There is a number of international schools in Moscow. Below we offer you a list of the selected schools that you may want to connect.

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(ISM) The International School of Moscow
The International School of Moscow (ISM) offers a contemporary English international education to students aged from 2 to 18, from Early Years through to Sixth Form. The School has a student body of over 1000 and boasts more than 60 nationalities. 
The programme is based on the English National Curriculum (ENC), which offers the highly respected GCSE and A Level qualifications for older students. 
The school is a member of Nord Anglia Education, a growing network of 66 schools established across the globe. 

The Anglo-American School of Moscow
The Anglo-American School of Moscow, founded in 1949, is an independent, coeducational day school in northwest Moscow that offers an international educational program from Pre-Kindergarten (4-year-olds) through Grade 12. The school is chartered by the American, British, and Canadian Embassies in Moscow through the aegis of a School Board.  

The British International School, Moscow

  • British style education (ages 3 to 18) in all subjects in small-sized classes
  • Several different campuses across the city
  • Intensive English programme
  • Accredited with Cambridge International Examinations, Edexcel   (London Examination Centre) and the International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO)
  • IGCSE examinations, IB Diploma Programme and UK pre-university   A-Level qualifications
  • A member of CIS, ECIS, inspected by Cambridge Education Ltd.


Alexandre Dumas French School in Moscow
Lycée Alexandre Dumas in Moscow is a school that welcomes students of every nationality. Under the aegis of the Agency for French Education abroad AEFE, Alexandre Dumas offers its pupils schooling that adheres to and follows the French national curriculum.

German school 
The German school named after F. Haas created by the German Embassy in Moscow. It is focused primarily on the German children who, for whatever reasons, are temporarily on the territory of the Russian Federation with their parents. The curriculum of this school is made in accordance with the educational standards in Germany that allows children to continue their education without any problems. Although there are children of other nationalities in the school.

Bulgarian School
The Bulgarian School at the Embassy of the Republic of Bulgaria in Russia is the oldest school founded at a Bulgarian diplomatic mission. The lessons for each form (from 1st to 12th) and for the preparatory group of 5 and 6 year old children are given once weekly after adapted study programmes of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Bulgaria. 

Indian School at the Embassy of India in Moscow 
Established in the year 1987, today the school has a strength of a little over 350 students with classes I to XII and has Science and Commerce streams. The school is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (C.B.S.E), New Delhi and follows the curriculum framed by NCERT, New Delhi, India.

Finnish school 
A private school supported by the Finnish Association of public Universities. The students of the school are children of businessmen and ambassadors of Finland. The classes are given in Finnish by the experienced teachers.

Indonesian School  
As one of 14 (fourteen) Indonesian schools that exist overseas today, SIM learn the curriculum as well as schools in Indonesia. Of course, with the enactment of the Education Unit Level Curriculum (SBC) and School-Based Management (MBS), Indonesian School of Moscow has its own characteristics and his qualities.

Iranian School
At the Embassy of Iran. For pupils from 1st to 9th grades. Classes in Persian language.
Address: Moscow, Novatorov str. 11/4
Telephone number:  +7 (495) 936-23-67

Italian school "Italo Calvino"
The Italian school "Italo Calvino" was opened in 1973 and is the only certified Italian school in Russia and one of the leading private schools in Moscow. Educational programs meet standards adopted by the Ministry of education in Italy and are expanded to meet the needs of the students.

Korean school
Korean school number 800 is a school of the Embassy of Korea.  The classes are given mostly in Korean, but also in English and Russian.  The diploma of the school is an equivalent of a diploma in Korean schools.
Address: Tolbuhina str. 8 bld 3
Telephone: +7 (495) 446-50-00, +7 (495) 446-42-23, +7 (495) 448-55-44

Polish school 
The school was founded in the 1960s. In addition to the main Polish language, students study English and Russian languages. The school also has students from Russia and other countries accredited in Moscow.
Address: Bolshoi Tishinsky lane, bld 1
Telephone: +7 (495) 231 1701

Swedish school
The Swedish school in Moscow accepts children from 2 to 16 years old, having any connection with Scandinavian countries. It is located in a green area of Moscow, near Leninsky prosp.
Address: Leninski prosp., 78A
Telephone: +7 (495) 980 50 49, +7 (495) 980 50 48

Japanese school
School for children of employees of the Embassy of Japan (1-9 grade). 
Address: Leninsky prosp., 78.
Telephone: +7 (495) 131-87-33

Arab school at the Embassy of Iraq (Iraqi school)
The first Arabic school in Russia for children who speak Arabic.  It offers training in Arabic from 1st to 12th grade. 
Address: Volkhonka str., D. 6/5
Telephone: +7 (903) 175-4896


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