Last week we celebrated the vernissage of this year’s Grade 12 Visual Art students. The exhibition... more
The International School of Stuttgart (Degerloch Campus) proudly presents Alice@Wonderland!
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A fantastic opportunity to celebrate Celtic culture on St. Patrick’s Day with a Ceílí at the second International Café of 2019. Demonstrations of both Soft and Hard Shoe Dancing by members of the Stuttgart based Halpin School of Irish Dance were followed by Ceílí... more
ISS was pleased to host the annual AGIS Primary Curriculum Coordinator's meeting. The meeting is an opportunity for Primary Curriculum Coordinators from International Schools all over Germany to meet and share challenges, best practices and current... more
The school’s Database Administrator and Developer came to the Primary School Assembly and presented to the children about his family and ancestors, the Ojibway first nation people of the northern United States and Canada region. He wore... more
The Grade 10 students finished the final part of their Personal Project. This is the culminating project for the IB Middle Years Programme (MYP) and allows students to demonstrate the knowledge and skills they acquired during the MYP, through... more
The Hansel & Gretel Readers’ Choice Award is a reading program offered to grades 3 - 6 students attending international schools in Germany. We began in November with 16 books on the reading list and now we only have eight. Over the next few months we... more
ISS is reaccredited to continue to offer and present the Duke of Edinburghs International Award at Bronze, Silver and Gold levels.
The International School of Stuttgart (ISS) has completed its second license renewal audit with the German Award Association. This means ISS is accredited to offer and present the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award at Bronze,... more
The Global Teaching Labs Program of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has reached out to the International School of Stuttgart once again, with two MIT students spending the past three weeks in our school. Ms. Nguyen has brought her Biological Sciences skills to our Degerloch ... more
IB Diploma Programme students were given the opportunity to work with a professional drawing model and worked on short gestures as well as long studies. There was absolute focus in the room with students concentrating on the form and proportion of the model and the beautiful... more
Another highlight of the week was the Sea-Level Rise presentations from our Grade 7 Middle Years students. We can be proud of the transdisciplinary nature of these projects. The stories spoken required excellent knowledge from the areas of Science and Individuals and Societies,... more
Earlier this month, we welcomed back some of our Alumni students with a reunion on the ISS Sindelfingen Campus. One of the returning students who is now studying at Tübingen University was enrolled in the very first class at this campus 15 years ago! Others are studying... more
As part of a unique project to design a STEM-inspired ‘playground for the future’, a group of school children from across Europe visited AkzoNobel’s state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Ashington.
On the International School of Stuttgart’s Sindelfingen campus, we highly value and support the languages of our students. We follow our own inter-lingual language learning philosophy and are very interested in the philosophies of other schools and institutions. The Erasmus+... more
Buy your tickets now for this year's musical, A Chorus Line!
A Chorus Line examines one day in the lives of seventeen dancers, all vying for a spot in the “chorus line” of a Broadway musical. After the first round of cuts... more
The International School of Stuttgart hosted its annual Future Directions College Fair which attracted 41 universities from around the world including Germany, Canada, the USA, the Netherlands, the UK, Italy, Spain, Switzerland and Japan.
Diploma students studying arts at the International School of Stuttgart were fortunate to have the opportunity to experience the culture and history of visual art and music in Vienna.
The students developed an understanding of the first Viennese... more
Smiling faces: teachers, parents and students
Flowers on tables
Refreshments for parents
Personalized, beautifully... more
Last week the Head of the Physical Education Department, Mr. Daniel Mendes Pereira and long-time school choreographer/educator Mr. Adrian Turner had the honor of presenting their Dance Unit at the IB World Conference in Vienna. It was quite an honor to be selected to... more
Grade 4 students have been inquiring into our rights and responsibilities, the importance of human rights, and how to protect them. Members of the ISS Works Council explained how they protect worker's rights here at school and we also had the opportunity to hear... more