• Relocating to Keevise 2 building in Ülemiste City, which allows for active expansion
  • Applying for IB licenses to teach the Primary Year Programme (PYP) and Middle Years Programme (MYP)
  • Completing the IBO international training programs
  • Starting as an IB Candidate School in September 2018
  • Building a comprehensive support system for learning assistance
  • Number of students: up to 60
  • Number of (joint) classes: at least four

The classes will cover the Primary Years Programme (PYP). Trial implementation of Middle Years Programme (MYP).


  • Developing the school management structure in accordance with IBO standards (e.g., PYP and MYP coordinators)
  • Creating and implementing the school’s quality system.
  • Preparing for the accreditation process as an IB Candidate School
  • Implementing the IB curriculum
  • Number of students: up to 100
  • Number of classes: 5-6 (most likely grades 1-10)
  • Location:  Keevise 2, Ülemiste City


  • Authorisation to teach the IB Programme
  • IB School status by September 2020 (PYP)
  • MYP to 2021!
  • All basic school classes based on PYP and MYP curriculums
  • Number of students: up to 125-130 students
  • Number of classes: 7-8 (grades 1-12)
  • Active promotion in relation to the new status of the school
  • Building a new, modern school building
  • Location: Keevise 2, Ülemiste City


  • International School of Tallinn (IST) will have gained an excellent reputation
  • Relocation to a newly built school building on the Ülemiste Campus
  • Commence the Upper-Secondary School Diploma Programme
  • Have 9-10 class sets in the school and 150-160 students
  • Active cooperation throughout the Campus Learning Centers to provide a variety of classes, workshops, and educational services across the board, e.g., career counseling, entrepreneurship, technology classes, and so on.
  • Setting up the School Student Council and providing support

IST has drafted and approved the IST Strategic Plan 2017-2021.

If interested, please read the detailed planning: PDF