Posted on Thursday, February 6, 2020
The International School of Stuttgart e.V. (ISS) hosted Rennteam Uni Stuttgart e.V. who delivered a presentation to ISS students on studying engineering in Germany and on the application process for the University of Stuttgart. This was not just any old presentation, the team also displayed their latest Formula racing car that students were able to inspect and to ask questions about its construction and performance!
Posted on Tuesday, February 4, 2020
Watch the video for a sneak preview of our Sindelfingen Campus, where learning is at the core of all we do, compassion and focus on pastoral care are valued and learning beyond the classroom is a vital aspect of our relations with the local community.
See you at our Sindelfingen Open House on the 15th of February from 1:00 - 2:30pm or at our Degerloch Campus Open House from 10:00 - 1:30pm!
Posted on Monday, February 3, 2020
In the last three years of International Cafés at the International School of Stuttgart e.V., our visitors have experienced many different things in addition to soccer and basketball activities and the communication with ISS students, parents and staff volunteers over tea and cake. February 2nd saw one of the highlights of the year as our 6th graders shared their arcade games with over 60 refugees from the Helene-Pfleiderer-Straße refugee accommodation. Constructed from boxes, recyclable... Read More
Posted on Tuesday, January 28, 2020
The International School of Stuttgart e.V. would like to thank MIT student, Drew Callahan for enriching the teaching and learning in our school as part of MIT’s Global Teaching Labs program.
Mr. Callahan is currently a 3rd year undergraduate at MIT studying mechanical engineering. Over the course of the month of January, he participated in the MIT Global Teaching Lab (GTL) program at the International School of Stuttgart e.V.’s Sindelfingen Campus.
Working closely with Grades 6... Read More
Posted on Friday, January 24, 2020
Robotics teams from International School of Stuttgart e.V.’s secondary and primary schools competed in the First Lego League competition in Schwäbisch Gmünd. Students took part in a series of challenges throughout the day, including competing missions on the robotics table against other teams, as well as presenting their research project and completing some team building missions.
We look forward to the upcoming competition, World Robotics Olympiad in May!
Posted on Tuesday, January 21, 2020
Grade 3 and 4 students were excited to have a visitor from the Haus der Familie, Sindelfingen-Böblingen. Frau Gfrörer worked with the children on our new Research Unit, Electricity and Magnetism. Students had a great deal of fun, and learnt not only how to build an electrical circuit that can test conductivity in everyday objects, but also how to be safe around electricity.
Letzte Woche wurden die beiden 3. und 4. Klassen von Frau Gfrörer vom Haus der Familie, in Sindelfingen/Böblingen,... Read More
Posted on Tuesday, January 14, 2020
Learning about the Age of Discovery, map making, illustrated manuscripts and the advances of this period of time in Grade 7! After looking at the mappa mundi and other maps from the Age of Discovery, ISS students created their own imaginative “Fantasy” map that illustrated a composition that included 7 criteria of maps: key, scale, ethnographic feature, mythical creature, title and a date in the past, future or present. Results were amazing!
Posted on Tuesday, January 7, 2020
The International School of Stuttgart e.V. is excited to announce that we will be hosting a reunion for students, former teachers and families in and around the Michigan area on Monday the 27th of January, 2020 at 6:00pm. The location will be DOUBLETREE BY HILTON in Bloomfield Hills. Join the School Director to hear about exciting developments and meet up with old friends!
Please help us plan. RSVP yes, no or maybe!
#issalumni #reunions #issalumnireunion
Posted on Tuesday, December 10, 2019
German class is not always just about learning grammar. The Grade 10 had a nice kick-off to their next unit "Food and Nutrition" while baking some traditional German Christmas cookies. What a great way to learn about German traditions!
Posted on Friday, November 29, 2019
on the Cultural Iceberg as a way to make their procedural writing come alive. Students enjoyed making and tasting Baba de Camelo from Portugal, Hungarian Poppyseed Bread, German Pretzel and Weiswurst and Braziian Brigadaros. The Grade 10 students were open-minded risk-takers as they followed the instructions of their peers and embraced new foods and experiences and even learnt how to count in Norweigian, do basic Turkish Ice Cream Tricks, as well as some moves and terms in Taekwan-Do and... Read More