Learn about the size of each division, which nations are represented, which languages are spoken, and more.
students are new to TASIS.
students have returned to TASIS, marking a retention rate of 87 percent.
students are the children of TASIS alumni—the highest number in our 67-year history!
When a family is introduced to TASIS through an alumnus, we know the applicant already understands something important about the culture of the school.
Bill Eichner, Director of Institutional Advancement
Nearing the Finish Line
The Class of 2023 will be a bit larger than last year’s graduating class (114 compared to 102). Next year’s graduating class projects to be even bigger, as grade 11 is currently the largest in the School with 128 students.
nationalities are represented in the student body.
Cote d Ivoire
Saint Kitts and Nevis
The ten nations most represented in the TASIS student body, in alphabetical order:
Eight new nations are represented in this year’s student body:
Côte d Ivoire
different languages are spoken as a mother tongue.
Home Away From Home
A total of 263 students (49 percent of all Middle and High School students) reside in one of the nine dormitories on campus. The other 487 students live at home with their families and travel to school each day for classes.
We aren’t looking for one type of student. There are countless different pathways through TASIS, but they all share the TASIS experience.
Emily McKee, Director of Admissions
The School of Choice
The 422 applications our Admissions Office received for the 2022–2023 academic year represent a slight uptick from last year, which in itself was the most since 2013. In addition, Director of Admissions Emily McKee and her team accommodated 618 campus and virtual visits over the past year—a new TASIS record!
Learn more about our community
Meet some of the faces behind the numbers. Browse our wide collection of stories about our alumni, students, and faculty in our Community Life section.