From Maile Uohara, Director of Admissions

From Maile Uohara, Director of Admissions

One of the most meaningful gifts you can give your child is the gift of an exemplary education – one that opens doors and puts your child on the right path. For over three decades, the International School of the Peninsula has engaged students with a rigorous bilingual curriculum within a safe and nurturing environment.
The end result of an ISTP education is a student who is truly bilingual – but ISTP is so much more than a language school. Above all, we offer a top-notch education to our students. We teach math, science, and all the traditional disciplines, but we teach them through the language. Our native speaking teachers come from a variety of countries and cultures, and teach ISTP students the life skills necessary for success – adaptability, collaboration, superior communication skills, and global awareness.
I thank you for your interest in our school. Please do not hesitate to contact our office if you have any questions.
Maile Uohara
Director of Admissions

List of 2 members.

  • Maile Uohara 

    Director of Admissions & Financial Aid
    (650) 251-8522
  • Ninva Simono-Pianin 

    Assistant to Director of Admissions
    (650) 251-8504
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The International School of the Peninsula (ISTP), an accredited bilingual immersion school located in Palo Alto, California offers two language immersion programs: French immersion and Chinese immersion. Our Mandarin immersion program was created in 1996, and our French immersion program was created in 1979. ISTP’s language immersion program classes begin in pre-school, continues through elementary school, and culminates in middle school. 

L'Ecole Internationale de la Péninsule est un établissement à programme bilingue homologué par le MEN français situé à Palo Alto en Californie qui offre deux programmes bilingues (franco-américain et sino-américain). Notre programme franco-américain a été créé en 1979 et notre programme sino-américain en 1996. Nos deux programmes bilingues accueillent des élèves dans les classes de la petite section de maternelle au collège (classe de quatrième).

International School of the Peninsula does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin or sexual orientation in administration of educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan payments, athletic and other school administered programs.