24 Mar 2009


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Today I show you why Waterloo has such a big English speaking community. It is because of the
St. John’s school which was opened in Waterloo in September 1969 with 420 students and 30 teachers. Between 1971 and 1973, the facilities were extended to include a High School. In 1979, St. John’s introduced the International Baccalaureate (IB) and was one of the early adopters of this curriculum. In 1986, the school restructured itself by creating a separate Middle School along with the Elementary and High Schools, an educational structure which has remained with us until today. (more to read here)




The poor people living in this house ! with all the noice a school creates !



We also have a lot of Scandinavian residents in Waterloo. For the same reason : A school


this is the way which leads to the Scandinavian School of Brussels, which is located


in this wonderful castle in Waterloo.


Hootin' Anni said...

school......in a castle. Well, I'll be darned. What a glorious educational facility. Wow.

Melli said...

Oh, if I were there I would rather attend the Scandinavian school than the English school! How COOL!

Dr.John said...

So what language is used at the Scandinavian school?

Jientje said...

I'm with Melli on this, the Scandinavian School looks a lot more attractive!
Hey Gattina, I started a new blog, I'm not sure if you have noticed yet? It's here:

Vlado&Toni said...

wow! what a school. i think i prefer to study there than to work ;) otherwise it's just like serving the royals :) way a lot of royals..