News | Sept. 2, 2019
Feature: Interest in International Schools Growing in Slovenia

Among the many primary and secondary schools children can go to in Slovenia, there are also several international schools, which are mostly intended for foreigners. Interest in them has been growing, also among Slovenian children, so this year they will have 600 students.  Read more...

News | July 23, 2019
"Boris Johnson’s views about my education feel like a kick in the face"

Mark Griffin, alumnus of ES Culham, has a European School education in common with Boris Johnson, but it is fair to say it has not left them seeing eye to eye  Read more...

News | July 16, 2019
Ursula von der Leyen - President of European Commission

Congratulations to Ursula von der Leyen, alumna of European School of Brussels I, for her election as the next president of the European Commission! Vive l’Europe!  Read more...

News | July 13, 2019
Germany tells the East: Speed up reform or you will lose your population

Germany’s minister of state for Europe delivered a blunt message to a gathering of the Eastern Partnership, organised in the Georgian Black Sea city of Batumi on Thursday (11 July  Read more...

News | July 12, 2019
Ursula von der Leyen: Baptism of fire

European Commission President-designate, Ursula von der Leyen, went on a charm offensive in Parliament this week.  Read more...

News | July 9, 2019
ESH celebrates its first European Baccalaureate

European Baccalaureate Results  Read more...

News | May 4, 2019
Choirs at St. Colman’s Cathedral @ Cork International Choral Festival 2019

Saturday 4th May, 1.10pm FEATURING The European School of Brussels Secondary Choir, BELGIUM  Read more...

News | April 16, 2019
Deux incendies volontaires en deux jours à l'école européenne de Laeken

"Deux incendies au même endroit, en deux jours, on peut raisonnablement penser qu'il s'agit d'un acte volontaire. La police a ouvert une enquête."  Read more...

News | April 9, 2019
Youth for Climate plans 24 May march

"Zélie Guisset, a 17-year-old European School Kirchberg student and one of the event organisers, said that similar protests would be taking place in other cities in Europe and that the group was “highly motivated” in mobilising participants for the cause. “It’s been 30 years that the government knows about climate change, but it doesn’t do anything, or not enough,” Guisset added. "  Read more...