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Summer Camp

ISE Summer Camp 2018

Students will learn and explore each weekly theme through research, field trips, art, drama, crafts, STEAM activities, in a Project Based Learning environment.

Early Childhood Program: Pre-k to KG
Elementary Program: Grades 1-6
Secondary Program: Grades 7-12

Please return your registration to the office no later than June 1st. You may also register by sending an email to with your name, grade and weeks you would life to attend (Priority will be on a first come first served basis.)

ISE Summer Camp Brochure 2018

Summer Camp poster

ISE and US College Camps Partner Up

College Recruitment Timeline
What Rising 11th and 12th Graders Should Know…

Throughout a college-bound junior player’s competitive career, understanding the recruiting process and the NCAA Recruiting Rules can aid in positioning a young player properly to be recruited.
This article outlines the major milestones and to-do’s for players in the 11th and 12th grades.

College Recruitment Timeline – Part 1What Rising 9th and 10th Graders Should Know..Throughout a college-bound junior…

Posted by U.S. College Sports Camp Asia on Friday, January 26, 2018

College Recruitment Timeline – Part 2What Rising 11th and 12th Graders Should Know…Throughout a college-bound…

Posted by U.S. College Sports Camp Asia on Saturday, January 27, 2018

Reducing risk in sports: Sleep is essential for student-athlete succes

Sleep is vital to health and function for everyone. For student athletes, the stress of physical performance and schoolwork may create an environment that affects their sleep. Here are three areas that are influenced by the lack of restful sleep; all play a role in sports performance:

Please include resting into your training schedule, it is one of the most important factors to improve overall…

Posted by U.S. College Sports Camp Asia on Sunday, January 21, 2018

World Read Aloud Day

The International School Eastern Seaboard is proud to be a part of “World Read Aloud Day”.  In honor of World Read Aloud Day, three of our own teachers participated in a read aloud in their own language along with students and staff participating with costumes and showing of their favorite books.  This is a true celebration for all!