English schools in Asia
Bishkek International School is a private, non-profit, co-educational day school serving Pre-school through Secondary students. BIS was founded in 1993 by Quality Schools International in order to provide a Mastery Learning and performance-based education in English for children of expatriates living in Kyrgyzstan.
BIS has grown each year since its inception. In 2004, the school moved its campus to a larger, remodeled building with a large play area, an outside basketball court, and a fully functional cafeteria.
Bishkek International School, a non-profit institution which opened in September 1994, offers high quality education in the English language for pre-school, elementary, middle and secondary students. An enrollment of approximately 55-60 students is projected for the 2005-2006 school year, representing about 15 nationalities. This will include students from the diplomatic community, the international business community, and from the local Kyrgyz community.
The curriculum includes English (reading, grammar, composition, and spelling), Mathematics, Cultural Studies (History, Geography, Economics, and Political Science), Science (Physical, Life, and Earth), Art, Music, and Physical Education. Intensive English classes are offered to students who need additional help with English. Computer use is integrated across the curriculum. Additional language acquisition is offered in Russian. The school seeks to provide students with an appreciation for the rich culture and history of Kyrgyzstan. Materials and equipment are up-to-date and of high quality. The class sizes are small.
Quality Schools International
QSI is a non-profit organization operating 31 international schools in Eastern Europe, Central Asia, the Far East, South America and the Middle East. Bishkek International School benefits from the unique opportunities afforded by this organized network of schools with three decades of proven performance.