We are a diverse, supportive international community that encourages learning and growth.

Diversity, multiculturalism and inclusivity are deeply integrated into the foundation of our educational model and school community. They are at the heart of our mission and reflected in our daily interactions. Our International Baccalaureate curriculum is built on many perspectives that enable our students to understand and appreciate a variety of worldviews.

Our Students

EBI has two campuses with 381 students from Oakland, Berkeley, San Francisco, El Cerrito, Albany, Walnut Creek and the surrounding areas.

Students of Color: 55%
Students Enrolled: 368
Receive Tuition Support: 30%
“Our family chose EBI because we are committed to raising responsible citizens of the world.”

-David and Erica, EBI Parents

Our School

We are an independent PreK-8 school offering a multilingual, international education with two campuses located in the Rockridge neighborhood of Oakland and in Emeryville.

Faculty and Staff Members: 80
Teachers who are Native Speakers: 100%
Nationalities Represented: 20+

Our Families

The families at EBI form a strong and supportive community. Their commitment to each other and to the school is one of the unique qualities of attending EBI. Our families play an integral part in the school’s development as well as help the school meet its educational, socio-cultural and fundraising goals.

Our Graduates

We are so proud of our 2017-18 graduates and alumni. ALL of our 2017-18 graduates were accepted into their first choice of high school. Here’s is the list of schools where our graduates are attending.​​​​​​​

  • Alameda Community Learning Center (charter)
  • Athenian (independent) *
  • Bentley High School (independent)
  • Berkeley High School (public)
  • Bishop O’Dowd High School (parochial)
  • Castro Valley High School (public)
  • CPS — College Preparatory School (independent)
  • El Cerrito High School (public)
  • French-American International High School — SF (independent)​​​​​​​
  • Head Royce (independent) *
  • International High School — Oakland (public)
  • Lick Wilmerding High School (independent)
  • Marin Academy (independent)
  • Maybeck High School (independent)
  • Oakland Military Academy (charter)
  • Oakland Tech (public)
  • St. Joseph Notre Dame High School (parochial) *
  • St. Mary’s High School (parochial)
  • Sugar Bowl Academy (boarding)

Our Faculty and Staff

Everyone on our amazing EBI faculty and staff deeply values bilingualism, diversity, educational excellence, international mindedness and character. We are committed as a powerful team to doing our best each day to achieve our mission and provide an extraordinary education for our students.

Our Board of Trustees

The role of the EBI Board of Trustees is to support the school’s mission by ensuring the long-term health and sustainability of the school. The Board’s role is one of policy and not day-to-day administration. They are primarily responsible for setting EBI’s strategic plan, hiring and evaluating the head of school, and acting as the school’s fiduciary and financial stewards. Our trustees are volunteers who advocate on behalf of the school within their respective networks and communities.

Our Family and Friend Associations

The organization at EBI most responsible for fostering community through organized activities is the EBI Parent Association (EBIPA). They are the center of family involvement at EBI and the key to the success of our school. This group plans fundraisers, volunteer their time at school events and share in many fun activities. The members of the faculty and administration meet regularly with the leadership of this organization. This coordination, and EBIPA’s ongoing support, are essential for maintaining the vitality of EBI.

For more information on our campus tours or admissions process, please contact us at admissions@ebinternacional.org