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Support for the ISB Annual Fund is an important way in which our global community helps enhance the ISB experience, year after year. Through gifts from parents, alumni, faculty and staff, and friends around the world, we are able to strengthen our offerings for students, investment in faculty, and Campus infrastructure.


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Your Giving in Action 2019/2020

In the 2019-20 school year we are seeking funds to support the following projects and programme enhancements.

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Kick-starter funding for the expansion of our work with Social and Emotional Learning & Well-being with students, teachers and parents.
Multiple visits from a ‘cognitive coaching’ expert for faculty training.
Athletics initiatives including Hudl technology, athlete travel suits and new Fitness Room equipment
Digital Citizenship curriculum enhancements, such as the viewing of the “Like” movie for students, parents and employees.
Passion Learning in the Elementary School for students to explore a subject that is important to them to gain life-long interest and skills.
Summer Camp Community Outreach Awards to provide a reduction in the financial cost for a local student to attend one of ISB’s summer camps, building on and supporting our mission of ‘Everyone included’
Specialized equipment to support the new MS film class
Visiting Artists and Scholars Programme to bring in outside experts in various industries to work directly with students
Service Learning projects school wide
New “Raider’s Shack”
Elementary School Creativity Cave refresh
New playground equipment for the Elementary School
Career Related Programme (IBCP) classroom resources and teacher training
Furnishing “Learning Spaces of the Future” in the HS, ECC and ES
Bike sheds to encourage alternative transportation solutions