Curriculum: In addition to a regular school program, the primary campus provides a village correspondence course for children living in villages with their parents. The school provides curriculum materials and lesson plans and maintains regular radio contact with parents, to keep the children in sync with the rest of the class. At both campuses, there are specialists in Special Needs, Physical Education, Music, Art and Computer. When possible, UIS offers a mother tongue program for families with non-English mother tongues at both campuses. The secondary campus offers AP classes in various subjects. The teaching language is English.
C0-Curricular: Primary: Sports Day, Book Week, Cultural Arts Fair complement the academic program. Secondary: Drama, Instrumental Music, Choir, Yearbook, Photography, Basketball, Soccer, Softball, volleyball, and Track and Field
Facilities: Facilities on the primary campus include 8 classrooms, 3 double classrooms, a computer lab, art room, assembly hall, library, audio-visual room and six classrooms for Mother Tongue Studies. The large playground has two fields and a large outside covered basketball court / play area. Covered walkways allow students and staff to traverse the campus in the rain without getting wet. The secondary campus is situated on 5 acres, has 7 buildings, a library, 23 classrooms, a playing field, basketball court, 2 science labs, a computer lab, youth ministry office, Drama prop room, and Music and Art blocks.
- Primary: email@example.com; Secondary: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Jaimi Brewer (Secondary)/Laura Young (Primary) (Principals)
- $1,076 - $8,442/year
- Secondary only; there are 4 boarding homes for MKs while parents are in their village
- School Year
- Late July to late June
- Sponsoring Organization
- Year Founded
- Western Association of Schools and Colleges