German School of Paris
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Ages:4 to 18 Primary Language:German
Curriculum:German Max Class Size:Unknown

As a recognized German-speaking foreign school, the International German School Paris (iDSP) is supported by the German Foreign Ministry, represented by the German Embassy in Paris. The iDSP is the only German school abroad in Paris that works according to German pedagogy. It allows its students a smooth transition into the German school system as well as access to international universities. The iDSP is not just a place of learning and teaching. It is a place of life and therefore of culture, of exchange and of progress.


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Ulrike Guerin, a year ago


Sehr nette deutsche Schule. Vor allem der Kindergarten ist ein Traum.

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Suvendu Das, a year ago


On October 25, 1958, the creation of the German School began. "The association of the German language school in Paris" was founded. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Bonn, the German Embassy in Paris, numerous voluntary collaborators, of private or religious origin, the Embassies of Austria and Switzerland contributed to the realization of this project. On November 3, the first class begins, in three small rooms of the YMCA at 13 avenue Raymond Poincaré, near the Trocadero. At the beginning, there were seven pupils, at the end of the school year, they are 28. With the pastor of the Evangelical Church and the Catholic priest, we have 7 teachers. In the autumn of 1959, the Association of the German Language School was definitively established. Nothing prevents the enlargement of the German School into a European high school with a physical and natural sciences option. On December 1st, the school moved, with its three high school classes, to a rented villa in Neuilly, 65 rue Chauveau. In the spring of the following year, on March 1, 1960, the primary school was opened, temporarily located at 17, avenue d'Iéna, in its own premises. On June 22, 1961, more than 100 students welcomed the then President of the Federal Republic of Germany, Wilhelmine Lübke, who is enjoying an official visit to the German School.

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Jeff Korsten, in the last week


Diese Schule ist ein Schwachsinn. Zu den Oktober Ferien haben die Schüler nur 1 Woche Ferien. Die Schule ist überteuert und haben sehr viele Schulden. Anstatt neue nötige Sachen zu kaufen ,bauen sie einen Aufzug. Bringen sie ja nicht ihr kind zur Schule!

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ano nym, a year ago


Wenn sie überlegen ihr Kind auf diese schule zu tun, dann tun sie das nicht! Diese schule ist der Alptraum, die schule ist am verarmen und pleite. Sie tut alles um an Geld zu kommen und wenn sie dann etwas bekommen investiert dies anstatt in neue Gebäude, die schon ziemlich alt und verrottet sind, in einen vollkommen unnötigen Aufzug. Viele Lehrer ziehen Mädchen den Jungs vor und bewerten sexistisch und manche Lehrer blicken auch mal gerne in dekoltes ihrer Schülerinnen. Aber das schlimmste ist das es klicken und Ausgrenzung gibt. Also tuen sie ihrem Kind das alles nicht an und schicken sie sie auf andere schulen.

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