Institutional Spotlight

School Member Spotlight:
Bavarian International school e.V.

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The Bavarian International School e.V. (BIS) was established in 1990 to offer a full-day education in English to children from the international community in Munich. We opened in February 1991 with 6 students and in the following years we have grown to a two-campus school with a steadily increasing enrolment of 1,090 students, representing approximately 52 nations.

Our Haimhausen Campus is situated in a beautiful park-like setting with fields and woods surrounding the school premises. The focal point is a centuries old castle, which creates a unique learning environment for students from EC1 (4-5 year olds) to Grade 12.

The City Campus is a newly renovated facility in Munich and offers students in EC1 to Grade 5 a central Munich location and access to all the cultural offerings the city has to offer.

Grade 12 graduates can qualify for an IB Diploma that will allow access to the best universities and colleges worldwide. BIS also awards a US-style High School Diploma to its graduates. Grade 10 students can qualify for the MYP Certificate, which has been recognized in Germany as a "Mittlerer Schulabschluss".

We are an IB World School, authorised by the International Baccalaureate Organisation (ibo.org) to teach the International Baccalaureate (IB) Primary Years Programme (PYP), the Middle Years Programme (MYP), and the Diploma Programme (DP).

To learn more about our dynamic international community, please visit us on www.bis-school.com

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French American International School

Member School & 51st Conference Host School Spotlight: French American International School / International High School of San Francisco

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The French American International School and International High School is a world-class lower, middle and high school located in the heart of San Francisco. This PreK-12 independent, coeducational institution of 1,100 students provides multilingual, international education to globally minded students. Students begin speaking French in Kindergarten, become bilingual as they complete lower school, and go on to study a third language in 6th grade. High school students follow honors-level French Bac or International Baccalaureate diploma programs; and travel the world studying in such places as Tahiti, Italy, Peru, China, Morocco, and India. In addition to international academic programs, the school offers its students competitive athletics and spectacular visual and performing arts.

It takes a unique type of person, whether student or parent, teacher or administrator, to join our community: bold but not brash, caring but not doting, reflective yet active. We hold dear the values of respect, integrity, inclusion, collaboration and curiosity. We strive to think critically and creatively, to build resilience, and to communicate across cultures. All are essential tools in today's world—ones that we have been cultivating for over 50 years.

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Melinda Bihn, Ed. D.
Head of School

French American International School | International High School | Lycée International Franco-Américain

150 Oak Street | San Francisco, CA 94102 | USA

www.frenchamericansf.org

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ACS Athens


ACS Athens President: Dr. Stefanos Gialamas

ACS Athens is a student-centered international school, embracing American educational philosophy, principles and values.


For the past ten years Dr. Stefanos Gialamas has been the President of the American Community School of Athens - Greece (ACS Athens, Greece). He has also served for several years as the Dean of Academic Leadership Development, Faculty Development and Dean of the Mathematics and Science Programs, at the corporate office of DeVry University, USA. He has taught graduate and undergraduate mathematics, computer, management and leadership courses at universities in Kansas, Wisconsin, Illinois, and Greece. He has been a Professor, Department Chair, a Dean, a Provost, a President and an education consultant since 1990.

Yanna Darilis interviews Dr. Stefanos Gialamas


The American School of Bombay

The American School of Bombay is AAIE's Member School of the Month and was featured on CNBC News channel 18. In an interview, the superintendent, Craig Johnson discusses the AAIE Innovative Leadership Award, and how he supports an innovative culture in his own school.

ASB Director Dr. Craig Johnson was the recipient of the 1st annual AAIE Keith Miller International Innovative Leadership Award. Here he poses with his award, Dr. Linda Duevel, Presdent of AAIE; Dr. Keith Miller, Director of the Office of Overseas Schools for the US State Department, and Yolanda Murphy - Barrena, Executive Director of AAIE. Johnson was also honored for his many innovative accomplishments in an article published by The Economic Times of India.

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