Educating the students of today to be the world citizens of tomorrow



Welcome to the International School Groningen.

The International School Groningen serves the needs of the International Community in the north of the Netherlands. Situated close to the city of Groningen the school is easily accessible by road and public transport.

Through the International Baccalaureate Organisation

the school provides high quality English language

education in a pleasant, secure and stimulating

environment to students aged from 11 to 18.



Latest news and information:

Date: 23-02-18
Mock & Oral Exam Schedule

On Thursday 8th of March the DP2's will start their mock exams.


Please click on the links below to open the schedules.


DP2 Mock Exam schedule

DP2 Oral Exam schedule

Date: 08-03-18
ISG Annual Soccer Tournament

On the 23rd of March 2018, the ISG annual soccer tournament will take place. 

A great evening of fun and food organised by the PSG (Parents Support Group).

Mark your calendars and choose your team. Registration forms are now available in the reception.

Dinner will be provided by the PSG.

Friends & family are always welcome to come and support.


See you all there !!

Date: 19-02-18
Interdisciplinary project - MYP4

Inclusive and Exclusive


MYP4 students and teachers are joining forces in an Interdisciplinary Unit (IDU) for Humanities, Dutch L&L and Dutch L&A in the first week after the Krokus holiday.

On Friday 9th March we will meet with a volunteer from Herinnneringskamp Westerbork who will share his personal history with us.

Prior to this meeting, students will debate on the theme of our IDU looking at it from different perspectives.


Looking forward to an interesting day!


Ms Wassink, Mr Schuringa and Ms Baert

Date: 26-01-18
The Blue Compass

The Blue Compass: created by students for the ISG school community, click below on "fullscreen" and enjoy.



Date: 23-01-18
Krakow Exhibition

After a recent CAS trip to the wonderful city of Krakow some students of the International School Groningen participated in a range of activities and service related exercises enhancing their knowledge and interpretation of this city.
Students were asked to capture architectural elements, emotional aspects and general scenes that made an everlasting impression on them using Photography.
After researching the 'Photorealism' movement students were asked to choose one of their images and transfer it into a Photorealism piece of their own.
This task has involved many elements of the MYP curriculum and its wonderful to see it all come together in this exhibition.


Please click here for the information of the exhibition.

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