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Students at Seoul International School
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Teacher and tiger mascot hugging.

The only thing that you absolutely have to know is the location of the library. Albert Einstein

The SIS libraries are learning hubs that provide an engaging environment for creating and supporting a community of passionate readers, collaborators, critical thinkers, inquirers and life-long learners who connect and contribute to the world around them.

Elementary Library
Elementary Library

The Elementary Library is a connected space of learning where students and families are able to read, collaborate, create or think and gain new knowledge. Students and families have access to a dynamic collection with more than 10,000 books, 1,000 e-books and access to newspapers and magazines from around the world. Students use age-appropriate online databases, encyclopedias and research tools. Every year through our “Visiting Author Program”, the library hosts authors and illustrators who extend and enhance our students’ learning.

Elementary Library

New middle and high school library
Secondary Library

The renovated Secondary Library is a comfortable, inviting space for reading and learning. We offer students and families access to a dynamic collection with more than 10,000 books, 1,600 e-books and access to over 7,000 newspapers and magazines from around the world. All students can access age-appropriate online databases, encyclopedias and research tools. Every year through our “Visiting Author Program”, the library hosts authors and illustrators who extend and enhance our students’ learning.

Secondary Library

See The Campus in Action

Curriculum

ES / MS / HS

See how the mission, vision, and tiger values are interwoven throughout the SIS curriculum. 

Athletics

Sports Teams

Students are encouraged to participate in athletic clubs and teams. Participation encourages cooperation and collaboration, two key aspects of our tiger values.

Clubs

Extra Curricular

We offer extracurricular opportunities for students at all school levels. Many of these clubs have students getting involved in community improvement programs.