Kampala - School Report Question and Answers

Do expatriate students socialize with local students at the school? Are both groups successfully integrated into the school culture?

My daughter felt a very strong vibe of 'reverse discrimination' as a white student. She was bullied her first year to the point that the counselor had to get involved, and this apparently happened to other new students in previous years in her grade and others. It was probably her worst experience socially of any international school and it only got better her second year, at which point, she had already decided she didn't like the school. My daughter wasn't the only one with this problem, and a group of parents made this a big issue with the head of school and school board. I hope that things are better for incoming students now. - Sep 2020

Yes and yes. - Sep 2018

Inclusion is hugely important at ISU and they do well on this. - Jun 2018

Yes - Aug 2015

Yes. - Jun 2013

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