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Our History

English International School Moscow is a selective British international school in Moscow, Russia. It was founded in 2006 by the Orbital Education team led by Kevin McNeany, who previously founded Nord Anglia group. The founding headmaster was Mr. Trevor Wilson.

The first campus is located in Novogireyevo District in the East of Moscow. Pupils aged 3–18 follow a modified version of the English National Curriculum which leads to the International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE), followed by Advanced (A) Level (university entrance) examinations for 16 to 18 year old students. The school as an examination centre for Edexcel and Cambridge University. In addition it is a full member of the Council of International Schools (CIS).

The second EIS campus was opened in September 2012 in the West of Moscow at Molodogvardeyskaya metro station, near Kutuzovskiy Prospekt. Pupils, aged 3–11 years old, learn multiple subjects through the modified English National Curriculum.

The third campus was opened in September 2014 in the South-West part of Moscow at Prospekt Vernadskogo metro station near Leninsky Prospekt for pupils aged 3–16 years old.

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