Eight international schools in the Brussels suburbs


St John’s International School is accredited by the Middle States Association and the Council of International Schools. It is a close-knit, values-based school, which welcomes families of all faiths, nationalities and backgrounds. Experienced, nurturing teachers help students reach their personal potential.
Drève Richelle 146, 1410 Waterloo

St Paul’s British Primary School was founded in 1975. It is “an excellent school, providing an outstanding quality of Education and Care” (Mark Evans, lead inspector, 2016). Children of all nationalities, cultures and faiths are welcome. They offer the National Curriculum for England, with extra topics that reflect the location in the heart of Europe and their celebration of the arts and the great outdoors. 
3 Stationsstraat, 3080 Vossem, Tervuren, 02.767.30.98

The British School of Brussels (BSB) is accredited by the Council of International Schools (CIS), IB World Schools and the Council of British International Schools. With an outstanding reputation and superb academic results, it is an international community of 70 nationalities offering a British-based curriculum up to the age of 16 (GCSEs), to 1,350 students from ages one to 18. Post-16 it offers three pre-university routes: A Levels, IB Diploma and BTEC vocational courses in business, sport, hospitality and applied science. Bilingual French-English classes available from four to 14. Sporting facilities including a 25m indoor swimming pool. 
1 Pater Dupierreuxlaan, 3080 Tervuren, 02.766.04.30

Internationale Deutsche Schule Brüssel follows a German curriculum. Children aged three to six are welcome at the innovative bilingual pre-school (German, English, French), students from six to 10 can join at primary and up to 19 at secondary level. More than 30 nationalities are present among 650 students who benefit from modern educational concepts, extensive individual tutoring, vocational guidance, a stimulating after school programme as well as a clear focus on sciences and languages.
71 Lange Eikstraat, 1970 Wezembeek-Oppem

Ecole Internationale Le Verseau delivers a high quality academic education in French (Belgian curriculum) with excellent English language provision at native speaker level for English mother-tongue pupils. Secondary pupils take the IGCSE English language examination and the Belgian school-leaving certificate (CESS) which allows them to study at universities in Belgium, the UK, France, Holland, USA, Canada. The school combines a rigorous approach to studies with an emphasis on pupil welfare, physical and mental wellbeing and creativity.
60 Rue de Wavre, 1301 Bierges (primary), (secondary),

Ecole International Montgomery is an independent bilingual school (French/English) in the heart of Brussels. The school offers an intense bilingual programme for students aged 6 to 18 and forms part of the  International Baccalaureate (IB) network. It is a rich and diverse international community whereby over 30 nationalities meet, interact, learn and develop on a daily basis. The school believes in the importance of developing students holistically and equipping them with all the necessary skills and tools to be able to face the world outside. It aims at developing responsible international citizens who respect others and the world they live in, who empathize and take action and not observe passively. The school prides itself on having small classes to be able to provide each student with individual attention so places are limited.
133 Rue du Duc, 1200 Bruxelles
02.733.63.23 ,

International Montessori ‘Hof Kleinenberg’ and IB World School offer an international and bilingual curriculum to children aged three to 19. It is an accredited IB World School at the Diploma Programme level. Middle Years  students are exposed to a programme offering individual mentorship, with academic success based on their level and pace and personal development, helping them constructively through their early adolescence. Primary offers a vast curriculum which develops logical thinking and creative intelligence. The emphasis is on skills such as leadership, team-playing, taking initiative, communication and decision-making.
97-99 Kleinenbergstraat, 1932 Sint-Stevens-Woluwe, 02.721.21.11

The Scandinavian School of Brussels has approximately 250 students aged from two to 19 from Scandinavia and the rest of the world, and 40 teachers from all over the world, who offer lessons in the Nordic languages plus English and French. Upper secondary students can follow the International Baccalaureate programme (IB). SSB has been an IB school since 1985. The teaching and examination language is English, giving students a bilingual diploma. The programme runs over three years where the first year is an introductory year. At the end of the two diploma years there are exams. The boarding school is in Château d’Argenteuil, an old castle with modern facilities. We also offer after-school activities; music, sports, languages, maths and problem solving and homework help.
5 Square d’Argenteuil, 1410 Waterloo


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