• March, 2015
    • TueMar03 Year 3 Residential Parents meeting 17:30 to 18:30
    • ThuMar05 Year 13 Orals 5 - 13 March 2015 in The Hungry Mind
    • ThuMar05 Year 9 History Trip to Ypres


An Oasis for Learning 

Surrounded by green, with the ocean only a few minutes away the International School of The Hague is situated in an ecologically aware environment: an inspiring place from which to embark on a lifelong learning experience.

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Stepping Stones for Life

From the playground to the classroom learners at the ISH are encouraged to be critical thinkers, discover their potential and respect diversity and one another. Learning is the Heart of the International School of The Hague. 

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Exploring Possibilities 

Benjamin Franklin said: “Without continual growth …., such words as improvement, achievement, and success have no meaning.” Students at the ISH are given many opportunities for growth, and encouraged and supported to take advantage of them.

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Intrinsically International 

Learners at the ISH are internationally minded not only because they are internationals, but because they have the opportunity to be a part of something bigger. With more than 85 nationalities represented it is a truly unique environment.

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Body & Mind 

Competitive or not, in teams or individually, sports is an integral part of the ISH’s commitment to developing the minds and bodies of its learners.

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Musical Interludes

The Malcolm Davies Music School provides students ample opportunities to explore music as well as to experience performing, and showcasing their talents.

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The Athletic & Physical Education Department at the International School of The Hague believes that a strong sports program, whether from a curricular or extra-curricular perspective, enables students to lead successful, active and healthy lifestyles.

Sports Schedule


Arts play an important role in a holistic educational concept and are therefore mandatory for all students in Years 7 - 11. All students study Drama, Music and Visual Arts in Years 7, 8 and 9. In Years 10 and 11 students must take at least one of the Arts subject.

  • Drama
  • Music
  • Visual Arts
    Visual Arts
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