International School Profile

445 128th Ave. SE
Bellevue, WA 98005
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Administration

Principal: Dr. Jennifer Rose
Office Manager: Liz VandenBerghe

Tel: 425-456-6500
Fax: 425-456-6565

Attendance Office: 425-456-6545

Class Start/Dismiss Times

M,T,Th,F  7:45 am - 2:30 pm
Wed ONLY 7:45 am - 12:40 pm

 

Quick Facts

  • Average District Expenditure per Pupil (State Data for 2010-11): $10,091.50
  • Budget (2012-13 school year): $82,191
  • Condition of Building: Remodeled 2004
  • Students that Speak a First Language other than English: 20.6%
  • Students that Qualify for Free/Reduced Lunches: 5%
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    Enrollment Profile

      2010-11  2011-12  2012-13  2013-14
    Enrollment 546  547  551  564
    African American 2%  1%  1%  1%
    Asian 27%  31%  33%  33%
    Hispanic 2%  2%  3%  2%
    White 60%  57%  54%  55%
    Multi-Ethnic 9%  9%  9%  9%
             

    International School Assessments:

    The federal No Child Left Behind Act requires that students be assessed each year in reading and math, grades 3 through 8, plus once in high school. In Washington State, students in grades 3-8 now take the Measurements of Student Progress (MSP) tests in May; and high school students take the High School Proficiency Exams (HSPE) in March and April.

    State tests are intended to assess whether students have sufficiently mastered a set of grade-level standards for a particular subject. In other words, “How many students have learned what they need to know – and can demonstrate that learning?” Scores for the MSP or HSPE are reported in 4 levels: “Exceeds Standard,” “Meets Standard,” “Below Standard,” and “Well Below Standard.”

    Click here for more information about state testing
    Click here for International's OSPI Report Card
    Click here for International's Improvement Plan

    SAT Scores and AP Exams

    Two other measures of high school performance are SAT scores and numbers of students taking Advanced Placement (AP) exams. Enrollment in AP courses and student success on AP exams have become leading indicators of academic rigor in our high schools.

    Of the nation's 21,000 high schools, about 11,500 offer at least one Advanced Placement course. The average participating high school offers six A.P. courses and administers 77 examinations. Click here to read more about Bellevue School District's initiative to encourage all students to take challenging high school courses.

    The SAT (Scholastic Assessment Test) is taken by 11th graders who plan to attend colleges and universities.

     

    News & Events

    International Make Top 10 Best High Schools List

    International Students

    International is one of the top 10 schools in the nation, according to 2013 rankings from U.S. News & World Report. Learn more...


    International Wins State’s Highest Honor

    International received the Overall Excellence Award in the Washington Achievement Awards for 2012 Learn more...