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    Please see School Fees for the year 2019 - 2020 in the link below.

    Teaching Staff Needs

    Istanbul International School provides education from Early Years through to High School and is looking for qualified teachers with various specilizations for its expanding programme. 

    Please send applications to


    Our new school magazine will be coming out shortly.

    Have a look at our previous issue from last summer 

  • Dear Parents,
    We hope this finds you well. We look forward to welcoming you to school and would like to mention a few practical details as you prepare your family for the next school year.
    Important Reminder:

  • We are hiring now. We need teammates in our Primary School and as a Home Room teacher and a High School English Language teacher with experience in international exams.

    Please send your CV to (Please email this address if you require any further...

  • We wish our School Community a very pleasant summer holiday!

    2018 - 2019 Academic Year 

    Details about the next school year will be published in August. We will welcome Grade 1 and Grade 5 as well as Grades 9 - 12...

  • Job Openings for School Year 2018 - 2019:
    Mathematics Teachers for Middle School and High School
    Requirement: Fluent in English

    ICT Teacher for Middle School
    Requirement: Fluent in...

  • Early registration period for the school year 2018 - 2019 has started. To take advantage of early registration tuition and...

  • Apply for Cambridge Checkpoint / IGCSE / AS / A Level Exams:

    Click here for more details...

  • We look forward to welcoming you to school on September 11.

    Please note the following general information.

  • Welcome to a new school year – Now celebrating 15 years!

    We are now happy to confirm our
    Dear Parents,
    At school we are making our final preparations for the new school year.
    Start Date:
    We are still waiting for approval from the Ministry of Education, as we work differently from the normal Turkish school...
  • PLEASE NOTE: Istanbul International School has NO association with Beykoz National Academy, which is not a legal entity.
  • Follow us on Facebook and Instagram for the latest updates! :)

  • Early registration period for the school year 2017 - 2018 has started. To take advantage of early registration tuition and secure...
    Welcome back to school for the second semester, especially for newcomers!
    To follow school events, we recommend you visit our

  • We have had a number of exciting events at school over the past couple of weeks! Have a look on our
    facebook page to see what we've been upto! :)


  • Congratulations İlten on being the world's No 1 in Combined Science in the Cambridge IGCSE Exam!

  • The Ministry of Education has issued new regulations related to vehicles on school property and its vicinity. 

    For this reason we will be introducing controlled access to the school to allow us to follow the regulations and ensure a secure environment for our children....

  • The countdown has begun!  We are now making our final preparations to welcome you to school on Monday September 19.

    Our first day programme is as follows...

  • The school is open for registrations on Friday 16th and Saturday 17th of September.
  • Please note details of the registered school bus company we will be using for the school year of 2016-17. 

    As of August 17, 2016 the bus company will be at school to help you with the bus registration. 

  • September 19, our start day for the new school year, is fast approaching. In this connection, please take note of the following important information provided below and in the attachments. 

    A separate information letter will be sent to Pre School parents.
  • Dear Parents,

    Following the attempted coup, we as a school are naturally following developments closely. We anticipate no negative influence on our work and continue our planning and preparations for next school year, which is planned to begin on September 19, 2016.
  • We're Expanding!

    Istanbul International School is looking for talented teachers to join its diverse staff!

    The school currently has openings for the following positions...
  • End of School Year Director’s Greetings:

    We come to the end of another incredible, and incredibly busy school year here at Istanbul International School...
  • We congratulate our School website designers on being listed as a finalist in the national website competition in the School website category.
  • Early registration period for the school year of 2016-2017 has started. To take advantage of early registration tuition and secure your place, please contact the school before 15 March 2016, the deadline for early registration.
  • Have you ever wondered how our current notions about education have been shaped by history? Tune into Sir Ken Robinson's RSA lecture as an rsa-animate.
  • The recent events that have taken place in different parts of Turkey have not only affected us as adults, but also affect our children. Especially, when children see such events on television or social media, its impact on them can be quite negative. According to research, the exposure to...
  • Dear Parents,
    CLASS TIMETABLES: Temporary class timetables are now in use but may be subject to change. Confirmation will be given at the Class Orientation Programme for Parents September 28-30 when practical details will be discussed.
  • Dear Parents,
    Greetings from Çamlıca wherever this finds you! We are now in the month of August and so the countdown for the new school year has now started.
  • Dear Parents,
    We look forward to welcoming your child to his/her first experience of Primary School. To give them a good start we have devoted a few days of orientation before the main school begins.
  • Dear Parents,
    We look forward to welcoming your child to the new campus, which will house our Middle-High School students. The buildings are located a short distance from our Preschool and Primary School. Please consult the following map to help you find us.

