**Please note that our school is closed for the summer holidays between 4th July and 17th August. During this time please allow up to 2 weeks for a response. Please refer to the contact page for details of how to get in contact with us.**
**International School Haarlem, along with other primary schools in the Netherlands, has re-opened as of May 11th. Our Secondary department re-opened, in accordance with government guidelines, on Tuesday 2nd June. We currently have adjusted opening hours: 08:00 - 14:00 for the lower primary campus and 08:30 - 14:45 for the upper primary and secondary campus.**
The International School Haarlem opened its doors in September 2017 with a primary department and started in 2018 with a secondary department.
The school offers an international curriculum to specific groups of students. We are proud of our school with its open and engaged culture, with our students at the heart of it.
At this moment the school is located on two sites:
- Groups 1, 2, 3 and 4 are based at our location Schreveliusstraat 27, 2014 XP in Haarlem
- Groups 5, 6 and 7 are taught with MYP 1, 2, 3 and 4 at our second site on the Oorkondelaan 65, 2033MN in Haarlem East.
The distance between school sites is approximately 3 km.
In academic year 2020-2021, we will add MYP5 to our Secondary Department.
In academic year 2021-2022, we will start our Diploma Programme with DP1.
Please go to 'Organisation' to find information about our two locations.
At ISH our vision is to develop a community of caring, compassionate, honest, open-minded global citizens who enjoy learning in critical and creative ways. We strive to develop a positive sense of self and engage with our world on a local and global scale.
At ISH we enable the fulfillment of our vision by
providing dynamic, world-recognised teaching programmes with inquiry-based learning at the core
encouraging all members of the school community to engage in matters of worldwide interest and take part in service activities that aim to make a difference in the local and global community or the physical world
emphasising positive personal and learning values in daily life and learning (thoughtfulness and respect, principles and morality, communication and cooperation, resilience and adaptability)
guiding students to reach their full potential as thinkers and lifelong learners by taking risks and reflecting on knowledge and experience
facilitating an encouraging, positive environment in which students are equally supported and challenged to achieve
welcoming and respecting all members of our school community
To read more about our vision and mission, please click *here*.