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International School of Kenya

PO Box 14103 - 00800

Nairobi, Kenya

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Total Students 850
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Year Founded 1976
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Phone No. (+254) 202091308
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The International School of Kenya (ISK) is a private, non-profit PreK-Grade 12 school created in 1976 through a joint partnership between the governments of the United States and Canada. Nestled on 50 acres of a former coffee plantation, ISK serves the educational needs of both expatriate and Kenyan students who seek a challenging, North American curriculum together with the rigorous International Baccalaureate Diploma program.


ISK has a unique two-tier governance structure reflecting the school’s joint ownership by the Embassy of the United States of America and the Canadian High Commission. There is a Board of Governors and a Board of Directors.
The BoG meets two times each year with the Board of Directors, and may meet other times as needed. The BoG also convenes the Annual General Meeting of ISK parents.

The Board of Governors (BoG) consists of seven appointees from the two sponsoring embassies. The role of the BoG is fiduciary oversight at the highest level, including approvals of the Long-Term Financial Plan, annual budgets, composition of the Board of Directors, and any major capital expenditure such as a construction project.

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