In our quest to shape well-rounded individuals, we place importance on leisure to ensure a balance between academics and rest.
With initiatives led by the School Coexistence Coordination and Counselors, we shape citizens for the world equipped with skills for life.
In preparation for the BLI 3.0 inspection and in line with the Schulentwicklungsplan (School Development Plan), the School staff is actively engaged in building a sustainable future.
After a five-year hiatus, Klasse 8 is returning to this Caribbean islandCaribbean Island this year. The spirit of solidarity remains unchanged.
With the help of Juliana Vélez and Benedikt Weissenburger from the Office of International Affairs, we have put together a guide that can be useful for those who wish to pursue their education and become professionals in Germany. It is important to note that each case is unique and may have individual requirements.
On Saturday, May 6th, our Deutsche Schule Medellín educational community came together for an integration day during one of the most significant events of the School: Familientag 2023.
On April 15th, we participated in the ConoSer Fair, the most important educational trade show in the Metropolitan Area. We were there alongside other prestigious institutions in the city in the category of childcare centers, schools, and universities.
A few days ago, we had a visit from Mr. Daniel Bernsen, who works as a "“Prozessbegleiter"” -– Process Advisor at the Central Office for German Schools Abroad -– ZfA (Zentralstelle für das Auslandsschulwesen), for the region.
A journey through some German museums that open their doors virtually through guided tours in the metaverse.
Oliver Class, Regional Representative for South America of the ZfA (Central Agency for German Schools Abroad), visited the DSM for a follow-up visit between BLI 2.0 and 3.0. We spoke with him.
During times of rest, it is important not to neglect the family's nutrition. We consulted with Gemma López, Nurse at Deutsche Schule Medellín, for some tips on eating well during vacations and in everyday life.
In the late 19th century, a German ophthalmologist named Adolf Eugen Fick pioneered the idea of correcting vision using contact lenses.
Students at the German School of Medellín love to play a large variety of sports, such as swimming, soccer, tennis, basketball, athletics, gymnastics, skating, and a lot more. But today I will talk about what we students like to do in our free time at school.
The Humboldt Games were born in 1981 as an initiative of the German School Humboldt in Guayaquil, Ecuador, to promote sports and cultural exchange among students from German schools in the Andean Region.