To UN, on Mission Menstruation

City-based 9th graders take discussion of tabooed subject to govt schools, distribute sanitary napkins. For most adolescent girls, menstruation is a hush-hush affair. But Nina Reddy and Preethi Subbiah, 9th graders from The International School Bangalore (TISB), want to change this dismal scenario. They have started a project, Svaasthy, to spread awareness on menstruation to girls from underprivileged families. The two girls will also present their work to policy-makers at the UN headquarters in New York. Read More


TISB achieves its best IB results in its 18-year history.

A remarkable 5 students have achieved the maximum 45 points and 7 students scored 44 points. The percentage of students with 40 - 45 points is 40.33% with an overall average of 38 points.

It is a testament to the dedication and commitment of the teachers, the support of the families and boarding staff and most especially the hard work and effort of the students at TISB that we can now be so proud of this achievement.

Please do visit TISB at our next Open Morning, specifically for prospective Grade 11 students, on Saturday 1st December 2018, from 8.15am – 2pm.

Contact Mr Abad Irani or Miss Deepa Kandiah on admission@tisb.ac.in for further details

We look forward to welcoming you to TISB.