The British School of Brussels (BSB), an English-language day school providing a British education to 1,350 international students from ages three to 18 and occupies a site of about 15 acres surrounded by woodland near the Royal Museum of Central Africa in the town of Tervuren, east of Brussels. Forty-one percent of students are British with 70 other nationalities represented.
British School of Brussels
|Application Fee:||€1,000||for the first child in the family|
|€500||for each subsequent child in the family|
|Reception, Years 1, 2:||€26,600|
|Years 3, 4, 5, 6:||€28,000|
|Years 7, 8, 9:||€33,200|
|Years 10, 11, 12, 13:||€34,050|
The School offers a British-based curriculum, adapted to a European context and international cohort. Students at BSB have the option to take the (I)GCSE, GCSE, GCE A-level and the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme and Career-related certificate. BSB also provides bilingual French/English programmes to children aged four to nine and offers significantly enhanced provision in French across the curriculum in secondary school. Students receive expert careers advice and leave well-equipped for worldwide university admission.
Facilities at BSB include eight science labs, numerous ICT suites, 240-seat theatre, drama studio, state-of-the-art technology workshops, art studios, three libraries, two gymnasia, two multi-purpose halls and extensive all-weather sports fields.