Dr. Thompson, author of nine books related to raising children, has been a personal friend of Dr Chrissie Sorenson for the past 17 years and we were very excited she was able to secure his visit to BIS on 13th, 14th, and 15th March 2019 at both BIS campuses. We had multiple sessions within the school for teachers, students and parents.
A top-notch delegation from the Hungarian city of Debrecen visited Bavarian International School gAG (BIS) on its Haimhausen Campus. Dr. Lajos Barcsa, Deputy Mayor for Economic Affairs, János Öreg, Director of the future International School Debrecen, and Dr. Ing. Andrea Horváth from the University of Debrecen met with BIS School Director Dr. Chrissie Sorenson to share information and experiences.
Bavarian International School gAG (BIS) invites you to the public, entrance-free art exhibition in Schloss Haimhausen on Wednesday, 20 March 2019 at 16:30. 17 students from ten nations present their works in the art genres of painting, mixed media, photography, film, installation, sculpture and fashion.
1,200 students from 52 nations study at the two campuses of the Bavarian International School gAG (BIS), located in the village of Haimhausen and central Munich. 'Believe. Inspire. Succeed' is the motto that underlies the pedagogically rich and holistic education provided for students from ages three to 19.
As Chair of the Supervisory Board of Bavarian International School gAG (BIS), Uwe Freiherr von Saalfeld handed over the baton to Marc Aghili.
It was an entertaining performance with theatre, dance and singing, esprit, charm and drama. A fantastic presentation of the great talents of the students at the Bavarian International School.
We have some fantastic news to share with you! A number of weeks ago we announced the forming of the Green team. Since then we have been working really hard to create a detailed action plan across the areas we have decided to set our main focus on: biodiversity, waste and healthy living.
Our EdTech and Counseling Teams are working together on a website: Parenting in the Digital Age. They have a blog, available for the whole BIS community, featuring articles and resources related to social media, gaming, screentime and the impacts all of this can have on our children.