International School of Moscow

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The International School of Moscow
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The International School of Moscow (abbreviated ISM) is an international school serving the expatriate community in Moscow (children aged 2 to 18 years – Pre-Nursery to Year 13). The school follows the English National Curriculum with students taking their IGCSE and AS/A Level exams in secondary school.

It was established in April 2007.[1]

Location and facilities[edit]

The school has two campuses: one in Krylatskoye District, Western Administrative Okrug, Moscow, and one in Rosinka, Krasnogorsky District, Moscow Oblast.[2] Facilities include modern classrooms, science labs, libraries, ICT rooms, sports facilities and a dining hall.


ISM is governed by the British Schools Foundation, a UK non-profit organisation which aims to promote British-style education worldwide. The day-to-day operation is overseen by the headteacher. The school is also an affiliate of the Council of British International Schools (COBIS), and licensed by the Russian authorities.


  1. ^ Mansell, Warwick. "Expat guide to Russia: schools" (Archive). The Telegraph. 28 November 2011. Retrieved on 24 October 2015.
  2. ^ "Contact Us." International School of Moscow. Retrieved on 2 October 2015. "Krylatskoe Campus Address: Krylatskaya Street 12, Krylatskoe, Moscow, 121552" and "Rosinka Campus Address: Building 41, IRC Rosinka, Krasnogorsky region, Moscow rural, 143442."

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