International Schools Consortium

International Schools Consortium (iSC) is a nonprofit organization that, since 1986, has offered excellent academic programs to meet the intellectual, physical, and emotional needs of students. iSC has six schools in China — in Chengdu, Qingdao, Wuhan, Wuxi, Tianjin, and Yantai — one school in the UAE, and helps to support various other educational initiatives globally. iSC is a multi-school program, enabling students and teachers to participate in system-wide programs where they can interact with others outside of their immediate school. Students compete in basketball, volleyball and soccer tournaments, as well as music and choral festivals, and Model United Nations (MUN) conventions.

Sarah Day

I grew up in upstate New York in the United States, and I am the oldest of six children. After my undergraduate experience, I spent my first three years of teaching at Kunming International Academy in Kunming, China. When I returned to my home state of New York, I taught English as a Second Language to Elementary students while earning a master’s degree in special education. I am certified by the State of New York to teach Childhood Education (Grades 1 through 6) and Special Education (Grades 1 through 6). My first year at CDIS was the 2013-2014 school year.

Sarah Day
Elementary ELL

B.S. in Elementary Education, Philadelphia Biblical University
M.S.Ed. in Special Education, Binghamton University