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Established in 2004, ISI is an international Primary, Middle, and High School for students in grades K-10

International School of Iceland

Öskudagur and Winter Break
Last Wednesday students and teachers at ISI celebrated "Öskudagur" (Ash Wednesday). Now we are all on winter break until March 1st.
Name Sculptures in 3D
Grade 6 and 7 created 3D name sculptures in art.
Facial Expression Art
Tröllafoss ( K-2) has been learning about how we use our senses to experience the world around us.
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Interested in Working at ISI?

ISI seeks an elementary/primary homeroom teacher and a teacher with IB MYP experience for the

2021-2022 school year. Click here to read more. 

Interested in Applying to ISI?

You can find all of the information you need and links to the applications by clicking here.

2020-2021 School Calendar

The school calendar for the academic year 2020-2021 is now available. You can access it by clicking here.

ISI Receives "Excellent in Iceland" Award for 2019

In September of 2019, the International School of Iceland received the annually awarded Fyrirmyndarfyrirtæki í Rekstri (Excellent in Iceland) recognition by Viðskiptablaðið. ISI is one of less than 2.7% of companies in the country to receive this award, which is decided based on the criteria of a company having healthy operations with sound, fiscal management.

Here is a link to the annual publication highlighting the most outstanding companies operating in Iceland, wherein you will find us featured among those selected. ISI is proud to be included on this list, alongside some of the country's most well-run organizations.

Hér má hlusta á skólastjórann, Hönnu Hilmarsdóttir í viðtali við hlaðvarpsþáttinn Uppbrot þar sem hún ræðir við þáttastjórnendur um skólann.

CONTACT US

International School of Iceland

Þórsmörk við Ægisgrund

210 Garðabær

ICELAND

Phone: 354 - 690 - 3100 /
354 - 620 - 9100

admin@internationalschool.is 

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