In Ms. Boccieri’s art class at IST, Thursday, February 24, was a “provocation” for creative thinking. The first graders are about to enter their 5th planner of the Year, “How We Express Ourselves”. By connecting with the book, Not A Box, by Antoinette Portis, the children…

Masks are now optional but supported at IST! Please read below for the newly updated IST COVID Protocols.

The International School of Texas will break ground in spring 2022 on a new 40,000-square-foot main campus located at 15506 W. Hwy. 71, Bee Cave. The new campus will be built on the same site as the existing middle school, which school officials acquired land…

  Calling all Trailblazers — Mr. G has a challenge for you!  Build a birdhouse out of recycled materials and watch what happens!  By using recycled materials to make a craft, we use our ingenuity and creativity to build a home for some of Texas’…

  We couldn’t be more proud of Hayden, one of our amazing IST Kindergarten students, for her awesome raised bed filled with herbs and vegetables.  She did such a great job! At IST, we value healthy eating because we know that our bodies and mind…

Dear Families, I hope your Monday is off to a great start! As you may have heard during today’s assembly, I am hosting an art contest for all IST students and have included the info below. I initially had the deadline as next Friday, April…

We are so proud of our Middle School Head Girl, Emerson.  She prepared this video message for the IST community.  We are proud of Emerson and all of our students for being principled, caring communicators, especially during this challenging time. Go, IST!

How many of us as adults look back on our early education and remember opportunities we had to make a difference for our families, communities, and even our world.    I would venture to guess not too many.   I went to school and did well learning…

As an IB teacher for the past 20 years, there have been many times when parents or educators have asked me about the importance of Art within the IB Philosophy.   “Why do we have to be in Art class, Ms. Boccieri?” Henry asked me…