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Open a world of opportunities for your child with a distinctive bilingual education and a rigorous curriculum that emphasizes the sciences.
For over 40 years, German International School New York (GISNY), an independent Pre-K through Grade 12 college preparatory program, cultivates students to develop into curious, analytical, and conscientious global citizens.
GISNY’s well-rounded academic instruction challenges their students to express themselves clearly in both written and spoken German and English across all subjects. Small class sizes allow the teachers to pay individual attention to each student, thereby helping them to achieve their potential.
GISNY is the only school in the tristate area accredited to offer the NYS High School Diploma and the German International Abitur, a globally recognized diploma, which facilitates access to universities worldwide.
The German and American curricula are united in an open, supportive environment that promotes personal growth, tolerance, independence, and teamwork.
The completion of the science wing this fall with a new state-of-the-art Maker Space allows their students to fully explore projects in the fields of design thinking, life sciences, and artificial intelligence.
GISNY’s Pre-K and Kindergarten programs offer a bright, spacious, and nurturing environment, and with their Nature-Based Early Childhood Education Program the students enjoy most of their school day outdoors exploring, learning, and playing on the beautiful 20-acre campus.
Children entering GISNY’s Pre-K or Kindergarten programs are not required to speak or understand German and build the foundation of being bilingual by first grade.
Learn more and register for their next virtual open house or schedule a private campus tour at GISNY.org/admissions
GISNY Virtual Open House Dates 2021:
Wed. 10/20, Wed. 11/17, and Fri. 12/10
Time: 3:00 p.m. to 4:15 p.m.