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FIS Facilities Master Plan

To be a leader in international education, a school must not only offer exceptional instruction, but it must also have outstanding facilities to foster an ideal learning environment. Frankfurt International School has developed – and regularly updates – a plan that plots a course for continually modernizing its facilities to maintain its competitive edge both locally and, when compared to international schools, worldwide.

Recent improvements at FIS include a new Arts and Sciences wing completed in 2006; a completely renovated and expanded cafeteria in 2010; and a new Performing Arts Auditorium and Alumni Courtyard completed in March 2012.

Below are a few photos from some of the school's recent projects.

The Big Picture

The extension of FIS improvements comprises the following units/sections:

  • School Educational Areas: 16 new classrooms
  • Sports and Learning Center: Two (2) two-field gymnasia; 12-15 classrooms; conference room and collaboration areas; fitness room; underground parking; locker rooms; athletic booster club concessions area; and more
  • Security Office and Transportation Center: Access control

The Auditorium, Foyer, Cafeteria and Courtyard projects have been completed as Phases 1 and 2 of the Facilities Master Plan. 

Project Architect

BLFP Frielinghaus Architekten
Friedberg, Germany 

Frankfurt International School Administrative Offices    •    An der Waldlust 15    •    61440 Oberursel, Germany    •    +49 (0)6171-2024-0      ib world school 
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