The Crown Prince Haakon of Norway inspires nearly 170 Grade 6 and 7 BIS students at Global Dignity Day. This event dedicated to dignity, human rights, equal rights and tolerance was celebrated in Germany for the first time ever at the Haimhausen campus of Bavarian International School. More than 200,000 adolescents from dozens of nations participated in Global Dignity Day worldwide. Over the course of the year up to one million children and young adults from 80 countries contributed to the initiative.
The Bavarian International School gAG (BIS) has become the first school in Germany to be a part of Global Dignity Day. On the 16th October, 2019 approximately 170 students from Grade 6 and 7 will participate in projects and workshops surrounding dignity, equality, justice, freedom and respect. The Crown Prince Haakon of Norway, co-founder of the international non-profit organisation Global Dignity, welcomes BIS students with a video message
160 students from the Bavarian International School discussed the topic "There is no Planet B" at the fourth BeInSpired Innovation Summit on 10 October 2019. Theories escalated rapidly when student from Grade 8 and 9 collaborated with sustainability experts in environment and nutrition to develop concrete ideas and solutions.
The Bavarian International School gAG (BIS) will host its fourth „BeInSpired Innovation Summit“ on Thursday, 10 October 2019. 160 students who are supported by experts in the fields of environmental issues, education, and nutrition are developing ideas for sustainable product- and business innovations on the topic „There is no planet B – BIS for the future“.
The Bavarian International School gAG (BIS) received two stars with the European Eco-School Award for their environmental sustainability within an international school.
The youth dance formation "Next Generation" wins gold at the Dance World Cup in Braga (Portugal) / A total of approximately 6,000 participants from 53 nations