WABE — Our Mother Company: A Hamburg-based Kindergarten Network

The Kindergarten with the Bee!

WABE e.V. is the mother company for the International School Campus.  It is a recognised Children and Youth Services operator, a member of the "Paritätischen Wohlfahrtsverband Hamburg and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern” and„Forum Sozial e.V.“ in Schleswig-Holstein. (Joint Welfare Associations).

WABE e.V. supports more than 2,900 children at 23 Kindergartens in Hamburg, Schleswig-Holstein and the Mecklenburg-Vorpommern areas. The registered association is non-partisan and non-denominational. WABE e.V. is also a recognised charity.

Gabriele Gramann - WABE e.V. Executive Chairman

In 2014, a suitable property on the former site of the Eggerstedter "Kasernengelände" (Military Area) in Pinneberg was founded for the planning of an educational campus.  Currently, the campus contains a modern Kindergarten and the International School Campus.  In the coming years, the campus will also contain beautiful boarding facilities and a professional training academy. The Academy will be housed for adult professional development in the fields of education and health.

The International School Campus has been approved by the Ministry in Kiel for the "Ersatzschul Status".  The International School Campus is in the process of gaining accreditation from organizations such as the International Baccalaureate, with anticipation that it will achieve the IB World School status in the Spring of 2019.

Marcel Graff - WABE e.V. Executive Chairman

"Our WABE Kindergarten Parkstadt already started operating in the beginning of 2015. In January of 2016, the construction work for the International School Campus was underway. The construction company is WABE Internat gGmbH, a subsidiary of WABE e.V.  The International School Campus was completed in August of 2016 and the first day of school was 5 September 2016."

The school is operated by the International School Campus - WABE Education Network gGmbH.
Currently, the International School Campus welcomes families from Germany and international families living in the metropolitan region of Hamburg.
When our boarding house opens, we will be enrolling students in grades 11-12 from all around the world.