We are committed to giving your child an outstanding international education. Our unique approach to teaching and learning ensures that we put the needs of your child at the heart of our premium international schools to create warm, welcoming communities where each and every student thrives.
Some parents and students share their thoughts on what makes our schools great.
"The place to be in this rapidly changing world. They are the education of the future!"
-Oromeni Olayiwole, parent at The Village School in Houston, Texas
"Beyond the consistently high academic standards, the education here is also very rounded, preparing children for real life, not just exams. Special attention was being paid to the students' continuous personal growth and healthy self-esteem, this aspect in particular highly exceeded my expectations as a parent."
-Andrea Szekely, parent at The English International School Prague in Czech Republic
"Upon arrival, the Head of Admissions welcomed us warmly, and she's been so helpful to all of us as we made the adjustment to living in Beijing. Both our girls are thriving here as a result of their dedicated teachers. They each get the specific attention they need academically from their teachers.”
-Sarah Stockwell, parent at The British School of Beijing Sanlitun in China
"The school’s very nice and welcoming. It’s easy to become part of the group; the students are open and friendly, and the staff makes sure that, academically, you’re all up to scratch in the beginning of the school year. It’s easy to adjust to the school."
-Bettina Losnedal, an International Baccalaureate student at The British International School Bratislava in Slovakia
" While CAS develops your experience and skills horizontally in a diverse way, IB helps you dig down and deepen your interest and knowledge of a particular subject. IB helps you change "I would" or "I should" to "I will."
-Yang Soo Yoon, an International Baccalaureate student at The British International School Bratislava in Slovakia
"All the students are very ambitious that motivates me to work even harder. I enjoy going to school, which has a very positive effect on my academic progress."
Emma Javorkova, IB1 student
-Emma Javorkova, an International Baccalaureate student at The British International School Bratislava in Slovakia