(2016) Going Deeper with Social Media and Technology in Teaching and Learning
In partnership with EARCOS.
Founded in 1962 by the Handmaids of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, Seisen International School offers a well respected programme including a co-ed Montessori PYP Kindergarten and an all-girls environment from Grades 1 to 12 featuring IBPYP, IBMYP and IBDP.
Our educational philosophy of love and service is guided by the teachings of the Handmaids and of their Foundress, St Raphaela Mary. A professional, international staff of 99 teachers from 25 countries provides a safe and challenging CIS/NEASC accredited education for our students. There are many opportunities to contribute to our award-winning arts program and competitive sports teams.
Seisen International School lists its openings through various external recruitment agencies.
Seisen International School is committed to promoting diversity, inclusion, equity and anti racist principles in its recruitment and staffing practices.
Please see the Seisen Recruitment Policy below for more details.
25 nationalities represented on staff
Many staff identify as Third Culture Kids
Academic and Social Mentors for new staff
Seisen alumni return after university to join the staff
2012 Most recent re-accreditation
2017 Mid-term evaluation
2020 Preparatory evaluation
2022 Next re-accreditation
"All members of the community interviewed were unanimous in their characterization of the school's working environment as positive, supportive and highly professional."
Evaluator Feedback from Preparatory Report November 2020
"The teaching staff at Seisen is always using the guiding statements, even if they are not in the classroom setting. I have often heard the staff encourage the girls to step out of their comfort zones and take a risk in doing something they normally wouldn't do."
Parent quote from CIS/NEASC Preparatory Report 2020
"Members of the board on visiting the school comment about the sense of freedom and the happy, welcoming atmosphere. From a young age, children are guided to be responsible and caring. There is a close, appropriate relationship with students, where respect and appreciation are obvious on both sides. We have observed how the administration puts the student first when making decisions."Board quote from CIS/NEASC Preparatory Report 2020