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ISZL is a global International Baccalaureate School, with students from a range of countries. Our First Language Coordinator and Head of the ISZL Multilingual Academy, Dr Lorna Caputo-Greenall, reviews our 2022-23 intake.
ISZL’s Parents’ Association hosted new and returning parents for its Welcome Back Fair, held in-person for the first time since 2019.
It gives us great pleasure to share the success of our graduating class, who have received an excellent set of academic results.
Re-accreditation with the Council of International Schools and the International Baccalaureate is a rigorous process - but an invigorating one too, as ISZL takes stock of its strengths and plans for the future. Our Deputy Director Colleen Broderick reflects on what we have learned.
Former student Laura Wellington looks back on her time at the Zug Anglo-American School (now ISZL) in the 1960s.
ISZL’s Middle School Principal, Stuart Byfield, and Grade 8 teacher Elizabeth Jewitt describe this vital component of ISZL’s curriculum.
As ISZL celebrates its 60th anniversary, music teacher and leader of the Zug Campus ISZL Choir, David Smith, looks back on his 30-year career at the school.
Assistant Principal for Grades 2-5, Christine DeLuca, explains how the foundation of ISZL’s Primary curriculum teaches students a lifelong curiosity about the world around them.
How has our children’s mental health been affected by modern life, including the pandemic? ISZL’s interim High School Principal, Dr Paul Richards, has a life-long interest in mental health. Here, he sets out his manifesto for young people’s wellbeing.
EAGLES, the ISZL after-school programme for working parents, is marking two full school years of providing a nurturing space at the end of the school day. Our EAGLES leader, Bernadette Fässler, describes the programme:
The Middle Year Programme Coordinator, Kelli Meeker, reflects on the Grade 8 challenge, a key event in Middle School life
After a two year gap, ISZL's International Day came back in style. Perfect weather, beautiful food, and a specially-composed ISZL song - We Are One.
Our Early Years German teacher Grainne McFadden-Rohan explains how early language development is both local and joyful - making the most of our Swiss connections while having fun
How Grade 8 student Luke expanded his leadership skills and introduced other students to his passion for making model aeroplanes, with the help of ISZL's annual giving fund.