European Schools (ES)

​The European Schools (ES) are 13 official educational establishments controlled jointly by the governments of the Member States of the European Union.

They are legally regarded as public institutions in all of these countries.

The mission of the ES is to provide a multilingual and multicultural education for nursery, primary and secondary level pupils. They are aimed primarily for children of staff of the European institutions.

Below is a list of the 13 European School. Here is list of Accredited European Schools (AES).

Belgium
ES Brussels I (Uccle + Berkendael): www.eeb1.eu
ES Brussels II (Woluwé): www.eeb2.eu
ES Brussels III (Ixelles): www.eeb3.eu
ES Brussels IV (Laeken): www.eeb4.be
ES Mol: www.esmol.net

Germany
ES Frankfurt: www.esffm.org
ES Karlsruhe: www.es-karlsruhe.eu
ES Munich: www.esmunich.de

Italy
ES Varese: www.eurscva.eu

Luxembourg
ES Luxembourg I (Kirchberg): www.euroschool.lu
ES Luxembourg II (Mamer): www.eel2.eu

Netherlands
ES Bergen N.H. (Petten): esbergen.eu

Spain
ES Alicante: www.escuelaeuropea.org

The umbrella association for the Parent Associations of the ES is called INTERPARENTS.

Map of all European Schools (ES & AES) provided by the Office of the Secretary-General of the European Schools