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Thank you for taking an interest and for wanting to educate champions of a just and sustainable world.

Choosing a school for your child is one of the most important decisions you will make. We realise that and that’s why we want to ensure that your child receives the best care and education possible and that the transition from their former school to us is an enjoyable experience.

You can start all year round. We take in students all year.

Our teachers are interesting, unique, and diverse.

The strong bond between parents creates a safe and fun environment for students.

Annual school fees 2019-2020: Click here

Annual school fees 2020-2021

Grades Fees 2020/21
Pre-Kindergarten 1-2 158,000 DKK
Kindergarten & Grade 1 126,000 DKK
Grades 2 – 5 126,000 DKK
Grades 6 – 7 134,000 DKK
Grade 8 142,000 DKK
Grade 9 147,000 DKK
Grade 10 161,000 DKK
Grades 11 – 12 177,000

Please note! You must pay a minimum of 25% of the annual school fee by May 6th 2020 for the upcoming school year (2020-2021). 

Additional fees

Application fee: 2,500 DKK. Non-refundable.

Registration fee: 25,000 DKK. Non-refundable once you have accepted an offer of a place.

Administration fee: 2,000 DKK. Refundable if you pay full annual tuition in one instalment. 

You can avoid an extra fee of 45,000 DKK by informing us about your child’s CPR number and address by September 5th 2020. Without a Danish CPR/CDR number the school will not receive state subsidy for your child. This also applies to students living in Sweden, except grades 11-12. 

 

Early Years

We believe in student progress and it is our mission to help all our students acquire a high level of knowledge during their time with us.

Our IB Primary Years Programme (PYP) for children aged 3 – 12 nurtures and develops young students as caring, active participants in a lifelong journey of learning.

Through its inquiry-led, cross-curricular framework, the PYP challenges students to think for themselves and take responsibility for their learning as they explore local and global issues and opportunities in real-life contexts.

For more information click https://www.ibo.org/programmes/primary-years-programme/

 

Primary School

Engaged. Inquisitive. Compassionate. These are all adjectives that quickly come to mind when describing the Primary School students and staff at our school.

Our primary students learn the value of contributing from an early age. We teach them what they can do to help change this world for the better through our curriculum.

For more information click https://www.ibo.org/programmes/primary-years-programme/

Preparing students to be successful in school and to be lifelong learners.

Our International Baccalaureate (IB) Middle Years Programme (MYP) is for students aged 11-16. The MYP is a challenging framework that encourages students to make practical connections between their studies and the real world.

 

For more information click https://www.ibo.org/programmes/middle-years-programme/

 Preparing students for success in higher education and to be active participants in a global society.

The International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme (DP) is for students aged 16-19. Research suggests that there are many benefits to choosing the Diploma Programme (DP). The programme aims to develop students who have excellent breadth and depth of knowledge – students who flourish physically, intellectually, emotionally and ethically.

 

For more information click https://www.ibo.org/programmes/diploma-programme/

Q&A

General admission

When can my child start school?

School year begins in August 2020 but we have ongoing enrolment throughout the year.

What grade will my child enroll in?

Please note that student applications will be reviewed for placement in the grade level corresponding to the level they are currently in or following the grade they have just completed.

What are the school hours?

School Hours

Grade Level Monday – Friday
Primary School
(Pre-Kindergarten* – Grade 5)
08:15 – 15:00
Middle & High School
(Grades 6-12)
08:30 – 15:30

*Please note that the Pre-kindergarten classes have a flexible drop off time until 8:45.

When are the school holidays?

School Holidays and Breaks 2020-21

• 12/8 First Day of School

• 12/10 – 17/10 Autumn Break

• 14/12/2020 – 05/01/2021 Holiday Break

• 05/01 First Day Back

• 15/02-20/02 Winter Break

• 29/03 – 05/04 Spring Break

• 30/04 National Holiday

• 13-14/05 National Holiday

• 24/05 National Holiday

• 05/06 National Holiday

• 17/06 Summer Break

How to apply?

To begin the application process please click here

Can we get a subsidy? (Pre-Kindergarten)

Pre-Kindergarten students living in Denmark may be eligible for a subsidy from their local municipality (kommune)

Please note!

What are the costs?

Annual school fees 2019-2020: Click here

Annual school fees 2020-2021

Grades Fees 2020/21
Pre-Kindergarten 1-2 158,000 DKK
Kindergarten & Grade 1 126,000 DKK

Please note! You must pay a minimum of 25% of the annual school fee by May 6th 2020 for the upcoming school year (2020-2021). 

Additional fees

Application fee: 2,500 DKK. Non-refundable.

Registration fee: 25,000 DKK. Non-refundable once you have accepted an offer of a place.

Administration fee: 2,000 DKK. Refundable if you pay full annual tuition in one instalment. 

