A revised mission statement was launched in school year 2016/17:
Nurture – Challenge – Inspire
Munich International School nurtures, challenges and inspires our students to become:
- academically successful life-long learners
- creative and innovative thinkers
- ethical globally-minded contributors, and
- healthy, well-balanced individuals
who will thrive and make a positive impact in a complex and changing world.
Munich International School is well positioned to continue its legacy of pioneering international education in the years ahead. Enrolment is strong. We attract some of the world’s most caring, committed and highly competent educators and staff. Large numbers of our teachers also serve as examiners, workshop leaders and subject heads with the International Baccalaureate Organisation. Our students perform very well in academic comparisons with other national and international schools; they engage actively in artistic, athletic and many different forms of creative pursuits; and they contribute eagerly in authentic service activities in both our local and global communities. The combination of world-class educators and staff, an enthusiastic and commited community of families, outstanding facilities and a record of success in nurturing, challenging and inspiring students places MIS on an unparalleled path for continued success.
Alongside the revised mission, the Board and administration have reviewed and renewed our strategic priorities to support the realisation of the mission. Our aims are to further improve teaching and learning and to enhance our facilities. We are exploring how collaborative spaces and contemporary tools can support students to experiment, invent, prototype and create. We also want to expand our physical education facilities to ensure that all of our students have sufficient access to space and equipment that will allow them to develop their athletic potential.
In order to achieve these aims, we invite you to join the hundreds of parents, grandparents, alumni, current and former teachers and staff, and other friends of the School who have given so generously to the School throughout its history. To be part of the next 50 years of Munich International School nurturing, challenging and inspiring students, we warmly invite you to make a financial gift. We would be delighted to arrange to meet with you to discuss any ideas that you might have in this regard. Please complete the details below or contact Debbie Caudera at email@example.com.
All gifts are tax deductible in Germany.