Monday marked an historical moment for the FIS Writing Center's Peer Writing Coaches Program as students welcomed new recruits.
Students celebrated the school's international flavor dynamically this week: on the dance floor.
On 7 November, the final bucket of dirt was scooped from a massive pit on the Oberursel Campus, bringing to a close Phase 1 of the school's Sports and Learning Center building project – and the Big Dig Contest, a challenge issued by Head of School, Dr. Paul Fochtman, for students to guess the total number of truck loads it would take to clear the 9,000 cubic meter excavation site.
Family fun, great food and crisp autumn weather helped to create the perfect environment for two weekend's worth of Fall celebrations at both FIS and FISW.
Grade 10-12 students take to the airwaves during a premiere broadcast of FIS TV's "Thursday Night Live."
Elementary students take a walk in the woods to benefit the Kalahari Experience service project.
Hikers and bikers recently hit the trail in two separate adventures to the top of the Taunus.
Despite dark clouds and threatening weather, FIS community members – both new and old – turned out in near record numbers for the school's annual Welcome BBQ and Groundbreaking Ceremony.
Members from the FIS community laced up their sneakers and joined more than 1,300 other runners and walkers for the 9th Annual Integrative Run to support the Oberurseler Werkstätten (Workshop for the Handicapped in Oberursel). The 1.5K walk or 3-6K run is one of the organization's biggest fundraising events.
Cold and wet late-summer weather hasn't been the only thing soaking FIS Community members with the arrival of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.