Best known as one of the founders of the esteemed International Baccalaureate programme, Frankfurt International School swiftly established itself as a beacon within Europe’s educational landscape, and it is one that shows no sign of dimming. Founded in the aftermath of World War II, Frankfurt International School now has two campuses for its 1,800 students. The much larger campus of Oberursel, set in sprawling countryside, caters for the entirety of a pupil’s academic life until graduation at the end of grade 12. The camous is joined by a school in Wiesbaden, which offers a more intimate learning evnironment for pupils of age 3 to grade 8.