Alexander von Humboldt Schule Montréal
The Alexander von Humboldt Schule Montréal - German International School ("Schule" in German) was founded in 1981. It is located in Baie-d'Urfé (Quebec) in the suburbs of Montreal. In 2008 the school had 300 students. It offers a German/Québécois Curriculum.
The school was founded to offer a German education to immigrants from Germany to Quebec. Today the school serves a much greater community (e.g. German, Canadians, Americans, Italians, etc.). For this reason the school was officially renamed from Alexander von Humboldt German School to Alexander von Humboldt Schule - Montréal (German International School, Deutsche Internationale Schule, École internationale allemande) in 2004.
The school is funded through school fees, donations and support from the Federal Government of the Federal Republic of Germany.
Diplomas Offered 
|Grade 10||Sekundarstufe-I-Prüfung||German High School Diploma I (allows students to continue in the Sekundarstufe-II education level)|
|Grade 11||Diplôme des études secondaires (DÉS)||Quebec High School Leaving Diploma (allows students to pursue studies in Quebec's CÉGEP system)|
|Grade 11||Deutsches Sprachdiplom||German Language Diploma granting access to German-language university programs|
|Grade 12||Deutsche Internationale Abiturprüfung (DIAP) (Sekundarstufe-II)||German High School-Diploma II (allows students to study in any programme at any University in the world)|
Academic Administration 
- Principal: Thomas Linse
- Vice-Principal: Detlef Seidel
- Vice-Principal Elementary School: Karin Lagache
- Preschool Coordinator: Kerstin Essig
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