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Throughout the school year, FIS hosts a wide variety of events to benefit the entire community. It is through these festivals, performances, presentations and seminars that families form friendships and witness first-hand all that our school can offer from the youngest learners through high school. Over the years, we've welcomed visiting authors, hosted science symposiums, and highlighted our esteemed IB graduates in their accomplishments. School events are open to all community members from both campuses and often, the local community as well.
Unfortunately, due to COVID-19, in-person events are not currently being held on our campuses. We have moved as many events as possible to a virtual format.
On both the Oberursel and Wiesbaden campuses, parents organize annual events such as Worldfest, Applefest, International Fest, Welcome BBQs, Summer Fete, and the Harvest Party as opportunities for families to socialize and engage with faculty and staff.
We always welcome volunteers to help us plan these events each year. Visit our Parents page for more information on how to get involved.
Our extensive Performing Arts program begins with our youngest learners and continues all the way through to the Upper School. Music, art, dance and drama classes offer a range of opportunities from beginners interested in exploring new creative outlets to experienced performers looking to hone their craft.
Throughout the year, these artist perform in a number of performances open to the entire FIS community.
Throughout the year, we host a variety of events for the community to explore new areas of interest. In the past we have held science symposiums, author discussions, career days, TEDx Talks, and forums for IB students to present their research and feature their creative arts.