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EEBA is located in a beautiful landscaped park in the outskirts of Waterloo, 15 kilometers south of the center of Brussels.

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Email: info@eeba.be
Phone: +32(0)2/357 0670
Address: Square d’Argenteuil 5 1410 Waterloo, Belgium

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The European School of Bruxelles-Argenteuil (EEBA) is an international, multilingual school offering the official European School curriculum which is organised jointly by the governments of the Member States of the EU for nursery, primary and secondary level pupils – www.eursc.eu.

The mission of the European Schools is to provide students with a world class education from nursery to university entrance, whilst offering the opportunity to stay connected to their own language and culture. Children reach their potential through high expectations and a nurturing, inspiring environment.

The highly sought-after official European School curriculum is taught through several modern European languages with an strong emphasis on both scientific discovery and cultural understanding. We focus on developing the whole child and nurturing their natural aptitudes through strong individual support and thoughtfully differentiated classroom learning. Pupils can enjoy the enhanced campus benefits of all that is found at the beautiful estate of the Castle of Argenteuil.

In September, 2016, we opened:

  • The pre-primary school: bilingual or trilingual early years’ education (ages 2-6)
  • Primary school. Options: L1 English, with L2 French or German, or L1 Danish or other EU language within the English speaking section (known as the SWALS option in the European Schools).
  • English language support for non-native English speakers.

In September, 2017:

  • We will expand our primary school to offer complete primary education in the English and French speaking sections. We will offer the L1 native language option for groups of other EU language speakers where feasible.
  • We will open the secondary school English and French sections, beginning with the first 3 years of secondary school (ages 11-13). We will offer the L1 native language option for groups of other EU language speakers where feasible).
  • English language support for non-native English speakers.

In September 2018 and beyond:

  • The secondary school will grow upwards with its pupils as they progress to the European or International Baccalaureate, which provide access to universities and colleges across the world

The Board of Governors of the European Schools oversees the curriculum of European Schools, and have authorised EEBA to apply to be the first accredited European School in Belgium.