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International schools in Berlin

International schools in Berlin

Looking for an international school in Berlin for your child or children? We’ve put together a list of the best-known schools for expats:

  • The Berlin Brandenburg International School is a international English-language day and boarding school. BBIS brings together over 700 students and 100 academic staff from over 20 countries worldwide.

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  • The first British school in Berlin was opened in September 1994 with 84 children from 23 different countries. Initially only offering primary education, it now offers secondary education including both the IGCSE and the IB.

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  • The BCS is a non-profit international school with a focus on the sciences, music and dance. Founded in 2004, the school 2004 boasts two campuses and about 700 students from over 45 different countries.

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  • Berlin International School offers both nationally- and internationally-recognized educational opportunities from first grade through to the end of secondary school.

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  • The oldest international school in the centre of Berlin, the Berlin Metropolitan School teaches 1.000 students from 52 countries, using the best international and national curriculum programmes.

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  • The Charles Dickens Primary School was opened in 1971. In 1992 the school added a Europe Branch, with the aim of teaching German- and English-speaking children together.

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  • Founded in 1960, the JFK School welcomes up to 700 children from all over the world every year. Sports, music, drama and art all play an important role in all levels of school life. 

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  • The biggest facilty within the Phorms education network offers three departments, nusery, primary and secondary education, all under one roof. Berlin Mitte prides itself on its core concept of billingual education. 

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  • At SIS Berlin, children from preschool through to secondary school benefit from a consistently billingual school model. Teaching is based on the Berlin state curriculum and supplemented with international aspects.

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  • Berlin Süd boasts the second-largest landmarked grounds in Berlin. The campus combines history with nature and modern school equipment, to provide an ideal learning environment for children and students.

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  • The QBES is a public primary school with a special focus on billingual education. The school is named after Quentin Blake, best known as the illustrator of Roald Dahl's books.

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  • Providing optimal learning conditions, Planatus has two kindergartens, as well as a primary and a secondary school, with a focus on mathematics and science. 

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  • Berlin Bilingual School offers high-quality, affordable education for English-German and other multi-lingual children. The school provides a challenging curriculum for children whose families have settled in Berlin.

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  • The Freie Schule Anne-Sophie does not decribe itself as a traditional school. Its central focus is providing childen with comprehensive support in a modern environment, helping them to acquire both social and academic skills.

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  • Defining itself as a "miniature United Nations", the Nelson Mandela School provides quality bilingual education to children from over 60 different countries. 

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