In 1992, several Christian mission organizations saw the need for a school in Central Europe to serve missionary families in the region. On September 19, 1994, ICSB opened its doors for the first time, with 56 students in grades 1 through 12, and 21 faculty and staff members. In 1998, ICSB received full accreditation from the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) and Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools (MSA), which it still maintains. Over the past decade, ICSB has grown to over approximately 200 students in grades Pre 1-12, with over 50 faculty and staff members. We have a 4-story building and our facilities include a gymnasium, science labs, a library, and two modern computer labs.
The International Christian School of Budapest (ICSB) exists to serve families by providing their children with an excellent, biblically-based, college-preparatory education, in an environment that encourages them to become wholehearted followers of Christ.
Any understanding of ICSB must take into consideration its commitment to certain core values, which include:
Appreciation of God’s creativity as demonstrated through the cultures of an international student body
Commitment to serve the missionary community
Developement of our staff as mentors and models of godly character
The salvation and discipleship of each student, toward the development of a Christian world view
The participation of parents in training children.
The preparation of students for higher education in North America
Maintaining North American school accreditation
The pursuit of excellence to the glory of God
International Christian School of Budapest - What We Do
We seek to provide:
Missionary families who are serving in Central Europe, and specifically the Budapest area, educational needs of their children.
We want to provide them a place where they are safe, nurtured, loved, given a sense of belonging, and discipled.
Help them obtain a Biblical worldview and equip them to be lifelong learners.
Help them to succeed in colleges and universities in North America.
Help students develop a dynamic personal relationship with God, to serving Him wholeheartedly in whatever way He calls them.
Help our students appreciate different cultures and peoples, and have a heart for people of all nations.