In the dawn of 2006, the Board of Trustees of "The International Board Of Educational Reseacrch Trust" (IBER) surveyed the community in the city of Siwan soliciting its opinion on several projects to be undertaken - prioritization based on need and importance to the community. One of these projects was the establishment of a full-time School. The results of the survey listed establishment of an School as the first priority for Siwan community. Accordingly, a decision was made to open a full-time School beginning fall 2007. A principal was hired to initiate the implementation of this decision. Early winter of 2007, a three-member committee (including the Principal) was formed to work on facility, curriculum, textbooks, teacher recruitment, compilation of School handbook, and enrollment of students. The school opened its doors in fall 2007 at - Atarsua with classes from Nursery to first grade. A multi-grade level teaching system was implemented for 153 students enrolled in the first year. These students were accommodated in five classes. The school was named “International Access School". Every passing school year, thereafter, one grade was added.