Every parent wants their child to attend an international school. There are many arguments to justify this idea. The main reason is that such a school uses the International Baccalaureate (IB) education system.

Here are some aspects to examine when considering why international schools are preferred over other public and private institutions.

Student competition today is very tight. Students look very innovative, both in academics and athletics. The latest generation has a very high learning and understanding ability. Sometimes students can think more creatively than teachers. One can also browse the internet to find the top international schools in Amsterdam.

It is increasingly difficult for teachers to steer the younger generation in the right direction, even though the number of students in international schools is quite small and limited. This allows teachers to spend more time with underperforming students.

In both public and private schools, students are only taught what is in the curriculum. They are quite often deprived of the freedom to pursue their aspirations. This causes students to believe that their only responsibility is to get a degree. It is important to remember that education is more than just a school completion certificate.

There's more to it than that. Students at international schools are free to be themselves. Teachers are careful not to overburden students, but also to provide a reasonable amount of work that becomes a self-study activity. You are encouraged to think outside the box and come up with innovative ideas.