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Sports and Extra-Curricular Activities
Basketball, soccer, tennis, cross-country, swimming, skiing, track & field, golf, volleyball, softball, netball, unihockey.
Anti-Slavery Club, Art Club, Arts and Crafts, Badminton, Ballet, Board Game Club, Cooking in German, Cooking for University Life, Drama Club, Drawing, Gymnastics, Hip Hop Dance, Homework Club, Jazz Dance, Karate, Knitting and Crochet, Latch-hook Projects, Mathematics Club, Programming Club, Robotics and Engineering, Rowing, Science Club, Scouts, Scrapbooking and Journaling, Student Ambassadors, Tech Crew, Touch Rugby, Webdesign HTML/CSS, Wildlife Conservationists, Young Authors Club.
Science labs, computer labs, food technology labs, design labs, music classrooms well-equipped with instruments, music recording studio, well-supplied art rooms, dance studio, auditoriums with professional light and sound equipment, school shop, onsite nurses rooms, triple and double gymnasiums, all-weather surface playing fields, full-size soccer field, climbing walls, indoor and outdoor basketball courts, running tracks, long jump pits, sand volleyball court, fitness room.
International School Basel
ISB is a not-for-profit, co-educational day school serving students ages 3-19 with the three widely acclaimed programmes of the International Baccalaureate (IB) at three separate campuses. These include the Primary Years Programme (PYP) for ages 3-11, the Middle Years Programme (MYP) for ages 11-16, and the Diploma Programme (DP) for ages 16-19. After-school care and holiday camps are provided for younger students and German is taught as a mandatory language until Grade 9.
The administration and faculty are committed to providing a student-centered education that fulfills its mission: to help our students learn more, in many different ways, and to have fun learning in a safe, caring, and helpful community of teachers and learners. In addition to student learning, growth, and development, the school promotes cultural awareness, respect, and appreciation for people of all nationalities, religions, and cultural backgrounds.
Since its founding, ISB has welcomed support from the local Swiss community, as well as the diverse industries of the region. As the local demand for international talent continues to grow, and as families from across the globe continue to settle in the Basel region, the school continues to expand. The school benefits from–while at the same time provides–an invaluable service for the global community which calls Basel home. As such, ISB has firmly established itself in both the local and international communities, and is a common ground for local families that want their children to connect with the world, as well as international families that want their children to find a home within the local landscape.