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Main picture: Castle. Top right: Graduation 2016. Top right: Playground. Top right: The fields with the Alps in the end.

Munich International School: Nuture – Challenge – Inspire

Pioneering international education since 1966 Munich International School (MIS) nurtures, challenges and inspires students in an extraordinary environment to become academically successful, life-long learners, creative and innovative thinkers, ethical, globally minded contributors and healthy, well-balanced individuals who will thrive and make a positive impact in a complex and changing world. TEXT & PHOTOS: MUNICH INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL

Munich International School is not just another international school. Visitors see it immediately when they step onto the beautiful parkland campus. Students feel it every day through their inspiring interactions with the world-class faculty. Munich International School leverages unparalleled expertise in delivering renowned international curricula within a caring, innovative and healthy environment. The school is proud of 50 years of success at cultivating academic achievement, physical and emotional well-being and the ethical and social competencies necessary for students’ 64 | Issue 43 | October 2016

success and happiness in a rapidly changing world. Pioneering international education in Munich Munich International School was the first international school to be established in Munich and, at that time, one of only a handful of international schools to be found throughout Europe. MIS came into existence in 1966 in response to meeting the needs of a rapidly growing international community in Munich. Initially, the School was accredited in the United States and was designed to

prepare students for US college entrance or for the British G.C.E. examinations. Today, Munich International School is an independent, non-profit International Baccalaureate (IB) World School that has been authorised by the International Baccalaureate Organisation (IBO) since 1980. “We continue to pioneer new curricula, including as a leading MYP e-assessment school for the IBO,” notes Lydia Tukarski, communications coordinator at MIS. MIS is also officially recognised by the Bavarian ministry of education and fully accredited by the Council of International Schools (CIS) and the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC). Easily accessible from Munich, the School takes full advantage of its 26acre campus in an idyllic nature preserve near Starnberg to provide students with

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Discover Germany, Issue 43, October 2016  

Discover Germany promotes German, Swiss & Austrian Design, Tourism, Food, Culture and Business.

Discover Germany, Issue 43, October 2016  

Discover Germany promotes German, Swiss & Austrian Design, Tourism, Food, Culture and Business.