13 Mar John F. Kennedy School Berlin
JFKS is a unique public school of more than 1700 German, American, and other international students in Entrance Class through Grade 12. They are dedicated to providing a German-American bi-cultural, bilingual education of the highest quality in Berlin. It offers an integrated elementary and high school programme that combines the strengths of both the German and American educational traditions. Originally founded as the German-American Community School in 1960, the school was named after U.S. President John F. Kennedy following his assassination in 1963.