Bilingual Learning on a Daily Basis, from Reception Programme to University Qualification

We offer continuous education at all levels and under the same roof: reception programme, primary school and secondary school. Subjects are taught at all levels in German and English; however, bilingualism is not a prerequisite for admission to the school. At our secondary school, we prepare young people for the German Abitur and optionally, for the globally recognised International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma.

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Bilingual Reception Programme

The reception programme at SIS Kassel is intended for students from five to seven years of age and is affiliated to our primary school. In this reception programme the students are playfully introduced to the content of the primary school lessons, the routine and structure of a school day, so as to enable a smooth transition to the primary level.
 

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Bilingual Secondary School

Secondary school students at SIS are encouraged and challenged to achieve two qualifications in two languages. We prepare students for the German Abitur and optionally for the globally recognised International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma.
 

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Bilingual Secondary School

Secondary school students at SIS are encouraged and challenged to achieve two qualifications in two languages. We prepare students for the bilingual German Abitur and optionally for the globally recognised International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma.
 

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International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP)

With the IB Diploma the students at SIS Kassel have the opportunity to obtain a globally recognised university entrance qualification.
 

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What Sets SIS Kassel Apart

  • bilingual from day one of kindergarten through to college
  • our dedicated team of educators with German and English native speakers, who regularly take part in internal and external professional development
  • an open, multicultural and nurturing learning environment
  • structured, varied and diverse day school concept
  • scientific orientation
  • French as a second foreign language
  • double diploma possible: German Abitur and International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma

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