You can avoid an extra fee of 45,000 DKK by informing us about your child’s CPR number and address by September 5th 2020. Without a Danish CPR/CDR number the school will not receive state subsidy for your child. This also applies to students living in Sweden, except grades 11-12. 

 

What grade will my child enrol in?

Please note that student applications will be reviewed for placement in the grade level corresponding to the level they are currently in or following the grade they have just completed.

If your child is 3 years old as of October 1st 2020, they can join Pre-Kindergarten 1 in 2020/21

If your child is 4 as of October 1st 2020, they will join in Pre-Kindergarten 2.

If your child is 5 years old as of October 1st 2020, they will join in Kindergarten.

What does the bus service cost?

The cost depends on the distance and travel time from the school. The price for a distance of less than 10 km will cost DKK 39,600 per year and a distance of 10 – 20 km will cost DKK 42,900 per year. The bus service is booked for the school year and with 3 months’ notice. 

Can we get a subsidy? (Pre-Kindergarten)

Pre-Kindergarten students living in Denmark may be eligible for a subsidy from their local municipality (kommune)

Please note!

What are the school hours?

School Hours

Grade Level Monday – Friday
Early Years/Primary School
(Pre-Kindergarten* – Grade 5)
08:15 – 15:00
We celebrate diversity because it lets children learn about different cultures from an early age.
Our students learn sustainability by spending time in our greenhouse learning space.
Sibling guarantee for early years students – have all your children with us.
Our small class sizes allows your child’s needs to be recognised and heard properly.
Our curriculum is responsive to diverse subjects.
Our campus consists of warm comfortable spaces that motivates students to learn.

What are the costs?

Annual school fees 2019-2020: Click here

Annual school fees 2020-2021

Grades Fees 2020/21
Grades 2-5 126,000 DKK

 

Please note! You must pay a minimum of 25% of the annual school fee by May 6th 2020 for the upcoming school year (2020-2021). 

Additional fees

Application fee: 2,500 DKK. Non-refundable.

Registration fee: 25,000 DKK. Non-refundable once you have accepted an offer of a place.

Administration fee: 2,000 DKK. Refundable if you pay full annual tuition in one instalment. 

You can avoid an extra fee of 45,000 DKK by informing us about your child’s CPR number and address by September 5th 2020. Without a Danish CPR/CDR number the school will not receive state subsidy for your child. This also applies to students living in Sweden, except grades 11-12. 

 

 

What is the cost of the bus service?

The cost depends on the distance and travel time from the school. The price for a distance of less than 10 km will cost DKK 39,600 per year and a distance of 10 – 20 km will cost DKK 42,900 per year. The bus service is booked for the school year and with 3 months’ notice. 

What are the school hours?

School Hours

Grade Level Monday – Friday
Early Years/Primary School
(Pre-Kindergarten* – Grade 5)
08:15 – 15:00
Excellent academic curriculum that allows your child to become a great learner.
Students receive hands on experience with various academic subjects.
We take field trips to contemporary places to keep students up to date on current topics and issues

What are the costs?

Annual school fees 2020-2021

Grades Fees 2020/21
Grades 6-7 134,000 DKK
Grade 8 142,000 DKK Including trip.

 

Please note! You must pay a minimum of 25% of the annual school fee by May 6th 2020 for the upcoming school year (2020-2021). 

Additional fees

Application fee: 2,500 DKK. Non-refundable.

Registration fee: 25,000 DKK. Non-refundable once you have accepted an offer of a place.

Administration fee: 2,000 DKK. Refundable if you pay full annual tuition in one instalment. 

You can avoid an extra fee of 45,000 DKK by informing us about your child’s CPR number and address by September 5th 2020. Without a Danish CPR/CDR number the school will not receive state subsidy for your child. This also applies to students living in Sweden, except grades 11-12. 

 

 

Teachers and counsellors advise students with their college applications.
Our student clubs allow students to engage in current issue debates.
Our students have a reputation for getting high exam results.

What are the costs?

Annual school fees 2020-2021

Grades Fees 2020/21
Grade 9 147,000 DKK
Grade 10 161,000 DKK
Grade 11-12 177,000 DKK

 

Please note! You must pay a minimum of 25% of the annual school fee by May 6th 2020 for the upcoming school year (2020-2021). 

Additional fees

Application fee: 2,500 DKK. Non-refundable.

Registration fee: 25,000 DKK. Non-refundable once you have accepted an offer of a place.

Administration fee: 2,000 DKK. Refundable if you pay full annual tuition in one instalment. 

You can avoid an extra fee of 45,000 DKK by informing us about your child’s CPR number and address by September 5th 2020. Without a Danish CPR/CDR number the school will not receive state subsidy for your child. This also applies to students living in Sweden, except grades 11-12.