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Athénée de Luxembourg
The Athénée de Luxembourg is perhaps Luxembourg’s most prestigious academic high school. It offers classes leading to the International Baccalaureate. This programme enables students with an excellent command of English to follow secondary studies focusing on languages, arts and sciences. The international section has six different groups of subjects, including literature, societies, arts and mathematics.
Where: 24 boulevard Pierre Dupong, Luxembourg-Merl, L-1430
Phone: 44 02 49 1
Differdange & Esch-sur-Alzette International School
The Luxembourg public school offers primary and secondary education classes. It operates according to the European Schools system and offers a teaching based on the programs of the European Schools. Students have several choices in terms of languages. From the first year of primary education, the pupil chooses a language section. The school offers three language sections: French, English and German.
Where: 50 rue Emile Mark , Differdange, L-4630, and 91 rue Victor Hugo , Esch-sur-Alzette, L-4141
Phone: 58 77 11 977
Primary and secondary instruction leading to the European baccalaureate examination. It is located on two sites: Kirchberg and Mamer. Children at the school are predominantly those whose parents work for European institutions, but it is open to fee-paying pupils. Students can take classes in their mother tongue. From the start of primary school, a second language is introduced (English, German or French) and becomes the teaching language of certain subjects. Pupils then have the option of learning one or more additional languages.
Where: 23 boulevard Konrad Adenauer , L-1115 Luxembourg-Kirchberg (European School I), and 6 rue Gaston Thorn, Bertrange, L-8268 (European School II)
Phone: 43 20 82 1 (European School I) and 273 224-1 (European School II)
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (European School I) and email@example.com (European School II)
International School of Luxembourg
This school is open to all nationalities and children from all over the world. The teaching language is English, and French and German are taught too. The establishment is divided into two divisions: the lower school and the upper school. The curriculum culminates in the International Baccalaureate. Tutoring is available for children whose mother tongue is not English.
Where: 36 boulevard Pierre Dupong , Luxembourg-Merl, L-1430
Phone: 26 04 40
The international section of this school follows the European School System. It is open to all students, without any registration fees. The school offers primary classes (from age 6 to 11) as well as secondary classes (from age 12) in German- and English-speaking sections, following European Baccalaureate system.
Where: 2 rue Victor Ferrant, Junglinster, L-6122
Phone: 27 69 63 1
Michel Lucius International School
This state-funded secondary school has an English language international stream. An international English-medium curriculum is taught throughout the international school, leading to (I)GCSE qualifications and culminating in GCE A Levels. The school also has a primary school with English, mathematics and sciences as core subjects. Luxembourgish, French and German are also taught.
Where: 157 avenue Pasteur , Luxembourg-Limpertsberg, L-2311
Phone: 47 33 05 50
Mondorf-les-Bains International School
The school offers an equivalent to Luxembourg’s ESC (academic secondary school) diploma. It is a state school meaning both primary and secondary classes are free of charge. Classes are taught in English, French or German, depending on the student’s choice. Luxembourgish is also taught. The school follows individual learning plans instead of grade retention.
Where: 20 route de Luxembourg , Mondorf-les-Bains, L-5634
Phone: 27 69 63 1
St George’s International School
This private school teaches in English. Children whose mother tongue is not English can receive tutoring in their initial years until they reach the required level. French is taught from pre-school, and other languages, including German, are also taught. The school follows the English and Welsh curriculum, with the A Level study completion examination.
Where: 11 rue des Peupliers , Luxembourg-Hamm, L-2328
Phone: 42 32 24