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When we asked about the schools in Germany, they said...

"One of the best international schools in Germany is International School of Düsseldorf (ISD), which offers a comprehensive international education for students from around the world. The curriculum is based on the framework of the International Baccalaureate and is tailored to meet the needs of the diverse student population. Additionally, the school provides a robust extracurricular program. Another excellent international school in Germany is the Grunewald International School in Berlin. This school provides an education focused on the values of personal growth, social responsibility, and intercultural awareness. The school offers a range of activities to complement the curriculum, such as sports and music. The Munich International School is another great option for international students. The school has an international curriculum and offers students world-class facilities and an extensive range of extra-curricular activities. The school also boasts a low student-to-teacher ratio and highly qualified staff. For bilingual students looking for a school in Germany, Lycée Français Alexandre Dumas in Berlin is a great choice. This school follows the French National Curriculum and uses teaching techniques which adhere to the highest educational standards. Additionally, the school offers a wide range of activities designed to foster a truly international learning environment," remarked one parent with kids at in .

"As an American coming over to Germany, it was hard to understand the IB perspective at first. But I committed to it learning it and now I feel it is much better than a public school in the US. The school is friendly and welcoming, and Hannover is an amazing place to raise a family," explained one expat living in Hannover, Germany.

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