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International School of Boston
45 Matignon Road    
Cambridge, Massachusetts  02140  
   
Private/Independent School
12 565 students
 

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Employer Website: http://www.isbos.org
 
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Employer Description
 
The International School of Boston (ISB) is an independent, non-profit, Preschool-12 French-English bilingual and international school located in Cambridge, Massachusetts, in one of the most vibrant metropolitan areas in the United States. As a world-class, accredited academic institution, ISB places the development of the bilingual brain at the heart of its mission. ISB students graduate with an American high school diploma and choose between two internationally renowned diplomas, the French or the International Baccalaureate, giving them the opportunity to thrive at leading universities in the United States, France, and around the world. Offering a rich experience with rigorous programs, ISB prepares its students for a lifetime of learning and service.

Mission: ISB cultivates excellence through French-English bilingual and multicultural learning.
 
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Diversity Mission Statement
 

At the International School of Boston, our intentional focus on Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging (DEIB) is an essential underpinning of the high-quality education we provide. We strive to ensure that all members of our community feel valued and experience a strong sense of belonging. We honor the diverse backgrounds, languages, identities, abilities, experiences, and perspectives that comprise our community. 

We endeavor to develop empathy and prepare our students to thrive in the pluralistic world in which we live. We are committed to equitable access to learning opportunities to the maximum extent possible within our rigorous programs. We recognize that our dedication to DEIB requires an ongoing process of learning, self-reflection, and cross-cultural exchange in our community. We are committed to doing this work.