GRADES 11 & 12

  • International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme 
  • Maximum class size: 22 students
  • Specialized in supporting English and German language acquisition
  • Dedicated university admissions support


During free time, students are allowed to leave campus with permission of the boarding mentor, and may use it to relax with friends, explore the city, go shopping, or engage in hobbies like running. The boarding mentor reserves the right to not allow students to leave, for example in cases such as bad weather, mandatory spontaneous events on campus, slipping academic success, or having previously breached a policy (e.g., arriving late). After sunset students are only allowed to leave campus in groups of two or more. All students must remain available for communication with the boarding mentor throughout their free time.

After school activities are a variation of art, music, drama and sport activities offered both within the school building and in the immediate boarding environment. In addition the German language can be acquired within a specifically for boarding students tailored course. The weekends provide time for further activities and excursions to enable our young people to experience Hamburg’s diverse institutional, cultural and recreational offerings.

The ISC boarding staff give students the professional, personal, support they need to feel comfortable and integrated within their “home away from home.”