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Maximizing your High School Experience

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ISB's High School is a hive of activity.

First and foremost, your academic success is our priority. We work hard to ensure your High School choices are right for you, and get you to where you want to be. However, life isn't all about study - you are unique and have unique interests, passions and ideas, and we are here to support you in discovering more about yourself. We will challenge you to try new things and perhaps take you out of your comfort zone a little - you will thank us for it later, we promise!

In this section, you can discover more about some of the opportunities available to you to make your High School years really count. Of course, we can't squeeze in everything that happens at ISB - it's a very busy place! But we hope that this gives you a good flavor of what you might expect. Your time in the High School is all about you - your own personal challenge and determination to make a difference in your own life and that of others. We are here to guide, support and help you.

Justin Alexander
High School Principal

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Activities and Clubs 

ISB sponsors various clubs and activities, depending on student interest and participation.  

School clubs offer a range of benefits that can contribute to a student's overall educational experience. One of the most significant benefits is that clubs provide a sense of community. By joining a club, students can connect with others who share similar interests and develop a sense of belonging.

Another benefit of school clubs is that they offer opportunities for students to develop new skills or pursue interests that may not be covered in traditional classroom settings. 

At ISB, we are very proud of our high school club options. There is something for every student in high school. If there is something missing in our offerings, students can propose to start their own club. 

Current list of clubs offered at ISB: 

Many clubs also offer opportunities for students to take on leadership roles. By leading a club, students can develop important skills such as communication, collaboration, and decision-making. At ISB, we have six councils (Arts, House, Service, Student, Tech, and Varsity). Councils are a great opportunity for students to practice their leadership skills and represent the student body. 

Being a member and a leader of a school club can also enhance a student's resume and college applications. Colleges often look for applicants who have demonstrated a commitment to their interests and are capable of balancing multiple responsibilities. 

Students can learn more about the clubs offered at the club fair held at the start of the school year. 

Leadership in clubs and councils are limited to a maximum of three officer positions (including being a council member). This means that a student can be an officer of two clubs and be a part of a council or an officer of three clubs.

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