Our school is part of a global network of 140 German schools abroad, recognized by the Federal Republic of Germany. Schools abroad are intercultural places of encounter and dialogue that value multilingualism. They support students to acquire local, German, and international university degrees.
PASCH is the acronym for the “Schools, Partners for the Future” initiative, which interconnects more than 2,000 schools worldwide, in which German is especially relevant. It is an initiative of the Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs in coordination with the Central of Schools Abroad (ZfA), the Goethe-Institut (GI), the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), and the Pedagogical Exchange Service (PAD) of the Permanent Conference of the Ministers of Culture of the Federal States of Germany (KMK).
Exzellente Deutsche Auslandsschule
European quality seal that accredits the school as an institution of excellence that meets the certification requirements of the BLI (Bund Länder Inspektion, Inspection for German Schools Abroad) recognized by the ZfA (Central of Schools Abroad).
The World Association of German Schools Abroad (WDA) represents German schools’ independent and non-profit school associations abroad and unites their individual identities into one stronger voice. The Association supports its members in their work and promotes their projects through specific services. The WDA represents common interests before politicians and funding agencies. It is the contact point for foreign cultural and educational policy and, at the same time, plays an active role in its shaping.
The World Association has 137 members, 114 of which are German schools recognized abroad. Supporting the future together – is the motto of the World Association of German Schools Abroad.
According to the German constitution, each Land is independent in terms of education and culture. The Permanent Conference of the Ministers of Culture of the Federal States of Germany (abbreviated KMK) ensures consensus on national scope issues. At the Conference, the ministers coordinate policy and develop quality standards for school, professional, and university training. The KMK represents the Federated States before the Central Government and the European Union.