Vienna Christian School


Vienna Christian School

Infobox Private School
name = Vienna Christian School

motto = "Vienna Christian School exists to glorify God by providing high quality academic programs, in the English language, for our international student population."
established = 1986
type = Private
religion = Evangelical Christian
head_name = Director
head = Ken Norman
city = Vienna
state =
country = Austria

enrollment = ca 300
faculty =
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mascot = Eagle
conference =
homepage = [http://www.viennachristianschool.org www.viennachristianschool.org]
The Vienna Christian School is an international school in Vienna, Austria that was founded in 1986. It is located in the Donaustadt district of Vienna.

VCS is a non-profit organization. Its teachers are, with a few exceptions, missionaries from America. It has a multicultural background, and it contains a large variety of students. Though the school currently only enrolls about 225 students K-12, the student body represents more than 30 countries.

History

In December 2006 VCS celebrated its 20th Anniversary with a two-day reunion that included current and former staff as well as many alumni.

References

www.viennachristianschool.org

External links

[http://www.viennachristianschool.org Vienna Christian School]


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