The International School at Dundee is an International Baccalaureate World School.
Principal Teresa Ricci
Asst. Principal Eugene Matejek
ISD has been identified by the CT State Department of Education as a School of Distinction in the category of"Highest Overall Performance."
This was based on a rating system enacted by CT where each school's performance on the CMTs is analyzed and assigned a "School Performance Index." Our designation indicates our school performance falls in the top 10% of all elementary schools in CT. This is something to celebrate and reflects the hard work of the staff and students. We are, of course, very proud of this accomplishment and committed to sustaining it.
The mission of The International School at Dundee (ISD) is to lead students toward becoming life-long learners and responsible citizens of the world. To this end, we teach, model, reinforce, and reward the achievements of academic and social/emotional goals that will result in students becoming: Inquirers, Thinkers, Communicators, Risk-Takers, Knowledgeable, Principled, Caring, Open-Minded, Well-Balanced, and Reflective.
In 2000, ISD became the first magnet school in the Greenwich Public School system. ISD was also the first school in New England to become an accredited International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme (PYP) school in 2003. The number of IB schools continues to rise globally, due to its inquiry-based learning program, and focus on developing the whole child.
An active school PTA provides popular family events such as: Skate Nights, Movie Nights, and Ice Cream Socials. The ISD PTA provides curriculum enrichment as well including cultural partnerships at each grade level, Math and Science nights, Science enrichment programs, Classical Cafe, technology purchases, author visits, and more.