Educated as an Individual to act in the community
The European Schools were set up primarily to provide education for children of employees of EU Institutions. Schooling is from pre-school to Baccalaureate level and children learn in their native language.
The European School Karlsruhe, as a controlled public institution, aims to provide students with values such as openness, tolerance and democracy.
The aim is for students to achieve an internationally recognised qualification, the Baccalaureate. Each European School has the same status as other schools of the country.The European School Karlsruhe was founded in 1962 for the benefit of children of members of the European Commission personnel, Joint Research Centre – ITU (Institute for Transuranium) Approximately 950 students attend the European School Karlsruhe. (http://itu.jrc.ec.europa.eu/)However, since that date, our school has also welcomed children from many other European or overseas families who live and work in the area.However, since that date, our school has also welcomed children from many other European or overseas families who live and work in the area.Classes take place in the mother tongue -in three language sections- Kindergarten to Baccalaureate.