Gloria has been working as Head of Admissions at BIS for the past 6 years.
She will share with you all the insights from the perspective of a parent because her two boys are studying at BIS, and most importantly, she can also guide you through the admissions process, help you understand our IB philosophy, and in addition, she can connect you to one of our Parent Ambassadors who will also share their experience at BIS, contact us if you wish to learn more about our vibrant school.
You can either visit us during one of our Open Days or arrange a campus tour and meet with one of our admissions team. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.Email us !
To request a place for your child at Bogaerts International School, fill out the application form. This will ensure that your child is added to the waiting list for the next available place.Apply Online
We require two full years of school transcripts or reports, which are assessed by our admissions team. Once approved, your child will be invited for a trial day.
After the trial day, the admissions team will contact you by email within one week to confirm the grade placement
After confirming, the parents receive an overview of payments and access details to the school email and learning platforms.Apply
What does this mean for your child? If you place your child, age 3 to 11, with our Primary Years Programme, then you are providing your child with an education in the most recognized international curriculum in the world.
Bogaerts International School is proud to offer the IB Middle Years Programme. This programme, aligned with our PYP and DP offerings, provides our students with an education aligned with the most recognized international curriculum in the world.
The IB Diploma Programme (DP) is an academically challenging and balanced programme of education with final examinations that prepare students for success at university and life beyond. The programme has gained recognition and respect from the world’s leading universities as it prepares students for effective participation in a rapidly evolving and increasingly global society.
*Students arriving from a country with a school year start other than September will need to continue in the equivalent grade to the one they were studying in their home country. Students can in no circumstances be admitted to a higher grade without having fully completed the requirements of instruction of the year in their home country.
(Example: Student joining in September and currently in grade 3 in India, will join BIS in PYP 2)