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Lycée Français Anne de Kiev (LFADK) is a French international school in Kiev, Ukraine. It was established in 1994 as the Petite école Anne de Kiev. In 2005 it was renamed to the Collége Anne de Kiev since it gained collége (junior high school) classes. In 2010 the name changed to its current one as it gained lycée (sixth form/senior high school) classes.

21, Tchapaeva Street, 01030 Kiev, Ukraine
Telefon/Fax : +380 44 200 19 93 ; +380 44 468 30 60

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German School Kiev offers complete primary and secondary education as per the German curricula, taught by qualified German teachers. Additional lessons in Ukrainian language from the Ukrainian curriculum are available for local children. The school is open for children from the international community as well as local children who want to encompass German as the primary language of instruction. English language is being taught to a very high standard, Russian and Ukrainian lessons are available at native and non-native levels. Preparatory courses are available for children without sufficient knowledge of German. There is also a pre-school and a kindergarten. The school stands out by its unique child-centred pedagogics, and by realising the full German curriculum. It is recognized by German authorities and will provide leaving certificates that allow school leavers to continue their studies anywhere in Germany and most of Europe.

German School Kiev
vul. Novomostyts’ka 10, 04108 Kiev
Phone: +380 44 4620801; +380 44 4620887

German Kindergarden Kiew
vul. Yakira, 13,
Kiew 04119,Ukraine
Telefon: +380 44 3793217

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British international school based in Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine. British international school accept students aged 3-18 to be educated in accordance with either the British National Curriculum (resulting in IGCSE and A-level secondary education certificates and facilitating entry into British universities) or the International Baccalaureate Programme (a rigorous, widely recognized secondary education programme that is gaining worldwide popularity with every passing day). British international school an official examinations centre, approved by the University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate (UCLES) and the European Council of International Schools (ECIS).

The Pechersk Campus
1 Dragomirova Str.
Kyiv 01103, Ukraine
tel./fax: +38 (044) 596 18 28
The Nivki Secondary Campus

45 Tolbuhina Str.
Kyiv 03190, Ukraine
tel.: +38 (044) 400 21 10
tel./fax: +38 (044) 400 20 77
Nivki Primary campus

Scherbakova str. 36a
Kyiv 03190, Ukraine
tel.: +38 (044) 239 21 21
tel./fax: +38 (044) 239 12 42

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3A Svyatoshinsky Provuluk
Kyiv, Ukraine 03115
+380-44-452-2792 /3

Kyiv International School is a private international school located in Kyiv, Ukraine. It was founded in 1992, and is part of the Quality Schools International group, as well as a member of CEESA, Central and Eastern European Schools Association. The school offers N-12 education in the English language, including a full International Baccalaureate program and also Advanced Placement courses. In June 2000, the school purchased and began renovation of a large facility on an expansive site near the Svyatoshyn metro in Kyiv.

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7A Victora Zabily
Kyiv, Ukraine 03039
+380 44 377 5292

PSI is the only school in Ukraine to offer four international assessment programmes. Each year, PSI students sit ‘best practice’ assessments and examinations alongside international school students in over 100 countries. Students in Grades 3 – 8 engage in MAP (Measure of Academic Progress) and ISA (International School Assessments) assessments. Grade 11 students sit the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test (Grade 11), an important part of their college application process. Finally, Grade 12 students sit the IB Diploma examinations. Results are used to check students’ achievement at a grade level and also to measure their learning growth rate. Over time and multiple assessments, the results are plotted and can be evaluated on a ‘development continuum’. Data is also used by the School to review teaching and learning programmes and to modify the curriculum to meet the needs of individual students, a class or grade level accordingly.

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