At The International School of The Hague (ISH), we are very proud of the quality of education that we provide for the students of all ages and nationalities. ISH can proudly say that it is a true International School with 1900 students on roll from over 85 nationalities. Our mission statement reflects this; Curious, Connected and Compassionate and we aim to inspire personal excellence in our strong and diverse community.
ISH has been serving the community of The Hague for many years. We joined the Primary and Secondary schools together when we moved to our current Kijkduin campus in the south of the city. The Primary School prides itself on being the first school in the world to be awarded ‘Mastering’ in the accreditation of the International Primary Curriculum (IPC) in 2009. In 2013, we were also awarded ‘Re-mastering’, another wonderful achievement. The Secondary School follows the International Baccalaureate (IB) Middle Years Programme (MYP), Diploma Programme (DP) and Career-Related Programme (CP) and our results at both MYP and DP are above the world average. For CP our first students will graduate in 2019. The Secondary School is also accredited by the Council of International Schools (CIS).
The International School of The Hague is also a member of the Rijnlands Lyceum group of schools, a non-profit educational foundation that has schools in the local and surrounding area in Sassenheim, Oegstgeest and Wassenaar. In The Hague we have also the Eerste Nederlands Montessori School (ENMS) and The European School (ESH).
How would you rate International School The Hague (ISH)?
I was at the school for a total of 6 years and I found it fantastic. When I first joined the school I did not speak any English and after 1 year I was already able to talk with my fellow classmates thanks to the ELA program in the school. I am now in an other school and I now see the high level of ISH because I am ahead of many of my new classmates.