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Dear parents, dear students,

Thank you for your interest in the International School of Stuttgart (ISS). Our school was founded in 1985 and has grown steadily ever since. Today, more than 800 students representing over 40 different nationalities are educated on two separate campuses, one situated in Stuttgart Degerloch and one situated in Sindelfingen, both offering outstanding education to international families in the Stuttgart region.

"ISS positively shaped me as a student that is willing to think critically and learn every day." ISS Class of 2014, University of California-Berkeley, USA

ISS is a fully accredited IB World School, offering all three IB programmes, PYP, MYP and DP on its Degerloch campus and MYP on the Sindelfingen campus. Every year we welcome many new internationally mobile families to Stuttgart and to our school, helping them to transition and to integrate as quickly as possible. 

Our admissions policy is one of openness and all applications are considered on their individual merit. Our main concern is whether our range of programs and services meet the needs of prospective students. We welcome applications from all students regardless of gender, ethnicity or religion.

For sound pedagogical reasons, we limit our class sizes. We therefore advise parents to apply early for admission. 

Please take time to read and familiarize yourself with our school and the admissions procedure. Admission requests for both campuses are administered from the Degerloch Campus. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you need further information. You can contact us by using our inquiry form, by email or by telephone. 

We are looking forward to hearing from you and to assisting you in the process of discovering our school and applying for a place at ISS.

Yours

Matthias Krusch                                                                        Jean Fischer

Director of Admissions and Enrollment                                       Admissions / Office Manager