Exceptional Education for Innovative Learners
In this exciting inaugural year, Midtown International School sincerely thanks the community for its outpouring of support and greetings. We are beyond thrilled to have this uniquely designed program for gifted students so warmly welcomed!
Midtown International School is intended for superior students who learn best in very small class environments, with exposure to a globally-minded curriculum and variety of instructional strategies. Our foreign language instruction, dedicated STEAM teachers, and commitment to 21st century learning provide an exceptional foundation for our bright young learners to succeed in school and in life. For more details about our program, Discover MIS.
We have a few opportunities remaining for facility sponsorships. If you would like to make a charitable contribution to purchase an entire room in the name of your choice, please contact our capital campaign chairperson.
News & Events
October 1st, 2013
Our Annual Fund Campaign is underway! Our Annual Fund has been established to find new and valuable ways to support our children’s education. Please visit our Annual Fund page to learn more or click here to make your invaluable contribution to support our cause.
August 8th, 2013
Our faculty and staff started one week ago and have already surpassed all expectations for establishing a climate of support and excellence. Construction is complete, and we are ready to move in and greet our students on the first day of school, August 19th.
March 26th, 2013
Four MIS Faculty attended the National Curriculum Network Conference last week at the College of William and Mary's Center for Gifted Education. What a fantastic opportunity to build relationships and practices that will move students who may be just "fine" in a regular classroom into achieving their full potential. We have long lamented the challenges that face high-achieving students and their families, and appreciated the chance to grow in our roles as their advocates.
February 18th, 2013
We were in San Francisco last week at the Learning & the Brain Conference, collaborating with neuroscientists, researchers, and 1500 educators from around the world. We're energized by the keynotes that confirm our commitment to new learning models for innovation and creativity. Our strategies and curriculum are not only reflecting current research, but are uniquely bringing this new knowledge into the realm of practice.