American School of The Hague (ASH)
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The Hague, The Netherlands 

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3.8 from 5 reviews
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American School of The Hague (ASH) is fully accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) and offers both the Advanced Placement (AP) and International Baccalaureate(IB) programs. Our school is a truly diverse and international learning environment with over 1,200 students aged 3 - 18, from nearly 80 different nationalities, including 28% American and 14% Dutch. From our campuses in Wassenaar, a family friendly community between The Hague and Leiden, American School of The Hague is the area’s flagship school for a learner-centered, American curriculum modified for the needs of the school's international student and parent population. As an inclusive school, ASH offers enrichment and learning support programs for students with learning differences, as well as a special education program for students with special needs. Learn more about the #ASHexperience on our website.





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Stephen Collins, a month ago

I went to ASH when it was still in The Hague from 9th - 12th grade and graduated in 1977!!! I truly believe my education at ASH is responsible for my success in many fond memories!!!


Ismail B, a year ago

Taken 3 AP exams in 2018 there. Very organized and the teachers were very friendly. Because I arrived very early, one teacher showed me around the school and it looked very nice. If you are taking the AP's or some other exam, just make sure you arrive on time since you might get lost on your way.


Lily Flower, a year ago

I love this school it helps people belong


S Bonnett, 7 months ago

I went to this school from 4th-6th grade. I thought it was quite alright, I struggled with ADHD and social anxiety, (Which made it incredibly difficult for me to talk to other people sometimes, even my closest friends) But with 2 years of Occupational therapy from this school I have improved so much! Students at this school are taught dutch in elementary school, which is something most schools don't do! I was able to study both dutch and spanish while going to this school. Students also have a block schedule that includes: Math, Language Arts, Science, Social Studies, P.E, and some electives like Music and Art. Any student who takes part in music can either play an instrument (I played the Cello) Or sing take part in choir (I did this as well for a few years) The school also has electives like: Art, Home Economics,Informational Technology, etc.


Zazareen ., 10 months ago

If there was an option to give this school zero stars, I would. One of the worst educational institutions I've ever attended. From the mediocre staff to crippling education programs. Teachers and staff aren't here to help students excel. Multiple teachers favour students, if you happen to be one to the unlucky ones who are disliked, teachers will go out of their way to make that evident. Didn't not receive any beneficial help towards my further education. This institution is only obsessed with their image and not the well being of their students. Would strongly advise against. Send your children to the British School in the Netherlands instead.

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