Premjer International School was founded in 2000. In 2001, 17 September, it received its first educational institution license and then in the same year it became entitled to acquire accreditation from Latvian Ministry of Education.
Premjers International School is an ideal educational institution for every student who wants to get primary education and high school education in abroad and their families. As Baltic Foreign Education, we support this foundation which is providing education for students of families who is living or will live in Latvia and who wants their children to get education in abroad in primary and high school level education and given service in Latvia.
Students will live a highly disciplined an international high school and primary school experience during their education and additionally, receiving a professional occupational education, they will have opportunity to start their occupational life earlier. All students are tested by the school psychologist and each student is individually adapted to education. Consequently, the tendencies and skills of students are defined and they are better prepared for their future life.
This education will give students, opportunities to get professional certificate during high school. This certificates are selected in order to ensure to start occupational life earlier as basics of environmental design, travel agent assistant manager, events and conferences organizer in hospitality business, bar waiter, webmaster and system administrator. In addition, 70 percent of teachers are in master and doctoral level.
Our students who will get high school or primary education in Latvia will have opportunity to learn Spanish, Italian and French languages as well as English. This language educations will be provided by native speakers. In addition, since our students will have opportunity to go to abroad, they will not have any problem to learn the language they desire.
In addition to all these, it is aimed to develop student’s creativity and communication skills providing too many social activities.