Image: Current CoViD-19 regulations

When is my child allowed to go to school in times of CoViD-19 and in which cases must he/she stay at home? Please see here the current DISDH regulations.

RIVM Beslisboom for children under 12 years

RIVM Beslisboom for children over 12 years


Image: DISDH alumnus honoured as best graduate

Five years ago, Georgios Andreadis completed his school career at DISDH with the Abitur. Afterwards he began his studies at TU Delft, where he was honoured as Best Graduate for his outstanding achievements. What is his Master thesis about? Georgios explains it to us.


Image: St. Martin at DISDH

With cheerful songs and a colourful sea of lights, our kindergarten children as well as Preschool and Primary school students celebrated the day of St. Martin. Together with grade 5 students, who accompanied the celebration with their instruments, the group sung St. Martin's song in the lovingly decorated sports hall.


Image: Happy Autumn holidays

We wish our entire school community relaxing Autumn Holidays. Stay healthy!


Image: Noa Trabold wins 28th German-Dutch Literature Competition!

On Tuesday evening waiting was finally over. The 15 prize-winners of the 28th German-Dutch Translation and Literature Competition were announced and awarded for their work.


Image: Welcome ceremony & First-graders' morning

This week marked the start of the 2020-21 school year. New families were warmly welcomed at DISDH with a ceremony filled with music, greetings and good wishes. While afterwards, the students streamed into their classes, their parents enjoyed a chat and refreshments.


Image: Welcome in the 2020/21 school year

We wish all our students a great start. Good to have you back!


Image: Happy summer holidays

We wish our entire school community a relaxing summer! See you back in August. 


Image: DISDH Graduates Bid Farewell

Last Friday certainly was one of the most important days of our high school graduates’ school life. This year’s graduating class received their diplomas in a formal ceremony (in accordance with the current regulations).


Image: Snail visit in grade 3

In Social Science lessons, grade 3 students are currently dealing with the subject snails. How do snails actually live? What do they eat? Why do snails need their shell? Do snails sleep during the day? There are so many questions to answer.


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