Our congratulations go to the students, to their families who supported them through the two challenging years of the IB Diploma Programme, and to all of the members of staff who worked alongside them.
International School of Paris History
In 1964, Monique Porter founded an international school within the city limits of Paris. She named the school Pershing Hall, based on the building where the operations started. At the beginning there were six students representing five different nationalities, but the school grew rapidly and soon expanded to cover classes from Kindergarten to Grade 8.
In 1975, after several moves to various facilities in the 16th arrondissement, the school settled in 96 bis rue du Ranelagh and changed its name to the International School of Paris. In 1983, ISP’s middle and high school moved into 7 rue Chardin, and in 1985, the school expanded into 6 rue Beethoven. Both Ranelagh and Beethoven campuses have grown with an additional building since then, and today the school boasts approximately 700 students representing close to 60 different nationalities and mother-tongue languages.
Throughout its 50 years of history, ISP has provided a first-rate international education to a diverse, motivated and happy student body. This would not have been possible without committed and professional teachers and staff, strong leaders, visionary trustees and active parent participation, to whom we all owe our success today.
Over fifty members of the ISP community old and new gathered together to catch up, reminisce and bid a fond farewell to Mr Collett after 40 years of teaching.
Christine Merveille retired in October 2016 after 20 years' service to the ISP community.
Everyone who has attended the International School of Paris Secondary School since the early 1980s knows Mr. Collett, who is finally graduating!
Nadine Ferreira retires after 24 years of teaching French at ISP. To celebrate her career and retirement, we invited Nadine for an interview.
Maria Carneiro is one of our colleagues who will be retiring at the end of the year, after long service at ISP. Maria tells us her story.
Melissa Bertin, Class of 2015, is doing an internship at ISP, working together with the wellbeing teams to develop nutritional awareness within our community.
The International School of Paris Class of 2016 has produced the best IB Diploma results we have ever had in school, by almost every calculation!