Since 2007 exists the Metropolitan International School in the Rhine-Neckar Metropolregion meanwhile. Here, at three locations in Heidelberg, Mannheim and Viernheim is a cosmopolitan, multilingual and international Education being offered to the children and students..

Our Concept

We offer children a setting in which they can enjoy learning and can develop into happy and successful citizens of the world. Our aims are to focus on developing the student's whole personality, to encourage individual abilities and to provide a protected and friendly atmosphere for learning.

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Our Vision

We strive to be the most respected school in the Rhein Neckar Region, preparing our students of all ages and cultural backgrounds for a global world by equipping them with critical thinking and problem solving skills.

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Our Mission

At MIS, we offer a surrounding for an enthusiastic learning. 

MIS is Science, Music Theatre, Movement and Sports

Science is a challenge, trying to provide an explanation of the phenomenon that occurs in nature. It is based on understanding that students bring their own ideas, experiences and explanations into the science classroom, and the role of the teacher is to shift the students' ideas, experiences and explanations. We want to create the scientific worldview. Science at MIS is interdisciplinary and multicultural.

You find more about our Music and Sport offer at After School Activities.

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Timeline

The Metropolitan International School was founded in 2007. Ten years of Metropolitan International School - let's review the past years.

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What we offer

The MIS curriculum is aligned to Cambridge International Examinations (AS & A Levels) to gain places at leading universities worldwide after successfully graduation.

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What advantages we have

Students from over 15 different countries all over the world come to the MIS to learn, from and develop the daily school life together. You will find spme of your upcoming questions being answered in our FAQ:

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