Why choose Leipzig International School?

Why choose Leipzig International School?

Founded in 1992 for a tiny group of expatriate children, Leipzig International School now welcomes more than 900 students to a learning community with strong local roots, attracting many German as well as international families.

Who is the teacher at Leipzig International School?

Kyla joined Leipzig International School in 2018 and has worked as a class teacher in the Kindergarten and Primary school. She has a PhD Education from the University of Limerick, Ireland and holds a Master’s Degree in Teaching, and Early Childhood Teaching Qualifications.

Who is Sie Mei?

Sie Mei joined LIS in 2009, having previously taught in a London state school, a bilingual school in Sichuan (China) and an international school in the Bahamas. She is a Biology specialist who has taught IGCSE/IB Biology, PSHE and Maths at LIS, and is currently teaching General Science to Grades 6-8.

Who teaches the IBDP German B programme?

Currently Carola teaches the IBDP German B programme in Grade 11 and 12 as well as Middle School German. Josephine Ng comes all the way from San Francisco and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education and a Master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of the Pacific.

What are the best schools for expats in Leipzig?

We’ve put together a list of the best-known schools for expats: LIS – a fully accredited IB World School – is a non-profit co-educational day school for students from age 1 to age 18, who are part of Leipzig’s diverse international community. Founded in 1992 we now welcome more than 900 students from 70 countries.

Why Mwape to Leipzig?

Mwape excited to explore the city of Leipzig and it’s culture. Before joining Leipzig International School Mwape was working as a Substitute Teacher/After School Staff at Dresden International School from September 2017 to July 2020.

Leipzig International School (LIS) offers first-class international education in English for children from different backgrounds, supports the local community and promotes intercultural understanding. Since its foundation in 1992, the school has developed as an important economic and investment factor for the Leipzig region.

Are there cancelled school lessons at Leipzig International School?

There are no cancelled school lessons at Leipzig International School. At LIS students obtain the International Baccalaureate (IB) at the end of Year 12. This IB diploma qualifies students to study at leading universities in Germany and around the world.

What is the LIS Leipzig International Kindergarten?

In 2014, LIS opened the Leipzig International Kindergarten for the youngest members of the community. Enquiries about the international programme in kindergarten, primary and secondary school at LIS are accepted all year round: admissions@lis.school