The United Nations International School is a private international school in New York City, established in 1947 by families who worked for or were associated with the United Nations. The school was founded to provide an international education, while preserving its students' diverse cultural heritages. Today, UNIS has over 1600 students in two locations, serving the United Nations, international and New York communities. The campus in Jamaica Estates, Queens is a K–8 school and the Manhattan campus, overlooking the East River, is K–12. The school was originally located on East 70th street, before moving around 1970 into two premises on 51st and 54th street. The senior school was housed on east 11th Street. The main building on 25th street opened in 1972.
UNIS was one of the founding schools of the International Baccalaureate and was among those awarding the first diplomas.
Official Website https://www.unis.org/
Coordinates 40°44'10.864" N -73°58'23.729" E