Top International Schools in Tbilisi
13 July, 2018
Top International Schools in Tbilisi
If you have recently moved to Tbilisi with your family, and are looking for a prestigious school that teaches children in English, then this is the right article for you. Here the Georgian Journal sets out some of the most prestigious International Schools in Tbilisi.

QSI International School of Georgia

QSI International School of Georgia is located in the village of Zurgovani . It’s a private non-profit institution that opened in August of 1995. The school offers elementary and secondary school
education of high quality to international students. The facility offers an outstanding educational environment with a full size gymnasium, soccer field, baseball field, chemistry and biology labs, library and wireless internet throughout the school.
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QSI International School of Georgia, Photo courtesy: www.journeynorth.org

New School, International School of Georgia

New School, International School of Georgia is located at 35 Tskhneti Highway. It offers high quality education with a strong international focus. The school offers the International Baccalaureate with Primary, Middle and Diploma Programs. The School’s mission is to “build a diverse community of lifelong learners who are prepared to make a difference in an ever changing world.” The school is divided into two sections ,National where the teaching is conducted in Georgian and International where the teaching is conducted in English. The New International School is the right school for you, if you’re looking for an international atmosphere for your children with challenging and caring education.
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Graduation at New School, Photo courtesy: www.newschoolgeorgia.com

European School

The European School is located at Irine Skhritladze Street in Tbilisi. The European School offers education in both the Georgian and English language. It offers 3 different programs ,the Georgian national school, IB program and American High school program. If you’re interested in one of the three programs offered by European School then this is the right place for you.
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Students from European School, Photo courtesy: www.ibyb.org

Buckswood International School - Tbilisi

The Buckswood International School offers education in both English and Georgian. Located on the Tskhneti highway. They believe that “each child is a career of unique talent”. The main mission of Buckswood is to discover talent and provide a nurturing environment so that children engage themselves in social life as much, as possible.” Buckwood offers GCSE and A Level Programs. The campus also includes, a cricket pitch, basketball and football court with a lot of sport choices.
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Buckswood International School - Tbilisi, Photo courtesy: www.buckswood.ge

Author: Natia Tsurtsumia

The first photo courtesy: www.iamexpat.nl

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