• Our Lincoln Park Campus

    Our state-of-art facilities will inspire our children to be ambitious.


  • Dedicated and Inspiring

    Our teachers are recruited for their ability to nurture lifelong learners and inspire each and every student


  • Highest Quality Learning

    Our approach to learning gives each individual student the skills to thrive


  • Love to Learn

    Our students love to learn, and our curriculum encourages inquiring minds and to always aim high


  • Join Our Family

    We welcome you to our inclusive community. From day one, you and your child will feel at home with us

    parent and child at British International School of Chicago, Lincoln Park

  • Stay Connected

    Speaking directly with us is the best way to get your questions answered quickly. We look forward to hearing from you


  • Keeping Track of Busy Lives

    Find out about the latest activities and developments in our school, including our new campus developments

    girls playing soccer at the British International School of Chicago, Lincoln Park

  • Lifelong Values through Skills Development

    The benefits of physical activity extend beyond the gym and work towards children’s inspiration and growth.


Year 4

  • Emma Scott 2016

    Emma Scott

    Year 4 Leader

    Emma Scott

    I was born in Cheshire, a county in the North West of England, and grew up in Manchester with my parents, younger brother and our dog, Milo! After spending 5 years living in Liverpool at the beginning of my career, I moved to Chicago in August 2012. I love everything about this city - from the culture and architecture to the food and Summer festivals!

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  • Katharine

    Katharine Ganley

    Year 4 Teacher

    Katharine Ganley

    Born in Yorkshire in the North of England, I lived there with my family throughout my childhood until moving to Manchester for University. As part of my degree, I spent a year studying at the College of William and Mary in Virginia. This was such a wonderful experience and I have been keen to return to the US ever since. After graduation, I worked for an American company in London for five years. During that time, I was fortunate to travel lots with my job and worked with people from all over the world. Once I decided to change careers, I trained to be a teacher back in Yorkshire before moving once again to London and teaching in an East London school. For the last four years, I have taught at a British International School in Hong Kong. I have loved living in Asia, as it’s so diverse and has provided such fantastic travel experiences – my passport is now full of stamps! Moving to Chicago is so exciting, and I am ready to explore a new city as well as spend time visiting new places in North America. In particular, I am looking forward to watching more live sport and music as well as experiencing seasons again – I have not had a winter in four years so will definitely need to also do some shopping to buy some warmer clothes!

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  • Matt Gregory 2016

    Matt Gregory

    Year 4 Teacher

    Matt Gregory

    I grew up in London and, after finishing my degree, I took a range of jobs in the city before deciding to enter the teaching profession. My wife is from Michigan, we met when we were both working as summer camp counselors in Maine, and we married in 2009, staying in London for 3 years before making the move across the Atlantic to Chicago. I am a West Ham fan and run the supporters' club here in the city. There are plenty of reasons to like Chicago, but the one thing I love is that it is made up so many different people and cultures from across the globe, creating a culturally rich environment that you can see and hear and feel.

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