Welcome to our Admissions!

We’re delighted that you want to explore Dresden International School.

As a proud IB World School, we offer a very comprehensive and challenging International Baccalaureate (IB) curriculum for children and young adults from preschool starting at the age of one to grade 12 on two campuses. Our students are focused on developing the skills to creatively collaborate on the challenges of the future. We encourage their growth into changemakers who can work at both local and global levels to create a world with environmental, economic, and social well-being for everyone.

Open Places in Preschool (Kita)

Currently we can offer places in all age groups in our DIS Preschool and Kindergarten for the school year 2018/2019. For the next school year our Kindergarten year at the school campus is fully booked. You may place your child on the waiting list. If you are interested, please contact our Admissions Coordinator Ms. Schreiber for further information. She will be happy to arrange individual appointments.

World Citizens made in Dresden

We seek students who demonstrate a spirit of curiosity, empathy and passion about their world. We strive to create an authentic learning community in which we genuinely get to know, value and nurture each and every student, and his or her unique skills and strengths.

We appreciate that choosing the right school for your child is an enormous decision and we are here to help as you move through the admissions process.

We are looking forward to getting to know you, answering your questions and helping you through the transition process.

Make an Appointment

Come visit our campus and see firsthand what makes DIS so special.

Contact

The admissions process is coordinated by Katrin Schreiber. If you are interested in registering your child for admission, we invite you to send an application form to Ms. Schreiber. She can be reached by email or by phone.

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10 REASONS TO COME TO OUR SCHOOL

BECAUSE LEARNING MEANS TO US:

  1. Valuing the acquisition of learning skills (learning how to learn).
  2. Preparing for life-long learning through practical education (field trips and outdoor education).
  3. Encouraging children to become informed and confident decision-makers.
  4. Preparing students to become active members of local and global communities.
  5. Developing social skills in an accepting environment.
  6. Developing the whole person (e.g., after-school sports, music, drama, art, desktop publishing, web page design, etc.).
  7. Involving community members in school partnerships.
  8. Taking advantage of English as the primary language of instruction and communication.
  9. Teachers using ‚best practice’ teaching materials from the UK, US, Canada, and Germany.
  10. Deutsch wird auch hier gesprochen. Learning German on a daily basis (as mother-tongue or as a foreign language) in small groups.