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EIM is delighted to announce that from our first cohort of students to take the International Baccalaureate exams, 4 out of 5 students successfully passed.
Our wholehearted congratulations go to our students, who studied so hard!


L'EIM a le plaisir d'annoncer que pour sa première promotion d'élèves qui ont présenté les examens pour l'obtention du Diplôme du Baccalauréat International, 4 élèves sur 5 ont obtenu leur diplôme.
Toutes nos félicitations aux élèves qui ont tant étudié!



CAS is a unique opportunity for students to participate in three major projects led by the CAS superviser:

Creativity: arts, and other activities involving creative thinking.

  • Exhibition, show, video

Activity: physical activities to help maintain a healthy lifestyle and completing school work done in other disciplines of the Diploma Programme

  • Sports tournaments with other IB schools or championships
  • 20 km around Brussels to raise funds
  • Music lessons

Service: voluntary and unpaid work, focusing on exchanging with others. This will also provide the students with educational benefits and advantages.

  • Activities in homes for the elderly, educational support for hospitalised children, helping out in after school homework programmes for disadvantaged students…

Students must give approximately 3 hours per week to the CAS.

The goals of this programme are numerous:

  • To promote leadership skills
  • To be able to take decisions
  • To develop thinking and reflective skills
  • To be able to accept new challenges
  • To be able to provide advice and take action when necessary
  • To belong to a community and participate in group projects
  • To invest in local or national projects and adopt a global vision, "Think globally, act locally"

Examples of CAS projects :

  • Collecting nappies for refugees
  • Humanitarian trip to Moldova - an organisation that takes care of disadvantaged children Fundraising activities for the school trip:
  • Crepe sales at schools
  • Selling sandwiches at school
  • Oxfam lunch at school
  • Volunteering at a hospital
  • Writing a song
  • Taking dance classes
  • Volunteering at a refugee camp
  • Obtaining a boat licence

This is an appreciation of the investment made during the year.

The learner will be monitored by the CAS superviser to review the progress and progress of the activities.
Each student will regularly provide a write-up specifying and reviewing the objectives and the activities chosen to be carried out.

The hours spent on each project will be recorded and an account of each day devoted to the CAS will be provided.

Download the "Presentation of the CAS project"

CAS 2016 project

We worked with an NGO in Moldova. The students brought school supplies, toys, clothes and books for the children.

Trip to Moldova from 2 to 9 April 2016

All students were staying with a host family

Daily schedule

7:30 am: Appointment at the headquarters of the NGO: Breakfast - day planning

8:30 am to 11 am

The NGO wants to restructure a cheese factory to develop the village economy and create jobs. Unfortunately when it rains, the unevenness of the terrain makes the factory inaccessible. Our students have flattened the ground at the entrance in order to put gravel and avoid flooding.

12 pm to 2 pm: Activity with children from the village school: Games - building wooden houses for birds - river cleaning

2:30 pm to 3:30 pm: Meal

3:30 pm to 6 pm:

Various activities:

  • Marauding: food distribution to elderly and isolated
  • Visit the Saharna monastery and a village near Transnistria
  • Visit vineyards: Local production of wine by the NGO
  • Preparation of materials for building bird houses

6 pm to 8 pm: Free time and cold shower

Here are some pictures of the trip:


Close to the Montgomery roundabout, in front of the ICHEC

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