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Enrollment Now Open!

Enrollment for the 2018/2019 school year at EBGIS is now open! Online and downloadable application forms can be accessed here. Current GISSV East Bay families need not complete the narrative portion of the application but should submit the rest of the form along with the application fee. Information about financial aid can be found here. Interested families who have not yet visited our spacious Emeryville campus can sign up for an upcoming tour or open house here or contact us to arrange a private visit.

Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. The deadline for all applications is February 15, 2018. Have questions about the admissions process? Call us at (510) 679-2199 or send an email to admissions@ebgis.org. We’re looking forward to receiving your application!

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EBGIS Campus Tour and Info Session - December 1

On Friday, December 1, EBGIS will hold an information session and campus tour for interested families with children entering preschool through grade 8.

Tour and info sessions will begin at 9am and last about one hour. All interested families are welcome to tour our spacious Emeryville campus and speak with our school leadership, teachers, and parents. Come discover our exceptional academics, bilingual German language instruction, international perspective, and vibrant community. 

Don’t forget to register for the tour. We are now accepting applications for all grades! Admissions forms and financial aid information are available here [link to admissions page]. If you have questions, call as at [number] or email us at admissions@ebgis.org. We look forward to meeting you!

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Lantern Fest!

On November 10 the EBGIS school community celebrated the German holiday of Martinstag with a Lantern Walk (Laternenumzug) around our Emeryville campus. The Lantern Walk is a tradition that brings us into the rhythm of the changing seasons and reminds us that each one of us brings light to our community and the world. The festivities began with lantern making and traditional foods such as Weckmänner -- bread people baked by our very own students. Our Kindergarteners treated us to an adorable rendition of the tale of Saint Martin’s generosity toward a less fortunate man suffering in the cold. After singing lantern songs together in the auditorium, we set off through the darkness with our many beautiful lanterns lighting the way. Thank you so much to our students, teachers, staff, and hardworking parent volunteers who made this magical event possible!

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Upcoming Events

Curriculum Evening
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Campus Tour & Info Session

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Stammtisch

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Open House
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Karneval (Fasching)
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Following the Open House

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