Dresden International School is the premier IB World School in Saxony offering a full-day programme for students from age one to Grade 12. Our school is a diverse community of learners that practice the highest standards of rigour in learning and teaching. We prepare students as successful international citizens, through a rounded education taught in English. Students become successful and independent learners and compassionate citizens, who are prepared for high academic achievement in school and in universities throughout Germany and worldwide.
Our values are the behaviours we develop and practice in our school.
Dresden International School offers a language camp for students aged 7 to 16 during the Summer Break in July 2020. The programme reinforces English or German langauge acquisition and provides a common intercultural experience.
Detaillierte Informationen sowie Anmeldeformular im Flyer (German and English).
Everybody interested is warmly invited to join our Open House (Tag der offenen Tür) on Wednesday, February 5, 2020 at 9:30 - 11:30 and 13:00 - 16:30. Visit classes from K5 until Grade 12 and observe DIS students and faculty in action. Take advantage of this great opportunity and meet us!
The preschool students (ages 1-5) learn in a beautiful, historic villa with large grounds in Dresden-Blasewitz. The environment is child centred, based on best early childhood learning practices provided by highly qualified, dedicated and caring staff.
Students from Kindergarten and from Grade 1 to Grade 12 study at the school campus in Dresden-Altstadt. The modern campus facilities with a large sports hall offer excellent opportunities for students to progress in their learning successfully at all ages.
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Being taught in an environment where humanism, empathy, and the importance of being an independent thinker and embracing a life-time of learning has at its core set the foundation for my work in Human Rights and Development.
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