British International School of Boston
A Nord Anglia Education School
We offer a distinctly different option from other private schools in Boston, providing your child with the opportunity for a high level of academic success.
Globally Recognized Curricula
Our combination of curricula is regarded as one of the finest in the world by leading colleges and universities.
Nurturing Risk In A Safe Environment
We celebrate success and encourage risk taking, all within a safe and supportive environment where well-being comes first.
Inspiring Every Child
Our staff are dedicated to knowing every child well and adapting their approach to ensure all are successful.
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Never a Dull Moment
There is always something going on here! Read our latest news to get to know us better.
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We're bringing the national computer programming, Hour of Code, to our school.
At the British International School of Boston, your child will benefit from a forward-thinking approach to learning as preparation for the global future.
Your child will learn using our outstanding international curricula to help ensure personal and academic excellence.
Your child will benefit from our individualized approach to learning, which offers success to every student.
Your child will connect with a global network of friends and have truly inspiring experiences.
The Museum of Fine Arts got some new art for its walls on Sunday, hosting an exhibit of student art from the British International School of Boston.
Nord Anglia Education is growing its family of international schools with the acquisition of six new schools in North America, Switzerland and China.
What drives curiosity? For several BISB students, it's science! These students got a chance to share their curiosity with Greater Boston this week as part of the Cambridge Science Festival's Curiosity Challenge.
Are edible insects the way of the future? Could eating more insects improve our nation's sustainability efforts and reduce hunger issues? BISB explored these questions last week at the Cambridge Science Festival.
BISB students will soon have a new entry for their resumes: as an artist whose work is hanging in the Museum of Fine Arts.
BISB is hosting a group of exchange students from Arles, France this week, and has been getting our families involved in welcoming them to Boston.
Three British International School of Boston students have been selected to participate in Nord Anglia Education's inaugural Global Orchestra program this summer in NYC.
What does it take to explore a human cell at 300,000 times its actual size? Read on to discover the answer!
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