Over 1,600 EB alumni have gone on to lead interesting and enriching lives. EB students leave the school as truly global-minded graduates, able to be at home anywhere in the world. Whether they have stayed close to the Bay or have made new homes overseas, EB students are open-minded, curious, and interested in a myriad of subjects.
—Pia Hauch, Class of 2003
"EB helps kids think differently—you’re taught very early on to be open, accepting and curious of new cultures and experiences, something that I think is very important in today’s world."
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COUNTRIES LIVED IN BY EB ALUMNI
STUDENTS WHO GET 1ST CHOICE FOR HIGH SCHOOL
TOTAL EB ALUMNI GLOBALLY: 1977 - 2022
EB Alumni Spotlight Award
EB seeks to recognize and honor alumni who have distinguished themselves through significant contributions in their work and life, and who have positively impacted their communities through professional, public service and/or civic activities.
The vast majority of the students (95% on average) applying to private high schools get their top choice. EB students are highly sought-after by these top private schools for their unique qualities. They are described by high school admissions directors as open and globally-minded, culturally fluent, flexible and adaptable, articulate and possessing extraordinary communications skills thanks to their mastery of different languages.
At EB, a dedicated High School Placement Counselor supports families and students in applying to the high schools that best fit them. Discover where our graduates matriculate to high school and college.
Whether you’d like to reconnect with former classmates and teachers during an upcoming alumni reunion, give back to your school, join the alumni committee or come back to Ecole Bilingue, EB alumni are always welcome. Contact us at email@example.com.
Ecole Bilingue de Berkeley does not exclude from participation in, deny the benefits of, or subject any individual to discrimination on the basis of race, nationality, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, or religion. This policy applies to all programs, services, and facilities, including applications, admissions, and employment.