Children and students qualify for the ISB if they are members of the international community who need to be educated in English to ensure continuity of education. The ISB is a member of the Dutch International Schools organisation.
According to Dutch law, access to a Dutch International School is open to:
- Children from another country who reside in the Netherlands for a temporary period while their parents are employed in the country.
- Dutch children who have been in international education while their parents had employment overseas.
- Dutch children who are planning to be educated overseas due to their parents’ employment outside of the Netherlands.
Dutch International Schools can also offer the IB Diploma Programme to regular Dutch students.
Dutch International Schools provide primary and secondary education for children of internationally-mobile parents of all nationalities. Dutch International Schools offer international education in an international environment, embedded in a Dutch context. The language of instruction is English.