European Schools (ES) System

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European Schools are controlled jointly by the governments of EU Member States and are legally regarded as public institutions. Their mission is to provide a multilingual, multicultural and multidenominational education for nursery, primary and secondary level pupils (approximately 20,000 pupils on roll). See Europaea Schola official web-site for details (enrolment conditions, curriculum, baccalaureat, etc) and also on Wikipedia (baccalaureat).

Schools provide some limited facilities for Special Educational Needs (SEN).


Parents Associations

Parents associations of every European School are linked through Interparents and its newsgroup (restricted access).

Previous Pupils

Alumnus and alumna have setup the Euresco community


A group was recently set up by the parents for looking at the future of this school system: Groupe Unitaire de Défense des Écoles Européennes. The Woluwé Parents Association site hosts also a repository on the future of this school system and the particular overcrowded situation of Brussels.

European classes in normal schools

European Sections model ... in France (bilingual teaching).

External Material

Homonyms ;-)

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