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  • International School of Creative Arts (ISCA)
    Framewood Road
    SL2 4QS
  • Head: Robert Hunter
  • T 01753 208820
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  • An independent school for boys and girls aged from 16 to 19.
  • Boarding: Yes
  • Local authority: Buckinghamshire
  • Pupils: 85
  • Religion: None
  • Fees: £36,640 (Fees include Tuition and Boarding)

What the school says...

ISCA’s philosophy is to nurture the creative potential of each individual student and to offer the most artistically energising education to hone talents, sharpen intellect and build self-confidence.

Our team of talented and dedicated creative arts staff, combined with a robust commitment to small class sizes, creates a unique environment for students to both identify and achieve their future aspirations.

By encouraging and developing artistic talents and skills in this way, ISCA provides a specialist arts education that ensures each student has the opportunity and support to realise their full creative and academic success.
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