Arnhem International School
Groningensingel 1245, Arnhem, 6835 HZ, Netherlands
Tel: (+31) 26 320 0110
Fax: (+31) 26 320 0113
International, IB, US curricula.
120 students, 12-19 yrs.
Arnhem International School is situated between the two cities of
Arnhem and Nijmegen. It is easily accessible by road and public transport.
The secondary department is part of the larger Lorentz College, a
Dutch comprehensive school, and caters for pupils from 12-19 years
AIS Arnhem International School secondary department offers an
English language academic programme beginning with elements of the
International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme, which builds
up to the International General Certificate of Secondary Education.
The IB Diploma Programme is offered to students who have successfully
completed the IGCSE examinations or similar examinations elsewhere.
The curriculum allows for differentiation and although a working
knowledge of English is required for all subjects, support lessons
in English and Dutch are offered when possible. A wide range of
enrichment activities in discrete subjects and in special assignments,
together with a variety of extracurricular activities and special
projects, form an integral part of the school programme. Fieldwork,
European-wide visits, the Model United Nations, workshops, sports
and theatre visits are embedded in the system. The school in particularly
aware of the importance of internationalism and aims to promote
this by including Language and Cultural Awareness as part of the
The Arnhem International School values close contact with parents.
The International Parents' Council helps organize various activities
and takes part in discussions on curricular development. An active
Students' Council enriches the school's climate through discussion
The international character of the Arnhem International School
is further reflected in its faculty of native speakers of and teachers
from countries within and outside the EU. They have an excellent
command of English, a thorough knowledge of the programmes and a
deep understanding of the needs of internationally mobile children,
ensuring high academic standards and intensive pastoral care and