King’s College Frankfurt invites you for a presentation followed by a tour of the school.



The greater Frankfurt/Rhein-Main area now offers a British school of international prestige, with sufficient capacity for up to 600 students in a state-of-the-art campus, easily accessible to the Financial Centre and residential areas.

Sir Roger Fry, knighted in 2012 by Queen Elizabeth II for promoting British education internationally, founded the first King’s College school in Spain in 1969. Now in 2019, some fifty years later and with a total of 10 schools across the United Kingdom, Spain, Latvia, Panama and Germany, boasting nearly 8,000 students, over 650 teachers and 600 support staff, the Group has grown exponentially and is an internationally recognised educational institution.

Students at King’s College Frankfurt follow the National Curriculum of England & Wales which offers a wide range of subjects that lead to IGCSE- and A-Level examinations. All students benefit from learning from native British and British trained teachers. The school will expand its year group offer organically, it currently offers places to children between the ages of 2 (Pre-Nursery) and 13 years of age (Year 8).

The main goals of the schools in the Group are to provide students with a rigorous, broad and comprehensive high-quality British education and to live the Group’s Vision “to be at the forefront of British education internationally.”