Are you looking for an international school for your child(ren)? Here is a list of schools in or near Amstelveen.
The International school of Amsterdam (ISA)
The International school of Amsterdam (ISA), established in Amstelveen, is a school where international education is provided. The ISA was founded in 1964 to cater for the educational needs of the children of the international community living in and around Amstelveen. The ISA is a non-sectarian, non-profit making, co-educational day school for students up to Grade 13 (aged 3-18). The academic programme is based upon the International Baccalaureate Programme and has been especially created for students who will be studying for several years in the Netherlands before returning home or who will complete their education in one or more international schools. The language of instruction is English. The school is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) and the European Council of International Schools (ECIS).
The school’s purpose–built campus is located in a quiet, residential area of Amstelveen, just minutes from the centre of Amsterdam and Schiphol Amsterdam Airport by car and public transport. For further information please take a look at the school’s website or apply for a brochure at firstname.lastname@example.org or call +31 (0)20 347 11 11.
Amity International School
Amity International School Amsterdam provides international education based on an enhanced IB PYP curriculum to children ages 3–11 years old (11-13 years old from 2018/19). For further information please take a look at the school’s website or contact the school’s reception: email@example.com, phone number: +31 (0) 20 345 44 81.
The British School of Amsterdam
The British School of Amsterdam, founded in 1978, is an independent, co-educational day school offering education in English to children of all nationalities, between the ages of 2 and 14. They provide a traditional curriculum based on the British National Curriculum. For further information please take a look at the school´s website or contact the Principal on +31 (0)20 679 78 40.
Amsterdam International Community School (AICS)
Amsterdam International Community School ( AICS) is a community based international school for students aged 4-19. The language of instruction is English. AICS is subsidised by the Dutch Government this enables them to offer a low-cost alternative while maintaining the high quality of the education they provide. AICS offers the International Primary Curriculum, the IB Middle Years Programme and the International Baccalaureate Programme. AICS and their satellite school are located in two quiet residential areas which are a few minutes walk from all major transport facilities, near the World Trade Center (WTC). Students receive Dutch language and culture lessons. Non-native speakers receive extra English lessons. AICS is associated with a day-care centre on the premises which also offers after-school care. They strive to be a community where learning is at the heart of everything they do. For More information please contact Amsterdam International Community School, telephone: +31 (0)20 577 12 40 or visit their website.
Korean School of Amsterdam
Korean School of Amsterdam aims to provide Korean children and adolescents living in the Netherlands a learning environment where acquiring a broad international perspective is possible while maintaining their sentiment for national dignity. As more and more non-Koreans are becoming interested in the Korean culture and language, the school is growing to be more culturally diverse, becoming a center of cultural interactions between Koreans, Dutch people and students of many other nationalities. The Korean School of Amsterdam is located at the Keizer Karel College, Elegast 5, 1185 AA, Amstelveen. For more information go to the school's website.
Florencius International School
Florencius International School is an independent private primary school (children aged 4-12 years) and is situated in green surroundings in Amstelveen. Florencius School follows the International Primary Curriculum (IPC) and British standards. Their focus lies both with the academic and the social/emotional development of our students. They work in small groups (1 educator per 8 children at most), which allows all of their pupils to receive the personal attention and guidance they deserve. Self-confidence, ambition, passion and energy are the key components that allows them to achieve their goals. By focusing on the whole child, they can hone and build upon each child’s unique academic, emotional, physical and social talents.