Orange County 8th Grade Graduation June 2017 Globetrotter
Strong roots help students flourish
Des bases solides

Several of our alumni share how their time at the International School of Orange County helped them build a solid foundation for their future endeavors.

Samantha N

“I started at the School in Pre-K when I was just four years old and graduated from 8th grade at the age of 13. I now attend Samueli Academy – a local charter school that specializes in the fields of engineering and design. Though math and art were always my best subjects, it is my study of French math that has given me the biggest advantage in my high school engineering class. I am the only student who already understands the metric system!” Read Samantha’s full story here.


Piero K

“I was a student at the International School of Orange County for seven years from preschool to 5th grade; they were some of the best years of my education and I'm glad I spent them there. M. Reynaud, the current campus director, was my 2nd grade teacher at the time and was also my favorite. Thank you for such great years!”


Jasmin R

“I joined the International School of Orange County as a 2nd grade student, did not speak a word of French. I am about to graduate from Harvey Mudd College with a degree in Bioinformatics. I have achieved great academic results the whole way, in part thanks to my education and the excellent mentors, teachers, and friends at the School. The International School of Orange County has a great, tight-knit community where everyone takes care of each other. I would recommend this school to anyone!”

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The International School of Orange County admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.