Since its inception in 2007, The World Scholar’s Cup has become one of the most recognized, joyful, and fastest-growing extracurricular activities in the world. Although it may look at first glance like an academic competition, it is more aptly described as a celebration of learning—an inclusive enrichment experience in which students of all backgrounds work together to explore new subjects and practice new skills.
The International School of London (ISL) Qatar has an outstanding reputation for high academic standards, prestigious International Baccalaureate (IB) programmes and an impressive record of admissions to the best universities worldwide.
IB Diploma Pass Rate
Every year, ISL Qatar celebrates the highest number of students achieving their IB Diplomas.
Our highest scores were a very impressive 43 points (top 1% worldwide), 41 points (top 4% worldwide) and 40 points (top 6% worldwide)
1st Choice University
After IB at ISL Qatar, students go on to study a course in a university of their choice.
Average Class Size
Spacious, purpose-built campus with small class-sizes to allow for personalized care and learning.
Truly international student body of 1000 students from 70 countries.
Inspiring and passionate teachers from different countries.
Diverse population develops the understanding of the perspectives of children from different nationalities and to function better in a multicultural environment.
Arabic, Bulgarian, Dutch, French, German, Greek, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, Serbian, Spanish, Swedish and are constantly adding more.
The International School of London Qatar (ISL Qatar), now celebrating 10 years, hosted its fifth annual Winter Carnival at its campus in North Duhail on 1st December. The school’s atrium, gym and playground were transformed into a winter wonderland. The event attracted over 1000 visitors from the student body, parents and the ISL Qatar community.
The 7th Annual ISL Qatar Masithandane Walk took place on Friday, 9th November at the Corniche. The walk was a huge success with a record turnout of participants. Students, parents and school staff contributed generously to the cause.