ISKL Curriculum

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ISKL offers a robust international curriculum combining leading North American educational frameworks and global best practices.
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Student progress is monitored and regularly assessed using international standards-based assessment frameworks focusing on 21st-century skills. ISKL is unique in offering such a wide range of high-quality, transdisciplinary pathways that enable every learner to choose the curriculum best suited to their abilities, interests, and aspirations.

Definition of Learning
At ISKL, we believe that teaching and learning are based on sound, research-based principles that guide our vision, policies, and practices. They serve as the foundation of curriculum development, school and divisional goals, professional learning initiatives, planning, and the instruction and assessment of our learners.



Our learning is maximized when we work together and share a belief in our ability to improve.


Our identities are known and valued and we find a sense of belonging and safety in our learning spaces.


We know the learning goals and have the support we need to achieve them.


We know what is expected and get useful feedback to get there.


Learning is relevant to our lives and we have voice and choice as learners.


We engage and persist in complex learning and have the support to meet our individual potential.

Discover more about our curriculum and the major concepts and skills students will explore during their time at ISKL.

You can view the information by grade or discipline. Shall you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact our admissions team to support you.

Our Curriculum by Grades and Subjects

Important notes:

  • Courses and units may be subject to change and depend on the dynamic nature of learning, student demand, and/or grade level needs.
  • For a course to run, ISKL must be in a position to provide a qualified instructor and there must be a sufficient number of interested students. This includes World Language courses.
  • World Language courses are based on language proficiency and may vary based on the student’s language level. World language course placement may be subject to an internal assessment. 

This information is subject to change. Please contact us at [email protected] for the latest information.

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Communication Updates

Latest update: October 26

  • Early Childhood, Life-Centered Education (LCE), Grade 10, 11 and 12
    On Campus Learning from October 25

  • Grade 1, 2, 3 and 9
    On Campus Learning from November 1

  • Grade 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8
    On Campus Learning from November 8
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