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a place to discover yourself

Middle School boy talking to younger students

Within our Grade 6-8 program at FIS Wiesbaden, highly qualified and motivated faculty work with students in a team structure to create uniquely custom-designed learning experiences, continuously reviewed to meet individual needs and interests. Smaller class sizes, a project-based approach, and formative and summative assessment practices ensure high engagement and maximum growth for our approximately 60 Middle School students. After Grade 8, students are ready for a successful transition to our High School (Grades 9-12) at the Oberursel campus. 

To provide even more opportunities in science and technology, the Wiesbaden campus has invested heavily in new facilities and offerings in STEAM (science, technology, engineering, the arts, and math) for students across grade levels. Classes include those focused on design technology, digital arts, and coding, and a new state-of-the-art visual and performing arts center will allow for more opportunities in music, theater, and art.
 

"We are a small campus so we often have coed teams made up of a wide variety of experience levels. I love when I see students who have never played organized basketball before, and were unsure about playing at all, start to identify as athletes.”

Lori Nolte

FISW PE Teacher and Coach

 

PE teacher at FISW

"I was at FISW for Grades 7 and 8. It is fun and family-oriented school, creating a safe and comforting environment. I loved how kind and understanding the faculty were, they created a safe and positive classroom space. What truly made it special was the size of the campus, it resulted in a more engaging and tight community. You could make friends so quickly because of the time and classes we had with one another, and got to know one another very well.”

Morgan

Former FISW Student

 

Student in front of school

Experience Custom-Designed Learning 

Kids in Science Class

Smaller class sizes allow FISW faculty the time (and space) to provide personalized instruction across grade levels. Middle School students who want to dig deeper into certain subject areas are able to do so with greater flexibility, and benefit from working with faculty members dedicated specifically to Middle School classes.  

Just Completed State-of-the-Art Facilities 

ACE CEnter

Opened in 2021, FISW's ACE (Arts, Creativity, and Education) Center has transformed the FIS Wiesbaden countryside campus with a new facility for increased offerings in the visual and performing arts, science and design technology.

Build Close Personal Relationships

Middle School friends

The community feel of the school and smaller class sizes mean students have wonderful opportunities to form strong ties to classmates, whether through building sets for the school's drama production, participating in team sports, or traveling together during the Middle School's annual International Trip Week.

Travel to New Destinations

Student on a class trip with suitcases

Each fall, Grade 6-8 students travel with their grade level to various cities around Europe to better connect with one another and experience learning outside the classroom. Past destinations have included Paris, Barcelona, Mallorca and Salzburg.

Discover New Interests, Make New Friends

Contact Us

FISW Building

FIS Wiesbaden School Principal 
Jeremy Majeski

Assistant to the Principal
Nicole Bentley

Admissions Information 
admissions@fis.edu

To schedule a tour of the FIS Wiesbaden Middle School, please contact our Office of Admissions