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NEWS|Two special GISB visitors

German State Minister Michelle Müntefering and the Goethe WanderbUS visit GISB

NEWS|Two special GISB visitors

Schools abroad are at the heart of our international cultural policy: young people who learn together and get to know each other. That is understanding across borders!

On November 1st, German International School Boston had the honor to welcome German State Minister Michelle Müntefering. While visiting the school, she also explored the Goethe WanderbUS – an educational event bus that is part of the German-American friendship year.

 

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NEWS|Welcome, Holger Wirtz!

New Head of School for German International School Boston

NEWS|Welcome, Holger Wirtz!

I am looking forward to the new challenge in this intercultural environment and to meeting the school family!

From Lower Saxony to Boston: Holger Wirtz, the new Head of School of the German International School in Boston, started his new role at the beginning of August –  after prevailing against a large number of applicants in a multi-stage selection process. He will be leading the international private school with around 280 students and a team of 50 teachers in the upcoming six years.

 

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NEWS|Jewish and German schools students volunteer with JF&CS Schechter Holocaust Services

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NEWS|Jewish and German schools students volunteer with JF&CS Schechter Holocaust Services

A very special experience and partnership!

Seventh graders from German International School Boston and Jewish Community Day School in Watertown visited the Waltham headquarters to make birthday cards for clients of the Schechter Holocaust Services program. The collaboration between the two schools was part of an ongoing partnership between JCDS and GISB that focuses on Holocaust education.

 

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NEWS|The German newspaper “Main-Post” wrote about our Class of 2019:

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NEWS|The German newspaper “Main-Post” wrote about our Class of 2019:

Anfang Juni durften neun Abiturienten der German International School Boston ihre Abiturzeugnisse entgegennehmen

“Darunter war auch Katrin Scheuermann aus Lohr, die hinten rechts auf dem Foto zu sehen ist. Der Schnitt aller Abiturienten liegt bei 1,8 – und damit deutlich über dem Durchschnitt aller internationalen deutschen Schulen, der mehr als eine halbe Note schlechter ist.”

 

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