    Managing upsetting news in the media for children

    The recent events that have taken place in different parts of Turkey have not only affected us as adults, but also affect our children. Especially, when children see such events on television or social media, its impact on them can be quite negative. According to research, the exposure to disturbing and violent images can have long-lasting impacts on children. Therefore, this brief article is prepared in order to explain what you can do as parents.

    • First of all, children who watch TV, read journals and have social media accounts should be monitored regularly because it is particularly essential for parents to learn what kind of information that their child can reach. Also, if necessary, the security settings can be activated.
    • Parents should avoid talking about these events among themselves when their kids are in earshot. Even though children do not seem to be listening to the adults, they do listen and try to interpret what they have heard by themselves, often resulting in an overwhelming emotional experience.
    • If the children witness these kind of conversations or the disturbing images, it is really important for the parents to encourage their children to talk about this issue and ask their opinions and feelings.
    • Moreover, it is also recommended that parents should listen to their children’s concerns, fears without being judgmental and then, give the necessary explanations. These explanations should be simple, reassuring and concrete.
    • In addition, it is really important for children to know the fact that they can talk about their concerns and questions with parents, teachers and school counsellors at any time.
    • Young children communicate their concerns through their drawings and play activities. For this reason, the parents can monitor and ask them to explain if they observe something unusual.
    • Also, parents are key assessors of warning signs, such as regressive reactions like thumb sucking, bedwetting, excessive clinging; physiological problems like loss of appetite, vomiting, sleep disturbances, headaches; social and emotional problems like withdrawal from friends, school refusal, irritability etc. If parents observe these signs, they should contact teachers and school counsellors.

    Counselling Service

    How to help your teen to manage his/her stress?

    Teenagers can get easily overwhelmed. Most of them engage in too many activities and have too high expectations. They want to be successful or are expected to be successful, but have not developed all the skills to cope. Expectations for success are not the only stressor that teens need to deal with. There are also other stressors for teens such as concerns about career/college plans, negative thoughts and feelings about themselves, changes in their bodies, problems with peers, moving or changing schools, separation of parents, death of loved one, etc.

    The lack of skill or resources to cope can lead to anxiety and disappointment. Students stagger under these feelings and during the teenage years they may give unexpected reactions in ordinary situations. Overloaded stress can also lead withdrawal, aggression, physical illness or poor coping skills such as drug and/or alcohol use.

    In order to prevent these possible problems, parents can help their teen in these ways:

    • monitor if stress is affecting their teen’s health, behaviour, thoughts, or feelings
    • listen carefully to teens and watch for overloading
    • learn and model stress management skills
    • support involvement in sports and other social activities
    • encourage teens to use relaxation techniques

    Especially practicing relaxation exercises are one of the most effective and beneficial stress management techniques. Relaxation techniques are the self-regulating exercises that develop capacity for attentiveness, mental focus, management of stress and anxiety. They typically involve learning how to breathe properly, letting go of physical tension and clearing unpleasant, intrusive thoughts from the mind. Students can use them in school setting or outside of school whenever they need it. Managing their own emotions helps them to feel confident and safe.

    Having a 5-10 minutes break with relaxation exercise in a day will help them develop a sense of self-regulation in the long run. The research about relaxation techniques indicates improvements in executive brain function, memory, emotional resilience, academic performance, improved student behavior, and reduced level of stress.

    As parents, you can learn and model relaxation techniques and encourage your teen to use them in every once in a day. When you practice or get your teen practice them regularly, you will see the incredible effect of 10 minutes break of relaxation. If you want to learn more about relaxation exercises as a stress management tool, you can refer resources on breathing, relaxation and mindfulness.


    Campus A - Pre-School:
    Turistik Çamlıca Cad. No 29 / Üsküdar- İstanbul-TURKEY 34692

    Campus B - Primary School:
    Turistik Çamlıca Cad. No 12 / Üsküdar- İstanbul-TURKEY 34692

    Campus C - Middle - High School:
    Harman Sok. No 1 / Üsküdar- İstanbul-TURKEY 34398

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