British International School of Boston



The mission of the British International School of Boston is to nurture lifelong learners and inspire global citizenship within a rigorous and supportive academic environment. BISB serves toddlers through high school students (18 months to Grade 12).

416 Pond Street Boston, MA 02130

view phone617-522-2261


Grade: DK - 12
450 students
Established in: 2000
Student Teacher Ratio: 6:1
Uniforms Required: Yes
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International. Individual. Inspirational. The British International School of Boston (BISB) is a unique, internationally focused learning community dedicated to developing a broad worldview in our students. Serving students from toddlers through high school (age 18 months through 18 years), BISB provides highly personalized and internationally respected learning.

From our Toddler program (age 18 months) through our High School, BISB’s global focus is rooted in the international curricula used: the National Curriculum of England, the International Primary Curriculum, the International Middle Years Curriculum, the Cambridge IGCSE, and the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme.

The International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme offered by BISB is considered among the most elite high school diploma programs in the world. It is recognized as a rigorous preparation for colleges and universities in the US and abroad and has helped BISB students earn acceptances to some of the top higher education institutions in the world. Learn more about what makes BISB international, individual, and inspirational.
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Accreditations: Assoc. of Independent Schools of New England
Tuition: 9,730 - 29,800
Financial aid: Other
Top 3 universities graduates attend:
Religious programs: Not Applicable
Percentage of teachers with advanced degrees:
Day Care: Yes
AP classes: Not Applicable
Foreign languages taught: French, Spanish
Athletic programs: Basketball, Cross Country, Intramurals, Physical Education, Soccer, Swimming, Tennis, Rowing,flag Rugby; curling; sailing club; golf club
Fine Arts taught: Acting, Choir/Chorus, Computer Lab, Debate, Design, Drama, Instrumental, Music, Technology
Special Service: Not Applicable
Standardized tests given: Other
Academic and Enrichment programs: Domestic Field Trips, International Field Trips

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