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When we asked about the schools in Wassenaar, they said...

"The International School of The Hague (ISH) is one of the best international schools in Wassenaar. It is a non-profit, co-educational day school offering an international curriculum for students aged 3 to 18. The school is accredited by the Council of International Schools and the New England Association of Schools and Colleges. It offers a rigorous academic program, with a focus on developing critical thinking skills, problem solving, and creativity. The school also offers a wide range of extracurricular activities, including sports, music, and art. The British School in The Netherlands (BSN) is another excellent international school in Wassenaar. It is a co-educational day school offering an international curriculum for students aged 3 to 18. The school is accredited by the Council of International Schools and the British Schools Overseas. It offers a comprehensive academic program, with a focus on developing global citizenship and leadership skills. The school also offers a wide range of extracurricular activities, including sports, music, and art. The International School Wassenaar (ISW) is a bilingual school in Wassenaar, offering an international curriculum for students aged 3 to 18. The school is accredited by the Council of International Schools and the Dutch Ministry of Education. It offers a rigorous academic program, with a focus on developing critical thinking skills, problem solving, and creativity. The school also offers a wide range of extracurricular activities, including sports, music, and art," remarked one parent with kids at in Wassenaar.

"If you want the availability of both American and International studies (AP and IB) with an American spirit of community and lots of extra-curriculars, this is the school for you. While there are some weaker teachers, the overall product is good. Americans who are coming from a very competitive suburban school district might find ASH a bit less rigorous and families from other countries might find the school challenging in some areas. Lots of team projects and public speaking are expected - more "American" in flavor. Graduates get into fine universities world-wide. The kids all have great self-esteem," explained one expat living in Wassenaar, Netherlands.

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