The International School of Havana is an international school in Havana, Cuba. It was founded in 1965 by Phyllis Powers, a British expatriate to educate the children of diplomatic missions' staff. The school has two divisions: the Lower School Section which includes Early Years to Grade 5 and the Secondary School Section (Grades 6 - 12). Primary Section students prepare for IPC, IPM and English National Standards. Secondary Section students prepare for the Cambridge International Examinations's IGCSE examinations and the International Baccalaureate Organization's IB Diploma Programme. The school is accredited by New Eangland Association of Schools and Colleges and the Council of International Schools.
ISH is the only accredited school for children of expatriates in Havana that offers education through the medium of the English language and has a unique and charming campus with student play areas and purpose built classrooms and other facilities, including computer laboratories and library in addition to classrooms in the older original houses.