"Life is 10% what happens to us and 90% how we react to it". Everyone experiences big emotions- and at ISB we believe this is okay! To help our students develop helpful coping strategies to manage these big emotions, we introduce the four "Zones of Regulation".
"Stories behind numbers" celebrate the achievements and growth of our most recent graduates. In this video interview, Class of 2022 Amit talks about his Diploma Programme years at ISB and how his hard work and determination allowed him to achieve his goals.
In this interview, Denise tells us about her path to ISB and how she became the Assistant Principal.
In this interview, Grade 10 student Louise talks about her path towards becoming a professional skier, why the journey is more important than the destination, and how your efforts always pay off.
As members of the Model United Nations (MUN) Press Team, Senior School students Lylah and Charlie write about the recent visit to our school by the Ambassador of Ukraine to the Swiss Confederation, Dr. Artem Rybchenko. Their first-hand experience reflects well the spirit of this important event in our school life.
"Stories behind numbers" celebrate the achievements and growth of our most recent graduates. In this video interview with Class of 2022 Emilija, she shares her unique experience and persona insights in her learning journey at ISB.
Our Grade 10 students imagined many different scenarios in their final English project of the year. In preparation, they reflected on their learner portfolios and developed a line of inquiry:
With over 2,500 participants, our recent International Festival was the most sustainable to date, thanks to a team of volunteers who ensured the event was climate-friendly and ecological.
Grade 11 students took part in an interdisciplinary project with the theme: Building back better - a shift to sustainable practices. The Group 4 Project is an interdisciplinary activity involving students from the different science and technology subjects (known as Group 4) to analyse a common topic or problem.