Webinar 'Studeren in Duitsland' op 5 juni: Kom in één uur meer te weten over studeren in Duitsland en ga in gesprek met ervaringsdeskundigen.
Located on the Oostduinlaan in the historic Aloysius building, ESH Secondary provides students with a vibrant, multicultural and multilingual environment in which to complete their Secondary education in preparation for university and beyond. After opening in 2014, ESH Secondary has seen rapid growth and now educates more than 500 students.
The school participated in its first European Baccalaureate in 2019 and 100% of students successfully graduated with their diplomas. The first graduates from the European School The Hague are now attending universities around the world, in locations such as: Canada, London, Edinburgh, Rotterdam, Leiden and Delft. Their success in the European Baccalaureate has allowed them to pursue degrees in a variety of fields including: Engineering, Law, Business, Fine Art, Psychology and Science.
The Aloysius school was declared a municipal monument in 2010. ESH moved to the premises in 2018, and has undertaken a significant renovation project to modernise the facilities, while maintaining the historical integrity of the building. The original architectural features include very high ceilings and rows of impressive stained-glass windows. The renovation project is still underway, and will deliver a new theatre, library, art, science and IT facilities, 27 new classrooms, and new kitchen and canteen facilities during school year 2020-2021. New sports facilities, additional classrooms and office space will be available when the renovations end in the school year 2021-2022.
Each Secondary class has a Mentor who is the first point of contact for students, parents and teachers. These experienced members of staff form a group of Mentors who are supported and led by a Cycle Leader. The Mentor lessons in each cycle focus on age-appropriate topics and themes in order to support our students socially, academically and emotionally. For all year groups Cycle Leaders work very closely with the Support Department to ensure our students receive the care they require and inform and enable the Mentors to carry out their duties and obligations for the benefit of our students.
A key feature of the education offered at ESH Secondary is the compulsory residential trips that form an integral part of the curriculum in each cycle, as well as a wide range of optional residential and day trips that
In order to further develop their skills and talents outside of regular lessons, our students are also encouraged to participate in our Extracurricular Activities programme, which offers a wide-range of opportunities from the sciences and technology to performance and publishing.
On 2 June, Italy celebrates the 74th Festa Della Repubblica. ESH wishes all Italians a happy national day!
The Hague International Centre is conducting research into how the international community has been impacted by the coronavirus.
In a new programme being launched next school year, S5 students will be given the opportunity to become Student Mentors for our new S1 students.
Het is Koningsdag en dat zijn wij aan het vieren! Maar de verjaardag van de Koning is dit jaar anders.
This week you all received a lot of significant news from the European Schools and the government that may have you feeling anxious or concerned. Mr Bisschop wants you to know that there is no need to feel concerned - everyone at ESH is here to support you. Watch his video message
Watch the video: Some had to overcome technical problems, for others things worked smoothly, but for everyone it was a very productive, interesting, educative experience.
The health and safety of our students and staff remains a top priority.