Moscow schools: a guide for expatriates (part 2)

In the second part on an article covering the choice of schools in Moscow, Intermark Relocation now looks at the national schools in Moscow, with expatriates’ children in mind. This guides lists the largest national schools in Moscow. If you do not find the school you are looking for, please check with your Intermark Relocation consultant.

In the second part on an article covering the choice of schools in Moscow, Intermark Relocation now looks at the national schools in Moscow, with expatriates’ children in mind. This guides lists the largest national schools in Moscow. If you do not find the school you are looking for, please check with your Intermark Relocation consultant.   National Schools There are many national schools in Moscow, most of which are run by embassies. Whilst some national schools in Moscow offer a full educational programme for children of all ages, others offer native language studies and selected subjects on Saturdays or evenings and can be an addition to international programme. This guides lists the largest national schools in Moscow, and gives a bit of information about each.Alexandre Dumas Lycée français de MoscouThis French school in Central Moscow is made up of two parts; the Primary school is located in the Zamoskvorechie area, whilst the Secondary school is in the Chistye Prudy area.Deutsche Schule MoskauBased in the South of Moscow, in the Leninsky prospect area, this German-speaking school at the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in Moscow is acknowledged by the Conference of the Ministers of Culture and Education. Japanese School in MoscowAlso located in the South of Moscow, Leninsky prospect area, this school offers education in Japanese for children from grades one to nine. Scuola Italiana Costanza Vincipresso L’Ambasciata D’Italia a MoscaThis Italian school offers a kindergarten, an Elementary school for grades one to five, and a Middle school for grades six to eight. The curriculum is entirely in Italian, and is approved by the Italian government. The school is located in the South of Moscow, in the Leninsky prospect area. Moskovan Suomalainen koulu Located in the Leninsky prospect area in the South of Moscow, this Finnish-speaking school offers the Finnish education programme for children from the age of six, and up to grade nine. The Swedish School in MoscowThis private Swedish school offers the Swedish education programme for grades one to 12, with admissions from the aged of two. The school offers education in Swedish, with English and Russian taught as foreign languages. The school is located in the Leninsky prospect area, South of Moscow. Polish School Located in Central Moscow, Tverskaya area, this school provides a Polish education, with admissions from the age of six. Since 2011, the school only has classes on Saturdays.Indian International SchoolThis private school is located at the Indian embassy and teaches the Indian National Cirriculum to children from the age of five. The school is co-educational, and located in the Krasnopresnenskaya area in Central Moscow.Bulgarian School Located at the embassy of Bulgaria, on Mosfilmovskaya Street in the West of Moscow, this school teaches a Bulgarian education, with an emphasis on Bulgarian language studies, literature and history. The oldest of all the Bulgarian schools outside of Bulgaria, the school is now over 40 years old. Hungarian School Located in the Arbat area in central Moscow, this Hungarian school offers a private education in Hungarian for grades one to eight.Iranian School This private school offers an education in Persian for grades one to nine. It is located by the embassy of Iran, in the Leninsky prospect area in the South of Moscow.Indonesian School of MoscowLocated in on Novokuznetskaya street in central Moscow, this private school offers an education in Indonesian for grades one to ten.Click here for part one of this article.For more information about Intermark Relocation and its services, go to www.intermarkrelocation.ru.