Founded in 1964 in Waterloo, Belgium, St. John's has long been a trusted part of the local community.

Students learning at our modern, purpose-built campus, benefit from a wide range of world-class facilities, including high specification visual and performing arts areas and extensive sports grounds designed to offer something for everyone.

Just 15 minutes south of Brussels, St. John’s International School is housed in modern buildings and located in a quiet, tree-lined, residential area of Waterloo. This is a very family focused area and many students live within walking distance of the school, or in the surrounding suburbs of Ohain and Lasne. The highway that passes Waterloo makes for easy access to destinations in all directions.


Our Campus in Waterloo

Situated in the cosmopolitan and friendly town of Waterloo, our primary school provides an ideal learning environment for children to thrive.

With spacious and bright classrooms, and modern, purpose-built facilities, our learners also benefit from Samsung smartboards, document cameras and smart screens in classrooms across the school and a suite of VR headsets.

Our extensive grounds cater for a variety of sports, and our visual and performing arts facilities are world-class. Our campus may be large, but we are a warm and welcoming community and our students quickly feel at home here.

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Sports Facilities

We have an array of impressive on-campus sports facilities which include:

2 Indoor sports arenas
Outdoor full-size Astro-turf football pitch
Baseball / Softball diamond
Climbing wall
2 multi-use grass areas
3 Tennis Courts

Swimming takes place at Waterloo swimming pool only a few minutes away, where students thoroughly enjoy having fun on the water slides at the end of their swimming lessons.

performing arts facilities

Performing Arts Facilities

Our facilities for Dance, Music, Theatre and Visual Arts are second to none. Students at St. John's benefit from a state of the art professional theatre, which is the largest in Brussels, seating an audience of 400. Pupils can participate in theatrical productions, artistic performances and musical concerts which take place regularly throughout the year, and whether they choose to be on stage or behind the scenes - the opportunities for learning are vast. The school’s Greene Gallery also hosts a wide range of exhibitions throughout the year, and cultural trips enrich our students’ varied programme. Our performances and exhibitions frequently attract an audience from our local community, because they are renowned for their excellence.

Security on Campus

The security of our community is extremely important to us and St. John’s has a closed campus with one main entrance on Drève Richelle and a pedestrian entrance on Champ du Roussart.

Students and staff wear identity badges at all times and upon registering at the reception, visitors are provided with a visitor’s badge to enable them to move around campus. We will question anyone on campus who is not clearly displaying a badge.

We manage the security of our school closely during peak times, events and other school activities with the help of security guards and dedicated staff members who control the flow of our community in and out of the campus. Visitors can ring reception from every entry point and reception can open the gate for expected visitors or those who have been granted access.

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Find out more about the modern, state-of-the-art facilities at our school campus in Brussels, and learn how your child could benefit from joining our warm and welcoming home from home community.