German European Manila School opens its doors on August 5th 1980, which was set up by Mr Rudol Lietz, in memory of the national hero of the Philippines. The school’s board of trustees had been initially elected by the German Schools Association, which started their work on the 1st of March 1980.
The school’s motto has always been about focusing on learning together for their future. They also have a vision where they want to empower students in becoming a global citizen as lifelong learners committed to a sustainable future.
German European Manila School emphasises in creating a learning community that provides our students with an excellent education in German and English, following the highest internationally accepted standards. As part of the Eurocampus in the Philippines, the schools also offer exceptional opportunities for intercultural learning and understanding in the spirit of European educational traditions.
Combining the school’s caring and nurturing environment allows students to develop their unique personalities and become independent and responsible individualsThe school continuously prepares their students to successfully study, live and work in German-speaking and other countries across the globe.
The school offers a variety of curriculum ranging from German National curriculum for those interested in that. There is also the International section where they have both International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme (PYP) and IGCSE. The PYP programme is available from Kindergarten till Primary while IGCSE will be available for those in middle school till Grade 10. Moving on to Grade 11-12, the school also offers International Baccalaureate Diploma as well for those who want to pursue further to tertiary education.
The school has a wide range of facilities such as science laboratories, cafeteria, music room and library. This is to ensure that the students receive the best learning environment with such facilities.
75 Swaziland Street Better Living Subdivision 1711 Parañaque City, Philippines