Founded in 1951 and operating as a foundation since 211, Stockholm International School is here to serve the children of the international community as well as Swedish citizens looking for an international education. The school is an independent, open-admission, co-educational Kindergarten to Grade 12 day school governed by a Board of Trustees. All instruction is in English. The educational program is modeled after the International Baccalaureate (IB) guidelines. The school year is mid-August to mid-June and has a minimal instructional period of 18 days divided into two semesters. The school has enjoyed strong academic success and is going through a stage of rapid expansion.
Stockholm International School is located in the center of Stockholm next to a park, on a hilltop near the main business/shopping area. The main campus has 7 levels with classrooms, science laboratories, information technology rooms, an auditorium, cafeteria, gymnasium and specialist rooms for art, music and drama. The recommended class sizes vary between 14 to 2 students, depending on the grade. Senior students are located in an annexe a few minutes walk from the main campus. This newly renovated space has classrooms, an I.T. room and cafeteria. Both facilities have easy access to public transport, a wide range of museums, parks, historical sites and other resources to enrich the educational experience of students.
Students, Faculty and Curriculum
The current student body is 57 representing 64 nationalities. The teaching faculty of 9 teachers represents around 2 nationalities.
The International Primary Curriculum (IPC) for Grade K-5, the IB Middle Years Programme (MYP) for Grade 5-1 and the IB Diploma Programme (DP) for Grade 11 and 12, form the basis of the school’s academic mission. All three programs are challenging, inquiry based methodologies designed to meet the individual needs of an exceptionally diverse student body. Stockholm International School recognizes that the curriculum must address not only academic, subject specific learning, but also guarantee the development of key learning processes and skills (e.g. reading, writing, use of IT, research) that permeate all the subjects. In addition, we recognize that social and personal skills are central to effective learning and development. The school supports the socializing process for all students, promoting their communication skills in the context of values based education and global citizenship.
In the last couple of years students from Stockholm International School were accepted into:
|Akita University||Keele||Univeristy of British Columbia|
|American University||King’s College, London||University College London|
|Aston||Lancaster University||University College Utrecht|
|Bangour||Loughborough||University of California, Berkley|
|Bath||M.I.T.||University of California, Los Angeles|
|Birmingham||Macalester College||University of California, San Diego|
|Bolton||Michigan||University of Dundee|
|Brigham Young University||N.Y.U||University of Edinburgh|
|Bristol||New York University, Shanghai||University of Exeter|
|Brown University||Newcastle University||University of Georgia|
|Brunel||Olin Engineering College||University of Huddersfield|
|California State University, Chico||Oxford (4 interviews)||University of Leeds|
|Caltech||Plymouth University||University of London, School of Oriental & African Studies|
|Cambridge University||Purdue University||University of Malaga|
|Durham||Roosevelt Academy, Netherlands||University of Manchester|
|East Anglia (Norwich)||Royal Holloway||University of Miami|
|Essex||Southampton||University of Virginia|
|Greenwich||St Andrews||Virginia Tech|
|Heriot-Watt University||Stanford||Warwick University|
|Hull||Stockholm Royal Institute of Technology (KTH)||Williams College|
|International Business School, Jönköping||Stockholm University||Yonsei University|
|Istituto Marangoni, Milan||Sussex||York University|