European School, Brussels II

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European School, Brussels II
Schola Europaea
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European School, Brussels II is located in Brussels
European School, Brussels II
European School, Brussels II
European School, Brussels II is located in Belgium
European School, Brussels II
European School, Brussels II
European School, Brussels II is located in European Union
European School, Brussels II
European School, Brussels II
Avenue Oscar Jespers, 75


Coordinates50°51′29″N 4°26′35″E / 50.85806°N 4.44306°E / 50.85806; 4.44306Coordinates: 50°51′29″N 4°26′35″E / 50.85806°N 4.44306°E / 50.85806; 4.44306
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TypeEuropean School
DirectorKamila Malik
GenderMixed
Age range4 to 18
Enrolment3,070[1] (2018-2019)
Student Union/AssociationThe Pupils' Committee
Sister Schools12 European Schools
DiplomaEuropean Baccalaureate
Website

The European School, Brussels II (French: Ecole Européenne Bruxelles 2) is one of thirteen European Schools in the European Union (EU), and of four in Brussels. It is situated on Avenue Oscar Jespers, in the Brussels suburb of Woluwe-Saint-Lambert.[2]

The school is an all-through school catering for nursery, primary and secondary pupils, culminating in the awarding of the European Baccalaureate as its seconday leaving qualification. Pupils of the school are enrolled in either the Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Finnish, Swedish, Lithuanian, Estonian or Portuguese language sections. Founded in 1974 after the first enlargement of the European Communities, the European School, Brussels II prioritises, the children of EU staff for enrollment purposes.[3] Children of non-EU staff may enroll provided there is capacity. However, the School has been filled above its theoretical student capacity for multiple years. Enrolment in the four Brussels based European Schools is administered centrally.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Board of Governors of the European Schools. "Facts and figures on the beginning of the 2018-2019 school year in the European Schools" (PDF). eursc.eu. Office of the Secretary-General of the European Schools. p. 7. Retrieved 8 February 2019.
  2. ^ ""Archived copy" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on March 23, 2016. Retrieved March 23, 2016.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)" (). European School of Brussels II. Retrieved on March 23, 2016. "Avenue Oscar Jespers, 75 1200 Woluwe-Saint-Lambert"
  3. ^ European Schools (2013). European Schools, 1953-2013 (PDF). Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union. doi:10.2842/11549. ISBN 978-92-9188-143-7.

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