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International schools and special method schools in Belgium

This page contains a list of schools which do not follow the Belgian program. Some of these schools prepare for the European or the International Baccalaureate, giving access to virtually any university in the world.

International Schools in Brussels (in alphabetical order)

Bogaerts International School
555 Rue Engeland – 1180 Brussels
www.bischool.com
info@bischool.com
from 6 to 18 years

Brussels English Primary School (BEPS) Brussels
Avenue Franklin Roosevelt – 1050 Bruxelles
T: 02 648 43 11 F: 02 646 16 73
www.beps.com
info@beps.com

British International School of Brussels
Avenue Emile Max 163 – 1030 Bruxelles
T: 02 736 89 81 F: 736 89 83
www.bisb.org
schooloffice@.bisb.org

The British Junior Academy of Brussels
Bld St. Michel 83 – 1040 Bruxelles
T-F: 02 732 53 76
www.bjab.org
from 2 ½ to 11 years

British School of Brussels
Leuvensesteenweg 19 – 3080 Tervuren
T: 02 766 04 30 F: 02 767 80 70
www.britishschool.be
admissions@britishschool.be
from 3 to 18 years

Brussels American School
John F. Kennedylaan 12 – 1933 Sterrebeek
T: 02 731 56 26 F: 02 782 02 30
http://www.brus-ehs.eu.dodea.edu/index.html

European School Brussels 1
Avenue du Vert Chasseur 46 – 1180 Bruxelles
T: 02 373 86 11 F: 02 375 47 16
www.eeb1.com

European School Brussels 2
Avenue Oscar Jespers 75 – 1200 Bruxelles
T: 02 774 22 11 F: 02 774 22 43 (primary)
T: 02 774 22 24 F: 02 772 05 30 (secondary)
www.eeb2.be

European School Brussels 3
Boulevard du Triomphe 151 – 1050 Bruxelles
T: 02 629 47 00 F: 02 629 47 92
www.ee3.eu

European School Brussels 4
Rue Berkendael 70-74 – 1190 Bruxelles
T: 02 340 13 90 F: 02 340 14 98
www.eeb4.eu

International School of Brussels
Kattenberg 19 – 1170 Bruxelles
T: 02 661 42 11 F: 02 661 42 00
www.isb.be
Admission
T: 02 661 42 25

St. John’s International school
Drève Richelle 146 – 1410 Waterloo
T: 02 652 06 10 F: 02 352 06 20 (30)
www.stjohns.be
contact@stjohns.be

St Paul’s British Primary School
Stationstraat 3 – 3080 Vossem-Tervuren
T: 02 767 30 98
www.stpaulsbps.com
info@stpaulsbps.com
from 2 ½ to 11 years


French Schools

Le Verseau
Rue de Wavre 60 – 1301 Bierges
T: 010 23 17 17 F: 010 24 17 00
www.eiverseau.be

Lycée français de Belgique Jean Monnet
Avenue du lycée français 9 – 1080 Bruxelles
T: 02 785 01 30 F: 02 785 01 43
www.dsbrussel.be
ds.brussel@dsbrussel.be

Pistache
Avenue Eugène Demolderlaan 93
1030 Schaarbeek/Schaerbeek
T: 0478 68 28 97
info@pistachepistache.be
pistachepistache.be
(Bilangual education in Dutch and French for children 2,5 - 6 year)


German school

Deutsche Schule Brussel
Lange Eikstraat 71 – 1970 Wezembeek-Oppem
T: 02 785 01 30 F: 02 785 01 43
www.dsbruessel.de


Scandinavian School

Scandinavian School
Square d’Argenteuil 5 – 1410 Waterloo
T: 02 357 06 70 F: 02 357 06 80
www.ssb.be
From age 2


Japanese School

Japanese School of Brussels
Avenue des Meuniers 133 – 1160 Bruxelles
T: 02 672 10 38 F: 02 672 95 27
www.japanese-school-brussels.be


Polish School

Collège Jean XXIII
Bld de la Woluwe 22 – 1150 Bruxelles
T: 02 537 25 82
www.szkola-lelewela-bruksela.be


Dutch school (Holland)

Ecole Hollandaise Prinses Juliana
Rue d’Oultremont 19 – 1040 Bruxelles
T: 02 733 86 16 F: 02 734 99 60
www.julianaschool.be

Nederlandse School Rudolf Steiner
Rue des Millepertuis 14 – 1070 Bruxelles
T: 02 521 04 92 F: 02 736 87 27
www.steinerschool.brussel.vgc.be


Jewish Schools

Athénéé Ganenou
Rue du Melkriek 3 – 1180 Bruxelles
T: 02 376 11 76
www.ganenou.com

Athénéé Maïmonide de Bruxelles
Boulevard Poincaré 67 – 1070 Bruxelles
T: 02 376 11 76
www.maimo.be

Ecole Beth Aviv
Avenue Molière 123 – 1190 Bruxelles
T: 02 374 37 19
www.beth-aviv.org


