About Us


Our vision is to see that the seeds that we planted and nourished would, in the future, be trees, mightily standing and deeply rooted, bearing fruits and giving shelter to all living creatures. FROM NOTHING COMES NOTHING. But nobility and decency, wisdom and knowledge, righteousness and moral ascendancy, can only result in something beautiful, something so deeply humane, something so wonderfully divine. In the end, all these would lead to that what we ardently and fervently wish: TO BE ABLE TO BRING BACK HUMANENESS TO HUMANITY. May the God of this universe remain our sole foundation of strength and determination. Only through godly eyes will we see our role in His creation.


Our mission is to plant and nourish seeds of intellectual competence, a strong ethical & moral awareness, spiritual maturity, nobility & decency, and social sensitivity in the minds and hearts of children. These, our pupils, with constant care and guidance, will be our sole inspiration. In the faces of these children, we see the future; not financial profit.

A conservative and classical school of the Old World.

Blue Danube is focused mainly on the academic development and the character formation of its pupils. 

Discipline, individualized and intensive learning, as well as proper attitude and behavior are the factors which we concentrate on. We are also strict with regard to the performance of all administrators and educators. 

In our Pre-School Levels, pupils do not need textbooks. The Director writes the entire curriculum, which will then be distributed to the children without extra costs, thereby saving the parents the cost of school books. Only elementary pupils will be required to buy textbooks (only for major subjects).

In Religion, which is optional, we teach primarily Bible Stories, the basic prayers in English, German and Latin, and the relationship between God and a person. The study of the German language and Values Education is obligatory in the whole school. Without Ethics, schooling is lame. Computer Education is mandatory as early as Grade 1.