The International Christian School of Vienna
provides high-quality, individualized education,
equipping students with Christian character
to impact the nations of the world.

International

ICSV is truly an international community made up of students from 60 different nations of the world. Students benefit from learning in such an environment because international education develops citizens of the world, building a sense of identity and cultural awareness. It also encourages global thinking and an appreciation for diversity.

Quality

ICSV values excellence in academics. A United States-based curriculum is used, with upper-classmen having the opportunity to enroll in the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme, which leads to an IB Diploma.

ICSV’s academic program has been accredited by both the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) and the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools. ICSV has been granted Öffentlichkeitsrecht by the Austrian school authorities. All of our teachers are qualified, licensed, and approved by the Stadtschulrat Wien (Vienna Board of Education).

Caring

ICSV students study in small classes led by caring and professional teachers. In this environment, students receive greater individual attention, create close friendships with their peers, and experience true community.

Character-Building

ICSV staff members are role models of Christian character to the students. The academic program and learning environment reflect this in many ways. As teachers guide students through rich learning experiences, they also impart their worldview to the students, resulting in opportunities for students to develop a strong moral character.

From Our Director

Absolute Truth

Absolute Truth

February 8, 2019

About 18 months ago I asked a high school student to come to my office so that he could clarify some of his comments in the student survey. One in particular stood out to me. He said that he felt some teachers were shying away from the difficult questions in life and were almost apologizing … Read More

Unravelling Ribbons

Unravelling Ribbons

February 1, 2019

During the month of January, my circle of friends experienced three deaths. One was a teacher who was only 41 years old. He had an undiagnosed heart condition, so he literally was fine one minute and gone the next. He left behind a wife and two small children. The second was a 66 year old mother … Read More

Love Your Enemies

Love Your Enemies

January 25, 2019

Do you watch the news every day? Follow a blog of current events? How about checking the daily headlines online? I do. Lately, I’ve become a bit more discouraged with what I read. Even if I try to look past the politicians arguing over Brexit or the US government shutdown, just yesterday there were stories … Read More

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