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The German Swiss International School is one of the 140 recognised “German Schools Abroad” network which was established by the Federal Republic of Germany together with the locally based GSIS Parents Association in order to promote the German language and culture abroad. As a recognized “German School Abroad“ in the global network of German Schools, we offer our pupils an education from nursery to the German equivalent of the Ordinary Level School Leaving Certificate as well as the Cambridge International General Certificate of Education.

our structure





Primary School


Secondary School


The bilingual advantage

Our school is located in a multilingual country where English is the official and common language. Many of our students come from multilingual families and grow up bilingual, one of the languages being either German or English.

The acquisition of several languages is very important, as the knowledge of foreign languages is a prerequisite in today's professional world. In addition, the majority of our families come from all over the world for professional reasons.

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      Art Project Class 1/2

      Art project of classes 1/2 The magazine “Die ZEIT” has launched a worldwide painting call together with the International Children’s Art Museum in Oslo: Children should show in pictures how they experience the current Corona crisis. How has their everyday life changed? What are their wishes, hopes, fears? The pictures will be presented in various […]


      Home learning tips for parents

      Home learning tips for parents It is important that the children learn that although there is no school, they still need to learn. (There is no school but lessons still continue) 1. Plan a timetable together with your child(ren)! The schedule should help to ensure that learning time and leisure time can be strictly separated. […]


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