International schools provide quality education founded upon a Bibilical worldview that trains students with an academic experience to confidently and persuasively engage their community and the world. International national schools promote various cultures of the international community and the modern system of education and this equips the students of this schools to survive anywhere in the world. Due to advancement of science and technology, modern day education needs various curriculum of the international standards and the international school is the only panacea of all these. In international schools, the students have a chance to interact with various students of different countries and this moulds them for their future careers. Moreover, in the international schools as the students have the chance to acquaint with the different languages, their communication skills improve significantly and the students distinctively become more matured and naturally diplomatic in future. Globalisation provides an opportunity for the international schools to thrive all over the world.
An international school is defined as a school that promotes international education inan international environment either by adopting international curriculum or following a national curriculum different from that of the country, the school is located in.
History of international schools
The first International schools were founded in the latter half of the 19th century in countries such as Japan, Switzerland and Turkey. Early International schools were set up for those who are constantly on the move, like children of personnel of international companies, international organizations, NGOs, embassy staff with the help of nations having large interests in the hosting nation: for instance, American diplomats and missionaries often set up schools to educate their children; children of American military and army families often attended the Department of...