DANUBE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL VIENNA
"Striving for EXCELLENCE by ENGAGING minds, EXCITING learners, acting ETHICALLY and showing EMPATHY"

Activities

The After School Activities (ASA) programme at the Danube International School Vienna enables students to participate in a wide range of different activities and shows them that there is 'life' after school. We hope that students develop new skills and gain an understanding of team work and commitment. The activities are primarily staff led but we also use a number of external specialists to deliver various courses. The programme consists of a variety of choices from competitive sports teams to music and art, dance and language learning.

Students can choose from one up to a maximum of nine different activities each year with each session running for ten or eleven weeks. As the programme continues to grow each year, it is true to say that both the leaders and students can have fun learning together.

Below you can see more details about the artistic, cultural and sporting range of activities that we currently provide.

Artistic

Unsurprisingly for Vienna, we have a wide range of artistic activities for a small school.

Our performances by our student body have included for example - 'Goldilocks and the Three Bears' by Roald Dahl, 'An American Idiot', 'Lion King' and the 'Beauty and the Beast'.

We have an active elementary choir, student bands across the age groups, recorder classes and a range of privately taught music taking place at the school.

Our students have moved to the beat of Zumba and Salsa, stretch like ballet stars and yoga masters.

They can capture all these activities through DanubeCurrent (a student run journalism/film media outlet), photography club, create in the art and crafts club and try to produce 'pop' art.

Cultural

The school has a wide range of cultural activities.

We have older students involved each year in Model United Nations (MUN) and they attend MUN conferences in both Munich and Milan.

We have a journalism club, a student yearbook, theatre visits and critical reviews, community service programmes and a film club.

Sporting

DISV competes in the Danube Valley Athletic Conference, (https://danubevalleyathleticsconference.wordpress.com), as Danube Dragons with teams in soccer, basketball and volleyball; and with individuals in tennis, swimming, cross country and athletics.

The Dragons compete against the following schools: American International School ViennaVienna International SchoolInternational Christian School ViennaBritish School of BratislavaAmerican School of SalzburgSt Gilgens International SchoolBritish School of BudapestAmerican International School of Budapest and QSI International School Bratislava, through individual games, festivals and full tournaments at both middle and high school level.

We also compete in two separate competitions with our own ski-team, which consistently punches above its weight, which is important when we consider our Austrian cultural roots.

Our ASA programme offers a variety of other sports and opportunities for younger students, with baseball for upper elementary and middle school students, lower and upper elementary soccer, secondary badminton, elementary gymnastics, chess, capoeira, judo and karate.

Individuals have also competed in international showjumping and international karting events, with most noticeably one student qualifying for the Olympic Games in Rio and another student racing in Renault Formula 2.0.

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