English schools in Europe
The EaB celebrates 50 years of international education.
Created in 1954, the EaB has always been at the forefront of advances in education, anticipating major reforms in teaching, particularly those concerning early language learning. As a member of the UNESCO Associated Schools Network, the EaB belongs to a group of schools assuring the development of an international, cross-cultural viewpoint based on the individual follow-up of each pupil and the respect of their cultural identity.
The EaB proposes a bilingual program from nursery school and different academic options in French or English as the first language of education, leading to American, British and International qualifications. Under state contract with the Ministry of Education, the EaB fulfils all the requirements of the official French Curriculum. Furthermore, the school is accredited by the Cambridge, Oxford and London Examining Boards, as well as the International Baccalaureate Organization.