Forest International School Paris

November 5, 2018 | France, Paris, Paris education, Schools Paris

Forest International School Paris is a private, bilingual and English speaking school in Paris west, a few minutes from Saint-Germain-Laye with a very welcoming community of expatriate and French families. They provide child-led and project based education inspired by Montessori schools and Waldorf-Steiner schools in a multicultural environment. The school follows a mix of the English National Curriculum and an international curriculum designed according to the latest neuroscientific research. They accept students from Early Years (2 years old) to Middle School (up to 15 years old).

The school takes its main inspiration from Sir Ken Robinson and Howard Gardner.

Fees

Tuition fees range from 17,490 to 26,860 euros annually. To see extra services and a breakdown of school fees for the 2021-22 academic year click here.

Admissions

Forest International School Paris asks prospective parents contact the school to arrange a personal visit and get to the know the premises better. The school has a 5-step admissions proccess which can be viewed here.

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Lorna Bode

Contact Details:

28 tour d’échelle du mur, 78750 Mareil-Marly / +33 1 39 16 87 35 / infos@forest-international-school.comhttps://forestinternationalschool.com

One response to “Forest International School Paris”

  1. MumAbroad says:

    I chose this school because our children had already been living and were educated in Spain so had a number of foreign languages already. I wanted them to have the opportunity to be taught in small groups in English. The school follows the International Primary Curriculum and teachers are able to teach in a very creative and interactive way. It is in a villa on the edge of the forest so the children work and play outside a lot. It is a school which has a real family atmosphere, which is great for children who have experienced change. I am happy with my choice but there is no secondary option for the children. So eventually if we stay the children will go to French school with an integration programme. (LB)

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