European International School

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European International School
75 Swaziland St., Better Living Subd., Parañaque City, Philippines
Type Joint venture between the GESM and LFM
Established 1992 (as Eurocampus)
2004 (as EIS)
Headmaster Andreas Thiergen (GESM)
Jean-Marc Aubry (LFM)
Colour(s) blue, white
Mascot Bears

The European International School is a private school in Parañaque City, Philippines. It is a joint venture of the German European School Manila (German: Deutsche Europäische Schule Manila) and the Lycée Français de Manille (English: French School of Manila). Their team is known as the EIS Bears.


EIS was established as Eurocampus on 1992. The British School Manila and the Dutch School Manila was also located in the campus of the EIS. In 2004, the European International School was conceptualized and therefore, the Eurocampus was renamed as EIS.

GESM logo

German European School Manila[edit]

The German European School Manila is a German international school. It was first established as Jose-Rizal Schule in 1983. Renamed in 1992, as German School Manila. (German: Deutsche Schule Manila), when the Eurocampus was formed. In 2010, the DSM renamed to its present name.

French School of Manila[edit]

The Lycée Français de Manille (English: French School of Manila), is an embassy school.


It is located at 75 Swaziland St., Better Living Subd., Parañaque City, Philippines. The nearest landmark includes SM Bicutan.


Both GESM and LFM share most of the facilities of the EIS like the football field, gym, swimming pool, library, and clinic.

The flags of Germany, France, the Philippines, and the European Union hoisted at the EIS


It has an International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme. The GESM is recognized by the German Embassy and German International Schools Abroad (German: Deutsche Auslandsschulen International). The LFM is recognized by the French Embassy and Agency for French Education abroad (French: Agence pour l'Enseignement Français à l'Étranger).

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