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Raising a Third Culture Kid

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Digital Portraits by 8th Grader Cybille I. Celebrate 2019 Graduates!

8th grader Cybille I. is a talented artist who has already begun to develop a unique artistic vision that can be seen in her striking work.

Throughout her time at ISTP, Cybille’s talent has shown through – in the art room, at our annual Arts...

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ISTP’s First Ever PYPx: 5th Graders Showcase their Learning and Action

At ISTP’s first ever PYPx, the Rothschild Multipurpose Room was filled with evidence of our 5th graders’ hard work, deep thinking, and self-motivated learning. Students confidently and enthusiastically engaged with parents and students of all...

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Alumnus of the Month: Jeremy Rossmann

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ISTP alumnus Jeremy Rossmann is a perfect example...

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International Middle Schoolers Take on Advanced Mathematics at MATH en JEANS Conference

This March, members of the International Middle School Math Club participated in MATH en JEANS, a unique French program that allows middle and high school students to try their hand at research-level mathematics.

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Ruby Celebration Gala: Happy 40th Birthday ISTP!

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ISTP Authorized as an International Baccalaureate (IB) PYP School

We are very proud to announce that the International School of the Peninsula has been authorized to offer the International Baccalaureate (IB) Primary Years Programme (PYP).

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Lights, Camera, Action! International Middle Schoolers Explore Filmmaking

At ISTP, our students engage with the arts in many forms, from visual art in diverse styles and media, to digital art, to drama – and now filmmaking can be added to this list!

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Alumnus of the Month: Neel Ramachandran

 

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Happy New Year – Year of the Pig!

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This year, the first day of the Lunar New Year falls on Tuesday, February 5th. Traditionally, Chinese New Year celebrations last for two whole weeks, culminating in the Lantern Festival on the 15th lunar day (February 19 this year). 

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