About

Overview

Bogaerts International school is an exciting bilingual school situated in the stunning Domaine d’Argenteuil in Waterloo, Belgium. Instructing in English and in French, the school takes students from Primary to Secondary school.

Located on the same campus, the Scandinavian school of Brussels offers a Preschool service and the possibility to take the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme. Over three thousand schools around the world offer the internationally recognised IB diploma. The Scandinavian school of Brussels currently has a 97% success rate.

Bogaerts International school stems from the Brussels School, founded in 1970 by Rodolphe Bogaerts.


Our goal

  • Our goal is to deliver a global education, with a solid foundation of general knowledge.
  • Our school is completely bilingual, instructing in French and English.
  • Our school campus is on more than 10 hectares of parkland.
  • Our belief in promoting a healthy diet means we serve healthy food.
  • Our students wear a school uniform.
  • Our school provides an option to board in the most prestigious international boarding school in Belgium<./li>
  • Our students follow the Middle Years Programme*, an ideal preparation for the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme*.
  • Our aim is to cultivate relationships to build strong future professional and social networks.

Lunch

Monday Main course: Pasta served with a creamy tuna sauce & green peas. Choice: Fritata with ricotta, spinach & potato.
Tuesday Main course: ” Larb Gai ”, thai chicken with coriander & rice. Choice: Roasted sweet potato served with pesto & pumpkin seeds.
Wednesday Main course: Italian beef stew with tomato, sage & lemon, served with cous cous. Choice: Fried rice with chili soya.
Thursday Main course: Cod filet, served with egg sauce, chives & potato. Choice:”Falafel” served with roasted broccoli & beetroot youghurt.
Friday Main course: Chicken ”drumsticks” served with coleslaw, pumpkin and fried potatoes. Choice: Pumpkin soupe with mushroom flan.

Calendar 2014/2015