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What are the schools in Vienna like?

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"The American International School Vienna (AIS) is a highly regarded international school located in Vienna. It is a PK-12 grade school that caters to over 1,000 students coming from more than 50 countries. AIS’s lauded IB Diploma Program gives students the opportunity to learn in both a challenging and supportive academic environment that prepares them for higher education in the US and Europe. It also follows the American curriculum and has a range of activities and after-school programs to engage students of all ages. International School of Vienna (ISOV) is another excellent international school in Vienna. It has both Montessori and IB programs for children and welcomes students from 60+ countries. ISOV’s curriculum focuses on the development of the student’s knowledge and skills, preparing them for success in the 21st century. It also provides extra-curricular and outdoor activities, art, music and sports classes and a range of Global Perspectives courses as part of a holistic educational experience. The Deutsche Schule Wien (Vienna German School), open since 1876, aims to provide students of all nationalities an education based on the principles and values of the German education system. It follows the curriculum of both the German and the Austrian educational systems but welcomes students with many different cultural backgrounds. The school offers a host of exciting extra-curricular activities, including sports and clubs, a music department and an open-air theatre. The French School in Vienna is the newest international school in the city and provides education from preschool to high school in the French language. The school is divided into three sections - preschool, primary and secondary - and is part of the global French Education System, with a focus on science, technology, engineering and mathematics, as well as French culture and language," said one parent with children at in Vienna, Austria.

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Waehringer Strasse Station in Vienna, Austria

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