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Diana26
11/11/2016 12:48 EST

Hi, I found some (probably older) reviews on the IB schools in AMS. Could anybody give some current evaluation of the AICS and the ISA? We are moving to AMS next summer and need an IB school for our 2x 13-year-old daughters. They speak Dutch (daddy is Dutch) but not at a 9th grader's level discussing poetry. Furthermore, on our journey through the world they have always been on international (IB providing) schools. The company will pay so money is not an option. We don't know yet where we will be going to live (depends on the school). I don't care about posh, I just want the best education in a healthy environment with the greatest resources and teachers available.
Can anybody help?

Expatex
2/22/2017 08:54 EST

Hi, pls be aware if you choose an IB school in Amsterdam. We just moved since January 2017 our boys to Rotterdam from Breda. While we were searching for the right information on international IB schools in the Netherlands 2 schools were in trouble: 1 in Breda and 1 in Amsterdam. I'm so sorry but I don't know the specific name of the school in Amsterdam since for us this was not an option. All I want you to be careful. Good luck.

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laurjoy423
4/4/2017 22:52 EST

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