The International School Bangalore

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Coordinates: 12°53′29.21″N 77°45′0.67″E / 12.8914472°N 77.7501861°E / 12.8914472; 77.7501861

The International School Bangalore
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Bangalore, Karnataka
Type International School
Dean Mrs Santhamma Gopalkrishna
Principal Peter Armstrong
Number of students 1005+
Language English
Chairman Dr. K P Gopalkrishna
Director Dr Bindu Hari

The International School Bangalore (TISB) is a private educational institution located in the Sarjapura Varthur road in Bangalore, India. It was founded in 2001 by Dr. K. P. Gopalkrishna, and is a sister schools to the National Public Schools, Bangalore. Students of TISB take the International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) examinations at the end of the 10th grade, followed by a two-year International Baccalaureate diploma.

In 2009, the Good Schools Guide, a publication that surveys independent international schools in the UK and abroad, placed TISB amongst the top five such schools in the world.[1] In 2013, EducationWorld Magazine conducted a survey of 5,779 respondents including parents, teachers, principals and other educationists, and found that TISB ranked #1. [2]

Usually the graduating class is pretty small which is around 130 students. TISB is primarily a boarding school but also has a significant amount of local students who are day scholars or just come in for the academic day.

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TISB has 3 full-sized football field (an astroturf, a grass and a mud field), a full sized hockey field, two tennis courts, two basketball courts, a gymnasium area with exercise equipment, two badminton courts, a swimming pool, table-tennis tables, snooker tables and a squash court.


  1. ^ "TISB Ranks 1st Among Top 5 International Schools". Retrieved August 2013. 
  2. ^ "Many B’lore schools in country’s top 10". Times News Network. Retrieved 27 March 2014. 

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