International School of Luxembourg

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The International School of Luxembourg, ISL (formally American International School of Luxembourg or AISL), is a privately owned non-profit school in Luxembourg City, in southern Luxembourg. The school has over forty nationalities amongst over 950 students. It is located on Campus Geesseknäppchen, along with several other educational institutions, which is in the quarter of Hollerich, in the south-west of the city.[1]

The International School of Luxembourg has students from pre-school through twelfth grade and offers a comprehensive selection of sports and after school activities. ISL offers the International Baccalaureate program for students in their final two years of school.[2]

The sports teams take part in the NECIS tournament. They compete in Football, Basketball, Track & Field, Swimming, Volleyball and Rugby. The team goes by the name of the Eagles.

The International School of Luxembourg was the first school to come up with the concept of the Global Issues Network. The network was founded in 2003.

Notable alumni[edit]

Notable teachers[edit]

  • Damian Gielty was a teacher but left at the end of the 2011-2012 school year.
  • Troy Blacklaws[3]


  1. ^ "Stadtentwicklungsplan Hollerich" (in French). Ville de Luxembourg. Retrieved 2008-03-31. 
  2. ^ "IBO Webpage Luxembourg Country Profile". 
  3. ^ Troy Blacklaws at the International School of Luxembourg: YouTube Video

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Coordinates: 49°36′02″N 6°06′30″E / 49.6006°N 6.1084°E / 49.6006; 6.1084