The new heart of the Haimhausen campus will be a model of modern learning facilities. The building will be located where the old sports hall currently stands, connecting the primary school buildings and the new sports hall. Under the motto "STEAM" (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Maths), the CIC will offer 6,200 square meters of open and interdisciplinary learning spaces for around 750 students, teachers and guests. Three floors will host 18 classrooms for art and design tech, 10 flexible learning and maker spaces, 10 science labs and creative studios. The CIC will meet requirements of the International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO) and support contemporary learning concepts such as interdisciplinary collaboration and technology and design.
Why do we need your support to turn this building project into a reality?:
The BIS Sustainability Fund is focused around improving both of our campuses and transforming your child's environment. As a non-profit organisation, BIS relies on fundraising for enhancements to our campuses and to our school to create the BIS experience that we want our students to have.
The BIS Sustainability Fund allows us to do that each year and has an immediate impact on students and teachers by funding projects that are unable to be covered by tuition fees. In this school year the focus of the BIS Sustainability Fund is improving the outdoor playground areas at both of our campuses. We are working together with staff members & students to create areas, which reflect the rich learning opportunities outside play can provide.
BIS also offers a Financial Assistance Programme (FAP). Its purpose is to provide emergency relief to families of enrolled students who have suffered an unexpected financial set-back, to ensure international and social diversity and to make Bavarian International School gAG accessible to students with the interest and need for an international education regardless of their economic status. We are keen to increase the amount of Financial Assistance we can offer and are grateful for any support in this area.