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On April 1st we celebrate the birthday of the patron saint of our school. "There are opportunities even in the most difficult moments.", with these words, Wangari Maathai tells us all in this extraordinary Corona time by pointing out that even difficult times provide a breeding ground for new and good things to come into being.  In this way we can experience at our school how new ways of learning are made possible within a short time, for which we would have needed many years under other circumstances. Thanks to the great solidarity of our school community, we can now tread this new path together.  
We wish you all continued good health. Please keep up to date with the latest news via our homepage.


© Céline Perrier
© Céline Perrier

Welcome to our school, the Wangari Maathai International School.


The Kenyan professor, Wangari Muta Maathai, was dedicated to activism - for the environment, womens rights and other social topics.

In 2004, Maathai became the first African woman to beawarded the Nobel Peace Prize.


At the moment, Grades 1, 2 and 3 are taught at our school. Our vision is to graduate students in Grade 13 with either an Abitur or an International Baccalaureate (IB).


We look forward to having you join our school community.





Anthem / Schulsong Wangari Maathai International School


Listen to our school anthem here!  - Thanks to Ms. Winniewski who composed the song.


Wangari Maathai Anthem.mp3
MP3 Audio Datei 5.6 MB