Berlin Metropolitan School
About Berlin Metropolitan School
Berlin Metropolitan School is a mixed non-denominational all-through school situated in the Mitte district of Berlin, Germany. It is an independent school and a member of Association of German International School (AGIS), Council of International Schools (CIS) and European Council of International Schools (ECIS). The school has a school roll of approximately 980 students across 55 nationalities, including students from kindergarten all the way up to Grade 12.
BMS was the first international school to open in Berlin’s Mitte district. It formed as a private school in 2004 in what had previously been East Berlin. It changed site in 2006, a year that also saw the school change from a bilingual school to an integrated Secondary School. The school has been an IB World School since 2006 and an authorised Cambridge University Exam Centre since 2009. Today, BMS is one of the top five largest international schools in Germany.
Values and Vision
BMS is a school that is always striving to build an inclusive atmosphere that promotes learning as well as inspiring and challenging its students, always offering them appropriate support to help them achieve their goals. It is also a place that is not just about academic achievement, but promoting good behaviour and upholding values of respect, collaboration and motivation to keep growing as individuals. It is a school of community, that encourages students to not just maintain a healthy sense of community, but for parents and teachers to play their important role in the success of the school.