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Get recognition for your school’s outstanding initiatives and achievements

The British International School Award goes International – and we are proud to support it!

International School Awards
International School Awards
You may have heard of the British International School Award, hosted by International School Leader Magazine with the support of ISC Research. We featured Jerudong International School, the winner of last year’s Outstanding Strategic Initiative Award, in a post only a few months ago, which shared their story and achievements.

This year, in an exciting move to acknowledge the global and increasingly diverse picture of the industry, the International School Awards 2019 are open to all English-medium, K-12 international schools.

We are proud to support the awards as the headline sponsor, and in this way help to create a platform to recognise and celebrate excellence in international education.

Twelve different category awards will acknowledge best practice, creative endeavours, community participation and innovation in international schools this year, and one category winner will be selected as the International School of the Year 2019.

Applications are open until 25th September. The Awards website provides information on how to enter, as well as advice on what to include in your application.

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