Citizenship, Community & Collaboration

International School offers the finest educational experience to all of its students, one which is unsurpassed in preparing them intellectually, socially, creatively, physically, and emotionally, so that they are inspired to become lifelong learners and realize their dreams in the world at large.

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Unique Features

Environment

Rigorous academic climate in a nurturing environment.

Exchange Opportunities

International partnerships for study abroad to France; French speaking interns work as teaching assistants in World Language classrooms.

Focus

Common year-long themes unifying various disciplines.

Focus Week

Each student participates in one week of focused study outside formal classroom structure, e.g. environmental study in the Cascades, cooking classes, furniture building, disaster preparedness, film making, designing inventions, trips to Washington, D.C. and abroad, etc.

Senior Project

Each senior must successfully complete a required Senior Project, including a research paper in a self-selected field of study and a hands-on community involvement project based on their research. Examples include: bee keeping, building a hydrogen fuel cell, henna tattooing, book binding, brewing biodiesel, homeless youth advocacy, watershed restoration, sound engineering, and music composition.

Seven-Year Study

Required seven-year study of core subjects: International Studies, World Language (French), Math, Science, Humanities, Fine Arts and PE.

Enrollment

Based on October 2016 Enrollment Count

African American
0%
Asian
0%
Hispanic
0%
Multi-Ethnic
0%
White
0%

22%

Students with First Language other than English

2%

Students Receiving ELL Services

6%

Students Who Qualify for Free/Reduced Lunch


Class of 2016 SAT Scores