The State of Hesse has mandated that all schools remain closed until Monday, 20 April to combat the spread of the coronavirus.
Regular communications are being shared with current FIS Community members during the school closure.
Although our campuses are currently closed, the admissions office remains available to answer your questions by writing to email@example.com.
FIS Herald (FISH)
The Frankfurt International School Herald (FISH) is the Upper School's digital "newspaper," produced by Grade 6-12 students. The site features articles about Frankfurt International School and the surrounding area, book, movie and music reviews, editorials, polls and more. Visit the FISH online.
The Well Literary Magazine
The Well, a magazine of creativity, showcases the original writing and art of the FIS community. The staff is made up of Grade 8-12 students who learn a myriad of publishing skills necessary to produce professional publications – both in print, and online – and who collect material from students, staff, parents and alumni to create the magazine, which is published at the end of each school year. If you would like to submit an original work of writing, art of photography for publication within the magazine, please contact the Writing Center at firstname.lastname@example.org.
FIS TV is produced by students from the Upper School's Media Production and Broadcasting class, who record, edit and mix video segments from a "studio" on the Oberursel Campus. In addition to pre-recorded package, FIS TV students also host a live broadcast called Thursday Night Live and other live-streamed school events.
Yearbook production at FIS provides Grade 6-12 students hands-on experiences on how business works in the publishing world. As they take on roles involving layout, photography, copy, and advertising, students learn about principles of design as well as important considerations when communicating with adults and managing social media content for advertising. Teams interview, survey, and capture the year's highlights and events and production requires the use of professional Adobe desktop publishing software (Indesign, Photoshop and Illustrator). Yearbooks are permanently kept in our school archives but also provide current a students – and alumni – an opportunity to fondly revisit FIS memories from wherever they are in the world.