Are there are any problems with exclusionary behavior, cliques, or bullying at this school? Please describe any problems your children may have experienced in this area.

Not that we have seen - Sep 2018


Yes - there is a clear split in ISU between Mongolian students, Korean students and other students, with pronounced disciplinary problems. ISU's general stance is appalling, basically to pretend that problems don't exist. - Jun 2015


No, there is no "us-them" at ISU; the school maintains a strict rule about no single nationality becoming a majority of the student population; students come from many different countries. The IB learner profile stresses open-mindedness and tolerance in building internationally-minded people. Bullying or teasing that does happen is an issue with individuals, not groups. - Sep 2011


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