Proud history in Amsterdam
The British School of Amsterdam has been a part of the city and its international community for 40 years. From small-scale beginnings in 1978, the school has grown to accommodate nearly 1,000 children between the ages 3 and 18 years. To go along with that growth, the school has now moved to a new building.
The new building was officially opened on 21 April. Located in Amsterdam’s Oud Zuid area, the interior of the historic building has been completely redesigned to provide state-of-the-art teaching and learning facilities. It features an outstanding gymnasium, a full-sized theatre, fully equipped science laboratories and specially designed music rooms.
Wide range of international schooling
The British School of Amsterdam prides itself on representing the cosmopolitan nature of its home city, counting children from more than 40 countries among its pupils. It is part of a wide range of international schools available in the Netherlands. The Amsterdam Metropolitan Area in particular offers a host of options for international schooling, with independent schools as well as public/private schools covering a wide spectrum of learning, languages and cultures.