ISF International School Frankfurt Rhein-Main

International School Frankfurt (ISF) Rhein-Main is a private international school teaching a German curriculum alongside IB programmes for pupils aged 3-18.

About

Founded in 1995, ISF is a private, international school in the Frankfurt-Rhein-Main region offering a world-class education to around 850 students from 50 different nations. The school offers a full-day academic programme for students from Kindergarten through Grade 12 with optional after school care for students in Kindergarten to Grade 6. ISF has excellent train, motorway, and school bus connections to Frankfurt to the east and Wiesbaden to the west and is located near the popular expatriate towns and villages in the Taunus hills. The multilingual setting offers non-German students the opportunity to learn German quickly. German native speakers are able continue with their native language through a solid German curriculum that has a standard equivalent to that of the state of Hesse. They offer native-speaker and foreign language English programmes; French and Spanish are also offered at foreign levels; and Korean and Japanese are offered at native-speaker levels. ISF is also an International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO) World School.

Admissions

Applications are accepted throughout the school year until the beginning of May, subject to availability of spaces. ISF requests that all applicants provide the current school records including transcripts, any test/exam results from the previous two years, and any psychological/neurological evaluations.

See the school’s full Admissions Process here.

Fees

School fees range from €12,675 to €20,295. See more information on tuition fees here.

Location

The school is a 25-minute drive southwest from Frankfurt, and is based on the banks of the Main river.

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Contact Details:

Strasse zur Internationalen Schule 33, 65931 Frankfurt am Main / +49 (0) 69 954319-710 / isf@sabis.net 




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