Berlin International School

March 13, 2018 | Berlin, Berlin education, Germany, Schools Berlin

Berlin International School (BIS) is an IB World School teaching a mix of curricula to pupils aged 4-18.


The British International School is an authorised IB World School, as well as being a state-recognised school to provide German national examinations. It is a non-profit, non-denominational day school providing learning with international opportunities after graduation. The school is fully accredited by Council of International Schools and Middle States Association (MSA-CESS), and is a part of Stiftung Private-Kant Schulen gGmbH.

The school offers the Berlin curriculum in German alongside the Primary Years Programme (PYP) of the IB for ages 4 to 11, where most of the classroom instruction happens in English.

The senior school students follow a bilingual programme based upon the requirements of the Berlin Rahmenlehrplan, as well as the iGCSE programme. Senior students then prepare complete the IB Diploma Program in the final two years of schooling, ages 16 to 18.


School fees range between €960 to €1,400 monthly, depending on the age of a child. Consult the school’s FAQ section for more information.


The school asks that prospective parents download an application form, and if applicable enclose a copy of the last 2-3 report cards and a copy of the birth certificate and send everything to the school’s Admissions Office. Details of both forms and the Admissions Office can be found on the school’s FAQ section here.


BIS is located in the Schmargendorf locality in southwest Berlin, and is a 25-minute drive southwest from the city centre.

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Contact Details:

Lentzeallee 8/14, 14195 Berlin / +49 30 82 00 77 90 / /

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