The International School of Differdange has already welcomed over 160 students of 32 different nationalities.
The International School of Differdange received approval on Tuesday to prepare its pupils to pass the European baccalaureate for a three-year term, taking effect retroactively from 1 September 2016.
This is good news for the school, which opened on 12 September of last year and has already welcomed over 160 students of 32 different nationalities.
The accreditation and collaboration agreement, which was signed on 16 May by Claude Meisch, minister of education, and Giancarlo Marcheggiano, secretary-general of the European schools office, needs to be renewed for successive terms every three years.
The International School of Differdange is a public school based on the European school curriculum, offering English and French streams at primary and secondary levels. The campus, expected to open fully in 2020, will have a 1,400-student capacity.