There are too many fond memories in ISS as I have spent five and a half year in this school. Some of them include being in the basketball team, jazz band, dance group, activity week in New Zealand, and MUN (Model United Nations). But the most memorable ones are the small moments of interaction with my classmates in and out of class.
The IB curriculum that ISS offers definitely prepared me for my university life. My analytical and critical thinking skills were well-developed after undertaking a wide range of IB assessments. Being in a small yet diverse community like ISS made me appreciate unity in spite of difference. By having common goals and aspirations, such as to win the basketball championship, or to graduate, we were able to enjoy the process of learning together.