Middle School

Students thrive when they feel safe, supported, and are known by teachers and their peers.

Our highly qualified and experienced educators create a warm and engaging environment where students are guided to explore who they are as learners during this key developmental phase.

Michelle Juhasz Middle School Principal

Learning program

ISP has an articulated PK-12 curriculum, rooted in inquiry, where learners are involved in posing and investigating questions. Our learning program develops students’ potential that enables them to be successful at ISP, as well as in their educational and professional pursuits in the future.

Support Areas

Given ISP has students arriving from around the world with varied educational and life experiences, we have four departments to support learners as needed.

“In all, ISP has really not only helped me grow as a student, but also as a person. I am incredibly happy that I get to learn here. I have learned so much and made so many friends. It’s one of my favorite places in the world.”

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— Asker, Student

“ISP opens up several opportunities for us to engage with local or international communities and inspires everyone to bring the best out of themselves. Among several programs that the school provides, I participated in ‘Inspire Citizens’ an organization that empowers youth leaders from all over the world.”

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— Caetana, Student

“The challenge with Middle School students is to help them see that we are not just doing school to them. They know intuitively that their education is important, so our goal is to help them recognize that what they learn here at ISP connects to everything in the world they find valuable and relevant.”

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— Paul Fisher, MS Teacher

“In my room and classes, I strive to design a universe where learners can explore, experiment, play, take safe risks and learn from me and each other. A space where they can grow self-aware of their abilities and where they can independently pursue and advance the many languages of visual expression.”

Photo of — Petr Dimitrov, MS Teacher
— Petr Dimitrov, MS Teacher