The European School, Mol was the third of the thirteen European Schools to be established, and is one of five such schools in Belgium. Founded in 1960, it is located in Mol, in the province of Antwerp.
|European School, Mol|
|Operated by||The European Schools|
|Director||María José Pérez Blanco|
|Student Union/Association||The Pupils' Committee|
|Sister Schools||12 European Schools|
The school was primarily established to provide an education to the children of staff posted to nearby domestic, and European atomic research projects and facilities; the Belgian governments' nuclear research centre, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development's Eurochemic nuclear fuel reprocessing plant (now defunct), and the European Atomic Energy Community's Central Bureau for Nuclear Measurements (now under the auspices of the European Commission as the Institute for Reference Materials and Measurements).
However, the school has also welcomed children from other European or overseas families who live and work in the area. Buses bring pupils from as far as Antwerp and Eindhoven, with nearby facilities to accommodate boarders during the school week.
- Board of Governors of the European Schools. "Facts and figures on the beginning of the 2018-2019 school year in the European Schools" (PDF). eursc.eu. Office of the Secretary-General of the European Schools. p. 7. Retrieved 8 February 2019.
- European Schools (2013). European Schools, 1953-2013 (PDF). Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union. pp. 10–11. doi:10.2842/11549. ISBN 978-92-9188-143-7.