International School Eindhoven
Oirschotsedijk 14b, 5651 GC Eindhoven, North Brabant, Netherlands
+31 40 2519437
|Founded||1966 & 1974|
|Secondary Principal||Marcella Watts|
|Language of Instruction||English|
|Co-ed Age Range||4-18|
|Number of pupils||1,200|
|Primary||€4,995 per term|
|Secondary||€7,073 - €7,871 per term|
|Average Class Size||Max 22|
|Authorised IB Programmes||IBDP, IBMYP|
|Diploma Coordinator||David Bailly|
|MYP Coordinator||Kris Pollard|
|Associations||ECIS, CIS, IB|
|Tweets by isecampus|
Primary and secondary school
International School Eindhoven is an IB World School situated in the heart of one of the world's most dynamic innovation hubs for design, science and technology. We provide primary and secondary education for the children of internationally-minded families within the Brainport, a flourishing creative region, in the southern part of the Netherlands.
Local families, or those returning from overseas, will be pleased to know that we offer a Dutch bilingual education for local primary students alongside our international primary and secondary departments. In addition we offer a bilingual preschool for younger children. All of these programs take place on one campus, situated within a green area of Northern Eindhoven.
Our unique understanding of the needs of international families, combined with our small class sizes, will allow your child to be suitably challenged and supported. Our students will not only realize their potential academically, but will also develop as internationally-minded, multilingual, responsible and creative members of society. As a starting point, we help our students to develop their home language while developing a second, or even a third, language. In doing so, we offer our students the opportunity to take part in an extremely diverse range of language pathways, both within and outside of regular lessons.
More than a school
We believe that as an international school we have a wider role to play for our community. We know that moving into a new country and community is not without its ambiguities and challenges. Our aim is to make the process as smooth as possible. Our priority is to also help families to assimilate quickly into the region. We support this transition by organizing language classes, information sessions and social events for our parent community. We work with organizations, such as the Expat Centre South, which are designed specifically to help you to become settled as quickly as possible.
We are a non-profit school established and supported by the Dutch government and local councils as well as several Brainport companies. We are proud to have been accredited by the Council of International Schools, which ensures that we not only offer programs that meet the highest of international standards, but we are committed to a process of continual improvement and development.
We look forward to meeting you and sharing our experiences, knowledge and passion for learning.