Our Open Day is an opportunity to meet different members of our community so you can ask questions and gain a better understanding of the benefits of ISKL’s curriculum and approach.
Find yourself at ISKL's Open Day this March!
Both ISKL and non-ISKL community members are welcome to join us for this free practical webinar, panel discussion and Q&A session about conversations that matter!
We invite you to join VOX ISKL
We invite you to see the ISKL campus in its entirety with our interactive campus map with 360° panoramas.
ISKL Campus Area in 360° Panoramas
FIND YOURSELF AT ISKL
As an inclusive school, we deeply believe in each student’s value and our responsibility to provide them with individualized pathways towards becoming successful, spirited, and socially responsible global citizens.
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BE ALL YOU ARE
ISKL’s international curriculum is more than an academic education. It is its mission to fulfill an honest obligation for students to be nurtured and grow with a lifelong learning journey in mind. The ‘Be All You Are’ ethos develops personality alongside education so attitudes, skills and aptitude result in highly successful, spirited and socially responsible global citizens.
The essence of learning at ISKL begins with our trust in individual identity. Our education system focuses on a practical, social and emotional skill mindset to encourage students to grow above and beyond academic success. A passionate and supportive community of educators use communication to equip each student with a better understanding of their unique role in an ever evolving and complex world environment. Our aim is to promote pathways based on ability, interest and aspiration that every student can access. Graduates from ISKL leave with a mature sense of confidence and self appreciation for what they can contribute to the global stage whether it be on an academic or creative level.
This week, we met up with Julian L. (’25), who joined ISKL in Grade 5
This week, we met with alumni Nadia Redza (’17), who attended ISKL for eight years,
Imagine having South Korea-born American children’s book author An Na, virtually visiting ISKL with more than 500 students from Grades 8, 9, and 10!
Learning at ISKL goes beyond the classroom, and the Elementary School’s new upper playground is a space to connect, develop gross motor skills, and inspire imagination.
Picking from the MS/HS library, our MS students share their thoughts on the book of their choice. Here are their book reviews for October, November, and December 2021!