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International schools in Boston are ideal for expat families as they offer curricula of foreign countries such as France, Germany and the UK. The language of instruction at these schools typically corresponds with its curriculum. In some cases, teaching is bilingual.
Expat children generally feel more at home in international schools among peers who can identify with relocating to a new country. Attending a school with the same curriculum as the family's country of origin can ease the transition and also make for a smooth transition back should the family return.
While Boston has just a few international schools, expat parents will find that the high quality makes up for the relatively small selection.
International schools in Boston
British International School of Boston
Curriculum: English National Curriculum, International Primary Curriculum, Cambridge IGCSE and International Baccalaureate
Ages: 1.5 to 18
Ecole Française Greater Boston
Ages: 21 months to 18 years
German International School of Boston
Ages: 3 to 18
International Schoool of Boston
Curriculum: French and International Baccalaureate
Ages: 3 to 18
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