Welcome International School Consortium members: January 2022

Please welcome the following schools who joined, or renewed memberships with, the WIDA International School Consortium last month.

Welcome to our newest members

Berlin International School: Berlin, Germany
Lausanne Collegiate School: Memphis, United States
Bishkek International School: Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
ISP International School, Hanoi: Hanoi, Vietnam
The British School in the Netherlands: Voorschoten, Netherlands

Thank you to our renewing members

Graded – The American School of Sao Paulo: Sao Paulo, Brazil
Perkiomen School: Pennsburg, United States
Dulwich College, Suzhou: Suzhou, China
International School of Turin (ACAT): Chieri, Italy
Harare International School: Harare, Zimbabwe
American Nicaraguan School: Managua, Nicaragua
Stamford American International School: Singapore, Singapore
MiSK Schools: Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Fayston Preparatory of Suji: Yongin-si, Republic of Korea
The Anglo-American School of Moscow: Moscow, Russian Federation
International School of Debrecen: Debrecen, Hungary
Halcyon London International School: London, United Kingdom
Colegio Franklin Delano Roosevelt: Lima, Peru
Jakarta Intercultural School: South Jakarta, Indonesia
German European School Singapore: Singapore, Singapore
American School of Madrid: Madrid, Spain
Nansha College Preparatory Academy: Guangzhou, China
Shanghai Community International School – Pudong Campus: Shanghai, China
Shanghai Community International School – Hongqiao Campus: Shanghai, China
Western International School of Shanghai: Shanghai, China
International School of Kigali (ISK): Kigali, Rwanda
Escuela Bella Vista: Maracaibo, Venezuela
King Abdullah Academy: Herndon, United States
Escola Beit Yaacov: Sao Paulo, Brazil
Seoul Foreign School: Seoul, Republic of Korea
Rosslyn Academy: Nairobi, Kenya

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