We hope to see you at St. John's soon!

 

We appreciate your interest in our school and look forward to getting to know you and your child better. We know that you have many choices when looking for a school in the Brussels area and would be delighted to help you further explore what St. John's International School has to offer your family. 

Our Admissions team does a lot more than help you find the best school for your child(ren). They are a vital part of the relocation process and will help you every step of the way. St. John's has a very welcoming and engaged community that makes integration very easy and enjoyable for all new students and families. 

We invite you to make an appointment to visit us, speak to teachers, students and parents and to join our community. To make an appointment, please contact the admissions office via e-mail at admissions@stjohns.be. We look forward to meeting you!

MEET THE TEAM:
Romy and Caroline

Our Admissions officers are eager to meet you and show you around the school to get a first-hand look at the exciting learning activities happening in the classrooms at St. John's.

Romy Roodnat is Dutch and has been in Belgium for more than 20 years. She has two sons who graduated from St. John's. Caroline Tailor is British and has lived in Belgium for more than two decades and has a son and a daughter who graduated from St. John's. Both Romy and Caroline came to Belgium as expats and are very familiar with the logistics as well as the emotions that come with an international relocation.

Romy and Caroline have extensive experience in assisting families moving to Belgium and enjoy helping families, both in terms of finding a school as well as any relocation-related questions that you may be concerned about. 

 

 

 

What sets us apart from other schools in the area?

 

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Frequently asked Questions

 

HOW DO WE APPLY TO ST. JOHN’S? 
Please follow the link https://apply.stjohns.be

HOW DO WE MAKE AN APPOINTMENT TO VISIT THE SCHOOL? 
Please follow the link to make an appointment

HOW MUCH DOES IT COST? 
Please see the tuition fees at https://stjohns.be/admissions/fees/

DO YOU HAVE ANY SCHOLARSHIPS?
We do not offer scholarships.

HOW MANY STUDENTS IN A CLASS? 
This depends per grade, but on average 16 students per class.

MY CHILD DOES NOT SPEAK ENGLISH, WILL HE/SHE STILL BE ACCEPTED AT YOUR SCHOOL?  
We offer English as an Additional Language (EAL): The acquisition of English as an Additional Language is recognised as requiring special provision for some students whose first or current academic language is not English. Teaching staff determine the need for additional help in English language acquisition, and language support is provided as appropriate. The level of teaching is adjusted to each student’s needs, with a balanced emphasis on the language comprehension and production demanded by their classes. 

WHAT ARE THE AFTER SCHOOL ACTIVITIES?
We offer a large range of activities for all ages in the Fall, Winter and Spring, this includes a variety of competitive and non-competitive sports, music, drama, arts, cooking, chess, coding and much more.

FROM WHAT AGE CAN MY CHILD BOARD?

What age can my child board from? From the age of 11, but all boarding applications will be assessed and reviewed on an individual basis.

DO YOU HAVE A SCHOOL BUS? 
We have an efficient and extensive school bus system which services a wide area around Waterloo, including the centre of Brussels and surrounding cities, plus the towns in the larger Waterloo region. The service includes pick-up from your front door wherever possible. Our High School students serve as bus monitors to ensure the rules are followed by all students on the bus and to help younger students when needed. Our bus coordinator can provide you with approximate pick-up and drop-off times.

 

 

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