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A Capital Campaign for ISLA

Every. Dollar. Matters.


Juntos, podemos lograr la meta.

(our goal together)


to help raise

global citizens


Who We Are

International Spanish Language Academy (ISLA), a K- 6 Spanish immersion community, empowers the whole child by nurturing the development of personal growth, strong character, academic excellence and global vision. Learn more at

ISLA has momentum!

Fiscally responsible in the black since its inception.

Standardized test scores are higher than the state wide average across every subject. 2

Community. Students, teachers and parents know each other by name.

Parents are actively involved in the school.

Student to teacher ratio is capped at 25:1. 1

of survey respondents rate their kid's ISLA education as "excellent" or "very good." 3

Look how much we've grown:

Our New Home

A modern educational center that reflects our Mission.


Our Goals

$750,000 at a glance:

Why Give? 8 reasons to help ISLA:

  • Kids can see first hand what philanthropy looks like.
  • You can use your talents, time, money, energy and connections to make your kid's school even stronger.
  • You and your family can see tangible results, witnessing progress in real-time where you live.
  • Kids in your community will have the advantage of another strong educational choice in the western
    metro area.
Small Buisness
  • The benefits to kids will grow because one gift will snowball into additional gifts from others, creating a movement of giving.
  • Kids will grow up to be future workers who can communicate in another language and culture.
  • Kids are prepared to become the next wave of well-rounded individuals, gaining strong character, academic excellence, personal growth and global vision.
  • Kids will develop into tomorrow's bilingual workforce right here in your own backyard.

Being raised around the world, I feel fortunate to have my children attend a school with a global perspective.

- Janine K, parent

YOU can be the difference.