German International School Boston is a bilingual independent school serving students from age 3 to Grade 12.

At GISB, children grow from curious explorers into independent learners. Our mission is to empower students for success in a global world. To us, that means teaching the skills and habits that confident, compassionate, creative global citizens will need.

A student who successfully completes our academic program achieves:

  • native-level proficiency in German and English
  • an advanced math and science education
  • a High School Diploma
  • a German International Abitur

We are proud to be one of seven schools in the United States that meet the strict accreditation requirements of the German government, allowing us to award the Abitur. This prestigious honors-level diploma is recognized at European and American universities as an academic distinction.

But as every traveller knows, it’s not just about the destination. Our vibrant international community makes learning a cross-cultural adventure at every stage of a GISB education. Discover what makes our approach to bilingual education unique. Learn more

Non-Discrimination Policy

German International School Boston seeks to assemble a diverse student body. We will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, disability, age or marital status in the administration of our educational programs and activities, including, but not limited to our recruitment, admissions, financial, and athletic policies and programs.

The following persons have been designated to handle inquiries regarding the School’s non-discrimination policies, including its Title IX policy:

Name: Sara Kagey
Title: HR Manager
Office Address: 57 Holton Street Boston, MA 02134
Telephone Number: (508) 380-0093
Email Address: sara.kagey@gisbos.org

Name: Marion Goodwin
Title: Director of Admission & Enrollment
Office Address: 57 Holton Street Boston, MA 02134
Telephone Number: (617) 763-2600 x12
Email Address: marion.goodwin@gisbos.org

For assistance related to Title IX or other civil rights laws, please contact OCR at OCR@ed.gov or 800-421-3481, TDD 800-877-8339.