International Christian School - Pyeongtaek

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Founded: 1990
NICS school since: 1990
Grades: K - 12
Capacity: 300


ICSP is located in Pyeongtaek, South Korea, which is approximately 70 km south of Seoul. The population of Pyeongtaek is approximately 500,000 people, and it is a mixture of dense urban areas and wide-open agricultural space. ICSP sits just outside the city center in the rice fields. Pyeongtaek has some of the urban opportunities one might expect from a larger city, but it has a much slower pace than a global city like the nearby cities of Seoul or Suwon. Notably, ICSP sits approximately 6 km from the US Army Garrison Humphreys and approximately 15 km from the Osan US Air Force Base.


ICSP’s student population is made up of the following groups: Korean nationals, US military families, US military contractors, and international business families. Currently, the ICSP student body is mostly comprised of students from the USA (1st), Korea (2nd), and China (3rd), but a total of 11 nations are represented. ICSP is a K-12 program with an American-style curriculum, including AP courses in the high school.


ICSP is looking for teachers who are passionate about shepherding their students to Christ and to a love for learning. Being a small school, it is imperative that staff be flexible and mission-minded. With a total of 130 students, our small school culture feels like a family. Despite the small size, we put a lot of value in quality instruction, solid curriculum development, and continuous school improvement. Most importantly, we’re looking for teachers who believe in the mission of NICS and ICSP. Quality instruction goes alongside the proclamation of the Gospel. It is essential that ICSP teachers see themselves as workers in God’s harvest. We believe teachers can be both skilled and rigorous educators and dedicated missionaries.


ICSP is dually-accredited by the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) and the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC).

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