This year school musical production, Rent (the School Musical), was another huge success for the ISH Performing and Visual Art department and carried on school’s grand musical theatre tradition.
This year more than 20 countries participated in the fair by donating wonderful traditional and national dishes.
Students worked with the Gecko Theatre and Ms. Jo Riley, a British writer and theatre actress.
We had some excellent individual and overall results for the IB Diploma candidates.
In the words of ISH students who traveled to Tanzania - it was a fantastic, once in a lifetime trip!
Taught in more than 200 schools in 23 different countries, the IB Career-related Programme (IBCP) is the newest of the International Baccalaureate curriculum frameworks.
ISH bids farewell to long time teachers Ms. Ganim, Ms. Plesch and Mr. De Beer.
Behind the scenes, there are those who work hard to ensure that learning at school, our day-to-day activities.
As with every end of the school year, we have exciting moments to cherish, celebrate and look back on.
Tip #7 of Tips for making and keeping friends debuted on Wednesday, June 26th in our final Junior School Assembly of the year. In scenes inspired by Hogwarts from the Harry Potter fantasy series, the enchanting 3rd graders and secondary school principal Dr. Howard de Leeuw entertained the audience.
The Grade 6 trip to Denmark to the Iron Age, the Viking Age and a 19th-century smallholder’s homestead.
On the 7th of June, ISH held its graduation ceremony for the class of 2019 in the beautifully decorated Aula. It was a joyous day devoted to the celebrating the achievements of the graduates in the company of teachers, friends and family.
Falcons among 1st and 2nd places at NECIS Tennis Tournament
Impressions of the Summerfest May, 2019
Over the Easter break, Grade 9 and 10 students visited Sri Lanka. Here's more..
A look back at focus week of Empathy.
On March 27, ISH hosted its 2019 IB Visual Art Exhibition, The Remarkables.
On 22 March, children's author David Schwartz visited ISH to speak to the Junior School.
A review of the Spring Play this year.
This past Friday, March 15, the Junior School hosted its 2019 Talent Showcase. From singing, to dancing
The Backyard Theatre Ensemble visited ISH to perform "What country friends is this?" to Secondary School students.
Introducing Junior School guidance counsellor, Mr. Sean Rollosson's, 12 Tips for Making and Keeping Friends.
Our grade 12 Visual Arts students welcome members of the ISH community and public to view the final display of their work.
This morning, our Grade 8 Mathematics students held the Chance Carnival in the Aula.
The MYP personal project is a long-term practical exploration designed to allow students to take part in a self-directed independent learning experience.
Throughout the performance audiences were enthusiastic to sing along and move with cast to the party music.
The weather could not have been better for ISH's biggest annual event. Our flag-wielding students were greeted by a crystal-clear sky when the flag parade started at 12:00. The school was transformed into a jovial scene that enhanced and truly depicted the spirit of our community.
The ISH Buddy system works as a symbiotic relationship where the older students learn about caring for the other, respect, offering assistance and guidance in any form or shape, as well as being there as a friend.
This year the International School of Hamburg hosted the 4th Summit which was held last week and organised by Ms. Kathryn Freeburn, our MYP Coordinator.
The International School of Hamburg is now in the process of implementing Career-related Programme.
The International School of Hamburg cordially invites interested families to two Open Days.
ISH’s Admissions Officer Catherine Bissonnet will leave Hamburg and the school after 19 years of dedicated service to pursue new adventures in France and South Africa.
Last Saturday, ISH was really vibrant with kids running around playing games
Service and Action (learning by doing and experiencing) have always been shared values of the IB community. ISH has a variety of service activities.
The WISH Team is gearing and setting up in the foyer, meanwhile our Summer Soccer Camp is underway with our very active little ones.
The NCL Foundation commits themselves in promoting national and international research
Mr. Nathan Brock who has been conducting the prestigious Hamburg State Opera and his wife, Urszula, an accomplished violinist
The Summerfest and Flea market is one of our favourite yearly events.
This year the ISH Performing Arts Department was proud to present its annual spring play, Lord of the Flies
Tanzania Project would like to thank you all for
ISH would like to introduce Aramark, an international company as our new cafeteria caterer.
She lights up when she talks about poems and how creative writing has had a huge impact in her life.
Last week, March the 12th to the 18th, Junior School celebrated Book Week a slight departure from the World Read Aloud day held in February this year.
After a successful first meeting in 2016, the Kühne Logistics University and the International School of Hamburg hosted the “2. International Exchange Summit”.
plays Handball for Great Britain!
3 days of celebrating 60 years of bringing the world together!
See the review of our biggest and most vibrant community event of the year
ISH would like to bid farewell to our two esteemed faculty members who will be retiring this year, Mrs. Ellen Gray and Mr. Peter Howard.
On Saturday the 10th of June, International School of Hamburg hosted for the first time “ART FUSION” - a collaborative art night at ISH.
We would like to welcome everybody to our ISH Open Day.
On Wednesday 31st of May, the ISH Middle School Lounge was officially inaugurated.
This year’s summerfest and fleamarket saw a beautiful day with smiling and happy people all round who came to be a part of an ISH…