Members of The International School of Kenya Jazz Band are a group of high school students from the International School of Kenya in Nairobi who are travelling to Cape Town this month. They are to join some of the free Workshops being held at the Cape Town Jazz Festival and also to hold some workshops with some non-profit initiatives like the Delft Music Academy.

They will play a free public concert at the V&A Waterfront Amphitheatre of their wind and jazz repertoire at 14h30 on Thursday 24 March, please come along and listen! (Read more about this school below)

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Located on the outskirts of Nairobi, the International School of Kenya is a coeducational day school encompassing grades pre-kindergarten through 13 and offering both the North American High School Diploma as well as the International Baccalaureate Diploma to its graduates. 

At its picturesque 25-hectare campus established in 1976, ISK provides a well-rounded education to approximately 700 students who represent 74 nationalities.

Mission:
ISK provides an exemplary education offering both the International Baccalaureate and the North American diploma. We prepare students within a culturally diverse community to become informed, independent thinkers and responsible world citizens.Vision:
Empowering students to create solutions for tomorrow’s challenges 

School Values:
At the International School of Kenya, we believe that ISK is a community in which all of us, teachers, students, parents, and staff, are teachers and learners

  • that the best education is achieved in a caring, student-centered environment in providing for the realization of each student’s potential for intellectual, personal and social development, and responsible contribution to our diverse global environment
  • in nurturing student in critical inquiry, creative expression, ethical behavior, and cooperative social interaction
  • that the acquisition of knowledge, the development of skills, striving for excellence in all endeavors and maintaining a sense of respect for self and others are essential components of an ISK education
  • in the development of a sense of responsibility and respect for our environment
  • in the values of tolerance, appreciation, and respect for human differences among all of us in the ISK community.

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