St. George's School, Cologne

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St. George’s School is a state-approved, international school located in Cologne, Germany.

Founded in 1985, St George's is a private school and teaches the English National Curriculum (in form of the GCSE or IGCSE at Key Stage 4) and the GCE Advanced Level or IB Diploma Programme after Key Stage 4.[1] Pupils are aged between 2 and 18.

St. George’s is a coeducational and non-denominational school which is run independently from local or state financial support.[2] School uniform is compulsory with the aim of improving discipline, reducing social exclusion and strengthening the identity of the school.[1]

The school has been an International Baccalaureate World School since April 2006, and offers the IB Diploma Programme.[3]

The current School Director is Mr. S. Jaggard.

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St. George's has established three further schools, St. George's School Aachen, St. George's School Duisburg-Düsseldorf and St. George's School Munich.


  1. ^ a b Von Franz Solms-Laubach (12 May 2006). "Uniform: Gute Erfahrungen an Kölner Schule". Welt Online. Retrieved 20 April 2010. 
  2. ^ "St. George's School Cologne". Retrieved 20 April 2010. 
  3. ^ "St. George's The English International School Cologne". International Baccalaureate Organization. Retrieved 20 April 2010. 

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Coordinates: 50°52′33″N 6°56′48″E / 50.87583°N 6.94667°E / 50.87583; 6.94667