THE WASHINGTON POST
The International School of Minnesota (ISM) was recently listed on the The Washington Post’s annual “America’s Most Challenging High Schools” list.
ISM, a private, Pre-school to Grade 12, college-preparatory, day and boarding school located in Eden Prairie, MN, ranked as the top private school in Minnesota in The Washington Post’s annual list of “America’s Most Challenging High Schools.” In fact, ISM was the only private school in Minnesota to make the list. This is the third consecutive year that ISM has been recognized for the challenge it offers students.
Commenting on the ranking, Mr. George Saad, SABIS® Vice President of U.S. Operations said, “We are very proud to have SABIS® Network schools included on these prestigious lists once again and are committed to challenging our students and helping them all achieve their full potential – in the classroom and in pursuit of their talents and dreams in college and beyond.”
ISM is a member of the global SABIS® Network, which includes public and private schools located in 16 countries on four continents. All schools in the SABIS® Network implement the proven SABIS® Educational System, a comprehensive program that equips students with a solid academic foundation and the skills needed to achieve future success.
To learn more about The Washington Post’s “Challenge Index” or view the listing for ISM, click here.
#164 International School of Minnesota (P)