How many students are currently studying at MIS?
Currently there are approx 694 students from Nursery to Year 13.

What is the average class size?
MIS has pledged that none of its classes will exceed 20 students.

How international is the student body at MIS?
MIS has 30 different nationalities. Currently, majority of the students is Myanmar. The other nations are: Australia, Bangladesh, Belgium, Britain, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Japan, Kazakhstan, Korea, Malaysia, Nepal, Netherlands, Philippines, Russia, Singapore, Spain, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, United States of America and Vietnam.

Is there a dress code?
We expect all our students at MIS to wear the school uniform including a specific uniform for PE. By wearing the MIS uniform students create a sense of pride in their school, are disciplined in their appearance and know that they belong to a community.

What access do students have to computers?
MIS provides computer and internet access to students from specific locations within the school such as the computer labs and school libraries. Internet access is provided primarily to support the education objectives of the school.

How is the staff made up?
All our staff is professionally trained and experienced. Many come from varied international backgrounds and educational institutions.

Is there adequate space for activities outside of the classroom?
MIS has several facilities for PE, sports and performing arts. An open field is available for football, cricket and baseball along with a covered court for basketball, badminton volleyball etc. Having both an outdoor and a covered space means our students can participate in activities year round. MIS also has Dance and Music studios and an Assembly Hall which are used for concerts and performances. There are also covered playing areas specifically for our younger students but enjoyed by all.

How are the needs of students met?
Firstly, our classes are restricted to 20 students which ensure that their individual needs are being met. Most classes have an assistant teacher who works closely with the classroom teacher. At every level from Year 1 to 12, students who require support in English language skills have access to our English as Additional Language support (EAL) programme.

What programs of study do MIS follow?
MIS offers an international curriculum modeled on programs of study developed by Cambridge International Education. Instruction is in English. Children in Nursery & Kindergarten develop social and motor skills as well as forming a base for more academic learning through play, music and art. An emphasis will be placed on learning phonetics. Primary School students are introduced to a variety of core subjects – English, Mathematics, and Science, Social Studies supported by a variety of enrichment courses including Art, Music and PE. In the Secondary School students participate in a board and balanced program of study in preparation for examination in the Cambridge International General Certificate in Secondary Education (IGCSE) and Advanced A Level qualifications.