Albert Einstein International School Amsterdam

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The Albert Einstein International School (AEIS) in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, provides an international specialist education that emphasizes on Science, Languages and Art within a caring community from kindergarten through twelfth grade students from all countries, including a limited number of Dutch students. The School promotes the appreciation of the diversity of persons and cultures, provides an optimal environment for learning and teaching, and offers a global curriculum that inspires in its students the spirit and ideals of the United Nations. The Albert Einstein International school is a modern, comprehensive, co-educational day and boarding school serving students between the ages of 2 and 18 years from Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 12 with a campuses in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Lviv, Ukraine and Cambridge, MA, USA.

Academic programmes[edit]

The Albert Einstein International School of Amsterdam is an independent specialist school, focused on Mathematics, Science, Languages and Art. Gifted and Talented Education (GATE) is an essential part of the program. The school is divided into four sections:

Sections Ages Curriculum
Early Learning 18 months to 3 Early Learning Programme
International Primary Curriculum 3 to 12 Key Stages 1 and 2
Secondary School 11 to 16 Key Stages 3 and 4
A-level college/CLEP/AP courses 16+ 3 A-Levels

The Albert Einstein International School prepares students for the most competitive universities like Harvard, Cambridge or Oxford.

Study abroad programmes[edit]

Study abroad programmes are part of the AEIS curriculum.

  • Science: London, England - history of Science or Oxford, England - Biology
  • Humanities and Social Sciences: Scandinavia - Viking studies and medieval Literature
  • Foreign Language and Culture: St. Petersburg, Russia or Lviv, Ukraine

Extra-Curricular activities[edit]

Students at AEIS are strongly encouraged to participate in after-school activities, acceleration programs and revision courses.

After-school activities:

Clubs Sports Music and Dance
Mathematics Skiing Piano
Science Chess Violin
Astronomy Swimming Orchestra
Creative Writing Diving Chorus
Photography Kayaking Ballroom dancing
Debating Hiking Latin Dancing

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