    The Geneva show’s 20 representatives includes; Marlborough College, the most famous of the “traditional” co-educational schools; the ancient foundation of The King’s School Canterbury; the leading girls’ schools St. Mary’s Calne and St. George’s Ascot and the, non-uniform, non-denominational Bedales...