Bogaerts International School is committed to developing students who are internationally minded, independent, and enthusiastic about life and learning. Our school strives for excellence in a happy, caring community founded on integrity and respect.


Bogaerts International School situated in the stunning Domaine d’Argenteuil in Waterloo, Belgium offers an international education and is open to both local and expatriate families. Instructing in English with a strong focus on the French language, our students follow the Cambridge and International Baccalaureate programmes. The school delivers high quality global education inspiring strong academic and social development.

The School stems from the Jury Bogaerts, founded in 1970 by Rodolphe Bogaerts.

Our goal

  • A solid foundation of general learning tailored to the needs of the individual
  • We offer an international education with an optional bilingual programme
  • 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 students follow the Cambridge Primary Programme and the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme
  • Our students have the option to board in the most prestigious international boarding school in Belgium
  • Our aim is to cultivate relationships to build strong professional and social networks for the future


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Wednesday 25/11: Main course: Fish cakes thai style, noodle salad & soya mayonnaise. Choice: Tortellini with mushrooms, spinach & creamy sauce. Allèrgenes: Gluten, Lactose, Egg.
Thursday 26/11: Main course: Nasi Goreng with chicken & shrimps. Choice: Chick pea burgers with spinach salad & mint youghurt. Allèrgenes: Lactose.
Friday 27/11: Main course: Beef casserole with Dijon mustard, tomatoes & couscous. Choice: Tom Kha Gai with mushrooms, chili & noodle salad. Allèrgenes: Gluten, Lactose.

Curriculum approved by the Belgian State (Communauté Française)

Calendar 2015/2016