International Schools in Frankfurt
Frankfurt International School is one of the oldest and largest international schools in Europe, following the IB World Schools programme (including the IB Diploma). The main campus of FIS set across 16 acres in Oberursel, split into Primary School (for age 3 up to grade 1), Elementary School (for Grades 2 to 5) and Upper School (Grades 6 to 12). There is a second campus in Wiedbaden-Naurod for pupils aged 3 up to the 8th grade. The primary language of instruction is English and there is excellent English as a Second Language (ESL) support for any student who needs extra tuition. The school also offers an excellent additional language programme for students in Korean, Swedish, Dutch and Japanese.
ISF International School Frankfurt Rhein-Main is a private international school in the Taunus hills, offering a fully range of qualifications for bilingual students including the IGCSE, IB Diploma, American High School Diploma, American Advanced Placement and German gymnasium exams. This broad range of options is excellent for families from different backgrounds or those unsure of which academic path their teenager may opt to choose during high school.
Metropolitan School Frankfurt is an international school offering the IB World Schools programme from primary school through middle school, culminating in the IB Diploma for high school students. The school is also accredited by Cambridge International Education to offer IGCSEs.
Strothoff International School is a private, day school in Dreieich for children aged 3-18, providing an excellent education in a friendly and motivating environment. With teaching primarily in English, Strothoff is an International Baccalaureate (IB) World School and pupils may obtain an American High School Diploma or undertake the IB.
French Schools in Frankfurt
For French families, there is also the highly regarded Lycée Français Victor-Hugo, (also called the Französische Schule Lycee Victor Hugo) in Frankfurt am Main. The Lycée is a French international school from “maternelle” up to the “lycée”, primarily following the French national curriculum, pupils can sit either the French Baccalaureate or the AbiBac (the French Bac combined with the German Abitur).
Below you will find the www.mumabroad.com directory of the best international schools in Frankfurt, based on top tips and recommendations from local parents and international families living in the German city. Do please add any comments or recommendations of your own, for a school that your child attends in the area.