In line with the New York City Department of Education’s efforts to contain the spread of COVID-19, ISB’s campus will be closed until April 20th at the earliest. Distance Learning is now in session! Visit the Distance Learning Information Hub for updates and resources.

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In line with the New York City Department of Education’s efforts to contain the spread of COVID-19, ISB’s campus will be closed until April 20th at the earliest. Distance Learning is now in session! Visit the Distance Learning Information Hub for updates and resources.

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High School Placement

 

Advocates for Our Students' Future

 

ISB recognizes the critical role of high school placement support and provides a variety of resources to help its Middle School students and families navigate this complex process.

8th Grade families work closely with ISB’s High School Placement Coordinator and the Director of Middle School during the high school application and placement process. Our multi-year program allows the Director of Middle School and the High School Placement Coordinator to help families find the best match between our students and high schools.

ISB students apply to a broad range of high schools, including independent day schools, schools with religious affiliations, public schools, specialized public schools, and boarding schools.

Because of their strong academic backgrounds, critical thinking skills, creativity, and compassion, ISB graduates are highly sought after by high schools.

In the last five years, our graduates have been offered placement at the following high schools:

Academy for Careers in Television and Film

ACS Hillingdon (UK)

American School in London (UK)

Avenues: The World School

Aviation High School

Bard High School Early College Manhattan

Bard High School Early College Queens

BASIS Independent

Brooklyn Bay Ridge Preparatory School

The Beacon School

The Berkeley Carroll School

Bishop Loughlin Memorial High School

The Boerum Hill School for International Studies

The Brearley School

Brooklyn Friends School

The Brooklyn Latin School

Brooklyn Prospect Charter High School

Brooklyn Technical High School

The Calhoun School

Cardinal Spellman High School

Cathedral High School Christ the King High School

Church Farm School

The Dalton School

Dwight School

East Side Community School

École Jeannine Manuel (UK)

Edward R. Murrow High School

Emma Willard School

The Ethel Walker School (CT)

FDNY High School for Fire and Life Safety

Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts

Food and Finance High School

Fordham Preparatory High School

Foxcraft School (VA)

Friends Select School (PA)

Friends Seminary

Frank Sinatra School of the Arts

Garrison Forest School (MD)

Germantown Friends School (PA)

Goldstein High School for the Sciences

Grace Church School

High School of Art and Design

High School for Environmental Studies

High School for Math, Science, and Engineering at City College

High School of Telecom and Technology

International School of London (UK)

La Salle Academy

Léman Manhattan Preparatory School

Linden Hall (PA)

Loyola School

LREI - Elisabeth Irwin High School

Lycée International de Londres

Winston Churchill (UK)

Manhattan/Hunter Science High School

Midwood High School Millennium

Brooklyn High School

New Explorations into Science, Technology and Math

Notre Dame School of Manhattan

NYC iSchool

NYC Museum School

PACE High School

The Packer Collegiate Institute Poly Prep Country Day School

Rudolf Steiner School

Saint Ann's School

St. Edmund Preparatory School

St. Jean Baptiste High School

St. Vincent Ferrer High School

Southbank School (UK)

Swiss International Scientific School in Dubai

United Nations International School

Urban Assembly Maker Academy

Xavier High School

Xaverian High School

Student Action Brought Composting to ISB!

After three months of students consistently separating food waste from other trash, the habit of composting is now firmly established in the ISB Cafeteria.

ISB’s First Common Read

This year, Librarian Maria Falgoust and MYP Coordinator and Middle School Language & Literature Teacher Katie Rogers teamed up to introduce the idea of a “common read” to the entire Middle School student body, as well as ISB’s faculty and staff. Over the summer, all chose to read either We are Displaced: My Journey and Stories from Refugee Girls Around the World by Malala Yousafzai or Born a Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood by Trevor Noah

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