Nordic International School establishes an elementary school in Trollhättan
This fall, Trollhättan might be getting a new elementary school. The Swedish School Inspectorate has granted Nordic International School permission to start an elementary school in Trollhättan. The school will be located on Lasarettsvägen and will be offering grades 4 to 9.
“We are very happy about the opportunity to establish a school in Trollhättan and hope that we, with our strong knowledge-focused education, will be offering something that has been missing in Trollhättan”, says Katharina Sjögren-Edström, CEO of Nordic International School.
Nordic International School runs Swedish schools with an international profile. The schools distinguish themselves by setting high standards for order and discipline, offering a bilingual education in Swedish and English and having strong focus on the students’ knowledge development. The schools also use a dress-code for both students and staff and recruits’ teachers from different parts of the world.
Nordic International School started its first school in Norrköping in 2017 and established themselves in Karlstad in 2018. Now Trollhättan is next.
“Trollhättan has a strong demographic development and is missing a school with an international profile. We, thereby, believe there is a demand for a school with our profile”, says Katharina Sjögren-Edström.
February 28 at 18:00, the school will host an information meeting at Hebeteatern in Trollhättan Folkets Hus, to which all interested parties are invited to attend. Sign up for the event by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org. The school has already opened queue registration on their webpage.