Seoul International School (or SIS as it is ordinarily called) is a common universal private school private academy arranged in Seongnam, South Korea offering an American educational plan in an English-just setting.
At the point when Seoul International School previously opened in 1973, it was the principal outside school since Korea’s freedom from the Japanese extension to be completely perceived by the South Korean Ministry of Education. The school was first situated on the grounds of Konkuk University where another homeroom office was finished in 1976
The school graduated its initial four-year secondary school senior class in 1978. As SIS developed and extended, the school required more offices and a bigger grounds. In 1981, the current 8-section of land (32,000 m2) site was chosen, and the school structures were planned with Korean design themes. The 150,000 square feet (14,000 m2) grounds was finished a little more than four years after the fact. The transition to the current grounds was made in May 1985. Situated in the city of Seongnam (on the outskirt of southeast Seoul), the school is around twenty-five minutes south of Lotte World, the Jamsil tram station and Olympic Park. The school is situated close to the Bokjeong Station on Seoul Subway Line 8.
The Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC), situated in California, certify Seoul International School for a six-year term in 1979. Resulting reaccreditations were gotten in 1985, 1991, 1997, 2003 and the spring of 2009. As a state of going to the school, each understudy is required to hold non-Korean perpetual residency or citizenship.