International Schools in the province of Antwerp

Antwerp International school
Veltwijcklaan 180 - 2180 Ekeren
T: 0 3 543 93 00 F: 03 541 82 01
ais@ais-antwerp.be
www.ais-antwerp.be

DYP International School
40 Kontichsesteenweg - 2630 Aartselaar
T: 03 271 0943
info@dypisbelgium.be
www.dypisbelgium.be

The European School of Mol
Europawijk 100 - 2400 Mol
T: 014 56 31 01
www.esmol.be


International School in Ghent

International School Ghent
6 Ledeganckstraat - 9000 Ghent
T: 09 221 23 00
info@isg-ghent.org
www.isg-ghent.org


Special method schools

The Montessori Method

Montessori education is an educational approach developed by Italian physician and educator Maria Montessori and characterized by an emphasis on independence, freedom within limits, and respect for a child’s natural psychological, physical, and social development. Although a range of practices exists under the name "Montessori", the Association Montessori Internationale (AMI) and the American Montessori Society (AMS) cite these elements as essential:
• Mixed age classrooms, with classrooms for children ages 2½ or 3 to 6 years old by far the most common
• Student choice of activity from within a prescribed range of options
• Uninterrupted blocks of work time, ideally three hours
• A constructivist or "discovery" model, where students learn concepts from working with materials, rather than by direct instruction
• Specialized educational materials developed by Montessori and her collaborators
• Freedom of movement within the classroom
• A trained Montessori teacher

A.C. Montessori Kids
Route de Renipont 4 – 1380 Ohain-Lasne
T: 02 633 66 52
www.montessorikids.com
from 18 months to 9 years

The Children’s Academy
Drève Richelle 122 – 1410 Waterloo
T: 02 351 46 52
www.childrens-academy.be
from 2 ½ to 6 years

The European Montessori School
Avenue Beau Séjour 12 – 1410 Waterloo
T: 02 354 00 33 F: 02 351 50 99
info@europeanmontessorischool.be
From 15 months to 14 years

International Montessori Centre
Molenweg 4 – 1970 Wezembeek-Oppem
T-F: 02 782 12 36
www.international-montessori.org
Montessori-sterrebeek@skynet.be
From 2 ½ to 6 years

International Montessori Children’s Centre
Mechelsesteenweg 79 – 1933 Sterrebeek
T-F: 02 784 27 84
www.international-montessori.org
Montessori-sterrebeek@skynet.be
From 15 months to 6 years

International Montessori ‘Hof Kleinenberg’
Kleinenbergstraat 97-99 – 1932 St. Stevens-Woluwe
T-F: 02 767 63 60
www.international-montessori.org
montessori-tervuren@online.be
from 2 to 9 years

International Montessori ‘Savoorke’
Bergstraat 24 – 3080 Tervuren
T-F: 02 767 02 76
www.international-montessori.org
montessori-tervuren@online.be
from 15 months to 6 years

The International Montessori School
Rotselaarlaan 1 – 3080 Tervuren
T-F: 02 767 63 60
www.international-montessori.org
montessori-tervuren@online.be
from 3 to 16 years

La Maison des enfants Montessori
Avenue Dolez 485B – 1180 Bruxelles
T: 02 375 61 84

Montessori House Belgium
Rue Pergère 117 – 1420 Braine l’Alleud
T-F: 02 385 15 03
www.montessorihouse.net
info@montessorihouse.net


Steiner Method

Waldorf (Steiner) education is a humanistic approach to pedagogy based on the educational philosophy of the Austrian philosopher Rudolf Steiner, the founder of anthroposophy.
Steiner described child development as taking place in three distinct stages. These stages were reflected in his program of early childhood education, which focused on hands-on activities and creative play; elementary education, focused on developing artistic expression and social capacities; and secondary education, focused on developing critical reasoning and empathic understanding. The educational approach also placed unique importance on the role of imagination in learning, as well as focusing attention on the intersection of different elements of curriculum, eschewing specialization and compartmentalization.
The overall goal of Waldorf education is to develop free, morally responsible, and integrated individuals equipped with a high degree of social competence. Teachers in Waldorf schools emphasize formative (qualitative) over summative (quantitative) assessment. Individual teachers and schools have a great deal of autonomy in determining curriculum content, teaching methodology and governance.The principle: Consider the child as a being who thinks, acts and feels. Great importance is attached to the child’s artistic creativity and his biological rhythms.

Ecole steiner
Avenue des Millepertuis 14 – 1070 Bruxelles
T: 02 521 04 92
www.ecole-steiner.be
(In Dutch)

Kristoffelschool
Brusselsesteenweg 332 – 3090 Overijse
T: 02 688 14 80
(In Dutch)

Libre Ecole Rudolf Steiner
La Ferme Blanche
Rue de la Quenique 18 – 1410 Court St. Etienne
T: 010 62 20 64
www.ecole-steiner.be
(In French)

De Zonnewijzer
Privaat weg 7 – 3018 Leuven
T: 016 20 29 54 F: 016 20 63 87
www.steinerschoolleuven.be
(In Dutch)


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