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Science-inspired Street Art Murals

Inspired by the street art in the Allston neighborhood, Grade 10 students created a series of colorful, imaginative, and thought-provoking murals exploring the connection between art and science.

Juniorwahl: High School Students Explore Democratic Principles

Juniorwahl (Junior Elections) is a German initiative that teaches the importance of free elections and democratic principles. 

German International School Boston turns 20!

We are excited to celebrate our 20th anniversary this school year! GISB was founded by a dedicated group of German parents and Boston community members and was officially inaugurated by German President Johannes Rau.

Ritter Rost Author visits GISB

German author and illustrator Jörg Hilbert met with our students for a virtual ‘Bücherwerkstatt’ - Book Making Workshop. Jörg Hilbert is the author of the beloved Ritter Rost books and one of the all-time favorite children’s book authors in German-speaking countries.

German and French Consul General plant Trees

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In celebration of Europe Day 2021, the Consuls General of Germany and France, Nicole Menzenbach and Arnaud Mentre, planted a tree at the Upper Campus.

Street Art | Project Peace

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In response to recent racial injustice and human inequality, grades 11 and 12 were asked to express their thoughts on peace through Street Art Style installations, under the guidance of their art teacher Utku Wanami.

30 Years of German Unity

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In connection with the celebration of the 30th anniversary of German reunification, our 12th graders conducted a project for which they interviewed contemporary witnesses.

GISB Student Writes Winning Essay in JCRC Israel Arbeiter Holocaust Essay Contest

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The contest, established by Holocaust Survivor Israel (Izzy) Arbeiter, provides students with a platform to share the lessons they have learned and express their commitment to work towards a more equitable world.

GISB honored with a “GREEN DIFFERENCE AWARD”

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The greatest threat to our planet is the belief that someone else will save it.

German State Minister Michelle Müntefering visits GISB

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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!

New Head of School for GISB

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

GISB in the Media: Schechter Holocaust Services

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