Facilities at FIS
What started in 1961 with 120 students in a historic villa has now grown to a sprawling campus with approximately 1,800 students. Frankfurt International School has continued to expand with its growing student body, adding a three-story Upper School, new Elementary School and purpose-built Primary School over the last four decades.
In 1992, FIS branched out to open a campus in Wiesbaden, which started with just five students in a temporary space. Since then the school has moved to a beautiful purpose-built facility and now enrolls more than 200 students from age 3 through Grade 8.
On the Oberursel Campus, further developments have included the school's Arts, Science and Technology wing, which was inaugurated by Hessen's Minister of Finance Karlheinz Weimar in 2007, and a state-of-the art Auditorium, which opened in 2011.Most recently, FIS completed one of its most ambitious building projects – the Stroth Center for Learning and Athletics (pictured above) – which serves as a focal point for all visitors to the Oberursel campus, and is a symbol of our school’s commitment to inspire a balance of intellect, creativity and character development within our students.