ISB at a glance*
*Statistics taken from the 2016-17 Annual Report
As part of their Service Learning programme, our High School students have recently joined the Traveleyes group with the aim of helping visually impaired people experience Paris through their eyes.
We are excited to announce our 2017-18 Annual Report, celebrating another year of life and learning at ISB.
Last week, our ISB Community rallied together, with festive spirits in tow, echoing cheers, and a sea of red in the stands and fields, to celebrate our wonderful tradition of Homecoming and support our amazing athletes.
We consider libraries crucial to student learning and we are very grateful for the support from our ISB Annual Fund donors who made it possible to transform our Libraries to fit the needs of today's students.
Last week, we launched the 2018/19 ISB Chateau Marble Gallery season with the Student Curatorial and Art Loan Programme Exhibition.
Over the summer, six of our ISB students represented Belgium in the 5th Tang Soo Do World Championship in London.
We would like to take this opportunity to congratulate all of our students who achieved so much during the 2017-18 school year.
On 16 May, the ISB e-NABLE student team gathered for an event called the Hand-a-thon, which took a half day and was dedicated to assembling 3D printed prosthetic hands.
Dedication, hard work, sense of belonging, and unique opportunities. These are all synonyms for the Belgian National Special Olympics. This year, ISB was represented by 16 ILS athletes.