By Betsy Burlingame
Last updated on Sep 17, 2022
Expats, digital nomads and retirees talk about what it is really like living in Waterloo, Belgium. They offer advice about meeting people, cost of living, finding a home and more.
What are the schools in Waterloo like?
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"I strongly recommend! In this school, teachers including the principal would be proactive to get to know your child and they find out which way your kids learn better so that they seem to habdle different methods to different kids. As a result, a child feel that he/she is considered important so that they are encouraged to be better person and finally achieve high academic skills as well,"
remarked another parent with kids at European School Brussels Argenteuil in Waterloo.
"I would recommend visiting the school of course and maybe getting in touch with some parents of the same year. The admissions person is extremely helpful and accommodating,"
explained one expat living in Waterloo, Belgium.
"If coming to Belgium and the Brussels area, if you are looking for a school that is warm and caring, also one that uses the Primary Years Program that teaches more than just facts but also how to be thinkers, caring, knowledgeable, open-minded, a risk-taker, principled and many great qualities, I would highly recommend St. John's. Your child will thrive,"
said another parent with children at St. John's International School in Waterloo.
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