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Tone, realism, proportions & poses In Grade 8 & Grade 10 Art
Posted on Thursday, September 19, 2019
Grade 8 art students have been learning about tone and how to create realism using light and shade. They have learnt how to stand back and squint to copy the shapes that they see. Their portraits of Roman sculptures are under way and the results are excellent! Grade 10 art students had two live models this week. They made quick sketches using pencil and charcoal trying to capture the correct proportions and poses and their work will be on exhibition outside the Upper School Art classroom this... Read More
International School of Stuttgart e.V. Alumni Reunion 2019
Posted on Thursday, August 8, 2019
Whichever logo you remember from your time at the International School of Stuttgart e.V., you can be assured of a warm welcome at our REUNION. A variety of activities (remember the seniors vs staff soccer matches?) and an opportunity to meet former classmates and teachers. Let us know if you are able to attend or even if it is a maybe!   2 - 6pm 28 September 2019 (Degerloch Campus) RSVP   If you are unable to attend but would like to receive... Read More
International School of Stuttgart e.V. 5 Kontinente in 5 Schultagen
Posted on Wednesday, August 7, 2019
This was International School of Stuttgart e.V.'s 15th year of Summer School (Sindelfingen Campus) and the 4th in partnership with Haus der Familie. The quality of learning outcomes was very high and reflected the learning philosophy of our school, with learning at the core of all we do. This article was printed in the Sindelfinger Zeitung... 
100% Pass Rate in the IB Diploma Programme (Class of 2019)
Posted on Tuesday, August 6, 2019
Once again, ISS’s graduates have excelled in their International Baccalaureate results. A 100% pass rate in the Diploma Programme is something to be acknowledged against a world average of circa 80% pass rate.   Congratulations to our Class of 2019!
International School of Stuttgart #duke #expeditions
Posted on Monday, July 1, 2019
Students on their final Duke expeditions experienced the beautiful weather and remote landscapes of the Schwäbisch-Fränkischer Wald. All groups showed good team spirit and enjoyed being on their own, away from teachers and other adults to make their own decisions. Creative problem solving is always part of an expedition but especially for one group that accidentally left a major part of their tent at home! Upon their return, all groups presented their expedition aim in a formal presentation... Read More
Posted on Monday, June 24, 2019
Congratulations to Grade 10 student Mr Koike who has been awarded a place on a summer school at the Japanese Space Agency JAXA (Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency). This is a competitive scholarship programme aimed at providing opportunities for high school students interested in space science and aviation technology. Participants shadow front-line researchers engaged in space science and then create, investigate, debate their own space mission and present their findings at the end of the... Read More
Grade 10 Visual Arts Trip to Schauwerk & Staatsgalerie
Posted on Wednesday, June 19, 2019
  Grade 10 Visual Arts students experienced a day of learning outside the school when they visited two local art galleries. The first being Schauwerk in Sindelfingen, a private contemporary art museum. After lunch we visited our second gallery, the Staatsgalerie, participating in an hour guided tour of abstract art and sculpture.
International School of Stuttgart e.V. Graduation Ceremony 2019
Posted on Wednesday, June 19, 2019
Congratulations to the Class of 2019! Thank you to all who attended the Graduation Ceremony and celebrated our students' accomplishments with us.
International School of Stuttgart #vault #sindelfingencampus
Posted on Thursday, June 13, 2019
The incoming Director of the Deutsche Literatur Archiv in Marbach, Sandra Richter and the curator of the Literatur Museum, Heike Gferereis, visited the ISS Sindelfingen Campus this week. Previously a “Central Bank” that stored up to 7 million Deutsch Mark, the Sindelfingen Campus building has seven floors below ground, with large vaults. Some of the literature from the museum is stored in the vaults, which are perfect for storing books and paper documents as they are air-conditioned. Ms. Lark... Read More
International School of Stuttgart #stuttgarterzeitung
Posted on Friday, May 17, 2019
Grade 9 German Language and Literature students are currently undertaking a unit on newspapers and have been focusing on the Stuttgarter Zeitung. Students had an amazing opportunity to hear first-hand from Ms. Stadtmüller, journalist and editor of Stuttgarter Zeitung, about her work with the newspaper.