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best schools in Luxembourg

A snapshot overview of schools in Luxembourg that are considered (although not necessarily chosen) by English-speaking expats.

If there is no ribbon, pending or otherwise, it means we are aware of the school but have elected not to review it at this time. This could be for a number of reasons, but we continually update information and add or remove reviews as deemed appropriate.

Schools selected for full GSGI review are noted with  next to their names. "Pending" means that we are planning to review that school.

By full GSGI review, we mean the school write-ups that are completely selected, researched, visited and written by our own editors. Our final write-ups take the good with the bad, warts and all, but we look for a preponderance of good before we drill down for in-depth details descend on the school for an exhaustive visit.


International School of Luxembourg  (pending)

School developed curriculum/ IGCSE/ IB Diploma; ages 3-18; co-ed; day; independent; private non-profit; 1,300 students

Founded in 1963, to provide an American education for the children of locally based global company executives. Now offering an English education to students from nearly 50 different nationalities, with a comprehensive EAL programme. Divided into a (new) Lower and Upper School on Campus Geesseknapchen (home to several educational establishments). Accredited by the Council of International Schoools (CIS) and the Middle States Association of Schools and Colleges (MSA).

St George's International School, Luxembourg  (pending)

Adapted National Curriculum for England/ IGCSE/ A-Level; ages 3-18; co-ed; day; independent; private non-profit; 820 students

Located in Hamm, close to the city centre, the school teaches an all-English curriculum to students from over 50 nationalities. Consistently achieving exam scores above the average for independent UK schools, although the number of A* at A-Level was slightly lower recently. One of only three schools worldwide to have passed the COBIS Patron's Accreditation and Compliance Survey. Regularly inspected by the Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI), always passing with flying colours.


The schools below have been brought to our attention but until we have more reports from parents, we are unable to consider reviewing them.

 


European School in Luxembourg

School developed curriculum European curriculum/ European Bac; ages 4-18; co-ed; day; state; 2,750 students

One of thirteen European schools, it is located on two all-through campuses in different areas of Luxembourg. The allocation of campus on enrolment is automatic, dependent on the the child's mother tongue. Jointly authorised by the Luxembourg national government and the European Union. The same curriculum throughout on both campuses, but classes taught in the students' mother tongue.

Lycée Vauban

French curriculum/ Bac/ Brevet; ages 3-18; co-ed; day; independent; private non-profit; 2,400 students

Result of a merger between the French School of Luxembourg and the Lycée Vauban. Opened in 2017 on a brand-new campus in the Gasperich district to the south of Luxembourg. Providing an all-French education to students from close on 40 different nationalities. Recently Bac results were an improvement on the previous year, with approximately one third scoring a 'tres bien'.

Maria Montessori School

Montessori; ages 3-12; co-ed; day; independent; private non-profit; 100 students

Bilingual (French/German) nursery and primary school in Strassen (close to the capital). Made up of four classes with an average of 25 pupils. There is a restaurant, gym, music room and pupils' kitchen, all set in a villa surrounded by a playground and well-kept gardens.

Waldorf School of Luxembourg

Waldorf curriculum/ National Curriculum for England/ IB Diploma; ages 4-18; co-ed; day; independent; private non-profit

Located in Limpertsberg and offering a multi-lingual education. Classes in pre-school, taught in Luxembourgish, followed by German in primary school with the early introduction of French and English, morphing into French in secondary school. One of four international schools in Luxembourg to provide the IB Diploma in French.

 

 

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