International School of Nice

The International School of Nice is an IB World School and a leader in international education for students aged 3-18, offering the Primary Years Program, iGCSEs and the IB Diploma.

About

The International School of Nice states it has a mission is to inspire a diverse community of learners to take a proactive role as responsible global citizens.

In primary school, the ISN is authorised to the the IB Primary Years Programme (PYP).

In secondary school, students take both iGCSE exams and also preparatory courses for the IB. In sixth form, students may only study the IB Diploma Program, which is internationally recognised and opens the door to international university applications.

The school has a Young Explorers program for children ages 3-4, which takes place in a custom-fitted, bespoke classroom for inspiring and creative indoor and outdoor play-based learning. With 6 school bus routes across the region the school is well connected to Nice, Monaco, Sophia-Antipolis and Cannes.

ISN is a clear reflection of the international community on the French Riviera with an enrolment of 42 nationalities including British, American, French, Russian, Scandinavian, Italian, German, and Dutch students.

The school is a member of the Globeducate group of schools.

Fees

School fees range from 12,000 to 19,700 euros annually, which can be paid in termly installments. To see an overview of extra services, costs and a breakdown of school fees year by year (in French and English) click here.

Admissions

The schools admissions department can arrange school visit and virtual online tours. The application process to enrol a child can also be completed online by following the links here.

Location

The school is based on the banks of the Var river, and is a 15-minute drive west from Nice city centre.

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Contact Details:

15 Avenue Claude Debussy, 06200 Nice
+ 33 4 93 21 84 93
admissions@isn-nice.com




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