|International High School|
|150 Oak Street
San Francisco, California, 94102
|Head of school||Jane Camblin|
|Average class size||16|
|Athletics||8 sports, 13 Teams|
|Athletics conference||BCL Central|
|Average SAT scores||Verbal 631
Writing 639 (2009)
The International High School of San Francisco (familiarly known as International) is a private high school attached to the French American International School (San Francisco) located in the Hayes Valley neighborhood of San Francisco, California, United States. Graduates may earn either the International Baccalaureate Diploma or the French Baccalaureate Diploma. Both IB and French Bac are recognized by universities and colleges globally, and graduates may be able to receive college credit. Many of its graduates attend well-known international universities and ivy league schools, with a high percentage of students attending small liberal arts schools . In 2009, 68 graduates received 104 acceptances from the University of California school system.
"Guided by the principles of academic rigor and diversity, the French American International School offers programs of study in French and English to prepare its graduates for a world in which the ability to think critically and to communicate across cultures is of paramount importance."
International High School is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC), the French Ministry of Education (MEN), the California Association of Independent Schools (CAIS), and Council of International Schools.
International High School's campus consists of a main building with classrooms, teacher workrooms, offices, library, media lab and rooftop deck; a gymnasium; and music, film, visual arts and theater facilities at the Arts Pavilion which opened in September 2009. The school is located near the city's cultural center, including the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, San Francisco Ballet, Davies Symphony Hall, the Main Branch of the San Francisco Public Library, Asian Art Museum of San Francisco & San Francisco City Hall, and is close to BART and MUNI lines of public transportation.
International High School's students make yearly cultural and language trips  to Italy, China, France, Canada, Russia, India, Tahiti, and countries in Latin America. The two to eight-week excursions are intended to enhance the students’ globally focused education outside the classroom and enrich their linguistic proficiency.
International High School is known for its community service projects , most prominently raising money to build schools in Jemjem Legabatu, Ethiopia, and M'bour, Senegal. It has also held benefits for the survivors of Hurricane Katrina and the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake. The student body is active in annual blood drives for the Irwin Memorial Blood Center, day-long volunteer efforts at the S.F. Food Bank, and others. 
Athletics  can play a prominent role in campus life and educational experience. International sponsors thirteen athletic teams that compete with other high schools throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. The athletic program consists of 9 different sports at the Varsity and Junior Varsity levels, and over 60 percent of the student body participates in athletics throughout the academic year.
International opened its brand new Arts  facility in September 2009. Student exploration of the arts ranges from directing one act plays to making short films, from painting murals to composing music. Every year, the after school performing arts program (Back à Dos) produces four major shows. There are also concerts, exhibitions, visiting artists and a year-end May Arts Festival.