Through the recently created Office of Admissions and Graduates, we establish close relations with those who have been in our classrooms because they are important members of our Educational Community.
All of our students have been enrolled in the International Baccalaureate - IB program for the last 3 years. The high academic level and the dedication to our students´ personal development are some of its benefits.
In 2018, the Deutsche Schule Medellín community, through the solidarity program, granted Jhorjimar Castellanos a wish. This is how our Institution maintains its purpose to change lives.
Mateo Restrepo studies in the US because he got a sports scholarship in that country. His English level and his IB diploma helped him get it.
Students from Klasse 8 have video calls with students from German schools on Mondays and Wednesdays.
A few days ago, we celebrated the restoration of our grand piano with a concert. It was donated to our School 31 years ago.
Carola Windmüller, our Administrative and Financial Director, represented our School at the Didacta Fair, the biggest fair in the world specialized in training and education.
The Humboldt Games started in 1981 as an initiative that fosters sports and cultural exchange between students from the Andean Region: Ecuador, Peru, Colombia, and Bolivia.
Experts say that Germany is one of the best recyclers in the world. It is a part of their culture, just another habit in their everyday life.
One of our graduate students participated in a social musical project led by Deutsche Radio Philarmonie and Institución Músico-Social 2.
We asked Jaime Jaramillo, Emotional Finance coach, to tell us the steps to achieving good economic health in 2023. These are his suggestions:
One of the best ways to learn a language is to experience it in different scenarios. This time, we’ll give you five Instagram accounts that can help you practice your German.
If you speak German, it will be easier for you to move, study and work in Europe. German is the mother tongue of 130 million people in that continent. It is recognized as the official language in Germany, Austria, Belgium, and Luxembourg. And it is a part of the official languages in Switzerland and the Principality of Liechtenstein.
By: Emilia Pineda Mesa, student from Klasse 8D.
School ends at 3:10 p. m., but I don’t stop learning.
This majestic instrument has been in our school for over 30 years. It was donated by Luz Edith David de Schläger, a woman from Cali who has been living in Germany for 40 years. She came to Medellín once and heard the Head of Deutsche Schule Medellín say that the school did not have a grand piano.