St. Gilgen International School is pleased to invite you to a reception on Wednesday, 29th January 2020, at 6pm in the Hotel Sacher, Salzburg.
Beginning at 6.15pm; End at about 8pm
- Greetings (Gert Fahrnberger, Foundation Chairman)
- Benefit of an International Education (Martina Mötz, Head of School)
- Question and Answer Session
Drinks will be served.
Please feel free to bring friends who are interested in
St. Gilgen International School. Children are welcome to attend.
At St. Gilgen International School, we understand how important it is to give students the best chance for a bright future. That is why for us, education means inspiring a life long love of learning and love of living.
We focus all our energy on three cornerstones and undertake never to compromise on delivering each of these to the very best of our ability, for your child.
Excellence in Care.
We know that the first and most important thing for parents is that their children will be cared for, safe and happy. These is also the most important things for us as it is the foundation upon which all education is built.
Excellence in Education.
Our students leave St. Gilgen International School with the highly regarded International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma, giving them access to the world’s best universities and top jobs of the future. Most importantly however, we provide our students with the interpersonal skills and characteristics that will ensure that they thrive in the future.
Excellence in Activities.
We understand the power of authentic experiential learning for inspiring our students and giving them new ways of understanding themselves and the world around them. We provide opportunities in sport, arts, music, service, travel (local and global), and adventure.
Our small classes (45 teachers for 200 students), individual attention and experienced teachers ensure that all students can learn, grow and develop their talents. St. Gilgen International School is a coeducational day and boarding school for children between the ages
of 9 and 18, with about 40% day students.