We are Open For Learning

King’s College has been delivering a quality British education for more than 50 years.

Part of this quality is ensuring that our students are prepared for the unforeseeable, for the challenges of tomorrow and for life. These out of the box skills have ensured that our school has remained Open For Learning.

As a school, we have comfortably transitioned from on-site classes to virtual learning and are pleased to now welcome back our students from Reception to Year 2 to continue to offer an on-site education at school. Additionally, families of Nursery students for whom there is no other childcare option are also allowed to attend school. This decision was taken after careful consultation with the Latvian Ministry of Education. For families of students Year 3 and above, we continue to offer our dynamic & comprehensive Virtual Classrooms.

Book your personalised Admissions appointment now to meet our team and see our school; either on-site or online. We would love to learn more about your child and how we could meet their individual needs, to ensure that they thrive.

The virtual learning in Latvia is just awesome, children are studying and communicating -
kept busy with the studies for half a day! And are safe! Thank you!”
Svetlana Š.
Year 3 Parent

Since 1969, more than 50 years of Academic Excellence

The first and only British school in the Baltic States

Native British teachers with UK Qualified Teacher Status

A caring & supportive place to study

A community of over 20 nationalities

Secondary school campus extension opening in September 2020

Our students in action​

“Your work is appreciated by 10 out of 10 during these difficult times.
So much positivism! The main value is people!
We are so happy that our son is studying in King’s College Latvia”
King's College Latvia
“King’s College Latvia teachers did amazing work in such a short period of
time adapting the whole curriculum to online learning. And it was done with good mood and humor
in nervous times. Also we have acquired a lot of new skills, and that is very positive for our child”
King's College Latvia