European School The Hague (ESH)
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The Hague, The Netherlands 

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4.2 from 5 reviews
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4 to 18 English
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The European School in The Hague (ESH) was primarily founded to meet the educational needs of children of employees of Eurojust, Europol, EPO and ESA-ESTECA. Limited places are also available for pupils who qualify for an international education according to the Dutch regulations. ESH is an officially Accredited European School providing an education to more than 1100 pupils from the Early Years to the Secondary school (Year 6) with an education that can take them further to higher education anywhere in Europe or beyond.

From the moment of enrolment at European School in The Hague, we take care to ensure that all children are placed in the most suitable language section for their situation. Besides this we offer mother tongue classes for certain languages and can offer dedicated learning and language support if needed.





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Arnaud De Smet, 2 years ago

Amazing school


T Nakamura, a year ago



Gloria Maria Sanchez Gonzalez, 3 years ago


Esther van Rijswijk, 2 years ago

They serve lunch for only 5 Euro I've heard...really like 2go


Max Balshoi, a year ago

Beware that it is not a real European School. In fact it is more like a Dutch School which managed to get some financing by the Dutch state and the international organizations by trying to appear as European: what I mean: Teachers are mostly with Dutch passport and selected by the School management so they are not assigned according to European criteria. School holidays are exactly like Dutch school holidays, not even a week of difference, so prepare yourself to pay expensive tickets when you then fly home in Europe and face long queues if you travel by car. If your child is sick they ask you several proofs, worst than your employer! Heard also stories of children who were not allowed to go to the toilet during lesson.

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