Mr Philipps on Winter days
Years of ISB
The Oldest International School in Belgium
Established in 1951 as a not-for-profit organisation, ISB is the oldest international school in Belgium. Turning 70 is an important milestone in the history of our school. Looking back over the past seven decades and listening to the many students, parents, and employees that came before us, it is clear this is a school that leaves a lasting impression. Inspiring teachers, a beautiful campus, the Chateau, the joy of making life-long friends from every corner of the globe, and pathways towards a successful future beyond ISB.
There is no doubt that this is a school that leaves a mark on each one of us. It is also a school that challenges students to find their passion, pushes them to be better, and make their own mark in the world.
Whether you are a student, parent, employee, member of our alumni community or friend of our school, we encourage you to take a moment to listen to these short stories of life and learning from years gone by.
Chickens on campus
The 10s Reunion
Class of 2015 Reunion
Class of 2010 Reunion
A short-cut for distance running
Class of 2016 Reunion
The 80s Reunion
The "new" MS blessed by a Buddhist
The 70s Reunion
The 00s Reunion
What I learned from ISB
The 50s & 60s Reunion
The 90s Reunion
Swimming with electrodes
Mrs Johnson taught us how to write
An iconic building at the heart of our campus.
The Château des Fougères, or the Château Bischoffsheim, was built in 1854 as a country home for Baron Jonathan Raphael Bischoffsheim and his family. The Baron was a wealthy economist and financier from Frankfurt, in Belgium to help in the establishment of the new country and played an important role in shaping the economic policies of the new nation.