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Visitors' Advice - CORONAVIRUS
As a result of the incidence of Coronavirus (Covid-19) and the risk to public health, we have reviewed our public health risk management plans. As part of the overall commitment to ensure a high level of health and well being to its community, Vienna International School manages health and infection risk, following advice from national and global health authorities.
We are therefore currently verifying the travel history of external visitors to Vienna International School:
- Admissions: Prospective families must contact the Admissions team to request a visit or a school tour, and note the restrictions if they have travelled to or from affected areas.
- Other Departments: Visitors to other departments must contact the department they are visiting and note the restrictions if they have travelled to or from affected areas.
For guidance on the latest information and advice, including the list of affected areas, please visit the World Health Organisation.
The School will monitor ongoing developments, coordinate communication, develop response plans and will be making further preparations as required. Our response is coordinated with the school Senior Leadership, Medical Department, Security and local Austrian authorities.
Open enrolment school
Where students are supported to reach their personal potential.
A home away from home
We are a thriving community, we are friends, we are family. Get involved in our PTA, arts, sports, school trips and community service!
VIS is a global village
International staff from 37 countries care for approximately 1400 students, representing 111 nationalities. We cherish the strength of diversity.
The international community's first choice
Strong links to the United Nations, International Organisations and the Diplomatic Community.
We are Austria's first international Eco-School
Pioneering in developing eco awareness education, we have become the first international Austrian Eco-School, as a powerfully student-led initiative.
We take responsibility
Through creativity, action and service programmes, students are encouraged to engage in responsible action in local and global communities to develop into responsible global citizens.
Education for the Digital Age
Providing a Connected Learning Programme across school through the use of iPads & MacBooks from age 3 & Coding Classes.
Excellent student IB results
The average IB Score of our students is 34 Points. A quarter of our graduates excel to earn entrance to Ivy League & Russell Group universities.
We think global but act local
We are building bridges to the local community through mandatory German classes and community outreach programmes.
Celebrating an extensive Mother Tongue Programme
We teach in more than 40 mother tongues.